The City's Best
From midcentury furniture to locally designed suits, the best of Portland’s thriving indie retail world awaits you.
Texas native Currie Person lets weird worlds collide, bringing her home goods shop to a new storefront on SE Grand.
With Orange Pippins Seed Society, a Portlander invites kids to play in the dirt.
The first weekend in June marks the return of the Portland Modern Home Tour.
Room & Board makes its Portland debut with a commitment to make the functional beautiful.
Our favorite finds of the moment.
West End: Shopping
Modern housewares to eclectic, high-end local designs, this pocket of downtown is a treasure trove for chic shoppers.
Knobs & Bulbs
At 41 years old, the sprawling shop is a legend of Portland oddity.
A horticultural therapy expert teaches us how to fight winter fatigue, curb stress, and garden like a pro.
The design company's new Pearl District location boasts 28,000 square feet dedicated to midcentury modern and contemporary furniture and home décor.
Last call? Never.
Wise Up: Get Crafty
It’s like summer camp forever.
Wise Up: Do It Yourself
Screen-printing to shoe cobbling, soapmaking to soldering, here are the city’s best places to make something with your hands.
Tinker your ideas into existence at Portland’s “gym for making stuff.”
Custom-painted Rorschach inkblots to fanciful barn owls, forget all your ideas about fusty wallpaper.
Kelly Clarke and Heather V. Keeling
Beautiful backpacks to custom claw-foot tubs, these Portland-designed goods are a step above.
Marty Patail and Eden Dawn
Portland makers have it dialed.
Artists Trish Grantham and Michael Paulus create striking, one-of-a-kind painted interiors across the city.
Heather V. Keeling
Oregon makers are in a class of their own.
BEST OF THE CITY 2016
Vintage Moroccan rugs to chill-vibes loungewear: these are our favorite things to wear, buy, and be inspired by.