Sterling & Burke 2824 Pennsylvania Ave NW, Washington, DC20007 Sterling & Burke is store that sells accessories for men and women. It offers leather goods, like bags, wallets,…More document cases and more. The store also sells umbrellas, luggage, jewelry, home goods, sporting gear, gift items and more.
Jack Wills 1079 Wisconsin Ave NW, Washington, DC20007 Jack Wills is a retailer of casual preppy clothing for men and women. It offers pants, tops, jeans, blazers, athletic…More wear, polos and rugby shirts, shorts, skirts, underwear, hosiery, socks and acccessories, as well as home goods and bedding.
Cote Jardin Antiques 3218 O St NW, Washington, DC20007 Even before you step into Cote Jardin, you know your experience will be beautiful. This Georgetown jewel has been tucked…More away on O Street since 2005. Cote Jardin specializes in 18-19th century French antiques. The objects of art in the store are elegant high-end goods that would look wondrous in an exquisite garden or a gorgeous home.
Restoration Hardware 1222 Wisconsin Ave NW, Washington, DC20007 Restoration Hardware offers a large selection of upscale home goods. Its style is a modern interpretation of…More southwestern decor and the furniture is fabulous; just walking through the store makes you feel relaxed since the staff works so hard on the ambiance. Restoration Hardware sells everything from dining sets to beds and everything in between.
Bartolomei & Company is an interior design company specializing in the redecoration or rearrangement of…More individual rooms. The company was founded in 1986 by Lisa Bartolomei, who studied art and design in Italy before returning to the University of Maryland to complete her degree in interior design.
The company is unique in its per-room pricing, which allows homeowners to take on the design of their homes one step at a time. The company has been featured on Good Morning America and in the Washington Post.
Marston Luce Antiques 1651 Wisconsin Ave NW, Washington, DC20007 The "humble elegance" of Marston Luce Antiques is mostly derived from the careful consideration with which all these…More unique pieces are chosen. Opened in 1981 by Mr. Luce and his late wife Julie Southworth, the operation has since been dedicated to providing its customers with a wide range of 18th and 19th century furniture, paintings, folk art and pottery for their homes and gardens. The only thing that has changed in all these years is the origin of the inventory: much of it now comes from France, where owner Luce lives the majority of the year, as well as Sweden. The large and spacious showroom creatively displays its goods and store manager Tom Vogt is always ready to help field any questions or concerns you might have regarding their pieces.