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Company Overview

Rejuvenation is built on a passionate love affair with history, architecture, and bringing back the best lighting and house parts ever made. We obsess over the details of period authenticity and great design like no one else.

Rejuvenation began in 1977 as an architectural salvage shop in a roughhewn Portland, Oregon neighborhood. Founder Jim Kelly began the business with $1,000 and an eye for discarded architectural treasures. When the salvage trade was slow, Kelly rebuilt vintage light fixtures he found amidst the castoffs. Demand for the fixtures grew until eventually Kelly began manufacturing period-authentic lighting in his Portland factory for customers throughout the United States.

We've grown a lot since 1977, but we've never lost focus on exceptional craftsmanship, carefully chosen materials, and countless opportunities for customization. From chandeliers to doorknobs, sofas to mirrors, restored antiques to vintage finds, we have everything you need to rejuvenate your whole home, your way.

Our Environment

Being environmentally responsible is in our DNA. Founder Jim Kelly began with the model that the most sustainable building is one that’s already built. Then we built on that idea by manufacturing our own lighting right here in Portland, Oregon.

Our Community

At Rejuvenation, we believe we must value the past while working toward the future. Founded in 1977 as an architectural salvage store, our company is built on a commitment to socially responsible business practices. We put our beliefs into action in the communities where we live and work.

Made In the USA

Our hardwired lighting is assembled and finished right here in Portland, Oregon. Beyond our commitment to working with local craftspeople, we try to use as many American-made parts as we can. Most of our shades are American-made by small family-owned glass manufacturers.