Vintage boutique Harmony Rogue Interiors opens in Midtown

Midtown’s newest vintage boutique and art gallery opened yesterday.

Harmony Rogue Interiors (2317 J Street) comes from Jennifer Keller, the local artist who once owned the now-shuttered CoolCat Gallery just around the corner. Harmony replaced Dragatomi, the designer toy store.

Inside, there’s a diverse collection of locally-sourced fine art, handmade jewelry and vintage fashion, furniture and decor. It’s a bit like Scout Living (1215 18th Street), but smaller, less antique furniture-based and more curated toward home design. Think edgy lighting, intricately-painted pottery and random, beautiful knick-knacks that are—surprisingly—quite reasonable in price. 

The shop is open from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesday through Sunday, and it’ll hold its grand opening reception during Second Saturday from 6 to 9 p.m. on April 11. Learn more here.

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