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Our customers swear by the quality, lifelong durability and sheer beauty of our handcrafted hardwood furniture. So once a year we turn the tables — along with the chairs, beds, and bookcases — with an exclamation of our own:

SALE!

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If you want a taste of one of the most exhilarating sustainability crusades in the country, we can tell you this: it tastes a lot like gin. You can sample it for yourself this Thursday, Sept. 10, during the Juniper & Gin BBQ hosted by Sustainable Northwest — a truly innovative non-profit which lately has made Juniper do some amazing things for local communities besides flavor their Tanqueray.

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Since we recently set down a few rules of thumb for picking the perfect coffee table, a natural sequel is an entrée to end tables, a.k.a., occasional tables.

Please join us at our downtown flagship store to celebrate the debut of our 2015 catalog, featuring gorgeous vignettes and new product designs.

Our catalog is the only thing we make that isn’t designed for a lifetime of viability. Come see what’s new and celebrate another year of partnership and possibilities.

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“A man has made a start on discovering the meaning of human life when he plants shade trees under which he knows he will never sit.”

We think that’s a fine reflection on the real riches of giving — so fine, in fact, that The Joinery plans to do just that, both figuratively and literally, as part of Woodstock Gives Back: a day dedicated to local nonprofits by the community of businesses on and about the street where we work.

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Entryways today are the vestiges of a once great empire. 

In both design and decor the entryway can and should be the preamble for everything to come. Whether your idea for a great introduction is the first four notes of Beethoven’s Ninth or Keith Richard’s opening guitar riff in “Satisfaction,” your entryway can be the tone-setter for your tastes and habits and time of year.

By whatever fate finds The Joinery showroom stocking hardwood furniture on a street called Woodstock, it kindles a certain sense of, ahem, mission here. We mean to keep our wood stock fresh and flourishing, appropriate to the season, and with new growth continually bursting forth. So you’re always rewarded for taking a new walk of discovery through our woods.

This month we’ve restocked, rearranged and reimagined the entire showroom to spotlight our newest designs and exhibit some one-of-a-kind showpieces.

Here’s our latest and greatest Woodstock sequel:

For Argyle Winery, the project of expanding its tasting room and hospitality facility had a focus on blending the past with the present.

While that intent included retaining the “feel” of the production facility that formerly stood on the Dundee campus, it also extended into a very literal sense of utilizing the same building materials from the old structures, which were carefully deconstructed by crews over the past eight months.

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