In 1947, Neil B. Kelly created his own remodeling company with just $100 in his pocket; today, the company is recognized nationally with locations in: Portland, Eugene, Lake Oswego, and Bend. They are known for their innovative design, craftsmanship, and using green sustainable products with a specialty focus on cabinetry and countertops. Neil Kelly's mission is very similar to The Joinery's concept which makes them one of our favorite companies right here in Portland. 

Michael and Liam


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We have our elegant Modern 7-Drawer Dresser fresh on the floor this week.

Modern 7-Drawer Dresser

The combination of Western Walnut with the dresser's stainless steel pulls is particularly striking and beautiful.

If you've stopped into our showroom recently you might have noticed the adorable little green plants that we have accenting our furniture. These are air plants, also known as Tillandsia.


Air plants are epiphytes which means that they don't need soil to grown, instead they absorb water and nutrients through their leaves.

We have a dashing Western Walnut Siskiyou Entry Table that’s fresh on the floor this week. The table has a gorgeous stripe of sapwood down the center giving it an incredibly unique look.

Lately we've been doing some refreshing and reorganizing in the showroom in anticipation of spring (which we hope is just around the corner!). We now have a new set of Tufenkian Rugs in a whole range of colors and patterns from gentle pastels to deep and rich earth tones. Some of our favorites include:

Tufenkian Carpet

Fresh on the floor this week is an absolutely gorgeous Contemporary Pedestal Table in Madrone with 6 matching V Back Chairs also in Madrone.  This is one of the most amazing Madrone sets we have built to date.

Madron Contemporary Table

The Madrone tones on the table and chairs are a unique blend of reds and purples with an almost iridiscent quality.

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We have a beautiful Tansu Sideboard that’s fresh on the floor this week. Shown in Eastern Walnut, the Tansu has plenty of storage storage space in a slim and elegant form.

Tansu Sideboard

We have an exciting announcement to make! Starting next month we will be having the first in a series of hands on classes where you'll have the opportunity to learn how to make your own piece of Joinery furniture.

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We recently had several bookcases that we wanted to find good homes for. We created a post on Facebook asking our followers to nominate local nonprofits who they thought could benefit from a bookcase donation. We had such a wonderful response and were able to quickly find a host of happy recipients. The nonprofits who received our bookcases are: