16 Portland Resources for Interior Designers

In my last post, I mentioned Bloomsbury Antiques & Curiosities, Grand Marketplace and Bernadette Breu. Below I've listed 16 additional resources for Portland's interior designers, in no particular order:

  1. Maison offers some of the most swell-egant home furnishings in Stumptown. They also have a cadre of interior designers. Check out their portfolio at maisoninc.com.
  2. Rejuvenation, located in an early 1900 historic building, you'll find lighting, hardware, furniture, decor, salvaged and restored antiques. It's a Wes Anderson prop stylist's dream. There's also a yummy cafe inside. rejuvenation.com.
  3. Schoolhouse Electric for period/modern lighting, furniture & accessories. schoolhouselectric.com
  4. Bradshaw Frame Gallery custom frames everything imaginable and can print and frame your digital files. bradshawgallery.net
  5. NW Rugs has 3 locations: Beaverton, Jantzen Beach and Wilsonville. They have rugs in almost every color, pattern and size imaginable; including natural and synthetic, machine-made and hand-made. Their prices range from $40 to above $16,000. nwrugs.com
  6. Kravet's gorgeous showroom will make you want to design something, anything; just to use their beautiful textiles. In addition to carrying their own line of residential, commercial and indoor/outdoor fabrics, they also offer Ralph Lauren Home, Barbara Barry, Candice Olson, Diane Von Furstenberg, Jonathan Adler, Kelly Wearstler, Thom Felicia, and many, many more. They also sell furniture, trimmings, carpets, drapery hardware and wall coverings. kravet.com
  7. Linde Ltd sells textiles, carpets, wall coverings, furniture and lighting. Their fabric lines include Anna French, Cowtan & Tout, Manuel Canovas, Thibaut and Vervain. lindeltd.com
  8. Bedford & Brown Tucked away on NW Vaughn Street, this little store front masks a cavernous space of furniture, lighting, accessories, found objects, art, gifts, plants, and garden objects. bedfordbrown.com
  9. Globe Lighting has multiple locations throughout Oregon. They sell every imaginable form of lighting, in addition to ceiling fans, bathroom hardware, and home decor. globelighting.com
  10. Nest Don't be deceived by Nest's website. Their showroom is a beautifully organized, and welcoming space to showcase the most sought-after names in home furnishings. nestportland.com
  11. Pratt & Larson OMG, please let me win the lottery so that I can design the house of my dreams with tile from Pratt & Larson. They sell their own line of tiles, plus national brands, in hundreds of glazes and shapes, including traditional and contemporary styles; and give tours of their on-site factory. prattandlarson.com
  12. Contract Furnishings Mart If you're looking for an in-town, quick and easy place to shop for all your carpet, flooring, tile, countertops and cabinetry, CFM is worth checking out. cfmfloors.com
  13. Calico This is not your grandmother's Calico Corners. You can find contemporary and traditional fabric, window treatments, furniture, bedding and accessories beautifully organized by color. calicocorners.com
  14. ProDesign Located in Tigard, this is another convenient one-stop shop for carpet, flooring, tile, countertops, blinds, and cabinets. prodesign123.com
  15. Castellano sells custom furniture and and also provides furniture refurbishing. castellanofurniture.com
  16. The Rebuilding Center salvages and sells building materials from deconstructed residential, commercial and industrial projects. They also help projects qualify for the USGBC's LEED Certification. rebuildingcenter.org