We Went Shopping Salvage Style


Each one of G Roslie’s bags are carefully
hand-stitched this one uses hemp 
canvas and vintage leather. Little Redwood 
Tote,, $350.




We often don’t know what our homes lack until we’ve serendipitously stumbled on that one special item. With this in mind, we’ve spent days exploring a few of Oregon’s finest design stores, and we’ve discovered some truly remarkable salvaged, reclaimed and repurposed items that will give a much-needed dose of character to any room. Here, we show off a few of our favorites.

Keep scrolling to see our favorite finds!


Organize with this galvanized bin, originally produced in the 1930s to store electrical parts. Vintage Storage Basket,, $75.


Rebecca Pearcy wasn’t willing to waste an inch. She uses the scraps of her original designs to make these playful Bunting Banners. Sewn in-house at the Queen Bee studio., $38.


Leland Duck works closely with his clients to create one-of-a-kind pieces for their home or workplace. This midcentury Danish chair has been recovered in field-worn canvas tents from World War II. WW2 Canvas Chair,, $1,895.


Ben McCay and David Reece are two native Oregonians who have carefully deconstructed Oregon barns for future reuse. Douglas Book Case., $425.


Rejuvenation has long been the place to go for one-of-a-kind antique hardware, vintage lighting and restored antiques. Shown here, a 1920s European-style wrought strap chandelier. Heraldic Chandelier,, $725.


Jonathan Short owns an antique shop, paints vintage-style landscapes and creates these retro-style, beachy signs, as shown here. Junk Monkey, 47581 Highway 58, Oakridge, OR,


Timeline, a company based in Hillsboro, OR, is partnering with Real Carriage Door Company to offer this exclusive line of interior sliding barn doors made of new sustainable lumber and eco-friendly finishes. Blue Chalk,, $820.


Aurora Mills, located in Aurora, OR, is a huge warehouse filled with historic and vintage architectural materials. And what’s more, they’ve just opened a second shop in Portland (70 SE Salmon St.)! Dome Top Wooden Trunk,, $195.