Misty Mountain Furniture
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Misty Mountain Furniture has rustic, log furniture, as well as western décor for your home or cabin, and gives them at factory-direct prices. Rustic and cabin furnishings include log beds, rustic tables, armoires, dressers, and more. Misty Mountain has been crafting log and rustic furniture, railings, cabinets, doors, mantles, and a wide variety of custom furnishings, as well as other rustic projects since 1991. Our manufacturing facility and showroom is situated in the beautiful Sandpoint, Idaho, and reside in a historic, turn-of-the-century railroad warehouse structure that Chris, John, and crew totally refurbished in 1999. The building has great rustic appeal, with a genuine-covered boardwalk, barnwood siding, tin roof, log timbers, and circular sawn beams. The wood shop is located behind our gallery, and there are huge windows where you'll be able to watch the craftsmen working on their various projects. We are proud to be 100% American-made, and we construct everything on site, utilizing primarily local resources. Misty Mountain is very easy to find; it is located on the main intersection's northwest corner in Sandpoint, 5th, and Cedar. Please visit; wed love to show you our showroom and shop. John Edwards and Chris Park created the company in 1991 both having attended University of Idaho previously, and later working closely as musicians and carpenters. The company began small, as most do, with John and Chris doing every aspect of furniture marketing, production and sales for the first few years and has steadily grown. This close-knit team of sales staff, craftspeople, apprentices and administrators all work toward the common aims of continuous improvement in the way we construct our products, communicate with each other and our customers, work together as a team, as well as derive as much satisfaction, pride and pleasure from our work as is humanly possible.
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