Rejuvenation is a lighting and house parts company that was founded in 1977 in Portland, Oregon. The company has a passion for old houses and buildings and specializes in period authentic reproductions. The light fixtures and many of their other products are made right in Portland. Many of Rejuvenations offerings can be customized so you can really make them your own. Their diverse product lines span from the 1870s through the 1960s and include Victorian, Period Basics, Classic Revival, Old World, Arts & Crafts, Colonial Revival, Mid Century Modern and Deco. They also sell fully restored antique lighting and hardware on their website. Rejuvenation is a great resource for homeowners who are renovating and want to stay true to their home's era and anyone in search of beautiful lighting, hardware and house parts. We included Rejuvenation as one of our go to sources in our special section: The Home 100 Great Finds in the September issue of Living. I hope that you'll like them as much as we do.
Entries from the ‘Lighting’ Category
With summer in full swing, I've been thinking about outdoor lighting and flipping through my inspiration files. I am looking forward to evenings in Maine under starry skies and lights.
And, for an update on the latest outdoor lighting technology, check out the Martha Stewart Living story that ran in the March 2010 issue.
Tucked away in Tribeca is the design shop of interiors guru Steven Sclaroff (stevensclaroff.com). Known for his interiors around town, including hotels, retail shops and residential work, as well as product design for companies like Waterworks, Sclaroff also has his own space where he sells an inventory of vintage finds worthy of a museum. But don’t let the splendor of the pieces fool you, Sclaroff has a relaxed sensibility (don’t be afraid to sit on anything) and a wild sense of humor (don’t be afraid to get him talking and ask him about the framed Farrah Fawcett Majors Logan’s Run poster).
Last week, when I was visiting the shop, I eyed a few things, including some amazing sets of lamps (I am sure this will become a go-to destination for lamps), furnishings, artwork and accessories. We also had a chance to catch up on the renovation of his house in Connecticut. Browse his shop with me.