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About Us

For hundreds of years, a red door on churches and homes has signified hospitality and protection to those passing by.  Inspired by this spirit of welcome, my grandmother painted her front door red and, for generations, members of my family have carried on this legacy with homes that proudly display a red front door.  In my parents’ home, I remember the red door was always an invitation to friends, new and old, to come in and relax with a warm cup of tea and some good conversation.


This is the inspiration for our Rustic Red Door collection – furniture and home décor that welcomes you in with its charm, beauty and simplicity.  In our search for these unique, high quality pieces, we visited farms throughout Ohio’s Amish country building relationships with the finest woodworkers who could work with integrity to meet the demand for customization and the timeframes our clients require.  We want you to love your new purchase and, if you can’t find an item that works for your space, please let us know and we will do what we can to customize a piece that’s right for you.

The thread of Faith, Family  and Hospitality is the same thread upon which the strong foundation of Rustic Red Door (RRD) is built. We are locally owned and family operated with the primary goal of serving you. The desire of our RRD staff is for you to experience the genuine satisfaction that comes from owning solid wood, handcrafted, American-made furniture that will be valued, cherished and handed down from generation to generation. Our fervent hope is for each heirloom-quality piece to be used as a significant part of extending hospitality towards others just as the expectations of benevolence were passed on to us.

Dad & Grandma in the 60s