About Us

Denali Furniture is family-owned and operated right here in Portland, Oregon.

We have a lot of fun here, which means our work is a true labor of love. Whether you want to buy an existing piece, or commission one with a slab of wood in mind, we give you the one-on-one attention you deserve. We cost less than the other guys, too. Our customers are really important to us, and our friendly staff makes certain you are 100% satisfied. 

Since our company opened its doors in 2004, we’ve been building some of the finest, most unique furniture in the Pacific Northwest. Our live-edge designs use the natural beauty of the wood, accentuating the naturally occurring shape and grain of the top-quality wood we use for our pieces. 

The pieces that come out of our workshop are hand-crafted from start to finish.

  • Our wood is locally sourced from Washington, Oregon, and Idaho.
  • We build to accentuate the natural features and beauty of the wood that comes through our doors. 
  • We work with local arborists to make sure our wood is properly sourced. 
  • Much of our wood comes from deadfall or urban salvage logs.  
  • Our furniture saves these trees from becoming firewood. 
  • We build to last: our furniture is heirloom-quality from top to bottom. 
  • Our metalwork is performed in-house, by our skilled craftsmen. 
  • Much of the scrap metal for our cast iron bases comes from melted down engine blocks, or other waste metals.
  • We build, we recycle, we re-purpose. 
  • Our furniture is built with ecological responsibility, and longevity in mind. 
  • We build to last, and it shows. 

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                 ARTICLE ON TRAVEL PORTLAND OFFICE

                 ARTICLE ON TRAVEL PORTLAND OFFICE

      PDX MONTHLY ARCHITECTURE & DESIGN 

      PDX MONTHLY ARCHITECTURE & DESIGN 

             JASON BALL INTERIORS -                    MT TABOR HOUSE

             JASON BALL INTERIORS - 

                  MT TABOR HOUSE

Our desks at the new Swift office, featured in Gray Magazine's Dec 2016 issue "Hot New Next Architecture"