Stop in the store to see what’s new and what items are nearing the end of their consignment for great buys.

Every piece tells a story

Furniture Traders-Cambridge is about bringing comfortable, quality furnishings to your home. To do that we sell new and fine used furniture. Check out the “Our Store” page to learn about the furniture we carry. Whether you are starting fresh with a redesign or blending new furniture with vintage heirlooms we can help you find the right look at great price. See you soon!

From General Consignment and Estate Dispersal to New Wisconsin-Made Furniture

Our wood products vary from coffee tables to kitchen islands, to book shelves, all made of solid hardwoods by Greg Reistad (Milwaukee), Dan Korth (Cambridge), Steve Smith (Madison) and others. Are you good with wood? Send us photos of your work:

Bring your style home with custom sofas and chairs

choose your piece and pattern from Marshfield Furniture and support jobs in Wisconsin at the same time!

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News from Furniture Traders Cambridge:

One thing is for certain and that is inventory changes quickly in the store. The best place to see what’s new is our Facebook page as we post updates daily.

New artists selling at the store in 2018 include Bruce Furlin, Gail Pullara and others. You won’t see their work anywhere else but Furniture Traders.

Our latest on Facebook

Status update...I have more mesh panels to cut for the sides of the aviary but it's coming together. Some little birdie is going to have a super cute home in the ole curio cabinet. ...

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Cutting the hardware cloth for the aviary today. It is a little tricky to cut it exactly and not stab myself. One in, 15 to go! ...

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I still have some work to do but couldn't help but see how the pulls I picked for the aviary doors looked. I'm calling it cute. ...

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Checking out the tiles I got for the floor of the aviary. ...

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Part way view of the new color, " driftwood." It is a soft, neutral and warm gray and one of my favorites. Now that I see the color on the cabinet I think I will go with a darker gray for accent. ...

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