Dating from 1905, the imposing redbrick former flower market on Grand Avenue became Rejuvenation’s 10,000-square-foot Portland flagship in 1994. Photography courtesy of Rejuvenation.
The growing staff posed in the late 1970’s for this picture taken in the young company’s first location, an architectural salvage shop. Photography courtesy of Rejuvenation.
A bank of Western Red Cedar-veneer plywood casework organizes the New York store’s extensive selection of historically inspired hardware. Photography by Francis Dzikowski.
The creators of lights, furnishings, and accessories for Rejuvenation, O&G Studio founders Sara Ossana and Jonathan Glatt, are Rhode Island School of Design grads now based in Warren, RI. Photography courtesy of Rejuvenation.
The storefront that just opened at 3 West 20th Street, in New York’s Flatiron District, is the Portand-based chain’s eighth, joining outposts in Atlanta, Chicago, Berkeley, and Los Angeles. Photography by Francis Dzikowski.
The New York outpost offers a mix of reproduction lighting, house parts, and transitional contemporary designs, alongside a curated collection of architectural salvage like this white-painted Victorian pier mirror. Photography by Francis Dzikowski.
The New York store may also be accessed from a gilded neoclassical arcade of the Presbyterian Building, an 1895 Romanesque Revival edifice in the Flatiron district by noted architect James B. Baker. Photography by Francis Dzikowski.
O&G Studio founders created Rejuvenation’s Contrapesso Globe Pendant, which sells in a bright lacquer or oiled bronze finish. Because the glass is hand-blown, each fixture is individually balanced with a unique amount of buckshot placed in the brass orb. Photography courtesy of Rejuvenation.