Showing posts with label furniture. Show all posts
Showing posts with label furniture. Show all posts

Saturday, June 8, 2024

Timeless Living opening in Rockville

Timeless Living
, a furniture retailer, is coming to Rockville Pike. It has leased a 13,441-square-foot space at Congressional Plaza on the second level, above The Container Store. That space was formerly home to Neiman Marcus Last Call Studio. Timeless Living has an existing furniture showroom at Tysons Corner Center.

"Timeless Living offers luxury, mid-century, and modern furniture," the store's marketing materials state. "It offers high-end, premium-quality furniture with personalized service, also mid-century furniture designs from the mid-20th century with clean lines and functionality. [W]e also offer modern contemporary designs inspired by the latest trends and often feature customizable options."

Saturday, May 13, 2023

Cabinet Era opening in Rockville

Cabinet Era
is opening its fourth area location at the Pike Center, at 12145 Rockville Pike. The wholesale cabinet retailer is aimed as much at builders and contractors, as to the individual resident seeking to upgrade their kitchen. Prepare to save as much as 65% on name brand cabinets and vanities, along with design services and delivery. Stay tuned for details on their grand opening event.

Tuesday, March 21, 2023

Arhaus to open at Montgomery Mall in Bethesda

will soon open a Bethesda location at Westfield Montgomery Mall. Construction of the furniture store is already underway inside their generously-sized showroom space on Level 1, as you can see below. Arhaus was founded in 1986, and specializes in heirloom-quality furnishings made from materials like wicker, aluminum, and teak. The company supports an exhaustive range of causes and organizations, from environmental sustainability to LGBTQ+ advocacy groups. In 2021, it opened a manufacturing and distribution facility in North Carolina to demonstrate its commitment to another goal, bringing back currently-offshored jobs to the United States.

Friday, August 12, 2022

Kids2Teen Bedrooms store closing in Rockville (Photos)

You might save a few bucks on back-to-school bedroom makeovers at Kids2Teen Bedrooms at 1052 Rockville Pike, in the Edmonston Crossing shopping center. Unfortunately, it is because the store is closing. A closing sale is now underway. The sale includes mattresses, platform beds, futons, sofa convertibles, and Murphy cabinets. Everything must go!!

Monday, August 8, 2022

Persiano Rugs opens in new Rockville location

Persiano Rugs
has relocated in Rockville. Previously located in the former Chicken Out restaurant building at 1560 Rockville Pike, it has expanded into a larger space, the former Danker Furniture building at 1582 Rockville Pike. Persiano carries furniture by top brand names, lighting fixtures and artwork. It was founded in 2000, and also specializes in custom furniture orders, and interior design consultation.

Thursday, April 14, 2022

Homesense opening Rockville store (Photos)

is opening a store at the Montrose Crossing shopping center on Rockville Pike. The home goods retailer is part of the conglomerate that owns TJ Maxx, Marshalls, HomeGoods and Sierra. Homesense carries furniture, lighting, decor, art, rugs, home office goods, everything you need to entertain, and even a broad line of hardware and home improvement tools and materials. The store takes over the A.C. Moore space near Bob's Discount Furniture at the rear of the property.

A sign has been attached to the storefront, and is already lit, even though the store is not ready to open yet. Montrose Crossing has rapidly become a one-stop shop for new or redecorating homeowners, with Value City Furniture, Bob's Discount Furniture, Home Depot Design Center, Target and now Homesense all on one site. Property owner Federal Realty has also been on a home decor streak at Bethesda Row, but here at Montrose Crossing, the furniture and decor are available at a much wider spectrum of price points. Homesense touts its prices as 20-60% below competitors, achieved by intercepting large order cancellations by other retailers, or buying up inventory from chains who are clearing shelves as seasons change.

Sunday, April 3, 2022

Danker Furniture closes in Rockville (Photos)

Danker Furniture
has permanently closed on Rockville Pike. The company says orders are still being processed, even though the physical store has closed. Customers can call 301-881-6010 if they have questions.

A sad goodbye for a longtime fixture of Rockville Pike retail. They used to have a Bethesda location, as well. Is your home a "Danker-designed home?" Relive some nostalgic Danker Furniture memories in this YouTube video shot inside the store in 2008, and with a 1987 Danker TV commercial.

Thursday, November 5, 2020

MD Furniture to open Rockville store

Montrose Crossing is solidifying itself as an interior design and home furnishings destination on Rockville Pike. Recent tenant additions Home Depot Design Center and Value City Furniture will now be joined by MD Furniture

MD Furniture, which recently opened a store in Laurel, will take over the other half of the former Barnes & Noble building that Home Depot Design Center is in. The chain carries home furnishings, mattresses, bedroom furniture, chandeliers and accessories. 

Monday, June 26, 2017

Persiano Furniture Outlet opens on Rockville Pike (Photos)

Persiano Furniture Outlet has just opened at 1598-A Rockville Pike. It is in the former Watercrafters Pools & Spas building, near the new Salvation Army Store and AT&T. I like how they've converted the showroom to look very much like a living room. Persiano is a Montgomery County-based retailer, and has been in business since 2000.