Take Home the Interior Design at Portland’s Hotels

When you think of Portland, a few things probably come to mind. Perhaps you associate it as the City of Roses, or maybe you think of the multitude of dispensaries and world-class hipster restaurants. Us? We think of the gorgeous boutique hotels that line the city. Unlike anywhere else, Portland’s most storied hotels have their pulse on true local subcultures, providing a platform to highlight the creative scene from art to eats that bustle through every street. 

We could swoon over the artsy, spirited design at Portland’s finest stays, but we’re here to take a more practical approach to dipping your toes into PDX aesthetics. Below, you’ll find just how you can take home the incredibly enviable interiors at Portland’s most coveted hotels. 


If you’re looking to explore Portland’s bustling art scene, Dossier is the place to do it. This chic stay embodies all that makes the city unique, and could be your gateway to connecting to Portland’s true local pulse. Their infamous curated collection is comprised of local artists whose work is inspired by the natural beauty found in their native Oregon. And if you’re looking to take some of Portland home with you, we’ve got some tips from the team at the Dossier themselves about where they source their swoon-worthy artwork…

Illustrations by Ryan Bubnis, whose work can be found at Stephanie Chefas Project

Original illustrations, prints, and cards by Camille Shu, available on Etsy and at the Shu Store inside the Alberta Studios building:

Kimpton RiverPlace Portland

There’s something magically calm about Portland, and there’s nowhere that captures that sense of serenity quite like Kimpton RiverPlace Hotel. Think lodge-like luxury, a river flowing just outside your door, and fine-dining all conveniently nestled just south of Downtown. Once you’ve stayed here, trust us, you’ll want to take a little slice of their quiet comfort home with you, and we’ve got just the thing. 

Kimpton RiverPlace hotel’s cozy Pendelton pillows can be purchased right here


There are places, far and few, that somehow manage to create an aesthetic that is as authentic as it is Instagrammable. Woodlark is one of those places. This lush and modern stay in the heart of Portland is known as the ‘House of Welcome,’ asking locals and travelers alike to “come as they are.” And now, we’ve tapped the team at Woodlark to tell you how to take home pieces that make their environment so warm and welcoming.

Rugs by Portland-based rug designer Christiane Millinger and Wild Shaman:

Paintings by self-taught abstract painter, and Portland native, by Maja Dlugolecki:

Heathman Hotel

Ever since it opened in 1927, Heathman Hotel has been an iconic fixture in Portland. It’s rich history, mixed with cultural relevance as a hub for the local creative class, makes this stay one that can’t be missed. However if checking in and checking out isn’t going to cut it, and you want to take a little bit of the Heathman Hotel home with you, you’ve come to the right place. Peep how to take home the coveted interiors at Heathman Hotel right here.

The circular mirror above the Library Room fireplace is made by MunnWorks:

The playful rugs in each guestroom can be found on Surya:

The community table in the Library Room is crafted by JSP Industries, and the desk lamp atop it is by Van Teal

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