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Looking for Best Furniture Stores in Washington DC? Check Out Our List


Whether you recently moved into a new home or just looking to change the interior design of your current house or apartment, it could be a bit tricky to find the best-fitting furniture. Especially when you have so many options in a city like the nation’s capital. Let us help you out by narrowing down the list. Here are top five furniture stores in Washington, DC, according to The DC Post.

Room & Board Modern Furniture

Address: 14th and T Street 1840 14th Street, NW Washington, DC


Phone: (202) 729-8300

Hours: 11 am to 7 pm (Monday – Saturday), 11 am to 6 pm on Sunday

Headquartered in Minneapolis, Minnesota, Room & Board has been around since 1980. It is now serving customers all around the country with more than 900 employees. It features artisan-crafted, modern furniture combined with timeless designs, 90 percent of which are made by American manufacturers.

They offer free design services, where their design associates give you personalized ideas about furniture selection, floor planning, color or material selection, home decor selection, and more. They also support local and national nonprofit organizations. Their DC location is in the R.L. Taylor building located in the Logan Circle neighborhood.

Miss Pixie’s

Address: 1626 14th Street, NW Washington DC 20009


Phone: (202) 232-8171

Hours: 11 am to 6:30 pm (Open every day)


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Miss Pixie’s is known for its stylish vintage home furnishings offered at affordable prices. They purchase their items at auctions in the region. A truckload of vintage pieces that are in good to excellent condition — and ready to use — arrive at the store every week.

From farm tables and bookshelves, to beds, to garden furniture, to original artwork, everything is gone by the end of each week. Hence, it is best to make up your mind quickly when you find a beautiful piece of furniture. They also offer home-made chocolate chip cookies for free to cheer up their customers.

Salt & Sundry

Address: 1309 5th Street, NE Washington, DC 20002


Phone: (202) 556-1866

Hours: 11am to 6 pm (Open daily)


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The home & lifestyle boutique sells tableware and home furnishings, including pillows, textiles, candles, incense, accessories, paper goods, gifts, and more, which it calls “inspiring items,” both from local and international designers.

It features more than 200 independent brands, around 180 of which are women-owned. Salt & Sundry opened its location in the District’s Union Market in 2012. The company has two other DC locations (Logan Circle and Little Leaf) and a pop-up in Bethesda, MD. They also regularly host special events.

Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams

Address: 1526 14th Street NW Washington, DC 20005 (between P & Q Streets)


Phone: (202) 332-3433

Hours: 11am to 6pm (Monday – Saturday), 12pm to 5pm on Sunday

Serving as one of DC’s premier home furnishing brands since 2007, Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams, offers a wide range of furniture options, including pieces for dining room, bedroom, office, outdoor settings, as well as rugs and lighting.

They provide virtual in-home design consultations free of charge, including personalized design consultations, floorplan and storyboard creation, and more.

BoConcept Georgetown

Address: 3342 M Street, NW Georgetown Design District Washington, DC 20007


Phone: (202) 333-5656

Hours: 11 am to 7 pm (Monday – Saturday), 12 am to 6 pm on Sunday

Taking pride in offering the latest contemporary interior designs and accessories, BoConcept brings its customers together with its trained local interior designers, who will guide you to discover your own personalized style, as part of its free services.

The Danish furniture chain that was founded in 1952 has been serving customers with high-quality and functional furniture at affordable prices at more than 250 stores in 60 countries around the world.

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