Fine Furniture, Decorating and Home Design at the Mountain Home in Evergreen, Colorado | Mountain Home


Mountain Home, Evergreen, Colorado’s premier furniture and design store, remains as the operating element of the second oldest business in Evergreen.   It began as a Moving and Storage Company in 1924 and progressed through numerous transformations, emerging as one of the top Hardware stores in the area.

Mountain Home originally was just a small department in The Hardware, selling mostly home accessories and gifts.  After The Hardware closed in late 2005, the new, expanded Mountain Home opened in its space in May 2006.

Mountain Home occupies the former barn in the historic Hiwan Homestead in downtown Evergreen.  The building possesses great character, offering a colorful setting in which to display a wide variety of distinctive fine furniture, accessories and art.  The vast spaces allow the store’s designers to showcase their talent with inviting vignettes of living rooms, dining areas and bedrooms, using the warm, lush textures, materials and colors that evoke the best of mountain living.

Two professional designers are available at Mountain Home – the owner, Kay D’Evelyn Montagne, and Peggie Nikander.  Both women combine intuitive artistic and design skills with a passionate dedication to customer service, along with a love for their community and clients.
Mountain Home is the core business of the Evergreen Design Center, a collection of five businesses committed to enhancing the ambience and value of their customers’ homes.  The Design Center also includes Pangaea Handmade Rugs, Mountain Kitchen & Bath Design, Rocky Mountain Log Furniture and Sundance Gardens.

Mountain Home is located at 27965 Meadow Drive, just off Main Street in downtown Evergreen, Colorado, 80439.  It is open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mondays through Saturdays and noon to 4 p.m. Sundays.  For more information, call 303-674-3345 or

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"As far as service, Kay would ache if someone thought she had anything but their best interest at heart. She is delighted to have you come into the store. We stop by just to say hello. We don't do that at Sears."
-- Eric and Nancy Protzman, Evergreen