A 26-post collection

Light & Layered: Introducing Bedding by Rejuvenation

Get ready, get creative, get comfortable. When we set out to create the perfect bedding, we kept one thing top of mind: comfort. Layers and layers of unparalleled comfort. We began with versatile, easy-to-care-for textiles. Take, for example, our Italian Percale sheeting which hails from Florence’s Tessitura Toscana Telerie. »

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, »

Outdoor Lighting Our Bloggers Love: Carson Warehouse Shades

Several years ago, when we first decided to offer warehouse lights, we turned to our two favorite sources: the Antiques & Vintage team and our historical archive of catalogs. Our designers soon found a favorite shade shape: an over-sized dome shown on a post light meant for a 1930s gas »

The Ins And Outs Of Outdoor Entertaining

With warmer days quickly approaching, blur the line between the indoors and out with favorite finds from our newest outdoor collections and easy updates to lighting, hardware, furniture, and decor that embrace simplicity while inviting guests to get comfortable and stay awhile. Made-in-Germany, our Newberg Beer Garden Collection makes itself »

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 »

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 »

Hardware Tips: Jewelry For Your Home

It's easy to get a handle on any room design with details that make all the difference. Built to last for years to come, handsome and hardworking pulls, knobs, and hooks offer function and form while pulling the room together. TIP #1: Change your hardware orientation to add interest and »

From Carbon to LED: Filament Bulbs

Our Portland factory has manufactured bare bulb light fixtures for over 20 years. We love the warmth of a carbon filament bulb, and its cozy glow harkens back to the dawn of lighting design, when bulbs were exposed to allow maximum diffusion of light. Carbon filament bulbs are beautiful — but »

The Hood: A Classic. Updated.

The Hood originated c. 1915 Debuted @ Rejuvenation c. 2010 Updated @ Rejuvenation c. 2016 The original our Hood is based on, from a Rejuvenation archive Wakefield lighting catalog, c. 1915 ![](/content/images/2016/02/hoodtriofori-a.jpg) Our first Hood reproduction c. 2010 (center) and two Hoods with updated shades (left and »

Multipendants Buying Guide

When just one light will just not do, create a unique lighting look that's all your own with our easy-to-customize multipendants in just five steps. 1 | CHOOSE A FIXTURE ![](/content/images/2015/11/HowtoMultipen_1.png) 2 | CHOOSE A BASE ![](/content/images/2015/11/HowtoMultipen_2.png) 3 | CHOOSE ORIENTATION »

House Tour: Modern Farmhouse with The Faux Martha

When we first began partnering with Melissa Coleman (aka: The Faux Martha), she and her family were in the initial phases of building a cozy modern farmhouse in Minneapolis. Over a long winter, complete with short days and snow storms, her vision of building a home from scratch took shape. »