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FoxDen Decor Rustic Furniture

7142 La Junta, Canutillo
El Paso TX 79835
Ph: 888-666-1113
brianmel56@gmail.com
www.foxdendecor.com

FoxDen Décor is a furniture maker based in Texas, specializing in customized rustic and reclaimed wood furniture. Each of our rustic furniture or reclaimed vanities are unique and our customers design the furniture they desire. Specializing in customized rustic and reclaimed wooden furniture, our interactive website will further help our customers in customizing and visualizing their furniture in the stain and colors they desire. Each of the rustic furniture we sell is 100% handcrafted and made according to the preferences of our buyers. Our rustic furniture variants include bathroom vanities, beds, nightstands, tables, barstools, chairs and desks; all of them crafted from solid wood, sealed and protected from water damage. Our craftsmen will prepare every rustic wood furniture according to the preferred dimension and color. FoxDen Décor also specializes in reclaimed wooden furniture made from our huge collection of reclaimed wood found in the old barns, corrals and other unique places in Mexico. We have a wide array of essential furniture and bathroom vanities under the reclaimed section for our customers to choose from. Other than furniture and bathroom vanities, our website also features a plethora of home décor items that are unique and rustic in nature. All our orders are custom made and we take 4-6 weeks to deliver the same, offering free shipping within the United States. For more information, visit http://www.foxdendecor.com/ and http://www.foxdendecor.com/shop/.

Attractions and Upcoming Events

El Paso Holocaust Museum and Study Center

Collection includes aerial photographs of World War II concentration camps, personal effects such as death camp pajamas, and artifacts captured by American servicemen, as well as re-creation of a death camp transport train. Museum plans to open a new center in downtown El Paso in January 2005

El Paso, TX Museums

Fray Garcia Monument

This 14-ft. bronze sculpture by John Houser honors the priest who founded the area's first mission. The statue, in Pioneer Plaza downtown, is the first in the series of "Twelve Travelers"

El Paso, TX Monuments


Scenic Drives

Scenic Drive traces a winding course on southern flank of Mount Franklin above downtown El Paso, with view of Jurez across the river. Reached from Richmond St. on the east, from Rim Rd. on the west. El Paso is "V"

El Paso, TX Scenic Drives

El Paso/Juarez Tours

An easy and fun way to cross the border to shop and sightsee in Jurez, Mexico, is by El Paso/Jurez Trolley. Air-conditioned rubber-tired trolleys depart from the Civic Center on the hour from 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. Nov. - Mar. and 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Apr. - Oct. daily. For information, call 915/544-0062.

El Paso, TX Tours

Things to do near El Paso, TX

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Last Frontier Museum

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Overland Trail Museum

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Whitehead Memorial Museum

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