June 25, 2022

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Family-run furniture store finds home in Steamboat

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The new iFurnish retail store at 1855 Shield Travel in Steamboat Springs is slated to open up in March. After open up, it will be the third keep for iFurnish, which begun in Frisco and later expanded into Kremmling.
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Customers hunting for furniture in Steamboat Springs will have a different option, as iFurnish has ideas to develop, taking above the location that previously housed the Moxi House Consignment and Design.

“We’re super energized to be in Steamboat,” explained Tony Pestello, who owns iFurnish with his spouse, Kelly. “We’re a spouse and children-owned organization, and we enjoy the compact city, and we’d appreciate obtaining concerned with the neighborhood.”

Pestello is at the moment building some beauty improvements to the space, and he has tentatively planned for a March 1 smooth opening for the new store at 1855 Shield Travel.



“We painted and freshened every thing up inside. … They had a variety of a warehouse location that we turned into a showroom, just by portray and building it glimpse very, to acquire more sq. footage,” Pestello claimed. “The doorways will be open, and individuals will be ready to stroll via (in March). We might even now be working on stuff, but that is the purpose right now.”

The 11,000-sq.-foot shop will offer you a broad assortment of furniture, together with living, eating, bed room, household office environment, entertainment, outdoor and mattresses. Inside, customers will uncover everything from tables, chairs, recliners and sofas to desks, bookcases, bedding and much more.



“We are a complete-line furnishings store that offers very affordable, trendy furnishings,” Pestello reported, adding that iFurnish will have couches on the showroom flooring ranging from $899 up to $8,000.

He explained the keep will also supply design and style solutions and a hospitality software for the owners of limited-expression rentals and for home professionals.

Tony and Kelly Pestello with doggy Fergie.
iFurnish/courtesy photo

“We will have interior designers on workers that can go out to people’s homes and assist them with structure,” Pestello ongoing.

Pestello reported he has required to open up a shop in the Steamboat spot for some time now and was content when the possibility presented itself. He added that he hopes it will retain community bucks circulating in the community.

“I know there’s a whole lot of genuinely fantastic longtime outlets and design services there,” Pestello stated. “Hopefully, we can function with each other with the complete local community.”

The store will be open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday-Friday and 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturdays.

Pestello stated he figured out about the household furniture enterprise as a boy or girl expanding up in Elk River, Minnesota, exactly where his spouse and children experienced a shop.

Pestello and his wife opened A lot more Area Place in Summit County 15 many years back. They followed that up by opening the very first iFurnish place in Frisco in 2011.

iFurnish expanded into Kremmling in 2020 when the Pestellos renovated an previous grocery retailer there. The tiny chain of stores also has warehouses in Summit County, Kremmling and Park County.

“We have tons of warehouse place — we have a ton in stock,” Pestello reported.

In addition to the pair, a number of associates of their spouse and children and prolonged spouse and children also perform below the iFurnish brand. It all just goes to exhibit how the enterprise is fueled by spouse and children and the great importance of local community, Pestello explained.

“It’s unquestionably a family members-operate enterprise,” Pestello claimed. “We also have 34 staff members, and we contemplate them all relatives. We have a whole lot of longtime personnel that have served us improve, and they necessarily mean a whole lot to Kelly and me.”

Pestello reported he also has a terrific appreciation for the communities that help his shops.

He has performed an lively role in those communities, acting as president of the Summit County Chamber of Commerce from 2014-18. He is still a member of that board and also serves on the board of trustees for the Summit Foundation, as very well as for the Summit County Group Care Clinic, which serves 8,500 persons.

He is also on the Frisco Town Organization Advisory Board, a housing authority advisory board and quite a few other boards that tackle problems in mountain communities.

Pestello mentioned he is fired up for the probability to grow iFurnish, and his company will be an lively element of the local community shifting ahead.

“We all want the greatest for each and every other, for our group and for you and your loved ones and their families,” Pestello claimed. “If you’re a fantastic, first rate man or woman, that’s precisely what we all must care about in the conclusion, appropriate?”

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