If you could be easier on the environment without giving up electricity or binge-watching House of Cards, would you be interested? Sure, who wouldn't be? As long as my suggestion is painless. And it is: Go to the farmers market on the weekend instead of the grocery store.
More and more, Oregonians want to know who, where and with what their products are being made. So as we crept out of the darkness of an Oregon winter, we sought out handcrafted items that embodied our states, entrepreneurial spirit and welcomed a new spring.
Designed for simplicity, and functionality, the Brooklyn desk is crafted from the highest quality Baltic birch plywood. Slim, rounded legs and removable storage create a modern and sleek design. The desk surface has 3 different height settings, so it can adjust for growing children to create the perfect spot for reading, writing and activities to come.
Ugly Art Room, the roving curatorial art project moved from Brooklyn, NY to Corvallis, OR on Thursday, Nov. 19th for its inaugural Pacific Northwest exhibition, a postcard show called “Paradise” which explores the theme of travel, place and presentation. The show has over 100+ original artworks mailed from around the world and includes many local Oregon artworks.