March 2019

We are excited to announce our initial partnership with Krownlab by featuring their KOR linear pulls and knobs on our furniture. Thoughtfully designed with attention on every detail, they are available in three different finishes and pair beautifully with our Modern case line. Stop by either of our showrooms to see them in person.

Krownlab Kor Pulls in Brass

Kor Pull in Brass on an Eastern Walnut dresser

Kor knob in black

Kor knob in black on Cherry nighstand

Designing pieces that are not only engineered to survive the test of time, but also to be relevant thru multiple generations is challenging when our homes, hobbies, and daily needs change with technology. So when we first decided to create the Maud credenza for record storage we wanted to ensure that this piece was versatile enough to function in multiple other ways.

Maud Credenza for LP Storage

To further enhance the design, we included a group of customers in the development process. Their incredible feedback helped us create a product that was aligned with their needs, as well as the Joinery brand. With their thoughtful feedback, first on our original concept designs and then a prototype, we are very happy with the collaborative final design for this piece.

Recently a group of Joinery employees had the amazing opportunity to work with Hyla Woods and the Tualatin Soil and Water Conservation on their reestablishment of Oregon White Oak woodlands in the Mt. Richmond Forests. Our team had a wonderful educational tour of the Hyla property including Oregon Oak forests, the Hyla solar powered kiln, and learned about their efforts in maintaining a diversified forest, while creating lumber products to sustain their business. To learn more abour Hyla Woods click here. Thank you also to the Tualatin Soil and Water Conservation.

Hyla Tree Planting Visit

The Hyla Solar Powered Wood Kiln

To our customers, partners and the Woodstock community:

We wanted to share some important information with you about our Woodstock manufacturing facility. We currently lease this building, and with our lease ending this October, we have been evaluating options for a new space that will support our growth. It is likely that we will move to a new location in the St. Johns area of Portland at the end of our lease. Our plans will be finalized over the next couple of months and we will share with you once they are.