Rejuvenation is open in Uptown Park.
The Portland transplant is a member of the Williams-Sonoma brands.
Rejuvenation is located just three miles from Houston's Design Center.
Rejuvenation has been partnering with customers on projects in Texas for over 40 years.
Houston boasts the first Rejuvenation showroom in the state.
Round Top's antique fairs are Rejuvenation's favorite source for antique lighting.
Antique restoration is the heart of Rejuvenation.
Beloved lighting, hardware and home goods retailer Rejuvenation has landed in Houston with its opening in Uptown Park, its first showroom in Texas. The Portland, Oregon-based retailer was founded in 1977 as a small architectural salvage shop, but it was their distinctive expertise in lighting that quickly propelled them to success.
Now part of the Williams-Sonoma family of brands, Rejuvenation’s skilled artisans and craftspeople design and produce customized, made-to-order, handcrafted lighting in an 87,000-square-foot facility in Portland. They also partner with United States family-owned factories and trusted artisans and manufacturers around the world who share their passion for quality and timeless design to create additional product offerings.
Antique restoration remains at the core of the brand, and the Round Top antiques fair has been Rejuvenation’s favorite source for antique lighting for many years. These, as well as other vintage lighting and furniture collected from around the globe, will be available in the Houston location.
The 5,100-square-foot retail and showroom space is the largest Rejuvenation to date. Browse and customize more than 500 light fixtures, as well as hardware, furniture and textiles and vintage items. The in-store design team supports clients on everything from small-scale residential remodels to lighting for large-scale commercial spaces, and a to-the-trade program is available to interior designers, architects and contractors.
Rejuvenation stores in New York, Los Angeles, Chicago and Seattle serve as community hubs, playing host to local events such as vintage flea markets and design community gatherings, so stay tuned.