When Portland’s maker of handcrafted, solid wood furniture, the Joinery, decided to transform its downtown Portland, Oregon, pop-up shop into a permanent showroom, every square inch was considered.
Every woodworker at the Joinery contributed at least one permanent design element to the 4,700-square-foot space. These pieces included a custom whitewashed reclaimed fir and western walnut reception desk, a rift-sawn white oak kitchen, and a live-edge barn door featuring Krownlab’s Baldur hardware system, which handles the 150-pound slab while being ADA compliant.
Have something to say? Share your thoughts with us in the comments below.