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March 31, 2005 new by giorgio (1 point)
One of Portland's biggest attractions is Powell's Bookstore. What is so interesting at a bookstore? Enter it and you got it! With the size of one streetblock is the City of Books a giant maze, built with endless meters of new and used books. Get your free map of "Powell's City of Books". You will need it. On 4000 square meters are more than one million books located, sorted in 548 main sections and over 4000 subcategories. Try to find the first edition of "Moby Dick" for 12.000 $ or any other book you ever wanted to own. Open 365 days a year, more..
photo by: Stephen Hamilton
Kush offers Modern, Traditional, Tribal, and Custom Oriental carpets, rugs and textiles from around the world in a relaxed gallery setting. Design consultation and in home trial periods are available as well as off street parking.
Our collection includes, Hand-Knotted Tibetan, Persian, Afghani, Modern, Silk, Hooked, Needlepoint, Transistional, Linen, Aloe, & Wool, area rugs. Green eco friendly design, fair trade, and heirloom quality define our one of a kind Portland gallery.
wool and silk handmade carpet
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Kush travels the world focusing on hand-spun wool and resilient dyes in modern area rugs, traditional oriental carpets and textiles. Kush also creates custom designs, sizes, weaves, and textures to fit the most challenging spaces.
Kush is committed to quality, design, service and eco and social responsibility. A retail sponsor of GoodWeave, Kush supports fair trade practices through numerous avenues. We deeply value the cultural and historical context of this ancient art form, as well as how our more..
Rain or shine, Portland's Saturday Market is open every Saturday and
Sunday for arts and crafts shopping and just plain fun from March until
Christmas Eve. Underneath the Burnside Bridge, at the Skidmore Fountain MAX stop.