It's not just a store, it's an adventure.
I have never seen so much packed into a little store--lots to discover for lovers of all things arts and crafts, cowboy, vintage, and Native American plus many unique items.
Darold's family had a cabin near Mt Rainier National Park. The cabin, being owned by his father, was called Mort's Cabin. Darold truly loved the time his family spent there and his store is filled with things that remind him of the time spent at the cabin --so naturally it has the same name. Mort's style is what Darold calls: rustic design.
I see the store as a fantastic resource for Ephraim Faience and Roseville pottery. And as I spend more time exploring every nook and cranny I have found books on Greene & Greene and Stickley, collectibles, and an eclectic selection of all things new and old.
I hope you have a chance to visit sometime and if you do, go to Pete's Wine Shop just a few blocks down the street for a large selection of wine from all over the world.
Here are just a few things I found in Mort's Cabin in the past weeks:
|Custom made light fixture|
|Bing and Grondahl Royal Copenhagen|
La Huffman China Platter
|Space Needle Vintage Photos|