Rice Furniture

Rice Furniture was established in 1946 by George Carver Rice who came to the area in the early 40’s as a mattress salesman. The store which remains in its original location is one of the oldest and most well established businesses in the region.

Rice Furniture has the largest selection of quality home furnishings in the Adirondacks: living room, dining room, bedroom, home office, home entertainment, mattresses, accessories, lighting, rugs, flooring, gifts and more.

With an interactive room planner on the web site and interior design staff in the store, Rice Furniture can help you design and decorate your home.

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43 Main St
Saranac Lake, 12983
(518) 891-4170

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