Our Story

Pacific Northwest Home and Lifestyle

Rescued Living is founded on the idea of upcycling and ‘rescuing’ pieces to create stunning decor and home goods with a unique touch that reflects the Pacific Northwest lifestyle. With time our offerings have expanded to showcase an array of new and found items inspired by natural elements of alpine and high desert living. Our hope is to be a source of inspiration for your curated home.

Over the past Decade


Rescued Living is founded, featuring repurposed and upcycled home decor pieces created and curated by Casey, our founder and proprietor. Goods are available for purchase at local pop-ups and vintage markets across Oregon. Formerly ‘Rescued and Repurposed', what started out as a passion project centered around ‘rescuing’ found items,  quickly grew as Rescued Living made a name for itself.


It’s time to expand, and true to the RL mission, Casey and husband Marc rescue a 40’ Blue Bird bus from a wrecking yard that will soon become a mobile shop featuring thoughtfully curated home decor items. Inspired by the food truck trend, Casey hits the road (literally) with her new shop on wheels.

Just one year later Rescued Living has outgrown its mobile shop. With encouragement from friends and family, Casey jumps on the decision to turn her vision into a reality, and goes all in on a brick-and-mortar location in Springfield, Oregon. October 1st, 2016 marks opening day, and the expansion allows for the showcasing of new treasures and home-decor items, gathered from other talented artisans and small businesses, all in celebration of the Pacific Northwest lifestyle. 


An opportunity opens the doors to reestablishing roots back in Central Oregon, where Casey grew up. With the help of an amazing team and supportive family, Rescued Living has now grown into its new location in the Town Square Building in Downtown Sisters. Our continued pursuit is to be a source of inspiration for home design and curation for those with a love of the outdoors, industrial items with a western nod, natural textiles, and the beautiful Pacific Northwest.