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Last year the Marshall University President’s house underwent significant renovations, the first in more than 40 years. Built in 1923, it is listed on the National Register of Historic Places - NPS and since its purchase by the university, seven presidents and their families have called the building home. During the renovations, local contractors and vendors were used, including MacKenzie-Dow Fine Furniture. We are so pleased how the house looks today. Have you had a chance to see it? To find out more>>>>>> http://bit.ly/2ynu8Ml Photos by Tracy A. Toler - Photography

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Mark your calendar!

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Tending to the final details on this beautiful English Country dresser.  We put so much time into building each piece of furniture, we want it to be enjoyed for a lifetime and generations to follow. See more of our English Country Dresser or the whole English Country line here >>>> http://bit.ly/2x39qn4

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Congratulations to all who worked so hard and participated in last month’s fundraiser for the Susan G. Komen Foundation for Breast Cancer.  The raffle and fundraiser at Guyan Golf and Country Club raised over $10,000!  One lucky winner walked away with this MacKenzie-Dow Fine Furniture end table.  Clearly,  this cause spoke dearly to many of our hearts.

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One of our most recent and popular introductions…each Live Edge slab is is selected for grain patterns and overall characteristics.  This makes piece we craft absolutely one of a kind.  We are gearing up for October #HPMKT.  Looking forward to seeing all of you at High Point Market | The World’s Home for Home Furnishings next month!

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Thank you to Bespoke Fine Interiors out of Aiken, South Carolina for this post and very nice review.  Reviews like this mean a great deal to all of us at Mackenzie Dow!  Our craftsmen work hard on every piece of furniture we make.  If any of our fans have images of room designs with our furniture you would like to share with us, we would to hear from you!

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Our 20% off custom upholstery sale begins Saturday July 1st through the whole month.

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Hands down my favorite piece in our Huntington showroom right now. The Whiskey plank cocktail table!! #jarrettbayhome

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Our floor sample sale is ending next Saturday, there are some great pieces still available! #madeinamerica #floorsamplesale #downtownhuntington

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New pieces that just hit our downtown Huntington showroom!! Four Door Console in Champagne Finish Kitchen island with butcher top Coventry Buffett in Antique White Live Edge drink table

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Some of what we’ve been up to.  Coming to High Point later this month….#madeinamerica #jarrettbayhome #madeinwestvirginia #handcrafted #customfurniture

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Loving our Bistro Stool in the Slate Finish! #madeinamerica #mackenziedowfinefurnirure #finecraftsmanship #slatefinish #bistrocounterstool

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New pieces in our Downtown Huntington showroom! The Campaign Desk/ The Chelsea desk/Coaching Table!

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Stop by our new showroom at 200 N. Hamilton to see our fall Market items. Showing new live edge pieces and exciting new looks!  #hptmkt

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Great for entertaining, our Rectangular Cocktail Table and Small Nesting Stools provide stowaway seating! Stop by our retail shops in downtown Huntington, WV, or in the Art Colony Shops at The Greenbrier to see more of our products that are handmade of Appalachian wild black cherry right here in West Virginia.  Not in the area? Use the “Find a Retailer” button at http://www.mackenziedow.com to find a retailer near you, or give us a call at 304-781-3000.

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Stop by our downtown Huntington design studio to shop our handmade furniture, upholstery, rugs, throw pillows, paintings, ceramics and other unique home decor! We’re located on 3rd Avenue in the Marshall University Visual Arts Center just across from Pullman Square.