Save the date! Join Design Museum Portland for a UNITE discussion event. Panelists from SERA Architects, Looptworks and The Joinery will discuss sustainability as a design principle. YR & G will moderate this lively discussion and include audience participation. We'll cover themes such as the challenges with sustainable design, sourcing materials, upcycling, and reusing materials. UNITE is Design Museum Portland's evening discussion series which explores themes at the intersection of Design and just about everything else. Join us for local wines and tasty bites.
The Joinery is proud to announce a partnership with Zena Forest Products to source local Oregon White Oak. We strive to utilize lumber from local sources and that which is certified by the Forestry Stewardship Council. Through our partnership with Zena, we accomplish both.
Ben Deumling started Zena Forest Products in 2007 at age 25. He wanted to find a better outlet for the logs from Zena Forest than the big industrial sawmills, where prices were low and good management practices were not appreciated or rewarded. Zena Forest Products is now able to process logs onsite into finished flooring, furniture and cabinet stock, as well as a wide variety of other custom products.
The Joinery's downtown Portland location is host to several new pieces of art from the Portland Art Museum. Portland is a mecca for art, design, fashion and the "maker" community. At The Joinery, we seek to build bridges to our community of creatives and we're proud to announce our continued collaboration with the Portland Art Museum Rental Sales Gallery. We feature local artists in our downtown showroom and change out the pieces each season.
Seventy Poplars | Scott Hoyle | 30.00 x 23.00 | Photography
From our beginnings in 1982, our history has shaped us, defined us and created opportunities for growth. Follow along on our journey.
Since 1989, Friends of Trees has planted half a million trees throughout the Portland/Vancouver and Eugene/Springfield metro areas. Nearly every Saturday, Friends of Trees is out at one or more planting sites and they always need more help planting trees; no experience required. Simply show up, wear closed-toes shoes and weather appropriate clothing. Friends of Trees provides the breakfast, gloves, tools and expert guidance to have a great time. A potluck lunch is provided at the end of the planting.
The Joinery has teamed up with Friends of Trees to sponsor a day of planting in SE Portland at the Creston/Kenilworth, Foster-Powell, Mt. Scott and Reed neighborhoods. We'll be taking The Joinery team of woodworkers to plant the raw materials we love for our furniture pieces.
Join us Saturday, January 16th, 9am to 1pm.
Meet us at the Mt. Scott Learning Center, 6148 SE Holgate Blvd, Portland, OR 97206. The event will start right at 9am.
’Tis the season to settle into warm places and The Joinery is delighted to be spending some time in Portland’s World Forestry Center, adjacent to the Zoo and Children’s Museum.
Our furniture will be the featured exhibition in the WFC’s art gallery. We’re well-matched with this Oregon institution, not just because of the timber resources we use, but for how we use them. The WFC is similarly committed to sustainable forest management and environmentally responsible business practices. Visiting the Center is always rewarding — and now there’s never been a better time.
Join us on Wednesday, January 20, 2016, from 4-6pm, for an exhibition reception. The reception is open to the public, complimentary entrance to the Art Gallery.
Call them a cross between a white elephant and a giant panda: rare but lovable.
They’re our one-of-a-kind furniture pieces. Sometimes they’re design prototypes, or maybe orphans of a set, or just whims of our woodworkers. However they came to be, they’re all discounted for two days, Dec. 12 & 13, during The Joinery’s One-Off Sale.
These are sofas, tables, chairs, desks and more, in various woods and just a couple thing in common: they’re the first or last — or both — of their breed, and their sale price is as exceptional as their provenance.
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.