STUDIOMOE: An elegant, simple specimen made from sustainably harvested American ash, the Oslo chair is the perfect addition to any dining room. studiomoe.com, $750 (Available exclusively at SITTE modern)
WESSINGER (top): The tripod-like Hilltop lounge is crafted from Oregon white oak and black walnut to maximize all-season coziness. The arms allow the resting of a hot cup of tea—or a frosty pint of beer—while the upholstery allows for long-haul bibliophile sessions. wessingerwoodworks.com, $2,350 (Available exclusively at SITTE modern) PHLOEM STUDIO (bottom): Ben Klebba’s Gorge-based furniture shop produces timeless pieces that ooze modernity, like this squat walnut and leather
Peninsula chair. phloemstudio.com, starting at $3,200
FERNWEH (top): This Scandanavian-inspired sling chair is crafted and sanded down from white ash in Justin Nelson’s tiny Bend workshop, hiding seams and joints beneath silky smooth, hand-shaped forms. fernwehwoodworking.com, $4,200 QUARTER TWENTY (bottom): Fun fact: Japanese baseball players dislike the sound of hollow metal bats, so they use cork discs inside to deaden the pop—the same cork discs that make up this custom conveyor belt chair, designed originally for a furniture show. Only three exist so far; one was commissioned by a Nike designer. “I’ve got enough cork for another chair,” says Quartertwenty founder Matthew Bietz. “Just waiting for another person to want one!” qtr20.com, $4,000 (Available exclusively at SITTE modern)
THE JOINERY (top): Crafted in the Joinery’s Southeast Portland woodshop, the Celilo dining chair is made from western walnut with a geometric basket-weave pattern. thejoinery.com, $744–1,374 ARROW (bottom): The Frank chair takes its cues from the common Shaker ladder-back chair, but elevates it with a shaped profile and careful grain choice.
arrowfurnitureworks.com, price varies depending on order