Shopping Portland's SE Division

Shopping Portland's SE Division

Lise Harwin
Jan 15, 2009
When buying our home, we did a very careful assessment of Portland's neighborhoods, growth and development. And just five years ago, we knew that SE Division -- even above 39th -- was well on its way to being a hot spot. These days, the street is known for putting forth great breakfast (think Detour, Petite Provence and Genie's) and top-notch shopping for home and beyond. Oregon Home traveled up and down Division to pick out the very best, including these favorites for furniture, housewares and decorative accessories: TROPICAL SALVAGE: Formerly entombed wood gets new life as fine furniture. (2455 SE 11th) FLEUR DE LIS: Art and home accessories artfully arranged in this floral studio. (3588 SE Division) PORTICO: Sturdy furniture from reclaimed materials will catch homeowners’ eco-friendly eyes. (3630 SE Division) OLD PORTLAND HARDWARE & ARCHITECTURAL: Architectural salvage—think mantels, lights, doorknobs and windows—will jazz old-house lovers on the hunt. (4035 SE Division) EASE: Good art from emerging artists, funky art furniture and quirky home accessories and jewelry make for a way fun mix. (4823 SE Division) For more on these stores and a whole guide to the neighborhood, read on: So did Oregon Home miss anything? Do you have a favorite spot in the neighborhood that they overlooked?
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