WINDOW SHOP • 28th

Thread and Whisk

Thread & Whisk

Thread & Whisk is a small-batch culinary product company co-owned and operated by Carey and Meri. As the designer and maker, Carey is the thread of the duo, reminding us that great days are a series of well-spent moments all stitched together. Meri, the chef and journalist, is the whisk, nudging us to whip a little air into the cream to make it worthy of a celebration. Together, they make beautiful tools designed to enhance your cooking and making endeavors, like these culinary totes!

Montegute

Ethan Simmons

A Portland-based woodworking and fabrication company started by Ethan Simmons. From stools and benches to accessories like plant stand risers and book ends, the wide variety of wooden home goods are all hand made by Ethan.

Portland Pillow Prince

Tyler Snover founded Portland Pillow Prince to bring custom, luxury designer goods to your home. Based around a philosophy to “creating beautiful spaces one pillow at a time,” Tyler specializes in gorgeous, handcrafted one-of-a-kind pillows, but also makes tote bags as well!

Tostado Coffee

Tostado Coffee Roasters

Tostado Coffee Roasters is a specialty small-batch coffee roaster company based in Portland founded by Adriana Lopez. All of Tostado’s beans are sustainable and farmed in the Sierra Madre Mountains of Chiapas and Oaxaca, Mexico, but roasted and packed in Portland. Through this, Adriana hopes to support indigenous communities through fair trade sourcing and create awareness of all the people’s hard work behind a single cup of great coffee.

Hew

Hew is a Portland-based furniture and small wares company founded in 2013 by Sterling Collins. As a talented architectural designer turned woodworker, Sterling seeks to create handmade, quality pieces meant to last a lifetime — mating timeless beauty with timeless utility. All of Hew’s products and archetypes are made using only domestic hardwoods.

Honey Bee
Lemonades & Syrups

Originally serving out of a window of a food cart, Andrea Wade’s Honeybee Lemonade Syrups are now on market shelves throughout Portland. Andrea strives to create flavors that are reminiscent of Jamaican tradition while tying in the flavors and colors of the Pacific Northwest. All Honeybee Lemonade Syrups are all-natural and made by hand with whole fruit.

Essance Skincare

Learning about the benefits and remedies of plant-based Chinese medicine based on Yin and Yang energy, the founder and creator started researching and experimenting with skincare products in her free time. Eventually, through the experience as a skincare project manager, Jasmine was able create specific herbal skincare formulations herself with Chaga Mushroom, Teas, Ginseng, and Dragon’s Blood — all of which are now the basis of today’s Essance skincare products that we all know and love. Each product is a powerhouse of natural and organic ingredients meant to revitalize, heal, and protect the skin.

CarpentryPDX

CarpentryPDX is a Portland-based general contracting and fabrication team. They have over 20 years of experience in commercial builds, architectural installations, residential innovations, and furniture products. When they aren’t working on like contracting projects, they create small wooden home goods like these!

Oomph Cooking

Started as a journey to help alleviate their daughter’s allergies and eczema, Oomph Cooking Blends grew organically from Christine and her husband’s experiences in their home kitchen. After a dehydration experiment, Oomph was born. Using a combination of dehydrated and milled vegetables and herbs, these cooking blends help you easily add deliciousness and nutrients to ANY dish you make. They recently just launched their limited edition holiday blends and free holiday recipe collection!

Just Joey Rose

Just Joey Rose

Joey Rose Cardoso is a locally based-artist and designer who specializes in making wearable sculptures. Just Joey Rose’s line of jewelry is all made from a combination of leather, bone, and other organic materials that reflect the relationship between the body and natural world. She hopes to redefine the meaning of jewelry through this collection of wearable art, reflecting a sense of playfulness for the effortlessly bold.

Goddamn Man Co.

Goddamn Man Co is a unique women-owned, moto-inspired men’s body and beard care brand. As the founder, Jaime wanted to create a brand that not only help men look, smell, and feel good everyday, but also a brand that reflects their love for motorcycles, respect for the environment, and sense of humor — poking fun at hyper-masculinity while also embracing it and the qualities of men. A Goddamn Man is the epitome of manliness: beard, brains, brawn, and bike, but also kind, a feminist, and cares about social issues and the environment.

