Saturday, July 28, 2012

Part One, Owl's Head Mountain Rustic Furniture

The dogs and I were traveling home from the farm on a cool and rainy Tuesday. I knew it was a rare opportunity for me to safely leave the dogs in the car while I went inside the Owl's Head Mountain Rustic Furniture store on Route 73:

They have a lot of things besides furniture, of course, and there's another, smaller store just a few feet away which is part of the same business. But I'll cover that some other day. For this day, I headed on into the furniture store:

They had lots of Adirondack prints for your walls:

And a mirror framed by moose and deer antlers:

A bench and wall sconces made from - um, Red Cedar, perhaps?:

A table made from a stump and a slice of an old tree. And it was covered with raccoon and chipmunk figurines:

Pack baskets, birch bark frames, Adirondack furniture:

More prints, more frames, more designer touches for your Adirondack camp:

A basket made of deer antlers and filled with small birch bark canoes. Overhead, lots of antler chandeliers glowed cheerily:

Exquisitely decorated birch bark furniture and easy chairs, and lamps with Adirondack themed stained glass by which to read Adirondack stories:

And as I said earlier, lots of antler chandeliers:

And twig art chandeliers, under which you could position that wonderful dining room table. But I was just getting started in this wonderland of Adirondack-ness. I'll post more tomorrow. In the meantime, you can find their website here:


  1. This store must be visited by everyone who loves log cabin furniture. They sell various decors and it is amazing that they managed to create such a cozy ambiance inside the store. This is one of the best I have seen in my life.

  2. I love your blog. This is a cool site and I wanted to post a little note to tell you, good job! Best wishes!!!