When the owners of Cellar 503, an Oregon-only wine club, approached us to help design the interior of their first-ever tasting room, we jumped at the opportunity. Housed in a circa 1890s home, the new Cellar 503 space evokes a vintage industrial aesthetic, with elements designed by local craftsmen. Furnishings include reclaimed hardwood tables, a Chesterfield sofa, a hand-tufted area rug, linen drapes and farmhouse lighting. Historic photographs of pastoral Oregon, cork wallpaper and a custom mural painted by local artist Jeffrey Francoeur provide a focal point. A copper bar top and other copper elements lend warmth and patina to the space. A bar and tables sourced from reclaimed wood and hand-crafted by local artisan Brendan Butler of My Modern Workbench also grace the space. Check them out at cellar503.com
Photos by John Valls.