AT DC: Washington Post Buzz

We were so pleased today to hear from Colleen that the arrival of AT DC had already created buzz online at WashingtonPost.com with our blogging of Finials Antiques.

As we've done in NY, CH, LA and SF, blogging local sources helps folks out and creates real value that the shelter magazines which cater to their national audience overlook.

Here's the link and the excerpt below....Colleen's post on Finials Antiques slipped into this conversation stream at the Posts online "Home Front" channel:

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DC: Can I put in a plug for a website to which I have become addicted, but have no affiliation (darn!). I am HOOKED on apartmenttherapy.com, which recently added a DC blogger to its NY, SF, Chicago team. The site is updated all the time, and also has a sister site re-nest.com, which focuses on green living. One of the new DC bloggers put up a post about a consignment store literally a mile from my house (where I've lived for nine years), which I had never heard of!!

Jura Koncius: Could you share the name of that consignment store with us please...

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DC consignment store: It's Finial's Antiques, on Livingston St, near Chevy Chase Circle.

Jura Koncius: Oh yes. That isn't really a consignment store, although they may take a few things on consignment. They sell old things they take a fancy too and sometimes refinish or paint. It's a wonderful source. 3813 Livingston St. NW. And if you go there, also go to Periwinkle a few doors down which has adorable hostess gifts, candy and stationery.

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Maxwell left teaching in 2001 to start Apartment Therapy as a design business helping people to make their homes more beautiful, organized AND healthy. The website started up in 2004 with the help of his brother, Oliver.

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