Wyoming Home Furnishings

210 W. Lincolnway • Cheyenne, WY 82001
Phone: 307-638-2222
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Wyoming Home is located in the heart of historic downtown Cheyenne on W. Lincolnway which is the main street through town.


Offering the unique and unusual for those who love the west, Wyoming Home in Cheyenne is recognized for its wonderful product mix. Whether you’re looking for a special gift or simply want to accent your home with a touch of the west, Wyoming Home will meet your needs.

With thousands of square feet in display space, Wyoming Home has the luxury of featuring an array of items, and they carry everything that a person might need in decorating their “Wyoming home.” Beautiful handcrafted furniture for every room includes everything from leather and fabric upholstered furniture to rustic log and barnwood pieces. Other home décor includes lamps, pillows, rugs, silverware, quaint dishes, quilts, bedcovers, throws, and towels. For those simply interested in adding a twist to their decorating scheme, Wyoming Home offers Native American and cowboy art, unique porcelain figures, candles, and several other Wyoming made products.

Wyoming Home is much more than just décor, however. Interested in supplementing your wardrobe with a western piece? Wyoming Home sells western clothing while handcrafted purses and turquoise, coral, semi-precious, and silver jewelry add the finishing touch to any outfit.

The selection of items continually expands at Wyoming Home to reflect the needs and desires of consumers. Other store items include children’s dolls and stuffed animals, cowboy cookbooks, wildlife books, movies, CD’s, bath and body products, and cowboy cuisine. With so much to offer, finding just the right gift or unique home accessory is never a problem.

Until December 27, 2004, Wyoming Home was located in 17,000 square feet of space in three historic storefronts in downtown Cheyenne. Unfortunately, a tragic fire burned approximately 9,000 square feet of Wyoming Home’s location. The storeowners are presently renovating the two remaining buildings, each boasting an interesting history. One of the buildings was erected in 1882 to house Cheyenne’s First National Bank. The second renovation site is the 1883 Commercial Block. During Cheyenne’s early days, the Federal Marshall’s office was located there and it is said that legendary range detective, Tom Horn, made his condemning confession in that office. Horn was sentenced to death for murdering a young man northwest of Cheyenne and represents the last person hung in Wyoming. To this day, people argue his innocence.

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