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By: Misty Mountain Furniture  09-12-2011

welcome one and all to the misty mountain furniture 3 ring furniture building circus of rustic appeal!

Misty Mountain Furniture: Chris Park and John Edwards started the company in 1991 both having previously attended University of Idaho and later working together as carpenters and musicians.

The company started out small, as most do, with Chris and John doing all aspects of furniture production, marketing and sales for the first few years while creating scalability employing at times as many as 12 people or extended family as they see it. This close knit group of craftspeople, sales staff, administrators and apprentices all work toward the common goals of continual improvement in the way we build our products, work together as a team, communicate with each other and our customers and derive as much pleasure, pride and satisfaction from our work as is humanly possible.

Located in the beautiful Sandpoint, Idaho, our manufacturing facility and showroom reside in a historic, turn-of-the-century railroad warehouse building that Chris, John and crew completely refurbished in 1999.

The building has great rustic appeal with a genuine covered boardwalk, tin roof, barnwood siding, log timbers, and circular sawn beams. The woodshop is located behind our gallery and there are big windows where you can see the craftsmen working on their various projects.We are proud to be 100% American made, and we build everything on site using primarily local resources. Very easy to find, Misty Mountain is located on the northwest corner of the main intersection in Sandpoint, 5th and Cedar.

Please visit, we’d love to show you our showroom and on site shop facility.

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