Hunger remains at record levels in Oregon and Southwest Washington. Whether it involves skipping meals, eating less than is needed to live a healthy life, or making due with foods that are filling but not nutritious, hunger’s effects can be devastating. Join Oregon Food Bank as they lead the fight against hunger in our communities.
Oregon Food Bank distributes emergency food to hunger-relief agencies throughout Oregon and Clark County, Wash.
Throughout the month of December, The Joinery will be collecting non-perishable food items for Oregon Food Bank. Drop off items at both Joinery showrooms:
- 4804 SE Woodstock
- 922 SW Yamhill, Downtown
Anyone who drops off food can enter to win a $100 gift certificate from The Joinery.
Oregon Food Bank need these nutritious foods:
AIR .07 is a hue that sits between pink and purple, both colors that typically suggest youth and femininity. However, when a touch of grey fuses these two hues together, a sophisticated, androgynous color emerges. We are seeing a shift from hard lines to soft edges in our views on sexuality and gender. AIR .07 reflects this new openness through the embrace of a complex simplicity and a beauty in being.
We are Colorhouse.
Sasquatch was recently spotted downtown Portland and he stopped in at The Joinery to do a little holiday shopping for the Yeti's on his list. We didn't have a bed his size, but CEO Jon Blumenauer made sure to measure so we could build him one just the right length.
Benches, desks, loveseats, beds, tables, dining chairs — as an early holiday present, we’ve selected a delectable range of in-stock items for special deep discounts in force only from November 27-30. You can get markdowns of up to 50% on some of our greatest and most gift-worthy hardwood furniture pieces.
Shop online, so you can skip the maddening crowds of Black Friday and get the jump on Cyber Monday right now. You can also see and buy them in person (our online descriptors tell you at which store each resides). But whatever your preference, the prudent game plan is to make your move soon, because only lucky people will walk away with these super sale items.
For more than 30 years, The Joinery has built the most breathtakingly beautiful furniture and gifts in our Portland, OR woodshop. Our master craftsman custom-design pieces that are admired by some of the best woodworkers in the country because we are meticulous about our craft. This holiday season give a piece of Joinery perfectionism to your loved one.
Stop in to one of our Portland showrooms or shop online. Just for the holidays: Small works by the masters of woodcraft. Peruse our gift guide for holiday inspiration.
Small pieces of perfection from our master woodworkers
The Joinery has designed a collection of small, handcrafted gifts for the holiday season. Traditionally known for dining tables and bedroom sets, The Joinery is featuring solid wood bud vases, woven trivets, floating knife racks and live-edge wine racks handmade in Portland by its master woodworkers.
Adhering to the company’s sustainability mission of recycling 100% of its wood waste, owner and CEO Jon Blumenauer challenged the team to creatively build small gift items out of the “off-fall” – or leftover scrap wood – from the manufacturing facility’s larger furniture pieces.
NOVEMBER 11 | BUSINESS AFTER HOURS
5 - 7 p.m, Join us for Northwest wines, local beers and tasty appetizers.
The Joinery - 922 SW Yamhill St., Downtown location
Oregon Myrtle is a unique wood found in Southern Oregon. Thanks to partnerships like Healthy Forests, Healthy Communities, The Joinery is able to offer furniture built from sustainably harvested Oregon Myrtlewood.
This beautiful hardwood ranges in color from warm creams to rich chocolates and provides gorgeous material for The Joinery’s master woodworkers to handcraft a dramatic Shaker solid top dining table. This classic design features tapered legs, a chamfer detail on the top, exposed dowels in each leg and curved end aprons.
See this beautiful piece at The Joinery’s downtown showroom at 922 SW Yamhill or TheJoinery.com. 503.788.8547. $3,042
Downtown Portland is dressed up for the holidays —are you? Come do your holiday shopping downtown and enjoy some monumental attire around Pioneer Courthouse Square. Our statue mascots have some festive surprises in store for you.
Beginning Tuesday, November 10, some of downtown’s most iconic sculptures will don their holiday finery for the season. In the Pioneer District on Southwest Yamhill and Morrison streets (between Fifth and Sixth Avenues), you’ll see Animals in Pools, Allow Me (aka “Umbrella Man”) and Kvinneakt dressed up in festive ugly sweaters.
A team of local fiber artists will descend upon downtown and make these so-ugly-they’re-cute wardrobe changes on Thursdays through Christmas. You can join in on the fun: Wear your ugly sweaters downtown and take selfies with these yarn-bombed statues. Be sure to tag pictures with #uglysweaterpdx.
Congratulations to Friends of Trees and their many supporters on their efforts in the Woodstock neighborhood to Save The Giants! Three large sequoia trees were recently saved from potential demolition. They celebrated with supporters this week at The Joinery Woodstock location.
Flat Garry lounging before the festivities kick off.
Supporters gather to celebrate Saving The Giants.