Re-entering the World Post-Covid

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As the state of Oregon reopens today, we wanted to make sure that our updated hours and practices are out there for those who need them.

First off, welcome back!  We’ve missed the lower half of your faces, and should apologize in advance if we don’t recognize you when you arrive at our shop.  Thank you to everyone who continued to place orders during the pandemic, and for helping us stay open for one of the busiest years we’ve had on record.  Who would have known that residential upholstery would be the big industry as people stayed home for a year?

We have been fortunate enough to be scheduling work for several months in advance, and in an attempt to keep our lead times in a more approachable range, we will continue to keep the shop open by appointment only.  Clients coming in for appointments or to pick up/drop off furniture are required to wear masks inside the building.  We will have disposable masks available if you forget to bring one.  Our shop space will remain closed to the public, so our unmasked employees can work comfortably.

We intend to start offering “drop in” hours for fabric shopping in the coming months, so stay tuned to our social media for updated hours, as well as information on upcoming remnant sales.

Bring some sources of inspiration so you can remember what you want, when you start looking for fabrics.

We still will not be offering drive up or drop in estimates.  Please continue to send photos to our email for work quotes on your furniture upholstery projects.

In-person consultations will be kept to a minimum as we try to get caught up with our scheduled projects.  No more than 1 in-person consultation per week will be available.  We will still continue and prefer to offer Zoom and phone consultations, with samples available for pickup outside the shop during business hours.  If you feel that your project is best suited by an in-person consultation, it will be limited to 45 minutes.

We will update our social media as things change in the coming months.  Thank you for your patience and understanding as we awkwardly return to the new normal!