How to Spiff Up That Box You Call a Home
Rejuvenation: A dose of style for your den, by way of Portland
When looking for furniture with genuine character, the flea market is king.
That is, if you delight in bargaining for genuine junk.
A better, more pedigreed alternative: Rejuvenation, the Portland-based home goods purveyor that knows from vintage, now open in Lincoln Park.
Rejuvenation (4 images)
The store is massive as it is handsome. To get you acquainted, we’ve put together eight essential items that’ll give your home the personality you seek.
Made by a family-owned company in North Carolina, this sofa provides a streamlined take on the traditional tufted sofa. $2,599 BUY IT HERE
Nothing brings the home together like a rug, right? Especially one of interesting color and print. The handwoven wool Buckman rug will work for entryways as well as other high-foot-traffic living areas. $249 – 849 BUY IT HERE
McBee Accent Lamp
The McBee is also inspired by an antique design, but it proves their design sensibility pairs well with modern architecture. $79 BUY IT HERE
Modernica Case Study Hex Stand
You can’t open an interior design book without spotting these hex pot stands from Modernica. And for good reason: they’re simple and stylish, and look good in any setting. $229 BUY IT HERE
Floyd Bar Cart
This bar cart is worthy of only the highest-shelf booze. Crafted from American Walnut with antique brass finishes, the Floyd bar cart has enough space for a few bottles and then some. $1,699 BUY IT HERE
Clinton Leather Wingback Chair
A staple of a man’s home is his leather chair. If you’re still holding court on the couch with a fuzzy throw pillow, we’d suggest upgrading to this modern nailhead-accented wingback. $2,299 – $2,499 BUY IT HERE
SYMBOL Stereo Console
Sometimes you want to throw a record on and chill out, other times you’re more focused on hosting than fussing with the tunes, so set up all your devices on this minimalist sound system and simply plug ‘em in. $3,999-$4,499 BUY IT HERE
Kyoto Ofuro Soaking Tub
One of the more unabashedly contemporary pieces from Rejuvenation, this Japanese-style bathtub crafted from Hinoki wood was made in Alaska. The design helps keep the water warm, and we’ll trust Alaskans on that one. $7,400 BUY IT HERE
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