Miller Paint is a Northwest based company that has been supplying paint and coatings for the Pacific Northwest since 1890.
With 37 stores throughout Oregon and Washington, a healthy assortment of private dealers, and 40+ Fred Meyer locations, we most likely have a store near you if you're in Oregon or Washington!
Kaleidoscope Paint offers more than 3,000 liquid-color samples from the Benjamin Moore paint palette, a convenient resource that allows prospective painters to evaluate a color before prematurely transforming their walls. The professional color consultants are on site Monday–Saturday (11 a.m.–3 p.m.) to provide expert assistance and laser retinas to match paisley furniture and plaid preferences with the most relevant color for surrounding walls. Once a shade has been solidified, Kaleidoscope Paint has all the necessary interior and exterior tips and tools to complete the job, whether you're going the DIY route or paying the kid neighbor in broken bicycles and empty promises. Per gallon, Benjamin Moore prices range from $29.95 for No V.O.C. Eco Spec paints, to $46.95 for Regal Eggshell paint, to $54.95 for Bath and Spa paints.
NW Greenlands' staff crafts a compost blend for vineyards, nurseries, yards, and gardens that the dedicated gardening experts make by carefully balancing temperature, moisture, and microbial activity for a finished product approved by the Organic Materials Review Institute. This is no small feat—six months to one year after it’s created, compost must to prove its quality by passing a screening and spontaneously producing a single red rose. Customers can choose from NW Greenlands’ variety of compost blends, including fine garden compost made with 100% plant matter, or potting soil, which contains pumice, peat moss, and E-Mix, which is packed with extra vitamins and minerals. Sandy loam breaks up stubborn clay and fills in holes. Greenlands’ staff can also whip up custom compost blends for gardeners that are tailored to the specific qualities of their soil.
Come late July, plumes of lavender-scented steam arise from Mountainside Lavender’s still and drift through the cool mountain air. As the season winds down, the farm’s experts set to work extracting the essential oils from their crop via the millennia-old practice of steam distillation. With more than 20 varieties of french and english lavender dotting the side of Chehalem Mountain, farmers have more than enough buds to choose from for their small batches of oil, which many prize for its calming effects. What doesn’t end up bottled may debut in the farm’s selection of handmade soaps, massage oils, and eye pillows.
In addition to incorporating the potent herb into therapeutic goods, farmers open their fields to visitors, who can gather bunches of english and french lavender varietals that burst into purple, pink, and white blooms. They also welcome guests to pause from plucking, smelling, or explaining the concept of private property to bumblebees so they can savor a picnic lunch while soaking up views of Mount Hood and Saint Helens.