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John Rosselli's Manhattan antiques store. © Max Burkhalter

John Rosselli. © Max Burkhalter

On the Move

Three new showrooms join the Washington Design Center’s roster

John Rosselli & AssociatesJohn Rosselli, who opened his Manhattan antiques shop 60 years ago, curates hand-painted reproductions, fabrics, wallpaper and lighting in his DC showroom, formerly a Georgetown fixture. The new, 2,000-square-foot design center location adds custom Nepalese rugs from Tufenkian and New Moon to the mix. Suite 325; johnrosselli.com

David Sutherland Showroom—The company’s first DC outpost offers Perennials fabrics and Sutherland outdoor furniture, plus such vendors as Hellman-Chang and Ochre Lighting, in a 5,000-square-foot showroom. Suite 410; sutherlandfurniture.com

Baker—In a move from Cady’s Alley, Baker brings its Milling Road and McGuire brands to a new 6,000-square-foot space. Suite 400; bakerfurniture.com

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