Rejuvenation is pleased to celebrate the work of local artists with special pop-up shops in our Grand Avenue store. Like us, these artisans keep the handicraft tradition alive – and our city vibrant.
December 10 - January 31
Rachel Austin, paintings and maps | rachelannaustin.com
Rachel's paintings, note cards, and prints celebrate the simple beauty of everyday life. She also creates custom map paintings, so clients can personalize their own piece.
Arcalus [AR-kuh-lus] is a period design consulting resource like no other - a companion for old-house owners, architects, designers, writers, researchers, and preservation groups involved in projects where a meaningful connection to the past has high value.
Classic Sash and Door Co. Doing the job right means finding the best solution for you, your home, and your budget. Whether you own a classic bungalow, a mid-century modern ranch, or a mansion; with Classic Sash & Door your money works hard and it works smart.
The F&B cafe offers specials featuring seasonal, organic, and local produce and meats. Homemade sandwiches, salads, hot-grilled paninis, and soups are delicious lunch mainstays. Baked goods are available throughout the day for sweet beginnings or afternoon snacks. Stumptown coffee drinks are available in the café and in the lobby coffee bar; be on the lookout for occasional wine dinners.
Craftsman Design and Renovation is a nationally recognized design-build remodeling company rooted in a passion for Portland's quality homes. We love our work and the association it offers us with like-minded people, who value the history, craftsmanship, and beauty of vintage and quality built homes.
When you work with us, you collaborate with a team whose creative solutions fit your home's individual style and whose specially trained builders assure you a higher, craftsman-like standard of construction. Throughout, you have a partner who focuses not just on the end product, but also on your experience, from reliable communication to the respectful treatment of you and your home.”