ABOUT THE BRANDS AT RABBIT CREEK

We first opened our doors in 2009 with our Hickory Chair Showroom at International Market Square in Minneapolis, MN. The foundation of The Brands at Rabbit Creek is to offer the highest level of customer service, professional expertise and product selection to trade professionals throughout the design industry in the Midwest.

The goal of The Brands at Rabbit Creek is to offer design professionals a single-branded, distinctive showroom offering a product gallery within a range of price points, with knowledgeable staff on hand to assist. Rabbit Creek also works to educate the design community by bringing internationally acclaimed design professionals into their showrooms for design presentations and book signings.

We cater to the interior design trade in Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota, Wisconsin, Iowa and Illinois.  We provide an exceptional shopping experience whether in person or via telephone.  We happily ship within the continental United States and are proud to be the exclusive wholesale distributor of the Hickory Chair company.

Our CEO Susan Thayer has served on the American Society of Interior Designers Board of Directors and is a member of the Women’s Presidents Organization. Other community service priorities at Rabbit Creek are centered on assisting those with developmental disabilities through Minnesota Independence College and Community.

We are passionate and enthusiastic about the brands we sell, and eager to share our knowledge with you. Contact any of our friendly experts for help and advice with any of your interior design trade needs. Email us at info@rabbitcreekmn.com or call 612-354-7102.

Susan Thayer, owner of Rabbit Creek
American Society of Interior Designers - Industry Partner
Minnesota Life College
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CONTACT US

The Brands at Rabbit Creek
Distinctive Showroom at International Market Square
275 Market Street, Suite #335
Minneapolis, MN 55405
Hours: 9-5, Mon-Fri
Ph: 612-354-7102

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