Portland's Trusted Office Furnishing Company
Oregon businesses have been choosing Portland Commercial Furniture for over 20 years. We're committed to your success.
Our products are carefully curated to include only the best possible quality and construction for our clients. Your new office will last, perform and retain value long into the future.
Our 20+ years of experience in the office furnishings industry means that we can help your office choose the best quality furniture options for your needs and budget.
We offer office multiple furniture choices in any department so you can compare brands without going to multiple stores. With access to literally hundreds of vendors and products, we are confident we have solutions for your every need.
From space planning and office furniture installation to office moves and storage solutions. We’ve got you covered for any commercial furniture assets management support.
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Quality Office Furniture
Comfort, Quality, Function and Style. Find what you're office needs at Portland Commercial Furniture.
Adjustable Height DesksDesks
Cherryman Verde Reception StationReception Station
Performance Napoli Guest ChairSeating
Performance Avid Series Task ChairSeating
Hon ContainFiling Cabinets
Compel Moda Task ChairSeating
Fireking Turtle Fireproof File CabinetsFiling Cabinets
Friant VeritySystems Furniture
Friant NovoSystems Furniture
Zia Reception SeatingReception Seating
Commercial Furniture Trends and Updates
Joanna Stark, director of marketing & sales at Washington, D.C.-based Rebel Desk, offers her views on the need for standing desks in the workplace. She predicts that 2016 will be another big year for standing desks in the U.S. Source: Rebel Desk: Look for more standing desks in the workplace in 2016 (with related video)
on Bell: Developers add relief to tight office market Source: Jon Bell: Developers add relief to tight office market – Portland Business Journal
We’re not so sure this is going to be such a hit. Good reading about the “future of the office chair”. Altwork’s all-in-one desk/chair is kind of amazing, but who’s gonna buy it? Source: This Is The Office Chair Of The Future, And It Looks Crazy – BuzzFeed News
Demand for adjustable height desks and work tables has grown steadily in the last couple of years and we’ve got some great options if your business is interested in adding this option for your employees. We can add adjustable height work surfaces into work stations and systems furniture configurations or stand alone desk configurations. The[…]
Posted on the Oregon Live website. Hillsboro business partner Genentech opens new location. Portland Commercial Furniture was proud to be the office furniture provider for Genentech’s new facility. http://www.oregonlive.com/hillsboro/index.ssf/2015/05/genentech_wants_enterprise_zon.html#incart_2box_business_index.ssf
Architectural design and space planning are being influenced by our society’s awareness of the environment, Earles Architects and Associates (EAA) Principal Dan Earles says. Source: Current architectural design trends influenced by awareness of the environment : Home & Garden
Earles Architects and Associates Principal Dan Earles sees greens, blues and neutrals as the hottest colors in current office furniture design. Source: Greens, blues and neutrals highlight current office furniture trends : Home & Garden
Hey now, Portland: Here are your five things to get you going today. Source: 5 things to know today, and don’t talk to me about Mad Men until later tonight – Portland Business Journal
The downtown building has been remade in recent years into a hub for tech and creative offices. Source: Tech firm hot spot Block 300 for sale, could fetch $152M – Portland Business Journal
Working Portland mothers could get a shared office (and daycare) all their own – Portland Business Journal
Women’s Plaza aims to build a coworking space designed for working mothers complete with a childcare partner. Now, it just needs the right building. Source: Working Portland mothers could get a shared office (and daycare) all their own – Portland Business Journal