Old Hickory Furniture Company has been widely known for furnishing the lodges and great rooms in many of America’s State and National Parks, so it’s not surprising that this legendary rustic brand has found new fame on the Paramount Network series Yellowstone.
If you’ve been streaming Yellowstone and watching the drama unfold around the Dutton Ranch, you’ve likely noticed some Old Hickory pieces that truly set an authentic scene.
At Van Gorders’ Furniture, we’ve been carrying Old Hickory furnishings for decades. In fact, our family business is one of a select group of Old Hickory Premium Dealers authorized to bring this slice of American history to you.
Did you know that at Van Gorders’ Furniture we offer a wide selection of quality American-made brands? That’s right. Made in the USA.
Come on in and check it out!
Visit any of our three big showrooms in Milford, Honesdale, or at scenic Lake Wallenpaupack, in PA. You’ll find beautiful classic and rustic furnishings for every room of your home. Living room, dining room, bedroom, bar, and patio. And, that’s not all!
This American-made furniture is of superior value. It looks better because it is better. It’s made in the USA and it does not cost more.
Stop by one of Van Gorders’ three welcoming showrooms this Labor Day weekend to compare, and enjoy storewide savings. You’ll soon see that our 80-year-old family-owned business is not at all like the cookie cutter big box stores.
Our friendly and knowledgeable staff are ready to answer your questions. But there’s never any pressure, just a relaxing shopping adventure.
Each of our showrooms feature Sealy Posturepedic and Stearns & Foster mattress galleries. You can test out the mattress that’s right for you. And, save hundreds of dollars on America’s premier luxury mattress.
Plus, you’ll find a La-Z-Boy Comfort Studio at our historic flagship store in downtown Honesdale. We feature the best recliner prices in the northeast.
Get your La-Z-Boy recliner or sectional in time for football season!
For more information, visit us online or call one of the showrooms at 570-296-9610, 570-253-1860 or 570-226-9726.
Celebrating 80 Years
Be sure to enter the Van Gorders’ Furniture Facebook contest. It runs monthly through 2016 in honor of our 80th year in business!
More than 100 miles of hiking trails including 27 miles of the Appalachian Trail
More than 100 miles of scenic back roads
Mountains, valleys and floodplains
Waterfalls, flowers and forests
The impressive Delaware Water Gap
And that’s only a few! Visitors enjoy fishing, canoeing, tubing and kayaking; hiking, biking and swimming; bird watching; picnicking; and camping.
The Pinchot Family Legacy
Overlooking the charming village of Milford, PA is Grey Towers National Historic Site, the ancestral home of Gifford Pinchot, first chief of the US Forest Service and twice Governor of Pennsylvania. Pinchot is often called the father of America’s conservation movement.
Take a guided tour of his family’s historic chateauesque mansion designed by Richard Morris Hunt. And, bask in the beautifully landscaped gardens and outbuildings, many of which were designed by Chester Holmes Aldrich.
No visit to Grey Towers is complete without a stop at the estate’s most unique feature, the Finger Bowl, designed by William Lawrence Bottomley. The Finger Bowl is an exquisite outdoor dining table in the form of a raised pool surrounded by a flat ledge large enough to accommodate a place setting. Chairs were pulled up to the pool and food was passed in wooden bowls floated on the water. The Finger Bowl is situated in a wisteria covered domed arbor resting on an open structure of twelve stone piers.
Once you’ve worked up an appetite, Milford offers a fine selection of restaurants and cafes to satisfy your hunger.
The Waterwheel is a favorite neighborhood haunt for locals, tourists and visitors. They serve breakfast, lunch and dinner. And, they feature a fun live blues jam every Thursday evening!
In the heart of Milford is the historic Hotel Fauchère, originally owned and operated by master chef Louis Fauchère, who once worked at Delmonico´s, the first and most famous restaurant in America in the mid 19th century.
Since 1899 Old Hickory Furniture Company has been handcrafting heirloom-quality furniture and accents in the heartland of America. Old Hickory is known for its quality, durability, sustainability and rustic comfort.
Back when it began, Old Hickory furnished nearly all of America’s national parks, including the Old Faithful Inn at Yellowstone National Park. The dining chairs in the main hall are the very same chairs shipped and installed in 1906!
Today’s Old Hickory combines designs from the company’s history with more contemporary styles for your home. Yet the process of handcrafting each piece remains very much the same. Attention to detail, careful matching of parts, assembly with mortise and tenon, and the meticulous hand weaving process, make Old Hickory Furniture’s products unique, comfortable and durable.
After 100 years, old-fashioned care continues at Old Hickory Furniture Company, the home of America’s genuine, original furniture.
And, Van Gorders’ Furniture is proud to bring you this unique American-made classic. So stop by during March for some power browsing in each of our showrooms, and enjoy 30% off Old Hickory furniture!