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Arts District/U Street/Shaw Shopping

One-of-a-kind pieces and treasure troves fill these eclectic antique, furniture and clothing stores in this creative neighborhood.

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Stumble upon reasonably priced, stylish antiques with an industrial and mercantile flair.

Goodwood is not your grandmother's antique store. Walk in and you'll stumble upon reasonably priced, stylish treasures with an industrial flair from auctions and estate sales, like a Victorian kitchen table, antique warehouse step stool or pie safe. Everything is made in the USA, and if you see something you love, grab it because it won't be there tomorrow. There are also plenty of goodies small enough to fit in a suitcase, like a collection of artisan sundries displayed in antique feed bins that add to the mercantile vibe. Mixed in between housewares are a few new women's fashions from small New York City designers, hand picked by Goodwood's owner.

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Sophisticated city dwellers shop accessories and staples from indie designers.

An edgy boutique for the sophisticated city dweller, Redeem carries mostly dark and neutral-colored pieces from small and up and coming indie designers like Kai-aakmann, Religion and Something Else. Vintage furniture and accessories are woven into the nicely curated, seasonal collections that center on a theme. Admire 16th century reproduction wall murals by Jake Coleman as you peruse everything from soy candles to vintage books to drawing pencils to men's apothecary items.