Portland photographer Chuck Shmidt finds himself drawn to an unusual element of home decor.
From stately planters to chill mugs to one-of-a-kind sake sets, there’s something for everyone.
You can’t single-handedly heal the world of its many ills. But you can create order at home and clear your own head in the process.
“We’re all stuck inside. We’re all doing homeschool,” Kula Mercer says. “But you lay out a beautiful tablecloth and some fresh flowers and suddenly [home] fe...
Little Joys of Summer
From book binding to wood burning, put these stay-at-home hours to good use and learn something new.
When you don’t gotta go to work, work, work, but you gotta put in work, work, work.
Flower-adorned fireplace inserts. Fox and grapevine mosaics. 3-D fish leaping across shower walls. Your imagination is the only limit.
Land Bird's tiny porcelain vessels are hand-thrown in Wren, Oregon.
The iconic brand opens its second biggest US location in the former Meier & Frank space.
Marty Patail and Eden Dawn
Ditch the decorative gourds.
Sandals to stylish baskets, these local entrepreneurs expand a community-minded ethos around the globe.
Based in Astoria, Munktiki's slip-cast stoneware mugs are limited-edition, hot-ticket items.
Welcome to the throne zone.
Beverly James Neel
Now in its 20th year, Milwaukie's Davis Graveyard is a creepy-wonderful, nationally known destination.
Sam Pape and Chris Davis
MadeHere opens its fourth location within the walls of Portland’s largest community workshop.
Giant party games and wood-burning chimineas help get the party started.
SMG Collective's new showroom is all about home inspiration.
August & Wonder's beautiful brass sculpture responds to 11 stock market indices and four cryptocurrencies.
At Via Raiz, owner Jennifer Bolanos puts her family's Mexican roots on display.