Striving to give every customer a "beducation," the mattress mavens at Mattress Mattress delight in matching humans with their ideal mattresses. Within Mattress Mattress' airy showrooms, customers can test the bounciness of bouncy balls on name brands that include Serta, Sealy, and Kingsdown. A Zoom twin mattress ($158.88) or a Sedona Twin Unit ($999.99) sponge up the elusive epiphanies and grocery lists made right before falling asleep. This Groupon may be used towards larger mattress models such as the Kingsdown Macau queen-size mattress set ($1199.99) or the Serta Helen king-size mattress ($1299.99).
United is Kelowna's leading Irrigation and Landscaping Company that provides design, construction, installation and maintenance services to homeowners, developers & commercial property owners.
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At Cottage Quilting, shelves groan under the weight of more than 3,500 bolts of fabric awaiting adoption by nimble hands. Friendly staffers help customers navigate reams of brightly hued designer cottons, sweet floral prints from Amy Butler, and vivid batik patterns in their quest for the perfect cloth. They can also point crafters toward hand-dyed threads, pattern books, and tools such as rotary cutters and mats, as well as new sewing and embroidery machines from Bernina and Brother. Their classes dole out guidance and inspiration for students of varying skill levels, focusing on anything from binding basics and hand embroidery to crafting reversible aprons that enable a single chef to play both good cop and bad cop with fallen soufflés.
When she's not scouring the wide world in search of high-quality rattan, teak, and cast-aluminum patio furniture, globetrotting entrepreneur and owner of Sun Country, Carol Dodge, designs her own deck-side accoutrements. Dole out pool-side potables on a sleek teak serving tray ($39), or relax in a teak side chair, crafted from kiln-dried timber and epoxy resins. Made from aluminum wrapped in all-weather wicker, rattan stacking chairs simply refuse to stretch, fade, or crack under the pressure of inclement weather ($145), and auto-tilt deck umbrellas cast a protective shadow over apostate sun worshippers and add a festive, futuristic twist to above-ground piña-colada pools ($375).
Tod Mountain Ranch owner and Ireland native Tracey O'Connell has spent her life traveling the world. But in 2007, she bought an 80-acre former cattle ranch after falling in love with the Canadian wilderness near Louis Creek Valley. Today, this property is the Tod Mountain Ranch, which plays host to both humans and horses—its herd of 20 equines roam the ranch and lead a natural lifestyle, never stalled or stabled. Guests of the human variety spend their time riding, hiking, and relaxing at the main lodge, which was built in 2009 along with the guest cabins. Inside each cabin is handmade log furniture, crafted by a local artisan.
When guests aren't exploring the alpine wilderness, they congregate on the main lodge's wrap-around porch over coffee or a cold beer. You won't go hungry at the Tod Mountain Ranch, whose resident chef prepares breakfast, lunch, and a three-course dinner daily. After dinner, head out to the campfire to sing folk songs and gossip about your favorite horses.
In an effort to keep their environmental footprint small, the team at Eco-Clean has abandoned the potentially harmful chemicals used in some traditional dry cleaning in favour of using biodegradable solvents. Even the bags they use to package up cleaned shirts, suits, and adult-size footie pajamas are made of biodegradable plastic, creating less waste in landfills and a more gentle impact on Mother Earth. With four locations, including a new outpost in downtown Kelowna, Eco-Clean’s owners hope to spread their message of responsible business practices and environmental stewardship to their customers and community.
Since 1995, Fuel Pro Systems has fulfilled the propane-related needs of recreationists looking to power barbecue grills and refill tanks. The outfit's propane-cylinder filling service station enables campers to continue cooking meals during their stay in the picturesque Okanagan Valley and enables proud locals to continue searing "Welcome" signs onto strip steaks. Plenty of parking at Fuel Pro Systems gives customers easy access to the station and a quick exit once their tank is full.
Stroll the aisles of Home Hardware long enough and you'll encounter more than 100,000 items, from hand and power tools to paint, plumbing, and electrical supplies. You'll also find something else: ideas. After all, it's hard not to start picturing new ways to improve a home when you're wandering past Home Expressions decor items, garden decorations, plumbing and lighting fixtures, and more than 3500 paint colours. Fortunately, kitchen, colour, and garden experts are on hand to turn customers' nascent ideas into full-blown design plans, much as magicians turn frogs into doves or birthday parties into more boring birthday parties.
Amid the sunny, pistachio-coloured walls of Green & Bear It, a treasure trove of chic outdoor wear, useful gardening gear, and sweet-smelling lotions and perfumes decks out greenskeepers with the tools and trinkets of successful plant husbandry. Customers don wellington boots from Hunter for strolling through dewy pastures, or equip themselves with hedge clippers, rakes, and pitchforks for clearing new beds or chasing away trespassing frankenstein monsters. Over 500 varieties of non-GMO heirloom seeds from West Coast Seeds sprinkle the earth with fresh new greenery, and Woodstock Chimes fill the air with haunting notes and melodies carried by the wind. Guests ready themselves for fruitful yardwork labours with adorable floppy sun hats, sleek rain jackets, and Swarovski-crystal jewellery from local artist Kelly Sweet.
A Canadian-based company with presence throughout the world, Cinnzeo has been baking its indulgent signature cinnamon rolls for more than 25 years. At each location, luscious Cinnarolls and their flavourful spin-offs are served hot within 30 minutes of leaving the oven after being coated in cinnamon, brown sugar, and cream-cheese icing. Patrons can pick up a single roll to pair with coffee or depart with a takeout pack.
In 1978, on a small patch of land on Shannon Lake road, Dogwood Nursery first sprouted its roots. An affable staff and plethora of rare greenery fuelled the nursery's success and launched the business to its current sprawling location on Paynter Road in 1994. Nestled in the rolling countryside, the garden centre and nursery provides visitors with not only plants and trees, but also a verdant escape that exudes rustic charm. Its greenhouse and nursery blooms with perennials, evergreens, fruit trees, and shrubs perfect for gussying up a front yard. Concrete fountains and birdbaths by Henri Studio can adorn any planted plot or drab parking space, and irrigation supplies and landscaping consultations help green thumbs cultivate the finest flora possible.
True Blue Picture Framing’s doors were swung open in 2010 by the steady hands of owner John Pearson, who operates under the mantra, “Great framing does not have to cost you an arm and a leg.” Backed by 14 years of framing experience, John completes all of True Blue’s work on-site, allowing him to control the quality of every piece that enters and leaves the store. From standard keepsakes, such as photos and certificates, to more unique mementos, such as canvases and a child’s first snow angel, True Blue’s arsenal of readymade and custom frames is capable of protecting a wide range of treasures in a stylish manner. The shop also provides canvas stretching to ensure paintings, cloths, and fabrics fit perfectly and don’t cramp up while getting framed.