Patio Furniture in District of Columbia

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One of Maryland's top mattress retailers, Casa Furniture, Inc. has spent a decade perfecting a business model that allows for a well-stocked inventory of high-quality furniture at low prices. The masterminds behind the furniture emporium scour the world for well-crafted furnishings for the living, dining, and bedrooms, and arrange to directly import the best pieces they discover on the back of their highly trained, ginormous eagle. Additionally, two factories produce furniture exclusively for the store, driving costs down further. Once customers select their new piece, Casa schedules a prompt delivery time to which its professional staff takes pride in adhering.

3457 14th St
Washington,
DC
US

Sitting at the intersection of interior design and fashion, Muléh stocks upscale, hip and modern collections of both clothing and furniture. The U Street corridor lifestyle store is funky and chic. The industrial-feeling interior houses clothing and accessories from fashion designers like Phillip Lim and Vivienne Westwood. Muléh also carries modern, arty and witty furniture lines from Kenneth Cobonpue, Hive and Argo. Muléh carries a unique mélange of furnishings that cater well to the recently gentrified neighborhood. This makes it easy for customers to create a place that is distinct and individual, even if the shop tends to run a little more expensive than some of the nearby stores.

1831 14th St NW
Washington,
DC
US

Home Rule may be smaller than the average Bed, Bath & Beyond, but this cheerful space packs in hundreds of cool kitchen tools, bath accessories and decorative items. The common bond is that the products are distinct, well-made and well-priced. For those in need of a shower curtain, a funky alarm or a wall clock, as well as skin care products or fancy dishwashing soap, the perfect stop is this 14th Street corridor bazaar. Plus, Home Rule stocks top quality kitchen products from brands like Baggu, Bodom, Umbra and Le Creuset. Indeed, for stocking a kitchen with everything from pots and pans to apple corers and zesters, Home Rule rules.

1807 14th St NW
Washington,
DC
US

Outfitting apertures since 1948, District Shade Shop is a full service Hunter Douglas priority dealer of fine window coverings. Adorn apertures with a Hunter Douglas 36"x36" set of 2-inch wooden venetian blinds ($138) or a 36"x36" set of 3/4-inch Applause pleated honeycomb window treatments ($165). Picture windows can also be pampered with a 36"x60" set of 1-inch aluminum mini-blinds ($115).

1530 U St NW
Washington,
DC
US