Manor Fine Wares

Contact

Store Phone: (503) 954-2900
Web Sales: (888) 200-7498

info@manorfinewares.com

Address

907 NW 23rd Ave.
Portland, OR 97210

Hours

Monday - Saturday 10-6
Sunday 11-6

Our store

907 NW 23rd Ave.
Portland, OR 97210

Mon - Sat, 10am - 6pm
Sunday 11am - 6pm

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About Manor

Founded over a decade ago to highlight the heirloom textiles and objects procured while globetrotting, “Fine and Curious” is sometimes used to describe this quintessentially Portland boutique with a local cult following. Now, independently curated with a broad variety of purveyors and home categories, Manor prides itself on craftsmanship, quality, and enduring style. 

Located in the heart of Portland’s NW 23rd Nob Hill neighborhood, our store offers a unique and sophisticated collection of furniture, lighting, tabletop, fine jewelry, and accessories—including the best of European bedding and bath. Manor’s warm and enthusiastic staff can assist you in selecting a special gift or in designing your entire home.

Manor Exclusives

Visit our experts to lay eyes and hands on our in-store exclusives.

These collections are not available online.

Chilewich Sultan LLC
Chilewich Sultan LLC A textile visionary since 2000, New York designer Sandy Chilewich developed a brand with a fully reimagined textile manufacturing process. Beginning with their now-famous floor mats and placemats, Chilewich has grown into multi-faceted design company, creating all of their own woven vinyl materials.
Cisco Brothers
Cisco Brothers Creating truly unique pieces from found objects, responsibly sourced wood, and discarded scrap material;Cisco Brothers executes their unconventional designs with an abundance of passion and craftsmanship. Proudly anchored in Los Angeles, Cisco Brothers has a discerning eye for quality and character, personally approving every fabric cutting and dye lot before crafting each piece in house.
Farrow & Ball
Farrow & Ball Headquartered in Dorset, UK, Farrow & Ball prides itself on not only creating high-pigmented, low-VOC quality paints, but also on their people-first principles. Founded in 1946 by two clay pit workers in industrial England, they went on to provide commercial contracts to Ford and the War Offices, before their original factory burned down in the 60’s. The new factory still stands today, serving the global demand for their beautiful products.
Patrick Charles
Patrick Charles The definition of a one-man show, Patrick Charles travels the world, treasure hunting for unique and charming area rugs. Largely wool kilim rugs from Turkey, Patrick finds a design that speaks to him, and repurposes it into a gorgeous and versatile furniture piece. Usually ottomans of all shapes, sizes, and uses, no two of Patrick’s pieces are the same, but all of them are showstoppers.
Sabre
Sabre Paris-based Sabre has the international market cornered on vibrant table and serve ware, successfully marrying form and function with their avant-garde designs. Colorful, eye-catching, and conversation starting, Sabre pieces bring pizazz to the table, adding the perfect punctuation to your dinner party conversation.
Coral & Tusk
Coral & Tusk Artist, nature enthusiast, and animal lover, designer Stephanie Housley created Coral and Tusk to bring her hand drawn creatures to life through embroidery. A multi-generational do-it-yourselfer, Stephanie’s designs quickly became a high-demand sensation, featured in social media and many top editorial publications. Coral and Tusk is an avid supporter of conservancy organizations such as the ASPCA, and Natural Resources Defense Council.
CFC Noir
CFC Noir Hand-made in the USA from largely reclaimed materials, CFC began in 1999 with just one person. Now, CFC is one of the industry leaders in custom-made furniture. Using fir and oak from found objects and structures, they offer a multitude of finishes for every unique space. Along came Noir in 2004, with a vision for balanced, in-house designed pieces that last generations.
Heather B. Moore
Heather B. Moore Heather Moore began as a glass blower and metalworker, but quickly discovered the benefit of using these skills to tell stories through luxury jewelry. Using painstaking freehand techniques, each piece is made to order and designed to cater to a supreme level of personalization and heirloom-quality customization that the Heather B. Moore studio in Ohio is known for.She frequently travels with her trunk shows and you may have run into her at Manor before.
Juliska
Juliska Husband and wife team Capucine & David Gooding founded Juliska in 2001 after a trip to a Parisian trade show and chance meeting with a talented artisan named “Juliska,” the company’s namesake. What began as a mouth-blown bohemian glass collection has grown into a diverse and inspired catalog of internationally acclaimed tableware. Capucine and David define their vision as “love and the art of knowing how to live well: an intention to make moments in life special.”
Ryan Studio
Ryan Studio A division of Legacy Home, designer and founder Debra Ryan launched Ryan Studio in 2006 to showcase an extensive collection of decorative pillows applicable to the whole home. Wildly popular, the line is fully designed and produced in the USA, in the same Virginia workrooms with Legacy Home.
David Fussenegger
David Fussenegger Since 1832, Austrian artisan David Fussenegger’s cotton-focused textillery has produced some of the softest novelty items in the industry. Family-owned until 2011, Fussenegger is a GOTS certified manufacturer (Global Organic Textile Standard), and creates cozy pieces for all ages.
Visual Comfort & Co.
Visual Comfort & Co. For over 30 years, Visual Comfort has been lighting spaces through the skilled hands and deft eyes of designers and contractors. Often partnering with popular artists, they provide an extensive catalog of styles from all motifs to complete the mood of a room.

