Rockwood Amish Furniture is a family owned and operated business in the Texas Panhandle. We are blessed to have two retail locations. One is located at 11570 Interstate 27 in Amarillo, Texas, in our newly constructed showroom and warehouse. Our second location is 121 miles south in Lubbock, Texas at 5004 Frankford.
Upon entering one of our retail locations, you will be taken away by the beauty and solid wood construction of the furniture we have on our showroom floors. Rockwood Amish Furniture is pleased to bring you many different styles of handcrafted furniture by different Amish craftsmen from Indiana and Ohio. We work with over 50 different families and have catalogs from each displaying the different styles of furniture and options that are available. At Rockwood Amish Furniture, you will delight in the fact that you can customize your pieces by picking your own wood species, stain colors, fabric or leather coverings, and hardware. We also have the ability to make your custom piece an exact size for that specific nook in your home. Each piece that leaves Rockwood Amish Furniture is truly unique and created just for you. Since you are ordering a custom finished product, it does take a little longer to receive your piece. We generally like to allow approximately 10 weeks for delivery. Please visit our showroom and experience for yourself the difference of solid hardwood furniture.
If you have any questions or would like more information regarding Rockwood Amish Furniture, please contact us.
Southpark Pharmacy opened its’ doors over 25 years ago and has been around serving the needs of the Amarillo community. We’ve seen big chains come and go and we are proud to say we are still offering the same great service and are continually changing to better serve you.
6th Street Antique Mall is a mainstay on Route 66 in Amarillo. When Chip Hunt purchased the store in late
2004, she knew 6th Street Antique Mall would bring her love of antiques to the public.
At the age of 17, Chip Hunt began buying and selling antiques. She spends time understanding the difference
between antique, vintage and classic pieces. So, what is the difference? Antique items are 100-plus years,
vintage is 50-plus years and classic is 25-plus years in age. "I try to keep brand new out of this store with a
few exceptions," says Hunt.
There are several vendors who hold shop in 6th Street Antique Mall. With customers from all around the world
6th Street Antique Mall has something for everyone.
We also expanded next door as Amarillo's Route 66 Store featuring Route 66 memorabilia and antiques.