Please note our new address: 2508 SE 8th Ave., Portland, OR 97202
503.233.0799 phone     503.233.0455 fax    
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At Trio, our main focus is custom quality
furniture.  It is who we are and it is what we do.  
We don't try to make you like something already
built, we build to meet your expectations.  We
can build new furniture, reupholster old furniture,
and duplicate an old design.

Trio is owned and operated by Kristina Leonetti,
and Gina Leonetti.  Each partner is equally committed
to quality and customer service.

Trio started in a tiny shop with an upholsterer,
designer, and bookkeeper.  Over the years we've
grown to 11 employees and have maintained our
commitment to quality and customer service.  
Each owner has a hands-on approach and is
involved with each customer and furniture order.
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Kristina Leonetti & Gina Leonetti
Trio Furniture has been meeting the expectations of their customers for years.
Here's a partial list of current and past customers.
  • Benson Hotel, Portland OR - All Guest Rooms and Suites
  • Hilton Hotel,  Downtown Portland OR - Lobby, Bistro, & Restaurant
  • Clarion Hotel, Portland Airport - All Guests Rooms
  • Mallory Hotel, Portland OR - Dinning Room Chairs, Club Chairs
  • Heathman Lodge, Vancouver WA - All Guest Rooms and Lobby
  • Tu Tu Tun Lodge, Gold Beach OR - All Guest Rooms & Outdoor Furniture

  • Porto Terra Restaurant, Portland OR - All Booths
  • Tucci Restaurant, Lake Oswego OR
  • Fivespices Restaurant, Lake Oswego OR
  • Fenouil Restaurant, Portland OR

  • Pacific University, Forest Grove OR - Library Furniture
  • White City Library, White City OR - All Chairs and Benches
  • Eugene Library, Eugene OR - All Chairs and Benches
  • Hilton Convention Center, Vancouver WA
Trio Furniture and the designers they work with are often features in magazines and newspapers as
example of quality custom furniture.  In recent months, Trio was included in
Portland Spaces, Oregon Home "The Get Guide 2009", Better Homes and Gardens and in
The Oregonian HGNW Issue.