MadeHere, a retailer of locally made goods, recently added a location that sells furniture. The 2,000-square-foot shop, inside the ADX Campus, 1015 SE Stark St., features chairs, couches, tables, beds, and more by Portland manufacturers such as Revolution Design House, Bolster Furniture & Design, and Harkavy Furniture.
A family-owned company, Kuhnhausen’s has been operating since 1919. The store at 2640 E. Burnside St. carries traditional, modern, and casual furnishings, including lamps and pieces for the home office. Kuhnhausen’s emphasizes buying locally and offers furniture made by Biltwell Furniture in Portland and Whittier Wood Furniture in Eugene, Oregon.
This family-owned furniture showroom at 923 NW 10th Ave. 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.
Portland FurnitureThis furniture boutique at 908 NW 23rd Ave. sells custom-made sofas, sectionals, chairs, and beds, plus a wide array of accent tables, rugs, lighting, art, and accessories. The store also provides interior-design services. Its manufacturers include Biltwell Furniture, a Portland manufacturer.
City HomeThis locally owned business, with locations at 217 SE Taylor St. and 825 NW Davis St., sells both vintage finds and new furniture and home décor that’s inspired by midcentury modern design. One-hour on-site consultations are available, and the fee is waived with the purchase of a product from City Home.
What’s New? FurnitureAnother family-owned business, What’s New? Furniture, at 439 SE Grand Ave., sells both locally manufactured sofas and unique consigned pieces, with an emphasis on midcentury 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 Ave. also carries furniture for every room. The furniture is heirloom-quality, and the vintage pieces Rejuvenation carries are high-end.
Hawthorne Vintage Modern
If you’re looking for midcentury modern, you’ll find plenty of teak and Scandinavian design in this 7,000-square-foot shop at 4722 SE Hawthorne Blvd. The store also now hosts a space occupied by I Heart Retro, which downsized from its own stand-along shop but still carries retro furniture and décor for a wide range of budgets. Click here for more information.
Legacy ModernThis store at 1530 SE Seventh Ave. brings together fine vintage furniture and décor from across the United States and around the world, from original Stickley chairs and tables to a World War II-era runway spotlight from Germany to 1960s Danish teak credenzas. For more information visit their website.
This “eclectic emporium showcasing an ever-changing variety of midcentury furnishings, décor and lamps” now has two locations, a block apart, at 1310 and 1426 SE Hawthorne Blvd. For more information visit their website.
The Good Mod
The showroom and workshop of this midcentury furniture house grace the fourth floor of 1313 Burnside St. The Good Mod carries classy vintage art, lighting, and furniture pieces and also restores, upholsters, designs, and builds its own line of Danish-inspired furniture.
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.