Standard TV and Appliance has been equipping Oregonians with fridges, washing machines, televisions, and other home furnishings for nearly 70 years. Founded in 1947 by Clement and Hazel Gander, the appliance experts swiftly outgrew their original location and today boast four (soon to be five) locations in and around Portland. Besides selling new machines from top brands, they sling deals on quality used appliances, offer parts and repair services, and babysit lonely range-tops during long vacations.
Today’s deal gets you $50 worth of lovely home furnishings for $25 at Sofa Table Chair. Whatever interior decoration it is you lack, Sofa Table Chair will spicy up your living room, family room, den, water closet, or danger room. Here are some of Cesar’s decorating tips (and you know they come with a side of his outrageous personality!):
With nine locations throughout the region, Mattress World Northwest brings healthful relaxing sleep to thousands of Oregonian bedrooms. Sean Hathaway and Sherri Hiner display an unshakeable state pride through their long success as an Oregon-based company, curating a huge selection of pillow-top, memory-foam, and gel mattresses from brands such as Englander, Sealy, and ComforPedic, and sporting matching tattoos of the official state farm animal.
Staying true to Sherri's motto of "do right and sleep tight," Mattress World Northwest not only helps friends and customers rest easy with an abundance of brand-name mattresses, but also remains active in the community through support of the Portland Police Sunshine Division and the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.
ECOpdx's craftspeople recover and import wood from local and tropical trees damaged in storms and harvested from building deconstructions to build 100% salvaged hardwood furniture. The 20-inch-tall strong bench can support posteriors or serve as an ad hoc soapbox ($150), and the trapezoidal peaceful balance side table easily supports daily accouterments such as cell phones, keys, blueprints to art museums, and sunglasses ($200). Stash a backpack-load of booty in the molucca spice chest ($250), or rest on the pithecanthropus bench, which juxtaposes a raw piece of wood atop contoured, curved legs joined by a crossbeam for added support ($325 for a short, $450 for a regular). The honey-colored solidarity table, a rounded night table with a drawer and an open shelf ensconced within its four legs, grants restorative REM cycles by keeping alarm clocks off of beds ($290).