Our craftsmen make beautiful furniture everyday, but the project we wanted to feature this month is a little different. It may not look as beautiful as furniture to the average eye, but to a home wood shop this creation might be as beautiful as it gets.
Josh, one of The Joinery's craftsmen, built this Multi-Router recently and it is already getting great feedback. This beautiful tool enables him to make mortises or tenon's in his home shop without spending thousands of dollars on a standard multi router or having to make the cuts by hand. You just hook up a router thru the back and get started. He has already used it on a few home projects. To learn more about this project please contact us here at it was a personal project of his.
This week's featured piece is the Pacific Kirsten's Dresser in Maple with Rosewood Yoshinaga pulls. The wood grain and beautiful layout of the lumber makes this particular dresser extra special. This piece is $4,380 and measures at 24d x 57w x 44h. To see more details on this style of dresser click here.
Farmer's Markets are a way of life in Portland and many of our meals revolve around seasonal produce. We are excited to announce that the Woodstock Farmer's Market opening day is June 2nd from 10 am to 2 pm. Located at 4600 SE Woodstock Blvd, in the Key Bank Parking lot, this Farmer's Market includes many vendors that sell organic vegetables and fruits, beautiful flowers, amazing baked goods, handmade cheeses and much more. Below are some photos from last year's opening day. To learn more about the market and all the vendors click here to go to theri website.
Our featured piece of furniture this week is our Custom Butterfly Coffee Table shown below. This piece was made a little different than our standard design because of the beautiful bookmatched set of Western Walnut we had in stock. This one is 26" wide x 58" long x 18" high and is $1,395 and has curly Maple Butterflies. To purchase this piece or to get further details please contact the showroom here or to see more images of our standard Butterfly Coffee Table, click here.
Getting your mother something special for Mother's Day can be stressful so we though we would help by having a Accessory Sale. Thur May 12th all accessories in stock will be 15% off. Here are a couple of creative gift ideas to make it easier for you and your loved one. We are currently featureing some of our favorite vendors that we have carried for many years, along with a few new vendors. Below are some beautiful vases made by Vitreluxe along with a hand made box by Heartwood.
Featured this week is the Morris sofa in Cherry with a Soliloquy Fabric called Papyrus in the color way Ginger. This one features a bowed arm and thin slats. It retails for $4,422 and is 40d x 86w x 37h. Stop by the showroom and see it in person or to learn more click here.
This month's featured business is actually one of our favorite customers. KMP Models of Oregon builds model kits of old sawmills, and other wood industry replicas. They are a family owned and operated business that makes everything in house including the casts and molds. KMP offers three different model scales (HO, N, and O) for all different kinds of enthusiasts. To see more of their models visit their website here or to purchase them find the closest retail store to you here. The details on these models and the scale are just so amazing.
Above is a N Scale Willamette Yarder Steam Donkey measuring at: 3/4" x 3" x 2"H and below is a N Scale Steam Pile Driver measuring at 1" x 3 1/2" x 3"H.
Our featured piece of furniture this week is our Hairpin Coffee Table in Western Walnut. This coffee table has a unique overall shape, showing off it's beautiful grain pattern and natural edge. This piece measures 24d x 55w x 30h and retails for $1,395. If you would like to see this coffee table in person, please stop by The Joinery or contact us here.
During a remodel of a preschool in Plymouth, Massachusetts, Michael and Garrison Burrey discovered the oldest known woodworking shop in the United States. Once used by master carpenter Luther Sampson in the 18th century, this joinery shop still has many of the original benches and shelves in excellent condition.
Woodshops from the 1700's are very rare, so experts are studding clues to capture how the shop was used. There are unique shelves throughout for handtools and other items. Most of the furniture built is believed to be in the federalist style with local woods. Now they are working on getting the building as a national historic landmark. Read more about this woodshop at the Discovery News Website here.
Two Ironside Desks are new to the showroom floor. Both built in Cherry but distinct in there own way, these desks have lots of individual characteristics. The keyboard pullout tray has the ability to disappear with the foldup lip and both include a lock on the right side file drawer. This desk as shown is $3,845.
Standard size is 30 x 60 x 30, however it may be custom built in various sizes to fit your needs. Please come by and see these desks in person or contact us here for more information.