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Mon, 09/09/2013 - 17:30
We are excited to be helping three different teams this year with furniture and accessories for the 2013 Serving up Style event at the Expo Center. This year there are 24 design teams creating amazing dining room vignettes that will be on view during the Fall Home and Garden Show. It will be open to the public from October 3rd thru the 6th. All proceeds from the event will benefit Molly's Fund Fighting Lupus.For more information about the Serving up Style, Molly's Fund and other events during the show click here.
Photos courtesy of Serving Up Style
View photos below of past year's including our personal favorite "Into the Woods" which we won the People's Choice Award for.
Mon, 09/09/2013 - 15:07
We work with customers every day to design and build the perfect piece of furniture. The custom nightstands shown below were a collaboration between our customer and their helpful sales person, Taryn. We built them out of Wenge (an exotic wood, not usually a standard at The Joinery), Brass pulls and custom Brass ferrules. Below you will see the original drawing we created for the customers and then the final product. If you would like a custom pieces quoted please contact us here.
Sat, 08/31/2013 - 13:21
Sat, 08/24/2013 - 10:51
Mon, 08/19/2013 - 10:03
The 2013 NW Natural Street of Dreams home tour is open until August 25th. If you have not gone yet, here is a sneak peek of just a few rooms from the Two Thousand and Thirteen home by TTM Development. Presented by the Home Builders Association of Metropolitan Portland (HBA), this year's show includes nine homes featuring the latest in home design with beautiful interiors. The show runs daily through August 25, 10 a.m.–9:30 p.m.
Sat, 08/17/2013 - 12:36
New to the showroom floor this week are custom Metal Bookcases. We fell in love with these four pieces of Western Walnut lumber and designed a piece of furniture just for it. They work beautifully as a set however they are sold separately. Each bookcase is 14" deep x 48" wide and 72" high and are $2,450 each. If you would like more information on these bookcases or would like us to design a custom piece for you contact us here.
Mon, 08/05/2013 - 14:54
The Joinery's own blend of oil is now for sale. It is primarily a blend of Tung, Linseed, Soy and Citrus Solvent that Sherwin Williams produces for us. Quarts are $35 and gallons are $75. We sell the oil just at our showroom on 4804 SE Woodstock Blvd in Portland, Oregon. This is the same oil we use on all of our furniture. If you would like more information contact us here or call us at 503.788.8547.
Mon, 08/05/2013 - 13:08
Cloud City Ice Cream is one of our favorite companies on Woodstock and this past summer we were excited to be able to create a cash register/ iPad stand made from Western Walnut. The company hand makes amazing ice cream including Black Currant Tea, Lemon with Black Pepper-Marionberry Jam and traditional favorites such as Pistachio. Stop by their store and see the stand for yourself and enjoy a great scoop or two of ice cream. Read more about them on their Facebook page here. Below are some photos of their custom stand. If you would like a custom project like this please feel free to call us at 503.788.8547 or contact us here.
Sun, 08/04/2013 - 11:21
Mon, 07/29/2013 - 16:43
This month's featured space is from Bennett Frank McCarthy Architect, Inc. The project involved a total renovation of a two story carriage house on Blagden Alley in Washington DC. Blagden Alley is a quirky network of alleys at the interior of a DC city block not far from the convention center and China Town. The carriage house had previously been used as a wood shop at the ground level with a studio apartment above. Bennett Frank McCarthy Architect, Inc. converted it into a single unit featuring a kitchen / dining area on the first floor and a living / bedroom upstairs. We have featured of few of our favorite photos including some before photos. For more information on this project or Bennett Frank McCarthy Architects, Inc. please contact them on their website here.
New mural on the alley facade pays homage to the original owner of the building, a coal oil salesman named Samuel Huntress.