About

At Mingo Mountain Woodworking we design, build, and install finely crafted custom cabinets for the finest residences throughout the Inland Northwest. MMWW is owned by partners, Tom Ediger and James Fish, who have been doing fine woodworking together for over 30 years. We take a hands-on approach from design work, through the construction process, on to installation. From start to finish of your project, you will be working directly with expert cabinetmakers. Our love of the craft and lifetime of experience shows through in every detail of our work.

Design

We will expertly design your project or work with your design team to develop plans. We do on site design work and consultation, taking all measurements to insure exact results.

Craftsmanship

We build our cabinets with a variety of select grade hardwoods. Our expert craftsmen carefully select and grain match our doors, drawer fronts, and face frames producing an unparalleled beauty. We use domestic maple plywood for our cabinet boxes. We make furniture quality, solid maple dovetailed drawers with “Blumotion” runners. We choose the highest quality hinges, drawer slides, and other components to insure a lifetime of trouble free use.

Finishing

We finish our cabinets with conversion varnish in an unlimited variety of stain tints, solid colors, glazes, and distresses. Our unique finishes require painstaking and patient hand work. We have found that this labor intensive process is the only way to create the beautiful finishes for which we are known.

Install

MMWW will do an expert installation, and leave you with a completely finished job. Additional services – MMWW builds custom entertainment centers and other furniture; stair parts and railings, custom doors and moldings; fireplace mantles; custom closet components; and more.

References

We will be happy to furnish a list of client references upon request.

Our Shop

MMWW is a 5-8 person shop, outfitted with state of the art tooling including CNC. We are located south of Kettle Falls, WA, overlooking the Columbia River. Please call our office at 509-738-4380 to arrange a visit.