REAL ES­TATE SER­VICES FUR­NI­TURE & HOME DÉ­COR

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COLDWELL BANKER RES­I­DEN­TIAL BRO­KER­AGE

This ven­er­a­ble firm is a lead­ing res­i­den­tial bro­ker­age in the mid-At­lantic area, with 2,200 agents, from the Delaware beaches to north­ern Vir­ginia. 3000 K St. NW, 202-333-6100; mul­ti­ple lo­ca­tions; cold­well­banker­homes.com

COM­PASS

A rel­a­tive new­comer to DC real es­tate, Com­pass prides it­self on its trend watch­ing and its in­no­va­tive use of tech­nol­ogy for mar­ket­ing. Dupont Cir­cle Of­fice, 1506 19th St. NW, #1, 202-4911275; mul­ti­ple lo­ca­tions; com­pass.com

THE FLEISHER GROUP

Marc Fleisher leads this small, highly ex­pe­ri­enced TTR Sotheby’s group, with more than 33 years as an agent and $3 bil­lion in ca­reer sales. 5454 Wis­con­sin Ave., Chevy Chase, 240-2350181; mar­cfleisher.com

LONG & FOSTER, CHRISTIE’S IN­TER­NA­TIONAL REAL ES­TATE

Like its renowned sis­ter com­pany, Christie’s In­ter­na­tional Real Es­tate spe­cial­izes in lux­ury. It op­er­ates in 45 coun­tries, fo­cuses on $1 mil­lion–plus homes, and has more than $100 bil­lion in an­nual sales. 730 12th St. NW, 202-737-1727; lon­gandfoster.com

WASH­ING­TON FINE PROP­ER­TIES

Billed as the pre­em­i­nent “car­riage trade” bro­ker­age in the re­gion, this firm has more than 100 bro­kers spe­cial­iz­ing in af­flu­ent neigh­bor­hoods of DC, Mary­land, and Vir­ginia. Re­cently, WFP’s Nancy Tay­lor Bubes was se­lected to rep­re­sent the for­mer home of first lady Jacqueline Kennedy. IN­SIDER TIP: For a fun real es­tate re­port, sign up for Kim­berly Casey and Daryl Judy’s weekly news­let­ter. 3201 New Mex­ico Ave. NW, #220, 202-9445000; mul­ti­ple lo­ca­tions; wfp.com

BO CON­CEPTS

This Dan­ish-in­spired home fur­ni­ture show­room of­fers cus­tom­ized de­signs as well as ac­ces­sories in­ter­preted from ge­o­graphic lo­ca­tions. One of Bo Con­cept’s most rec­og­nized pieces is the Adelaide chair, cre­ated to fit each cus­tomer’s in­di­vid­ual need. 3342 M St. NW, 202-333-5656; bo­con­cept.com/en-u

CALLIGARIS

Named for an Ital­ian crafts­man who got his start in 1923, the Calligaris brand to­day of­fers Wash­ing­to­ni­ans “smart de­sign”—ver­sa­tile and er­gonomic Ital­ian fur­ni­ture—in an el­e­gant show­room in Ge­orge­town’s stylish Cady’s Al­ley. 3328 M St. NW, 202-244-5544; wash­ing­tondc.calligaris.us

DAL­TON BRODY

A lo­cal go-to for pre­mium gifts and se­lect home goods, Dal­ton Brody of­fers an adorable as­sort­ment of table­top items, hand­made jew­elry, and the per­fect gift for ev­ery oc­ca­sion and per­son, from re­cent col­lege grads to that hard-to-shop-for host­ess. IN­SIDER TIP: Let the team know when you’re pur­chas­ing a gift and they’ll take care of the wrap­ping! 3412 Idaho Ave. NW, 202-244-7197; dal­ton­brody.com

LE VIL­LAGE MARCHÉ

Lo­cated in Cathe­dral Heights, this shop is the place to find ex­quis­ite gifts and home dé­cor items with French flair, courtesy of owner An­gela Phelps. 3318 Wis­con­sin Ave. NW, 202-362-4444; lev­il­lage­marche.com

LIGNE ROSET

This for­ward-think­ing de­sign com­pany of­fers high-end, French-built con­tem­po­rary fur­ni­ture, home dé­cor and ac­ces­sories, light­ing, and tex­tiles, in col­lab­o­ra­tion with dozens of top de­sign­ers. 2201 Wis­con­sin Ave. NW, 202-248-3112; ligneroset-dc.com

ROOM & BOARD

This high-end, Amer­i­can-made fur­ni­ture and home goods store has a vast se­lec­tion spread across four beau­ti­ful lev­els. Shop­pers can find ev­ery­thing from solid-wood din­ing ta­bles and chic kids’ bunk beds to hand­some bed­ding and pic­ture frames, plus a wide va­ri­ety of ac­ces­sories and out­door fur­nish­ings. 1840 14th St. NW, 202-729-8300; roomand­board.com

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