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Sat, 02/23/2013 - 16:06
We recently added a one of a kind writing desk to our showroom floor. With a wonderfully figured local Western Walnut top, a single pencil drawer and hairpin legs this makes a simple addition to almost any space. This peice is 20" - 30" deep, 72" wide and 30" high and is $2,050. Also shown is one of our Studio dining chairs in Western Walnut. If you would like to see this desk in person, please stop by The Joinery or contact us here.
Sat, 02/16/2013 - 13:33
This beautiful extension dining table new to the showroom floor this week is a unique piece in our studio style. It is made out of Eastern Walnut but is fairly unusual with the strong sap lines. The size of this table is 42" x 66" with 2 leaves that store inside, therefore able to extend out to 110" long with the leaves in. The retail price is $3,905. If you would like more information about this dining table please click here or contact us here. Shown below are the Celilo Dining Chairs in Western Walnut with a Live Edge Split back.
Thu, 02/07/2013 - 23:00
The featured space this week is a project from Portland Architect, Michael Howell from Howells Architecture + Design. The Joinery has had the pleasure of working with Michael on custom furniture over the years but when we saw this project we had to feature it. This Wyoming ski home follows strict subdivision-mandated syle, but distinguishes itself through a refined approach to detailing. The result is a clean-lined version of the archetypal rustic mountain home, with a connection to the European ski chalet as wel as to traditional American lodge and mountain architecture. Architecture & interior design by Michael Howells. Photos by David Agnello.
Thu, 01/17/2013 - 00:00
Gin Braverman of Gin Designs worked on the HGTV show 'Home Rules' back in 2010. Since then the firm has worked on restaurants and residential design, notably Oxheart in Houston, TX and South End in New Canaan, CT. Drawn to various textures and colors, she combines the two to form a truly beautiful space. Images below are from the Industrial Loft that Gin Designs did. To follow Gin Braverman and learn more about her work and to contact her, click here.
Mon, 12/03/2012 - 00:00
Located in Big Sky, Montana, this spacious ranch-inspired Yellowstone Club was designed by the architecture firm, KMA, Inc. and features Western accents throughout every room. With the help of the homeowner's vision and collaboration between the Denver-based interior design firm, Worth Interiors, the interior spaces all share an earthy, textured theme. Worth Interiors played a major part in deciding on which home furnishings and light fixtures would be the perfect addition to complete the Montana ranch home. A neutral color palette was used with small surprising bursts of fresh color. Highline Partners was this project's contractor, putting the finishing touches on the furnishings to produce beautiful results.
Sat, 12/01/2012 - 11:32
Two years ago The Joinery harvested a Walnut tree in our back yard and turned the lumber into some amazing furniture. We have finally used the last piece of Walnut, and have turned it into this cute Live Edge bench. This piece measures at: 17" D x 34" W x 17" H and is $1,697.
Fri, 11/16/2012 - 23:00
Jesse's Ole Historic Home is located in San Clemente, California and was designed by Jesse Moyer of Jette Creative. Starting out on a budget, this space was made new by adding a little fresh paint, new furniture, and custom lighting. Mixed with a beachy and sophisticated style, this historic home is bright, clean, and welcoming with combinations of old, new, and playful accents. To read more about this project and take a look at her ongoing work visit her website here.
Sat, 10/27/2012 - 08:42
Fresh on the floor is our Tansu Cabinet in Cherry right alligned. Our Tansu is a traditional Asian piece with numerous drawers and doors. We especially love the dovetail detail and plinth base. It is 20 deep x 60 wide x 63 high and is $7,125 in Cherry. For more information about our Tansu click here.
Fri, 10/19/2012 - 23:00
This stunning New York penthouse is beautiful, classic and comfortable. The contrast between light/dark, smooth/rough and natural/manmade makes the space visually interesting without being cluttered or overdone. New York based architect, Jane Kim is responsible for this incredible project. Visit her website to to read more about this project and see more of her work.
Tue, 10/09/2012 - 17:29
The Joinery is proud to announce its sponsorship of the 3rd annual Portland Architecture + Design Festival home tour which is part of the A+D Festival during the whole month of October 2012. This Rose City design festival focuses on the celebration of locally built spaces and will feature architectural tours, film screenings, public exhibitions, design lectures, and more. From design enthusiasts to design professionals, people from all walks of life are invited to share this experience and have discussions about design currently taking place in Portland.
“The Architecture + Design Festival is presented by the American Institute of Architects Portland and the Center for Architecture, in collaboration with many of Portland’s finest arts and culture organizations.”
The homes tour takes a look inside seven beautiful Portland residences featuring homes designed by top modern local architects such as Donald Blair and his renovation of the 1960’s futuristic “Home of Tomorrow,” a prefab home from Jeff Kovel, as well as other examples of efficient living. This daylong, self-guided tour is presented by the American Institute of Architects Portland.
For tickets and a full list of featured homes please visit here.