Our Portland Flagship

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Light abounds in our spacious flagship showroom.

It took nine months of renovation to uncover the Factory’s original character in our 5,000 square foot showroom.  Massive old growth beams were revealed, original maple floors re-found and wood ceiling hand brushed clean.  The original storefront façade was restored and lost windows replaced.  Found local materials and wood salvaged from the building were used in the showroom partitions and display fixtures.   The resulting open space feels simultaneously historic and modern; the perfect backdrop for our line of classic fixtures, hardware, furniture and housewares.

Find inspiration from the space, our collection of products and our design library the next time you are in Portland.  And be sure to leave enough time to stop for coffee at the Ristretto Roasters café located adjacent to our showroom and take home flowers from Anna Mara Flowers, located within our showroom .




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