Acme Mid-Century + Modern HAS RELOCATED!  Our new store is located at 1218 King Street, Alexandria, Virginia.  Just 8 blocks from the old store, in Old Town.  Please note store hours:

  1. New Store (1218 King): Fridays 3pm-7pm, Saturdays 11am-6pm, Sundays 11am-5pm.


GRAND OPENING/4th OF JULY WEEKEND EVENT!  Acme is having a formal Grand Opening event the weekend of July 1 through July 4!  Open Monday and Tuesday, July 3 and 4, from 11am to 5pm. 

  1. Discounts of 10% to 25%

  2. We are also launching our Modernica Mini-Showroom!  Discounts apply to new Modernica and special order items!

NEW 4/28/2016:  Acme mentioned in Northern Virginia Magazine.

Acme Mid-Century + Modern is a purveyor of vintage and modern furniture, artifacts, accessories, sculpture, and art.  

Acme provides a broad selection of periods and styles, though our specialties include Danish and Scandinavian Modern, designs by Charles and Ray Eames, George Nelson, and pieces in Brazilian rosewood.

We are also an authorized dealer for Modernica’s fiberglass seating and Case Study Ceramics® lines.

Acme also provides several related services, including furniture and lighting repair and restoration, design and decor consultation, home and office staging, and rental of vintage furniture and props for television, movies, and the stage.

Located in Alexandria’s historic Old Town neighborhood, Acme is situated among Old Town’s many fine restaurants, galleries, boutiques, and historic sites.  Just off King Street, at 128 South Royal Street, Acme is a block from Old Town’s famous Market Square, which features a farmer’s market on Saturday mornings, and a variety of art and craft shows, entertainment, and special events throughout the year.

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“The idea of furniture and household goods as functional art resonates with many, especially those with limited space.”

Furniture, art, lighting, artifacts, and household goods in the mid-century through modern styles