Brad Lamoureux

Brad Lamoureux is Portland-based carpenter by trade who found his creative outlet in pottery. As a founding member of the Sequence Collective, a collective who serves artists with full-time jobs, Brad’s pottery combines architectural lines with reality-driven function. All of his pieces are wheel-thrown and hand built.

Plan B

Founder Tim Miller created Plan B Salvation in 2016 as a side business to sell a few reclaimed woodwork builds for fun. His wood cornhole sets gained popularity and since then, his business has blossomed into a wide variety of custom builds including games, furniture, cutting boards, and more. Tim loves the story behind reclaimed wood and seeks to utilize it as much as possible with minimal waste. All of Plan B Salvation’s wood is sourced locally in Portland.

Madre

Madre was founded with with the vision to create linen home essentials that are as close to 100% domestic as possible. All of their products are sewn domestically and through every purchase, they hope that they can signal to farmers and other linen industry stakeholders that there is demand for Oregon linen. As two women deeply stirred by mothering, Shay and Jeanie strive to offer home essentials that promote a nourishing home, while continuing their aspirations for a feminine economy.

Fei Goods

Two sisters blending, melting, pouring, and moulding beautiful, modern goods by hand. Blends of basil, lemon, jasmine, rose, lily, musk and sandalwood in soy wax that will burn for 35 hours to sooth.

The Bitter Housewife

The Bitter Housewife

Founded by wife and husband team, Genevieve and Dan Brazelton, the company’s passion for flavor-driven beverages inspired a line of handcrafted, all-natural bitters accessible to the everyday consumer. In 2019, they launched their ready-to-drink beverage, Bitters & Soda in a can. The Bitter Housewife Bitters & Soda is a zero-proof, zero-calorie beverage with a balanced, yet bitter finish that satisfies any time of day.

Spalted Burl Woodworks

Spalted Burl is Portland-based woodworks company founded by Mat Dunstan. Like his personality, Mat seeks to create handcrafted specialty home goods that are simple. From wooden vases to bowls, plates, and more, they all have a simple yet modern aesthetic created for timeless functionality.

Nora's Kitchen

Noticing the heavy taste of processed sweeteners in commercial granolas, Nora wanted something healthier, something where you could actually taste the toasted nuts and grains — so she created her own. Over the past 20 years, Nora has been developing and perfecting the recipe for her slow-roasted, high-fiber granolas.

Tiny Desk Designs

From engaging in her first jewelry studies at Rhode Island School of Design to completing the Jeweler program at Portland Jewelry Academy, Val has been making jewelry for over 20 years. Val’s Cloud Collection draws inspiration from the places Val has lived in: Japan and Portland. Clouds can elicit many different feelings and Val loves that each person brings their own interpretation to the cloud experience.

Irvington Woodworks

Irvington Woodworks is a handcrafted specialty goods company founded by Ryan McClure in 2015. Drawing inspiration from Mid-Century and Scandinavian furniture designs, Ryan creates pieces that have a modern aesthetic, yet timeless functionality for your home. Irvington’s woods are sourced locally and regionally whenever possible.

Alshiref Designs

Alshiref Design

From Egypt to Switzerland to California, Alshiref has spent most of his life traveling and exploring different cultures and people. Now, Alshiref has found a home in Portland, starting Alshiref Design & Print, specializing in Portland-inspired apparel design, and logos for print. As an illustrator, graphical designer, and photographer, everything is printed and designed in Alshiref’s St. Johns studio.

Tan Tan vegan sauces

Tân Tân

Tân Tân means “New Beginnings” and a new beginning was what Mai and her family were in search of when they escaped their homeland in 1976 after Saigon fell to North Vietnam. The family has successfully owned and operated Tân Tân Cafe & Delicatessen, a popular Vietnamese restaurant in the Portland Metro area, for over 20 years. Now, you can have a taste of Tan Tan’s delicious flavors in your kitchen with their very own line of sauces! Their Peanut Sauce, vegan “Fish” Sauce, and Hot Chili Sauce are gluten-free and made right here in Oregon.

Jimbo Cups

Jimbo Cups

Jimbo Cups is a Portland-based design company specializing in functional ceramic and glass cups. Co-founders Benny Hill and Jimbo Graham’s passion lies in the combination of traditional craft with new technologies in the maker space setting.

