Organizing Washington DC

Thursday, June 20, 2013

Last week we took you down South and this week we are looking to our nation’s capital for answers on where to shop for unique home organizing goods. Sit back, relax, and enjoy while the NEAT DC Duo, gives us a tour of the East.

Stop #1 :: Urban Country – Bethesda, MD
There is a reason why the Washington Post referred to Urban Country as “the best kept secret in Interior Design”. Every trip to this store leaves us feeling inspired with chic ideas on how to complete an organized space for our clients. We love everything from the furniture to accessories, and especially love their location in the heart of beautiful Bethesda.

Urban Country Maryland, Home Decor, Home Organizing

Stop #2 :: Lucketts – Leesburg, VA
Set in a restored farmhouse, Lucketts is the perfect stop for unique vintage pieces. With products ranging from hardware to votives, this antique store has all the essentials to transform your boring home into a statement. Located in Virginia’s wine country, its rustic charm adds to this perfect day trip destination.

Lucketts Virginia, Home Decor, Home Organizing

Stop #3 :: The French Apartment – Georgetown, DC
Nothing screams “charm” like a 19th century building in the heart of Georgetown. With a mix of vintage and modern goods, this is one of our favorite spots to add character to any space. Their beautiful baskets and unique furniture storage solutions add a one-of-a-kind touch to a clients’ home.

The French Apartment Georgetown, Home Decor, Home Organizing

Stop #4 :: Decorium – Old Town Alexandria, VA
While it may be located in the busy city of Alexandria, Decorium, transports you into a storybook world. Carrying only the most whimsical of bookcases, shelves, and drawers, this fairytale-like store is a must stop for anyone looking to add a sense of charm into their home.

Decorium Old Town Alexandria, Home Decor, Home Organizing

Isn’t it great to know that behind all of the politics there are some amazing little treasures in our nation’s capital. We sure think so!

Thanks Catherine and Raelynn for the tour!

the NEAT girls