In Store Services Menu

Guided Tactile Exploration

The glory of our curated selection is more than just how a fabric looks, but also how it feels. Our passionate team understands that a fabric needs to be touched to be truly appreciated. Stopping into a store is a tactile playground, and if you are lucky enough to live near one of our stores, or are visiting the area, this experience is ready and waiting for you. Whether in store, or shopping online, we are able to provide cuttings and check out swatches of our fabrics to help you make the most informed and confident decisions for your needs (and wants!).

Expert Consultation

With a diverse mix of fresh and tenured, our sales family is an unparalleled wealth of knowledge—with tips, tricks, and stories to help guide you on your bedding journey. The common thread (pun intended) of our DNA is people, and we all simply love linens. Our mission is to deliver an unparalleled level of expertise for any project, space, budget, or taste. When it comes to color, texture, design, education, and just plain great conversation, we have you covered.

Special Services

Our connections are your connections. We have spent years developing relationships with purveyors around the globe and are adept at finding great solutions for your beds and spaces. We can provide fabric check-out, research customization options, navigate the monogram process, and provide invaluable recommendations based on our experience in the industry. We also provide benefits for trade licensed trade professionals and appointment-based consultations.

Request An Appointment In-Store

Requests are not guaranteed. One of our representatives will contact you within 1 business day to discuss your needs.

Meet Our Team
Kellie Phinney
Kellie Phinney

Store Manager

With a background in luxury fashion combined with a history of sales, personal styling, and boutique management, Kellie fell in love with Manor on her first visit. Both at the store and home, she loves setting the table, filling the room with fresh flowers, and giving her guests an amazing experience! Kellie enjoys watching films and savoring French wines. She is a fan of Cisco Brothers, a family-owned sustainable furniture line with beautiful fabrics and construction.

Cynthia Marquez
Cynthia Marquez

Ops & Visuals

Cynthia is excited for her chapter at Manor, having most recently worked as a designer for a residential interior design firm in California. She loves “using both [her] left and right brain equally” to help clients build inspired rooms reflecting their individuality. Cynthia is a plant collector, cheese lover, and celebrates her eclectic and curated design style. Another Libeco lover, she believes linen is timeless and Libeco does it in a way that’s fresh, relaxed, and unpretentious. 

Meighan Walker
Meighan Walker

Sales & Design

Previously a personal stylist at Nordstrom in Downtown Portland, Meighan is excited to explore her love for luxury linens. She believes the best part of her new role is working with clients to curate the perfect bedroom or table scape. In her off time, Meighan enjoys “glamping,” paddle boarding, and fishing with her husband, kids, and Charlie the Chug. Much like her teammates, she loves the natural linen look of Libeco, as their quality is second to none. 

Glenna Kroenert
Glenna Kroenert

Sales & Design

Before Manor, Glenna enjoyed making houses into homes with the Pacific Design Center in LA.  Working in design her entire career, she began with accessorizing for designers, which led to a small showroom in Orange County, an interior design degree, and eventual showroom manager for Farrow & Ball. Excited to be in an environment of so many beautiful products under one roof, she likens Manor to "coming home again.” Glenna loves Libeco, citing herself as “a linen kind of a gal!”