According to Pantone, the blue-based purple shade “suggests the mysteries of the cosmos, the intrigue of what lies ahead, and the discoveries beyond where we are now."
When voting closed at 5 p.m. on New Year’s Eve, the British-themed antiques and home-décor shop was declared the winner, with 558 votes on the Georgetown BID’s Facebook page.
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Enjoying your very own Georgetown backyard requires little creativity with the help of these fine retailers and especially if you love the outdoors.
This year, we made life a little easier for you. In anticipation of Father’s Day, we went ahead and curated a list of gifts for Dad — all from Georgetown retailers. Whether it’s time for him to redesign his desk space, his outfits need a little sprucing up or he’s ready to break out a few cigars with the boys, we’ve got you covered.
Start the day celebrating Mom (or Mum, across the pond) with a traditional, yet luxurious breakfast in bed. It will set the tone for her day in the best way possible. You can shop the Georgetown boutiques and surprise her with a tray of treats to enjoy all year long.
Nothing speaks “spring” like blue and white porcelain. Walking up Wisconsin Avenue on a recent crisp yet warm afternoon, I noticed an abundance of glistening blue and white porcelain in the shops of the 1400, 1500 and 1600 blocks. The eye-catching displays inspired me to make my home “spring ready” for Easter, Passover or possibly Earth Day — both inside and out. Welcome spring!
The Ides of March have us under Mother Nature’s thumb with the fluctuation and unpredictability of weather. Some days, especially on the weekends, we simply want to stay in bed and pull the sheets over our heads. Then our minds awaken and we crave tea, coffee or books. Termed “librocubicularist,” a person who reads in bed, would describe many of us this time of year. Let’s make that experience as memorable as we can.