If you’re tired of seeing the same furnishings, gifts and accessories in every store and your neighbor’s homes, maybe it’s time you visited us. Because at Boxwoods we take pride in finding interesting, quality pieces to bring beauty and functionality to your home.
Diverse and heartfelt, Design Associates work represents many years of collaboration with our family of clients, whom we cherish. We hope you will appreciate their individuality as you view the work we have produced for them in these homes. Our interior designers work has been featured throughout Montana, including The Yellowstone Club, Moonlight Resort, Big Sky, Wyoming, Washington, South Dakota, and many other states in the U.S.
Epoch West Furniture designs and manufactures fine furniture for the interior design trade. Located in Bozeman, Montana, our furniture line is inspired by regional design featuring locally-sourced materials such as hand-forged iron, patina metals, and hand-carved wood accents.
Kibler & Kirch is both an extraordinary shopping experience and a talented interior design firm.
Laura Fedro has 25 years of professional residential and commercial interior design experience. She comes naturally by her design skills: Her great, great grandfather was a well known landscape designer in Sweden, and she cherishes his design journals, filled with beautifully rendered watercolors and detailed landscape plans. Both her mother and aunt were early influences with their love of interior design and fashion, and many days were spent hunting through antique shops in rural Iowa.
Laura graduated with a degree in interior design and immediately began designing interiors for the nationally renowned firm Skidmore, Owings and Merrill in San Francisco. She was a designer for Ralph Lauren in NYC and for Herb Newman and Associates in New Haven, CT. She founded her own design firm in Bozeman in 1995, became nationally licensed by the National Council of Interior Design Qualifications (NCIDQ) in 1998 and has been a member of the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) since 1985. She lives in a historical house in downtown Bozeman with her son Augustus Gideon Chisholm (named after her Swedish ancestors).