These small handmade vehicles would make wonderful holiday gifts or stocking stuffers. Perfect for children or adults, we have several different kind of transportation-themed toys available for sale such as planes, trucks, trains and many more made by toy makers across the US. Stop by The Joinery and take a look at our wonderful selection of these one of a kind wooden toys, or contact us here.
Featured below is a City Scape Mirror created for a customer. We based the frame and scale off of a teak mirror he brought in for reference and collaborated with him to produce the below skyline. Our craftsmen used a number of our standard woods to create the range of building styles.
Fresh on the floor is our Mod 5 Drawer Dresser in Madrone with mission pulls. Highlighted in the second photo is the natural variations of color along the figure and grain pattern. This dresser retails for $3621 and measures 21 deep x 32 wide x 35 high. For more information about the Mod 5 Drawer Dresser, call us at 503.788.8547 or contact us here.
You are invited to The Joinery’s Customer Appreciation Sale. We are offering 10% off showroom pieces, including an additional 10% off all sale furniture, and 5% off new built to order pieces. Call us at 503.788.8547 or visit our showroom to get the sale price. The sale ends November 11th. We have well over 300 pieces in stock, but come in soon for the best selection.
Shown above is the Pacific Sofa, Pacific Chair, and Hochberg Occasional Tables in Cherry. If you are looking for a particular piece in stock please call the showroom 503.788.8547 for the latest inventory avaiable.
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.
Judy Jackson's stoneware creations are now available at The Joinery. We carry tiny to larger vases in various shapes and colors, as well as tableware pieces. Different textures can be seen and felt on the surfaces of these hand made items. Each piece is handmade and is food safe. Stop by and see more of her work for sale at The Joinery.
Fresh on the floor this week is our Tumalo Dining Table in Cherry. This table has a great trestle style that works for both traditional spaces and modern spaces. The table starts at 42" wide by 80" long and extends to 116" long. We have this one in Cherry for $3,405 along with one in Western Walnut for $3,746.
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.
The 24th Annual Serving Up Style event was held last week showcasing beautiful, whimsical environments created by several design teams for public display—all in the name of lupus awareness! Attendees had the opportunity to browse the show’s unique marketplace and view the products and services for building, remodeling, gardening and decorating. All proceeds will service initiatives of Molly’s Fund Fighting Lupus. Take a look below at a few of the winning dining rooms.
Taking home the Judges Choice Award this year was the above space by Stephanie Dyer Interiors + Product Design.
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.