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Furniture Goes Political
Furniture mogul Mitchell Gold has a proposal for encouraging international harmony.
A Stylish Retreat From All That
The Gracious Room Fall 2004 Design House will be open to the public until Dec. 18.
1. And George 3465 Ivy Rd.
2. Artifacts 109 First St. South
Thomas Jefferson's town has long been known as one of the best places in America to go to college, and a terrific place to retire. A 2004 Frommer's survey ranked it as the No. 1 place to live among 400 U.S. cities.
A Custom Catalogue
Williams-Sonoma Home, a new 80-page catalogue, is aimed at the upscale home furnishings consumer.
Bought for the Mayor, Then Sold
A sell-a-thon of antique furnishings bought for the would-be mayoral mansion on Washington's Foxhall Road.
Wingback Chairs and Armoires on Aisle 4
Along a gritty industrial corridor about 20 miles northeast of Baltimore, a cavernous, dimly lit space once home to a rundown Kmart is crowded with down-filled sofas, mahogany dining tables, tole lamps, silver-leaf mirrors and glass-fronted bookcases.
Cool in Clarendon
Take two globetrotting couples with home furnishings stores in Puerto Rico, add a factory in Turkey plus almost 8,000 square feet of retail space in Clarendon. Mix well.
Georgetown Flea Hits Arlington
Shopping for a Decorator: Stores Big and Small Offer Design Help At Home. Just Ask. (Post, June 17, 2004)
Adventures in Furniture: Exotic Designs From Far-Flung Locales Spark National Geographic's New Line (Post, June 3, 2004)
A Catalogue Comes to Town (Post, June 3, 2004)
Antiques Road Trip (Post, May 20, 2004)
Turning Things Inside Out in Georgetown (Post, May 6, 2004)
CLICK HERE (Post, May 6, 2004)
Like Sisal, But Better (Post, April 29, 2004)