With an eye for the feminine, the ornate, and the fabulous, Miss Pixie's pink-painted walls house a whimsical - yet, well-edited - collection of furniture, kitchenware, art, and all sorts of other knickknacks. The vibe is sort of Anthropologie shabby chic, with some Charlotte York and French Country thrown in. On my first trip, I found a sweet little mustard-yellow end table, with an even sweeter price tag in the double digits. Last New Year's Eve, upon realizing that I had no champagne flutes, I headed over to Miss Pixie's and scored a vintage set of four for $12. Browsing the neatly displayed collection feels pleasantly like wandering around your most stylish friend's apartment, whose furnishings just happen to be for sale. Plates of chocolate chip cookies add to the coziness factor, as does a sales staff who remembers faces and names.
Thankfully, Miss Pixie's is still relatively nearby. I think I'm long overdue for an artist's date there. If you live in the area or you're planning a visit to DC, I definitely encourage you to check it out! I promise you won't be disappointed!
Images via Miss Pixie's.