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Go Local With These 10 Portland Furniture/Design Stores

Posted by Lane Cooper on Oct 10, 2022 10:00:00 AM

Are you in the market for furniture in the Portland area and not sure where to go? It turns out that the city has a wealth of local furniture stores selling a broad range of new and vintage items for your home, many of them made in Oregon. Whether you’re looking for modern and sleek or eclectic and unique, these 15 Portland Furniture Stores are bound to have something you’ll love.


#1 Urbanite

Urbanite, located at 1005 SE Grand Avenue, can help bring your vision of interior design to life. Their team works with vintage homes and pieces, as well as new items. There is no lifespan of decor that they can not make look fresh and new! This unique spot is the place to find makers and designers all in one space.


This family-owned furniture showroom at 4519 NE Fremont Street features custom, hand-built sofas, sectionals, chairs, and other cushioned seating. A custom furniture design studio, Perch Furniture works with the customer to design each piece, which is then made by family-owned manufacturers in Los Angeles.

#3 Portland furniture

This “furniture boutique” at 908 NW 23rd Avenue sells custom-made pieces, handcrafted in 6-8 weeks. You’ll find everything from sofas, sectionals, chairs, and beds, plus all the accessories and accents to pull your space together. Not sure what you’re looking for? Use their interior design services for a complete look that is sure to dazzle.


This locally owned business, with locations at 1101 SE 3rd Avenue and 390 N State Street, sells both vintage finds and new furniture and home décor that’s inspired by mid-century modern design. Their mission is all about loving others as they love unique design in order to let one’s creativity fly free.


Another family-owned business, What’s New? Furniture, at 439 SE Grand Avenue, sells both locally manufactured sofas and unique consigned pieces, with an emphasis on mid-century furniture and décor, antiques, contemporary and modern designs, and local artwork. What’s New’s sofas are made in Woodburn, Oregon, by Dan Frederick Furniture. What's New? also features pieces from local artists.


This “lighting and house parts general store” had its roots as an architectural salvage shop in Portland, but now has high-end stores across the country. Rejuvenation still makes most of its extensive selection of reproduction light fixtures at its Portland facility, and the store at 1100 SE Grand Avenue. also carries furniture for every room. The furniture is heirloom-quality, and the vintage pieces Rejuvenation carries are high-end.


If you’re looking for mid-century modern, you’ll find plenty of teak and Scandinavian design in this 7,000-square-foot shop at 499 SE 2nd Avenue. The store also now hosts a space occupied by I Heart Retro, which downsized from its own stand-alone shop but still carries retro furniture and décor for a wide range of budgets.


This store at 2105 SE 7th Avenue brings together fine vintage furniture and décor from across the United States and around the world. You’ll find everything from original Stickley chairs and tables to a World War II-era runway spotlight from Germany to 1960s Danish teak credenzas.


This “eclectic emporium showcasing an ever-changing variety of mid-century furnishings, dĂ©cor, and lamps” is located at 1426 SE Hawthorne Boulevard. 


Midcentury furniture and décor for home and office, reclaimed and restored, are this store's specialty. The Red Snapper, at 11049 SE Main St. in Milwaukie, in the southern part of the Portland metro area, also offers interior design services.


Mid-century furniture and décor for home and office, reclaimed and restored, are this store’s specialty. The Red Snapper, at 11049 SE Main Street in Milwaukie also offers interior design services. They work to restore quality Danish and American furniture.


Renowned for curating an exceptional collection, Nomadic Vintage stands out as a premier destination for discerning rug enthusiasts, offering a distinctive range of exquisite Anatolian one-of-a-kind, handcrafted rugs. This unique shop is located at 516 SE Morrison Street and also provides expert rug repairs and appraisals.


Nestled at 1826 NW 18th Avenue in Portland, Kush Rugs is not just a store—it's a commitment to ethical business practices. Their dedication to these principles ensures that every rug offered is not only unique but also crafted with genuine care. At Kush Rugs, they believe in the art of rug-making with a conscience, providing you exquisite pieces with the assurance that each one is created with meticulous attention and true care.


For intricate reupholstery and bespoke upholstery solutions, Kepler’s is a great option. This store, located at 12511 SW Main Street, focuses primarily on mid-century upholstery and refinishing, leather, and custom-built furniture. Their expertise extends beyond fabric, encompassing premium leather treatments and the creation of custom-built furniture. At Kepler’s, they blend craftsmanship with a passion for design, ensuring that each piece is not just restored or crafted but becomes a timeless expression of your unique style.


The House of Vonne, located at 1512 SE 7th Avenue, is your destination for custom furniture, banquettes, cushions, and more. Offering personalized solutions, they go beyond the ordinary by providing custom window treatments and expert material sourcing. Experience a blend of craftsmanship and tailored design at The House of Vonne, where every detail is crafted to reflect your unique style.

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Many of these stores offer custom furniture-making services. Don't you want the same level of personalization and care in your home design? That's what we offer at COOPER Design Build: intentional, client-driven design and construction services. We've created beautiful living spaces in Portland for over thirty years. Let us help you create yours today

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