Hew

Hew

Hew is a Portland-based furniture and small wares company founded in 2013 by Sterling Collins. As a talented architectural designer turned woodworker, Sterling seeks to create handmade, quality pieces meant to last a lifetime — mating timeless beauty with timeless utility. All of Hew’s products and archetypes are made using only domestic hardwoods.

Catherine Freshley

From working a full-time job, earning just enough to make ends meet, and making art at night for fun to producing paintings for corporate companies like the Oklahoma City Thunders, Catherine’s path to becoming a full-time artist has been nothing short of spectacular. When Catherine isn’t painting for corporate clients, she produces gorgeous sky acrylic paintings and cards, like the ones imaged, for you!

Nomad Mix

Nomad Mix

Aiyesha makes crafted clusters with explosive flavor. Each mix is a blend of unique ingredients that are inspired by the Northwest wilderness, and a love of food and healthy living.
Mister OKs

Mister OK's Essentials

As a new mother, Mister’s Ok founder quickly took it upon herself to create natural candles three years ago after finding out about the highly-concentrated toxins in our everyday conventional candles. By combining 100% soy wax with a wooden cedar wick and natural essential oils, their candles are able to facilitate cleaning burning at home compared to the petroleum by-product in retail candles. Mister Ok’s Essentials hope to share the love that they put into their product for their son with the world.

Just Joey Rose

Joey Rose Cardoso is a locally based-artist and designer who specializes in making wearable sculptures. Just Joey Rose’s line of jewelry is all made from a combination of leather, bone, and other organic materials that reflect the relationship between the body and natural world. She hopes to redefine the meaning of jewelry through this collection of wearable art, reflecting a sense of playfulness for the effortlessly bold.

Organics x Oddities

Organics X Oddities

Organics X Oddities is a minority woman-run small business with an eclectic mix of handmade, organic personal and botanical care products. Some of their products include plant pest control spray, air plant fertilizer, muscle relaxation oil, and foaming soap, like the one imaged.

Creole Me Up

Growing in Haiti, Elsy was always in the kitchen. Whenever Elsy’s mother started cooking, Elsy would always be there helping her with various chores. After a six-year-long struggle with digestive issues and a colon surgery, Elsy started Creole Enterprises as way to share to the community what she has learned about overcoming health challenges through simple eating choices. Through Creole, Elsy hopes to provide allergen and chemical free, plant-based products with rich flavors, all while staying true to Elsy’s Haitian roots, culture, and background.

Only Child Chocolates

Only Child Chocolate

Growing in Moscow as an only child, Yana, like most children, loved chocolate. She had always dreamt of owning a chocolate company, so upon graduating from the University of Illinois with a Literature degree, Yana abandoned Chaucer and moved to Portland to pursue her for chocolate. After long days of culinary school and working as a pastry chef, Yana was finally able to make her dream reality: Only Child Chocolate Co.

LANDIA SKINCARE

Learning about the large amount of additives like endocrine disruptors and carcinogens in retail personal care products, husband and wife Bill and Kathy Grady set out to produce a nutrient-dense and clean skin care line in 2012. All of their products are organic, vegan, cruelty and toxin free, and soy and gluten free — and handmade by the Grady’s themselves in their home-based workshop!

Yue Zhou

Yue Zhou Studio

Behind every piece of Yue Zhou’s ceramics is an artistic narrative about intimacy and tension. Investigating the fluidity of clay and redefining its forms and texture, Yue Zhou strives to create a sense of “genre-less” to the ceramics — making each piece unique and one-of-a-kind.

Irvington Woodworks

Irvington Woodworks is a handcrafted specialty goods company founded by Ryan McClure in 2015. Drawing inspiration from Mid-Century and Scandinavian furniture designs, Ryan creates pieces that have a modern aesthetic, yet timeless functionality for your home. Irvington’s woods are sourced locally and regionally whenever possible.

Pakhye Goods

Pakhye is a handmade jewelry and goods brand founded by Sue and Nathan as a way to share their love of the outdoors and the landscapes of the Pacific Northwest. They hope to turn to the amazing scenarios of the Pacific Northwest into jewelry, art, and everyday moments of life for all to enjoy and cherish.

April Black

April Black

As an ambitious, artistic goal, April Black challenged herself in 2012 to start a “Make Something Everyday” project, where she designed a new graphic illustration every day of the year. This project ultimately led April to starting her own paper goods company — offering Portland-inspired illustrated art prints, stationery, T-shirts, and much more.