About Us

About MaineFurniture.com- Furniture Made in Maine


www.MaineFurniture.org is a non-profit organiztion dedicated to the promotion of the quality craftsmanship Maine has to offer, and the preservation of Maine's rich woodworking history.  Our goal is to provide free advertising and/or promotion to Maine woodworkers, and in conjunction with www.HiddenEquity.com, we will offer low-cost, professional, search engine optimized websites and SEO plans.  We will be launching a campaign in 2010 to get woodworking classes back in Maine schools.  Please contact us to see how you can help.

Our Office/Showroom

Our store/gallery is located at 283 Water Street in downtown Gardiner, Maine, on the second floor. Please call Mark at 207-841-7361 for an appointment.

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Our Sponsors and Supporters

Here is a list of people and companies who have generously donated their time and/or money in support of our mission.  We thank you very much!

1.   Stan Moody; Manchester, Maine
2.   The Wolfington Group; Augusta, Maine
3.   www.HiddenEquity.com
4.   www.VisitMaine.com
5.   www.MaineMade.com
6.   www.MaineArts.com
7.   Maine Crafts association
8.   Maine Woods Coalition
9.   United Maine Craftsmen
10. The Furniture Society
11. Dewolfe and Wood Rare Books
12. Riley Insurance Agency; Brunswick, Maine

Links we believe are important:

LIE-NIELSEN TOOLWORKS began in 1981 as an effort to make top-quality hand tools available again from a U.S. maker and to revive discontinued, but useful, designs so the average woodworker could obtain them.

Today we make over 50 types of planes, saws, spokeshaves, chisels,floats and more. We have improved and refined designs, and use better materials like Ductile Iron and Manganese Bronze for castings and cryogenically treated A-2 Tool Steel for the blades. Our plane blades are much thicker than those of any other production planes. The quality of machining and finishing results in a tool that looks as great as it works, and will be a pleasure to use for years to come

Maine Crafts Association
The Maine Crafts Association acts to strengthen individual craft artists, Maine communities, local economies, and the visitor experience by making Maine a national crafts destination.
The Maine Crafts Association promotes education, understanding, and appreciation of the work of Maine craft artists and their importance in Maine’s rich and varied economies and distinctive communities. MCA increases communication between artisans and sponsors programs that will assist them.

Woodworking.com:The web's most complete resource center for woodworkers.

Maine Wood Carvers Association (MWCA): The MWCA is an educational, non-profit charitable organization whose purpose is promoting and encouraging wood carving of all types.  They currently have one hundred fifty members.

:America's Best!

Steve Thomas' Homepage: Emmy Award winning Steve Thomas has signed on with Planet Green to host Renovation Nation, which premiered June 4, 2008. He also consults on residential building and renovation for clients all over the United States. He celebrated his final year as host of television's most popular home improvement series, This Old House, during the 2002/2003 television series. Over the course of his 14 years as host, Steve became known as the "ultimate home enthusiast" and helped catapult This Old House to the top of PBS's list of most-watched ongoing series of all time. He also contributed to the successful debut of Ask This Old House, the all-new series in which viewer questions are addressed on-air, as host during its first year.


Interior Design - Home and Interior Decorating The only publishing company in the United States solely focused on the interior design and home furnishings trade. Interior decor magazines, directories, books & free publications.

The Old Fashioned Milk Paint Company:
In 1974, after much experimentation, we recreated an old Milk Paint formula to provide an authentic finish for our primary business of building reproduction furniture. Since then we have sold our paint to professionals who are either restoring original Colonial or Shaker furniture, making reproductions, or striving for an interior design look that is both authentic and beautiful. Milk Paint is now gaining an even wider usage because it contains only ingredients that are all-natural and will not harm the environment. Our authentic real milk paint is truely a "green paint" that comes in 20 colors.