|Over the past years, Ed Grunseth has shown his trademarked leg design at many shows nationally
as well as internationally such as the International Contemporary Furniture Fair (ICFF) in New York. The designers
attending those shows were always trying to classify the design and depending
on where they were from, called it: Oriental, Italian,
Scandinavian, American Contemporary, 60's Arts & Crafts,
or even Lodge. Ed's designs blend willingly into almost any style, complimenting the entire setting.
The response has been great to Kristian's design: Montana Living Magazine,
Distinctly Montana Magazine,Interior Design Magazine,Home Magazine, Colorado Magazine, The Sacramento Bee,
Furniture Design & Manufacturing, Wood & Wood Products, Wood Shop News, & more have all featured this trade-marked design. New looks have evolved too: Mountain Mission and Cowboy Chop-Suey.
The Bozeman Daily Chronicle - At Home featured these new looks along with Kristian's approach to his work - "Furniture Fusion". When asked, "What's next, Kristian?" He answers, "How about some Rustic Funk or some Contempo Prairie?"