A dealer with a snooze-smart sales staff, Mt. Vernon Sleep Galleries stocks its showrooms with a wide array of slumber surfaces and accessories. Shoppers can flop down upon more than 45 demo mattresses to decide which best suits their nocturnal needs, with queen-sized pillow-top sets starting at $299.99 and matriarch-sized memory-foam sets starting at $499.99. Future commanders of the USS Enterprise like the log-storing drawers under a captain's bed($239.99 for a twin frame), while siblings, BFFs, and president/vice president duos favor a stacked siesta in a bunk bed ($199.99+ for metal, $249.99+ for wood). A cruise through the corral of futons reveals metal ($199.99+) and wood ($299.99+) breeds, both complete with standard mattresses.
One of the largest furniture retailers in the country, RoomStore offers furnishings for all tastes and budgets. Browse elegantly practical seating for the dining room such as a Manhattan side chair with a faux leather seat ($129.99) or a Hancock bench, a classic medieval trestle form that welcomes soul sacks with dignity ($199.99), like the moon welcomes a handsome astronaut. Bedroom pieces are sturdy beauties, such as the Montpelier nightstand ($199.99), that have matching mirrors ($75+) to boast your own beauty. A selection of kids’ furniture, accent tables, and armoires proves RoomStore's forest of furnishings has the makings to feather any nest, birdhouse, or airy loft apartment. Reliable delivery teams ensure furniture is placed and assembled in the preferred spot, be it on the roof or nestled inside a kitchen cupboard.
Rejuvalase MedSpa, as its name suggests, is dedicated to the noninvasive advantages that lasers can provide—in fact, the med spa is so committed to the technology that it offers its own in-house laser-aesthetics training program. But despite Rejuvalase's love of the laser's touchless efficiency, it also proves its allegiance to luxury with an entire department devoted to head-to-toe day-spa treatments and salon services. As one side of the spa bustles with technicians administering laser hair removal and cellulite-reduction treatments, the other side exudes tranquility as clients slip on robes and slippers to receive facials and massages. A relaxation area—dubbed the Peacock Room for its avian-inspired decor and inability to outrun a tiger—allows clients a space to retreat in comfy recliners with a magazine and complimentary beverage in hand.
Founded in 1976, Hardwood Artisans has been building superior hardwood furniture for Washington, DC-area residents for over 35 years now. The company began with two men making loft beds out of birch wood. Now Hardwood Artisans employs over 70 people in Virginia & Maryland & offers furniture made from 7 types of wood.