Red Barn Mercantile opened its doors in September 2007 with a single vision in mind: Providing old and new to offer our customers signature whole-room designs at great prices.
We're more than a furniture boutique and provide more personalized service than a big box retailer. We work hard to bring you the highest quality furniture and gifts, the most unique conversation starters, wall hangings and accent pieces, whether they come from off-the-beaten-track flea markets, or the latest designers.
As soon as you enter Red Barn Mercantile, you're welcomed by the mild scents of bath soaps and leather, candles and wood. Laughter blends with jazz as shoppers smooth the fabrics, gaze at the glassware and flip through books with their children.
Sure, there are bigger retailers in the Washington, D.C., area, but look below the veneer of "vintage" and you'll find the same mass-produced pieces that are in a million other homes.
Owner Amy Rutherford started Red Barn because she wanted to deliver a service -- to provide both old and new in one place. No longer will busy shoppers be limited to reproductions or forced to shop multiple flea markets for the look or gifts they want.
And if we don't have the one-of-a-kind piece you seek, we will add it to our shopping list and notify you when we find it. If you need design ideas, we're here to help. If you're working within a budget we will show you the options.