Red Ridge Fine Furniture’s distinctive offerings are a crossover breed between rustic and luxurious, which simultaneously makes a house a home, and makes that home’s interior a showpiece. Because of the furniture’s versatility and authenticity, these pieces are certain to become the treasured antiques of tomorrow. What's more, in this time of global deforestation and depletion of natural resources, Red Ridge has continued to seek out vendors who harvest either dead standing trees, use recycled barn wood, or replenish cut plantation wood. Their environmental awareness has translated into customer awareness.
March 10, 2005 -- There are few furniture companies who can deliver
what Michael Brill of Red Ridge Fine Furniture can: Rustic, Recycled
and Resort quality. These three R’s allow the consumer to enjoy the
comfort and familiarity of handmade log home type décor, in an
upscale, Park City-like style. An added bonus is that a majority of
his furniture uses only recycled barn wood or dead standing trees from
the forest floor.
Brill’s dedication to this one of-a-kind furniture is apparent – his focus is on providing every consumer with a quality product. His distinctive offerings are a crossover breed between rustic and luxurious, which simultaneously makes a house a home, and makes that home’s interior a showpiece. From dining room tables to massive log beds – every item is handmade with an individual customer’s needs in mind. With an impeccable eye for the details, Brill incorporates leather accents and wooden carvings to add personality and rich texture.
Whether you reside in an apartment in Manhattan or a sprawling resort in the Rockies, this furniture will welcome you home each day. Red Ridge Fine Furniture’s durability and timelessness boasts a versatility and authenticity that makes these pieces certain to become the treasured antiques of tomorrow.
What's more, in this time of global deforestation and depletion of natural resources, Brill has continued to seek out vendors who harvest either dead standing trees, use recycled barn wood, or replenish cut plantation wood. His environmental awareness has translated into customer awareness, which has, in turn, helped to generate a rapidly expanding presence within the rustic furniture market.
Brill formed Red Ridge Fine Furniture in 2002, and has approximately 30 different product lines, including award winning teak and log furniture, traditional American and European lines, forged steel and hand dyed leather furniture and accessories, as well as slate and copper fountains.
To learn more about Red Ridge Fine Furniture, please contact:
Mike Brill, Owner
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