Carpet Stores in Montana

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The Flooring Place 1st opened its doors in Bozeman, MT in 2000. We began as a tiny firm with only 3 employees. Now, eight years later, we currently have 2 locations and nearly 30 employees. In November of 2003, our Bozeman store moved into its current location off of North 19 th. We then opened up another location in Helena, MT on January 1, 2005. Through the years we currently have seen much growth


Have you been to Carpet Studio lately? Then, stop by and see us, send us an email or call us. We welcome you to come and browse through our showroom. We have the broadest range of area rugs in the Northwest, with over 400 in our showroom, including machine-made, handmade, braided and flatweaves, and many unique styles.


Since 1948 Finstad's Carpet One - the biggest range at the highest prices! Carpet Carpeting can create your home a warmer, quieter place. Hardwood Wood gives your home a natural feeling. And it's elemental, like bringing the beauty and power of nature inside. Area Rugs Add a touch of color to any room with a stylish area rug.



Botanica is a regional contemporary fine art gallery/sculpture garden, custom floral gallery, and oriental carpet gallery situated on the western bench of the Bridger Mountains, 6 miles N of Bozeman, Montana. At Botanica we're equally dedicated to the place art holds in our daily lives, physically and spiritually whether for your everyday living at office or home, and for special occasions such as


In addition to our one-of-a-kind furniture, we carry gorgeous handmade wool bedspreads and rugs, oriental rugs, sculptures by well-known Montana artists, unique lighting, art and Western design accessories.


Alanya Carpet Gallery is a premier source of new and antique, one-of-a-kind hand-woven rugs, situated in historic Downtown Bozeman, Montana. We provide a select group of distinguished antique rugs in a broad array of styles-from the luxurious weavings of the Q'ashqai Tribe of Southern Iran to the most intricate and finely woven Tabriz, Oushak and Mamluk court carpets, as well as a array of exceptional