Make a Statement With Vintage Furniture

Rejuvenation was founded in 1977 as an architectural salvage, lighting, and hardware restoration shop, and breathing new life into vintage pieces has been at the core of the business ever since. Each year, over 3,000 antique and vintage pieces are restored in Rejuvenation's Portland, Oregon, studio by a team of expert craftspeople. These unique treasures are collected by a team that travels the globe to bring one-of-a-kind pieces of vintage furniture, lighting, rugs, art and decor, and more directly to you. Whether you're carefully finishing a Mid-Century Modern home with period-specific furniture or looking for an Industrial cabinet for your living room, you'll find plenty of exciting options in Rejuvenation's collection of vintage and antique furniture.

Benefits of Buying Vintage

If you want to add a conversation piece to your home, opting for something vintage is a great option. Even if a piece of vintage furniture was mass-produced in its day, it's naturally going to be far less common now than something that is mass-produced today. If adorning your home with unique pieces with interesting histories is important to you, you will no doubt be drawn to antique and vintage items. Sustainability is another key benefit to buying vintage. The lovingly restored vintage furniture or decor that you bring home gets a second life instead of ending up in a landfill, and there is nothing more sustainable than that. vintage and antique wares also tend to be extremely well made of quality materials, increasing the likelihood that you can pass the piece down. Preserving a piece of history while adding something beautiful and unique to your home is the ultimate win-win.

Vintage and Antique Furniture Options

For something to be considered antique, it must have been made at least 100 years ago. Vintage items, however, must be a minimum of 20 years old. Rejuvenation's collection includes both vintage and antique furniture with Victorian tables circa 1890, Art and Crafts furniture from the 1910s, and Mid-Century sofas, and chairs from the 1960s. Regardless of the style of your home, a piece of antique or vintage furniture from the right era can either blend with your existing furniture or stand out as a real showpiece. Whether you're decorating for a specific time period or just looking to incorporate one or two vintage pieces that you love, you'll find lots of incredible options at Rejuvenation. Here are just a few of them:

  • Reupholstered Baughman Scoop Chair - Designer Milo Baughman forged a distinct path in American design during the mid-20th century, and his unmistakable designs have become synonymous with the look of the period. Circa 1960, this chair is an example of Baughman's iconic Scoop lounge chair. Lovingly reupholstered in mustard yellow wool, the chair is a true statement piece.
  • Industrial Workbench with Steel Storage Bins - This character-filled, 1930s-era workbench would make a beautiful and functional addition to your home. The workbench features steel drawers, an expansive solid wood top, and an overhang deep enough to allow for stool seating, making this stunning piece perfect for use as a kitchen island.
  • Victorian Walnut Drop Leaf Table - Circa 1890, this beautiful drop leaf table has been meticulously restored to maintain its character and authenticity. The table's joints, welds and closures have been tested and repaired as necessary, and the original surface has been preserved where possible. This versatile piece is 27-inches tall, 39-1/4 inches wide and 18-3/4 inches deep without the leaf. Fully open the table to extend the depth to 40-1/4 inches.
  • Pair of Salterini "Radar" Chairs - These iconic Radar chairs are the epitome of Mid-Century Modern elegance. Designed by Maurizio Tempestini for Italian manufacturer Salterini circa 1950, these outdoor chairs are in excellent condition and retain their original painted steel finish. Perfect for use indoors or out.