#WorkSpace Panelist: Schoolhouse Electric and Supply

by Mindy Lockard on April 9, 2014

Helping create workspaces that are both inspired and functional meet our second #SheafferLiving #WorkSpace panelist for tomorrow night’s chat (4/10 8PM ET) @SchoolhouseElec {Schoolhouse Electric and Supply}

Schoolhouse Electric was founded in 2003 with a vision—to carry on the tradition of true American craft and design. Since its inception, founder and visionary Brian Faherty and his growing team of 75 employees have been handcrafting custom lighting and lifestyle products that transcend both time and trend. Schoolhouse Electric’s unique maker-mindset and rare mix of beautiful, yet practical designs has earned the company its solid reputation for quality, craftsmanship and service. Collaborations with local artisans, makers, and skilled craftspeople help to create Schoolhouse Electric’s timeless collection.

From iconic furniture and period lighting to art and domestic utility goods, many of Schoolhouse Electric’s products are designed, handcrafted, hand-painted and hand-finished within the walls of its 125,000 sq. ft, century-old, brick warehouse in the heart of Northwest Portland, Ore. The complete collection of Schoolhouse Electric products are available online at www.schoolhouseelectric.com, and at two retail stores in Portland, Ore and New York City.

What I love about this #WorkSpace created by @SchoolhouseElec is that it is so on brand, it’s everything they love: wood, color, practicality, and clever office items!  Shouldn’t all of our spaces be a reflection of what we love and what inspires us? 

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We hope you’ll join us for our party! Here are all of the details.

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{ 3 comments… read them below or add one }

Jennifer Essad 04.10.14 at 5:43 am

@4jlessad – I’m excited to join in this party – thanks for offering us a chance to participate-I love the designs, the lighting is so clever and functional

Autumn 04.10.14 at 5:57 am

RSVP @AutumnNOklahoma

Motherhood 04.10.14 at 2:24 pm

RSVP@Busy2Mommy

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