Where river town intersects Victoriana. On the northwest edge of Oregon, at a spot where the Columbia River meets the sea, lies Astoria. A place seemingly plucked from the pages of a storybook. Up from its scenic river walks, high above the thriving brewpub culture, quaint Victorian-era houses cling to the hillsides overlooking the town; and the ocean in the distance. We have captured this feeling of refined history and river-side sun-bleached driftwood, in a warm, light-grey engineered European Oak. And fittingly named it after the place that inspired it.