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Boffi | DePadova. Photo: Stacy Zarin Goldberg

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The latest on DC’s furniture scene

Boffi | DePadova is the latest iteration of Boffi Georgetown. In this newly revamped and expanded, 6,275-square-foot showroom, Boffi’s sleek kitchen and bath systems are joined by DePadova’s contemporary furnishings as well as door systems by ADL and Japanese furniture from Time & Style—all part of Boffi’s Made in Italy group. “We’re excited about the expansion of Boffi brands,” says showroom managing director Julia Jensen. “Visitors can experience all the products under one roof.” 3320 M Street, NW; boffi.com

MATT CAMRON RUGS & TEXTILES
The high-end carpet atelier has expanded its original second-story Georgetown location, taking over the former Marston Luce storefront below. The updated, 3,000-square-foot showroom boasts a calm, minimalist backdrop perfect for showcasing textiles, antique rugs and signature custom carpets woven by artisan-partners around the world. Fabric and lighting by UK-based Rose Uniacke and fabric by Design of the Times are on offer in the DC area exclusively through Matt Camron. 1651 Wisconsin Avenue, NW; mattcamron.com

THEODORES BY CANTONI
When Theodores, a contemporary-furniture mainstay in Upper Georgetown, recently closed its doors, Cantoni stepped in. The modern furniture and interior design company headquartered in Dallas took over the 10,000-square-foot showroom in August 2023. Renamed Theodores by Cantoni, the location proffers a wide range of furnishings and accessories by brands including Cattelan Italia, BDI Furniture, Malerba and American Leather. In-house design services encompass space-planning, interior finishes, furniture customization, fine art consulting and closet and kitchen design. 2233 Wisconsin Avenue, NW; cantoni.com

B&B Italia
In October 2023, B&B Italia debuted a new flagship—its first DC showroom—in Georgetown’s Cady’s Alley. Italian architect Piero Lissoni, the company’s creative director, designed the store, juxtaposing streamlined interiors with the building’s historic envelope. The 12,809-square-foot space (the brand’s fifth brick-and-mortar location in the U.S.) spans three floors and features luxe contemporary furnishings from B&B Italia, Maxalto and Azucena; Arclinea kitchens and lighting by Flos and Louis Poulsen are also on display. 3330 M Street, NW; bebitalia.com

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