For the last six years, Salvage Works’ sibling owners Rachel Browning and Preston Browning have dealt in repurposing lumber from old barns and houses found all across Oregon and Southern Washington. In addition to selling the wood itself, they also build custom furniture, tables, shelves, mantelpieces, accent walls and a variety of other unique pieces.
Brittainy Tiffany has taken a rather unusual path to success in the Portland-area interior design world. Today Tiffany Home Design, based in Wilsonville, stages hundreds of homes a year throughout Oregon and Southwest Washington.
Inspired by the unfussy freshness of country living, we curated some of our favorite farmhouse accessories to help you lasso the design inspiration needed to achieve that country-home feel no matter where you live.
Writer Sophia Bennett and photographer Matthew Eaton explore the history and beauty of Oregon barns. "They captured my imagination," Eaton says when asked what he loves about barns. "Over decades of providing protection and fighting gravity, the character they developed was largely forgotten by all but a few who took notice of their crooked frames, bulging belt-lines and thinning roofs and saw beauty not only in the total package but in the individuality of their parts.”
In this Oregon Home Web Exclusive, we have Adam and Jackie Sappington's favorite recipes from their new cookbook Heartlandia: Heritage Recipes from Portland's The Country Cat.