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click to enlarge A ram sculpture presides over the modern accents at the Tin Roof. - TIMOTHY PHILLIPS
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  • A ram sculpture presides over the modern accents at the Tin Roof.

1900 A Francophile's paradise, 1900 is an artful array of slipcover furniture, ornamental corbels, glass cloches and vintage-inspired dishware. Tucked away in Spokane's warehouse district, this hidden gem isn't easy to find, but it's worth seeking out. 114 W. Pacific Ave. Spokane, Wash. • 363-1900 •

Artworks Coeur d'Alene This store features a European theme, selling furniture and home décor with Italian, French and Swedish influences. You'll find upcycled furniture in neutral colors paired with classic and rustic-looking home accessories. Many items in this shop were painted using Annie Sloan Chalk Paint (which is available for purchase), giving them a distressed look. Check their website for class schedules. 2049 Main St., Riverstone Village Coeur d'Alene, Idaho • 208-665-2726 •

Artworks Garland Artworks Garland has a vintage, mid-century modern theme and sells furniture painted with vivid, fun colors. If you find a color you love, take it home! You can purchase the Chalk Paint they use, with a selection of 32 colors. The shop also offers free demos on Saturday mornings and Wednesday nights to teach you how to apply the paint. 600 W. Garland Ave. Spokane, Wash. • 443-3906 •

Artworks Spokane Valley This Spokane Valley location is a design showroom, and although this space is used more for holding classes rather than selling furniture, you can still go in and see an assortment of housewares. If you're redecorating, check out their portfolio of works. They pride themselves on updating and embellishing anything that stands still with specialty paint, plaster or decorative concrete finish, so you're bound to find a look to refresh your home or office. 15310 E. Marietta Ave. Spokane Valley, Wash. • 928-2726 •

Ennis Fine Furniture Ennis is technically a Boise-based company, but its Spokane location has certainly established itself as a wonderful resource for fine home furnishings from top brands and excellent interior design services. 8313 N. Division St. Spokane, Wash. • 467-6707 •

Madison Country What started as a garage-based silk floral business has sprouted into Madison Country, a family-owned, 10,000 square-foot showroom full of silk flowers and rich, yet affordable, U.S.-made furniture that'll help turn your house into a home. 2928 N. Madelia St. Spokane, Wash. • 340-1952 •

Madison Home Fine Furnishings and Interior Accents The exterior of Madison Home's North Division store is nondescript, but if you venture inside you'll discover uber-chic furniture and flawlessly staged vignettes. Expect high-end brands, heirloom-quality furniture, and upscale price tags. 2826 N. Ruby St. Spokane, Wash. • 325-1815 •

Rail Creek Furniture Co. Formerly known as Needful Things, Rail Creek has done away with vintage and consignment goods and is now focusing on new, designer-quality furniture. If you're looking to give your home a new look, this is a solid place to look for dining sets, sectionals and custom upholstery. 1801 E. Sprague Ave. Spokane, Wash. • 795-4536 •

Reskued It's tempting to keep this secret to ourselves, but that would be selfish. So go ahead and shop Reskued for some of the best deals you'll find on home furnishings. Reskued is the Tin Roof's clearance center, and prices are typically discounted by more than 75 percent. Follow them on Facebook to see what's new each week. 1702 E. Riverside Ave. Spokane, Wash. • 209-3954 •

Runge Furniture Company Family-owned Runge Furniture Company has been the go-to furniture store in North Idaho since 1946, and it still provides locals with quality furniture and service to help personalize their homes. With an expansive inventory and plenty of well-known brands, there's something for everyone and every budget. 303 E. Spokane Ave. Coeur d'Alene, Idaho • 208-664-5038 •

The Tin Roof Since it opened more than 10 years ago, Tin Roof has become the place to shop for a new sofa, armchair or dining room table. Just ask Inlander readers, who consistently vote Tin Roof their favorite furniture store in the annual Best Of readers poll. This store has hand-selected pieces you won't find anywhere else, and design consultants to help make anyone's vision and dream home a reality. Plus, this locally owned, family-run business seeks out American-made furniture and supports more local charities than we can list. 1727 E. Sprague Ave. Spokane, Wash. • 535-1111 •

The Tin Roof | Forefront Previously Concept Home, the Tin Roof | Forefront still offers the same quality, mid-century modern and contemporary furniture and décor. The store also offers interior design services from its accredited designers if you're not sure which fab furniture will look best in your space. 401 W. First Ave. Spokane, Wash. • 413-1185 •

Walker's Furniture and Mattress Walker's started selling solid oak furniture back in 1980, and since then has grown to 15 stores throughout the Inland Northwest. They've also expanded well beyond oak, and carry a wide variety of styles, from ornate cherry china hutches to overstuffed recliners to bunk beds, with a wide variety of price points. 14214 E. Sprague Ave. Spokane Valley, Wash. • 928-2485 | 7224 N. Government Way Dalton Gardens, Idaho • 208-762-7200 | 15 E. Boone Ave. Spokane, Wash. • 326-1600 •

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