antiques & vintage

A 25-post collection

Antiques & Vintage Spotlight: Porcelain Alabax Light Fixtures

The Pass & Seymour Inc. line of Alabax lighting promised a fixture that would not tarnish, rust or stain -- because it was made entirely of porcelain. Porcelain light fixtures first rose in prominence during the late 1920s. Their "sanitary" character, easy styling, range of colors, low costs, »

Antiques & Vintage Spotlight: Vintage in the Bedroom

The bedroom is a place of sanctuary and peace – a place of soft lighting and even softer bedding. It is also a room often filled with cherished, unique objects. When outfitting your bedroom with Rejuvenation’s new line of sheeting and textiles, don’t forget to consider mixing in one-of-a-kind »

Behind the Scenes: The Jennings Hotel

After purchasing the historic Jennings Hotel in sleepy Joseph, Oregon, entrepreneur Greg Hennes started a successful Kickstarter to help fund the remodeling of the small-town landmark built in the early 1900s. Working with interior designers, architects, textile artists, and Rejuvenation, he is restoring the interiors to their former glory (and »

Antiques & Vintage Spotlight: Tales from Round Top

For Rejuvenation Antiques & Vintage, the hunt for each artifact is just as important as the item’s history. Our talented team of buyers travels the country in search of the right mix of objects: from opulent to functional, we’re looking for anything with a story to tell. Recently, »

Antiques & Vintage Spotlight: Welcome to Wall Décor

One of the missions of Rejuvenation’s Antiques & Vintage department is to preserve and refresh the items that come our way. We pride ourselves in our standards of restoration, going to any length to give new life to our antiques. In our continuous endeavor to protect the artifacts we »

Portland Flea + Food: Shop Local The Last Sunday Of Every Month

Join us the last Sunday of every month for PORTLAND FLEA + FOOD, a new monthly market in collaboration with Portland Flea and Jacobsen Salt Co. After hosting one of Portland's premier makers' and vintage home goods markets for almost two years, we proudly invite you to shop even more local »

Backyard History: Outdoor Furniture Then and Now

When looking for patio decor inspiration, look no further than the Mid-Century design movement. The post-war era saw a boom in leisure time, with planned communities springing up around major cities. Each neighborhood had houses with little picket fences and each house had a patio, complete with a charcoal grill »

The Hunt is On!

For the Antiques and Vintage department at Rejuvenation, the hunt is just as important as the find. We spend weeks out of every year tracking down the perfect treasures for our trove, hauling them back to Portland to put them through lengthy restoration, all so that we can provide the »

Our Take On Green: Antiques & Vintage

Ever on the hunt for one-of-a-kind antique treasures and rare vintage pieces, our team travels America searching for lighting, hardware, furniture, and other historically significant pieces that stand the test of time. Salvaged from large antique shows, estate sales, and a handful of pickers across the country, pieces are revived »

The Collected Kitchen

The kitchen is the heart of every home (or at the very least, it’s the stomach). It is also a place where functionality is key, so each piece must be carefully chosen for maximum usefulness. Our collection of Antiques & Vintage kitchen essentials will allow you to to find »

Get The Look: Vintage Map Room

Salvaged as part of a collection of classroom maps from the Eastern Washington Teaching University, these mid-century scroll-down maps were drawn for and distributed by one of the most trusted map, globe and chart companies in American history: Denoyer-Geppert of Chicago, IL. This inviting space, warmly-lit by a 1940's Crouse »