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The Top 5 Places to Get Office Furniture in Washington, D.C.

The Top 5 Places to Get Office Furniture in Washington, D.C.

Office furniture can say a lot about your company.

It can show your priorities, whether you're trying to look professional or keep your employees comfortable. It can illustrate whether you care about modern advances, or if you prefer how business used to be conducted.

No matter what you choose, your office furniture will leave an impression on anyone who walks in your doors.

As the premier business Internet and telecommunications provider in the Washington, D.C. area, we've been helping new and existing businesses get set up in new offices for over 20 years. During that time, we've worked with some great office furniture providers. Here are our top five picks for office furniture in Washington, D.C.

The 5 Best Providers of Office Furniture in Washington, D.C.

The following companies in Washington, D.C. are well reviewed, but although each has its own pricing and flavor of style, finding the one that best fits your office's needs will still require some research.

There are some critical things you want to consider when selecting the company that'll provide your furniture. First, do they offer interior designs to help you get the feel you want? Second, are their showrooms accessible so you can experience their setups? And third, how many brands do they work with?

Check out their sites, visit their showrooms, and you'll be sure to find inspiration for setting up your office interior.

1. Washington Workplace

Office-Furniture-Washington-WorkplaceWashington Workplace made a name for themselves by creating and selling high-functioning work environments. With a consultation, they'll develop a solution for your workplace that meets the needs of your organization while maintaining the style that represents your brand best.

The Washington Workplace team studies offices and the people who inhabit them, learning what the best setup is for that specific organization. Then, they can provide 2D and 3D rendering of your space so you can swap color schemes with little effort. And with access to hundreds of manufacturers, you're sure to find something that fits your needs.


You can visit Washington Workplace at 2300 South 9th St, Suite 505, in Arlington. You can also call them at (703) 979-7835 for more information. 


2. Purgistics


Purgistics was founded in the late '90s with one goal: to provide their customers with an excellent office furniture buying experience. To do this, they've partnered with hundreds of brands to tailor the entire experience to your company.

The company is made of corporate furniture experts who deliver information, services, products, and support to their customers. They consider everything from your industry to your company culture before giving recommendations on the type of furniture that best fits your office.


You can find their D.C. showroom at 3299 K St NW, Suite 110 in the city. You can also reach them at 202-644-1300.

3. Room & Board


Room & Board has been in business for over 35 years, providing modern furnishings that are timeless and comfortable. In 2019, they were awarded the title of Most Innovative Company by Fast Company for the treatment of its staff.

They offer personalized ideas and advice from design specialists, helping you with floor planning, color schemes, and furniture selection at no cost. And, with over one hundred brands to choose from, there's no shortage of options.


The Washington, D.C. office is open daily from 11:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m., except on Sundays when they close an hour earlier. You can visit them at the intersection of 14th and T Street (1840 14th Street) or call them at 202-729-8300 for more information.

4. Steelcase WorkLife Center


Steelcase prides themselves in designing holistic workspaces that improve productivity while remaining appealing to the eye. All of their centers serve as showrooms as well as a location to host meetings or work in a different environment.

Their designs range from artistic to more modern, providing a styling solution for any type of business in any industry. With just over ten partnered brands, they're more limited than the other companies on the list, but still have plenty of quality products to deliver a result you're satisfied with.


Steelcase can be reached at 202-962-6760, or by visiting their office at 1000 F Street NW, Suite 1000.

5. The HON Company


The HON Company has been in business since 1944, providing their expert services to a wide range of companies. They believe furniture needs to have more purpose than just looks, and the fact that they still receive requests for filing cabinets built in the '70s is a testament to that.

Their D.C. showroom earned the U.S. Green Building Council's LEED* Silver certification, proving they can handle more requirements than just filling an office with furniture. In addition to their green products, HON partners with dozens of other brands to bring you a wide range of flavors.


For more information on how The HON Company can help you, call them at 202-223-1411 or visit their D.C. showroom at 1101 Connecticut Ave NW, Suite 300.

Choosing the Furniture You Need

Because of the high number of office spaces in Washington, D.C., there will likely never be a shortage of companies who provide interior design recommendations and products.

To find the best brand to handle your design, take a look at their previous creations to see what's most appealing to you. From there, it's as simple as requesting some designs and deciding which you like best.New call-to-action

Tom Collins
Post by Tom Collins
August 7, 2019
Tom is the Director of Enterprise Sales & Marketing for Atlantech Online. He has over 20 years of professional experience in the Internet Service Provider industry and is known for translating technology into positive results for business. A native of Washington, DC, a graduate from University of Maryland (degrees in Government & Politics and Secondary Education), Tom is also a five-time Ironman finisher.