by April 16, 2010 at 9:30 am 5,323 3 Comments

Luis Gomez Photos Miss Pixie Logan Circle Borderstan

“Miss Pixie” Windsor in front of her store on 14th Street NW: Miss Pixie’s furnishings and whatnot… (Luis Gomez Photos)

For Borderstan‘s ongoing series on local entrepreneurs and retail businesses, we talked to Pixie Windsor, owner of Miss Pixie’s furnishings and whatnot… at 1626 14th Street NW. Windsor first opened her store in August 1997 in Adams Morgan in a 600 square-foot space on Adams Mill Road just north of Columbia Road NW.

Her resale shop thrived there until 2006 when the building was sold and Windsor moved to 18th Street NW for two years. In March 2008 she came to Logan Circle at 1626 14th Street NW where she has 4,000 square feet.

Borderstan: How did you get into this line of business… why did you open a resale shop?

Miss Pixie: I have always been interested in interior design, the decorative arts and furniture. After years in the restaurant business, I finally decided to open a store… and what better name than “Miss Pixie’s furnishings and whatnot…”

Borderstan: How did you end up here on 14th Street?
Miss Pixie: My business partner found the space on 14th. I was very excited because of the heavy retail feeling of the area. Adams Morgan got totally taken over by bars and restaurants and retail just died on the vine there in the last few years. (more…)


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