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Thos. Moser Freeport Showroom & Outlet
149 Main Street
Freeport, ME 04032
p: 207-865-4519

Located just one block north of L.L.Bean's flagship store, our own flagship showroom & outlet annex is a convenient and picturesque stop if you are visiting New England. We restored a nineteenth-century home to its historic grandeur based upon archival photos and furnished two full floors with our pieces.

When visiting our showroom in Freeport, be sure to ask about our Outlet Annex with pieces that are available to take home today. We have a wide selection of floor samples, one-of-a-kinds, not-quite-perfect, and first-quality pieces, many at reduced prices. They are available on a first-come, first-served basis and can be taken with you, or delivery arrangements can be made. Our selection is refreshed on a regular basis so stop by and check out the new arrivals!

Best of Maine Contemporary Art

Thos. Moser and Kevin Tierney of are pleased to present a new summer art show exhibiting the best of Maine contemporary art, featuring renowned artists Joel Babb and Eric Hopkins. Reception on June 17 and works on display through October 12, 2015.

Thos. Moser and Kevin Tierney of invite you to join us for a reception exhibiting the best of Maine contemporary art featuring Joel Babb and Eric Hopkins. In addition, this show will exhibit work by Philip Barter, Thomas Crotty, Lynne Drexler, Stephen Etnier, James Fitzgerald, Connie Hayes, Jill Hoy, Bernard Langlais, William Manning, Marguerite Robichaux and Neil Welliver.

Also included will be work by Tom Curry, Scott Moore and Judy Taylor.

All works on display and available for purchase until October 15, 2015.

Thos. Moser Freeport Showroom & Outlet
149 Main Street
Freeport, ME 04032
p: 207-865-4519

Copley Plunge
Copley Plunge by Joel Babb, oil on linen, 80x62 (click image to enlarge)

Waypoints #1
Waypoints #1 by Eric Hopkins, oil on canvas, 72x72 (click image to enlarge)


Thomas Moser: Legacy In Wood

July 23 - September 20, 2015
Maine College of Art | Institute of Contemporary Art
522 Congress Street, Portland

This exhibit surveys 44 years of engagement with wood: Thomas Moser’s struggle to find himself after being orphaned at eighteen, his learning through long-dead masters, his decision to leave a tenured teaching position to pursue furniture making full-time, and his aesthetic and entrepreneurial choices throughout life. At a time when artisans are searching for meaningful ways to engage with their work and their audience, which can afford them fiscal independence, Thomas Moser’s journey provides an example of devotion to artistry and craftsmanship that is uncompromisingly ethical while generating a livelihood for his family, a community of artisans and delivering to the world objects of great beauty and utility.

This Institute of Contemporary Art at Maine College of Art retrospective is the first exhibition to examine the central importance of Thomas Moser to the world of fine furniture craftsmanship. The exhibition will illuminate Moser’s approach to this most democratic expression of artisanship, both formally and conceptually, through the objects themselves; comprehensive didactics illustrating origins, timeline, influences, aesthetics, his relationship to and respect for wood; and displays of tools and joinery as well as a beautiful accompanying catalogue.

The ICA at Maine College of Art is free and open to the public Wednesday - Sunday 11am-5pm, Thursday 11am-7pm, and First Fridays 11am-8pm.

For additional details, please visit

For a preview, please follow the link below to read a review of the exhibit (with photos!) from the Portland Press Herald:

‘Legacy in Wood’ celebrates Thomas Moser’s contributions to furniture making

“It’s a combination of creativity and art and entrepreneurship all coming together in the state of Maine to create something that is well beyond Maine,” [MECA President Don] Tuski said. “We keep telling our students that you can make art and a living, and this show offers a perfect example of that.”

Best of Year WinnerThe Cumberland Dining Table honored as "Best of Year" for 2014 by Interior Design magazine. Click Here for details.

Our Freeport Showroom proudly features a selection blankets, throws and linen towels from Brahms Mount, which are woven on antique shuttle looms by local artisans in their mill in Monmouth, Maine.

We also have hand blown glass lamps and glassware from Vermont's Simon Pearce.

We are pleased to offer premium mattress sets from Royal Pedic at any Thos. Moser showroom.

Spend a night in the
Thos. Moser room at the Harraseeket Inn
Next time you visit our Freeport Showroom, you may want to consider a night in the Thos. Moser room at the Harraseeket Inn. CLICK HERE for details.
Take I-295 to Exit 22 - Freeport. Follow Mallet Drive to Main Street, turn right and we're the second building on the right, across from the Harraseeket Inn and one block north of L.L. Bean.

When staying in Freeport, we recommend the Harraseeket Inn, located directly across the street from our showroom (also a great place for lunch or dinner!). For other sites and general information about the Freeport area, visit the offical Freeport website.
We have our own free private parking lot on-site.
Monday - Saturday 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Sunday 11 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Holiday Hours:
New Year's Eve: Closed at 5pm
New Year's Day: Closed
Easter Sunday: Closed
Memorial Day: Regular Hours
Independence Day: Closed
Labor Day: Regular Hours
Thanksgiving Eve: Closed at 4pm
Thanksgiving Day: Closed
Christmas Eve: Closed at 4pm
Christmas Day: Closed
149 Main Street
(one block north of LL Bean)
Freeport, ME 04032
Phone 1: 207-865-4519
Phone 2: 800-708-9041
Fax: 207-865-6539
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Vita Chair & Ottoman - Harnessing the natural strength of wood to achieve suspension and cantilever. View this Item