Our Leather Drawer Pulls added the perfect finishing touch to this Airstream trailer restoration project.

Respecting the land is a core tenant of Walnut Studiolo. That’s why we are so proud to live in a region where the natural environment seeps into everything we do: our back yard is a forest and the powerful ocean is nearby. Continue reading

A few years ago, amidst the chaos of grad school, Eric Baird picked up a vintage motorbike that wasn’t in great shape. It had a seized piston and a torn seat, but drawing from his upbringing working on small mechanical projects, Eric says he was instantly hooked on motorcycle restoration.

The next project, however, was much more involved, and Walnut came along for the ride. Continue reading

When Bogotá, Colombia bike manufacturer Donacleta was asked to design a special edition bike for an authentic Irish pub in Colombia, they immediately knew they had to incorporate some touches from Walnut Studiolo. Continue reading

2016 was a big year for Walnut Studiolo. We hitched up our britches and made the big move from Portland to our dream home on the Northern Oregon Coast. In some ways the year flew by, but in other ways it felt long and drawn out as so much tension and sad world news flooded in this fall. Continue reading

The holidays are fully upon us and it’s a frenzied time of year. Between the hustle and bustle of gatherings with friends and family, there is also an exasperating pressure to buy all the latest gadgets and score the best deals.

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We’ve teamed up with some of our favorite Pacific Northwest brands to design the perfect prize package for the discerning city cyclist. Win handsomely. Continue reading

We put a lot of thought and love into our Walnut Studiolo wrapping paper. Not only is it eco friendly with recycled paper and a soy-based ink, there’s also a great story behind the complex custom pattern….
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UPDATE! Adverse weather in Portland, Oregon is delaying package delivery. Check the holiday shipping deadlines below carefully to ensure your order arrives in time for the holidays.
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“Makers Gotta Make” so the t-shirt worthy phrase goes. And makers who heed the call of this deeply-rooted drive are part of a special tribe. Which is why, perhaps, Walnut Studiolo’s founder Geoff Franklin couldn’t resist making a special gift for a fellow maker he admires, Nick Offerman.