DC-based designer opens store on Capitol Hill

DC-based designer opens store on Capitol Hill

Inside designer Melissa Sanabria has opened a store on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C.

Positioned at 409 East Capitol Road SE, Sanabria & Co. provides the whole lot from beeswax candles, throw pillows, native honey and residential fragrances to one-of-a-kind classic rugs.

Sanabria, principal and founding father of inside design studio Sanabria & Co., is thought for mixing the outdated with the brand new and designing areas which are really family-friendly whereas honoring a house’s structure. She chosen lots of the shops’ manufacturers as “Companions with Goal,” every being a small enterprise that represents an vital trigger together with eco-friendly and cruelty free gadgets, naturally-sourced merchandise, women-owned firms and people with sturdy charitable elements. Such manufacturers embody Apotheke, Cultiver, Heddle & Lamm, Jaipur Dwelling, Freres Branchiaux, Honest + Easy, Passerine, Poppy & Pout, Sunday Candle Co., Second Story Honey and Jungle & Loom.

“Sanabria & Co. The Store is a much-needed addition to the Capitol Hill neighborhood,” stated Sanabria. “We’ve all been doing a lot on-line procuring, I wished to create a spot the place individuals can expertise the merchandise, join, and get impressed.”

Sanabria’s imaginative and prescient for her new retailer was to create a spot to attach with the neighborhood in new and other ways. She plans to host workshops, trunk exhibits, and have native makers and artists.

Thomas Lester is Retail Editor for Furnishings At this time and Digital/Managing Editor for House Accents At this time. A graduate of Emory & Henry School’s Mass Communications program, Lester spent a dozen years working for newspapers in Virginia and North Carolina masking an array of topics, starting from neighborhood information, authorities, training, ACC sports activities, skilled baseball and extra earlier than becoming a member of Furnishings At this time in 2013. Attain out to me together with your story concepts, ideas and extra at tlester@homeaccentstoday.com.

DC-based designer opens shop on Capitol Hill

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