Spring Sales Roundup

If the longer days and (slightly) warmer temperatures have you in the spring cleaning mindset, here are a few furniture store sales that can help you restock and refresh.

Arise Gallery, which specializes in Asian artifacts, handcrafts, and antiques, is closing its furniture and home-decor division—and putting everything on sale. Through the end of April, furniture and lighting are 50 to 70 percent off, tribal baskets are 50 percent off, Japanese antique dolls are 40 percent off, and Buddhas are 30 percent off. Everything else in the store is marked down 20 to 40 percent.
5114 Roanoke Place, College Park; 301-486-1230

The three area locations of Design Within Reach sell moderately priced contemporary furniture and accessories. Now they’re even more affordable. DWR’s semi-annual sale runs through March 18. Take 10 percent off more than 1,000 items. At the Georgetown location, that includes floor samples that are already 40 to 60 percent off.
3307 Cady’s Alley, Georgetown; 202-339-9480
1838 Columbia Road., NW; 202-265-5640
4828 St. Elmo Avenue, Bethesda; 301-215-7200

Throughout the month, The Kellogg Collection, which carries classic English-style furniture and antiques, is having an upholstery sale. Take 20 to 30 percent off upholstery and fabrics at all three area locations.
3424 Wisconsin Avenue, NW; 202-363-6879
10241 Old Georgetown Road, Bethesda; 301-897-9102
1353 Chain Bridge Road, McLean; 703-506-0850

Theodore’s Contemporary Interiors, one of the region’s oldest modern-furniture stores, runs a two-month sale beginning March 17. All accessories, lighting, and furniture will be marked down 20 to 30 percent.
2233 Wisconsin Avenue, NW; 202-333-2300

From March 21 through 23, Vastu, a furniture store/art gallery hybrid on 14th Street near DC’s Logan Circle, will run its annual floor sample sale. Get up to 50 percent off everything from sofas to coffeetables to beds.
1829 14th Street, NW; 202-234-8344

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