Founded in 1921 and centrally located in Helena, Montana, Dundas Interiors is your go-to choice for regional companies that appreciate high-quality furniture, face-to-face interaction, and impeccable follow-through. Purchased in 1966, Dundas has remained a family owned business for three generations. From our centrally located once in Helena, Montana, Dundas Interiors services all of Montana, Yellowstone National Park, and corporate clients in Washington, Idaho, Utah, Wyoming, the Dakotas, and Alaska. We are confident that you will enjoy a partnership with Dundas Interiors. That confidence stems from long-term relationships we’ve built with some of Montana’s largest and most respected businesses, healthcare facilities, and government agencies, including the Montana State Fund, Benefis Health System, and Wells Fargo.
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John is a fully certified Herman Miller dealer and is schooled in AutoCAD and Z-Axis, two essential design programs that allow Dundas Interiors to create fully animated, full-color, 3-D plans for its clients. When not creating outstanding interiors you’ll likely find John riding single-track trails on his mountain bike, casting flies for the Missouri River’s brown trout, or water skiing on Hauser Lake. John holds a Business Administration degree from the University of Montana, Missoula. John describes himself as fiercely loyal and a person who values a client for life.
Born and raised in northwest Indiana, Faith's parents moved to Helena for the beautiful scenery at the end of her middle school years. Proud HHS graduate and Helena College alumni, she obtained her associates in interiors design and third year certificate of environmental design under the guidance of the most passionate design mentor in Montana, Karen Raephel-Conley. Her greatest joy at Dundas is creating spaces that make an employee/boss/student/etc live's better due to higher functionality and greater aesthetics. Although not as outdoorsy as her fellow employees, she does enjoy the big sky country from the comfort of her back yard while gardening or playing with her son. Her favorite pastimes, however, include video and board games with friends and just spending time with her family.
Rick joined Dundas Interiors in 2016, fulfilling a lifelong dream to live in Montana. Not that he had it bad elsewhere, he was born and raised in northern California and lived there for 54 years. For 28 of those he has been married to his wife, Jenny. He and Jenny have two adult children who followed them to Montana two years ago where they met up with Rick’s in-laws, who have lived in Big Sky Country for 30 years. Rick loves to hunt and fish and explore Montana’s back country on a four-wheeler. He enjoys working for Dundas because, he says, “It feels like working with family.”
As Dundas Interiors owner John Doney would say, “Conner was born into the business.” That’s because Conner, John’s son, spent much of his youth playing in the company’s discarded furniture boxes and, later, performing numerous office tasks for an allowance. Conner served in the Army, his military discipline and precision being assets for Dundas Interiors, and is back to learn every aspect of Dundas in hopes to one day take over his father's business.
Bette has come out of retirement a bit to generously help with Dundas's financial side after a string of unfortunate circumstances left Dundas with no one to take on this position. Bette has years of experience with quickbooks through her time at IBM and it shows through her professionalism and lack of mistakes. In her off time she's an amazing grandmother to her grandchildren and spends as much time as possible with them.