Portland's First (and Only!) Ceiling Showroom
Ceilume has set-up shop in PDX! Our new ceiling showroom is located on SE Grand Avenue, smack dab in the middle of the Central Eastside Builders District. We're just a block south of Rejuvenation, between Salmon and Main streets.
Here's What You'll Find
We don't have a holodeck (yet), but our room vignettes feature our one-of-a-kind ceiling tiles in a variety of installations, and allow you to really feel what it's like to belong under Ceilume.
- Full-size samples of every style/color we sell
- Installation advice or installer recommendations
- The best customer service on the planet, live and in person, from longtime Ceilume team members, Noah and Ben
- The coolest ceiling tiles you've ever seen (not that we're biased or anything)
Here's How to Find Us
- Street Address:
1225 SE Grand Avenue
Portland, OR 97214
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Monday - Friday: 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
+1 (503) 437-9448
Noah and Ben
They're really tall.
While You're Here
Why wait until opening hours to check us out? Spend some time digging into our website - getting to know us (we don't bite, we swear!) and our products. Then drop on by the next time you're out and about, and Noah and Ben promise to (a) amaze you with their mad
people skills, and (b) give you a beer.
We think our ceiling tiles are the bomb-diggity, but you don't have to take our word for it. Check out our gallery for photos and testimonials from actual customers.
You know what you want. You are a (wo)man of action. You laugh in the face of danger. You scoff at asking for directions. Don't let us stand in your way.
PDX Design Spotlight
The PDX Design Spotlight video series features in-depth interviews with some of Portland's most influential and innovative architects and designers. Filmed in Ceilume's beautiful showroom, these public conversations are sponsored by both Ceilume and PortlandArchitecture.com, and are a nexus for Portland's vibrant A+D community, an opportunity for casual networking, and the perfect place to hear about the next big thing in Portland architecture and design.