An affordable and monumental selection of plush beds, sturdy end tables, and stylish home accessories mingle good-naturedly in Ashley Furniture HomeStore’s wondrous warehouse. Pick up a Matrix accent chair ($249) in a bevy of academic hues, such as scarlet, black, and chocolate brown, then use it to accent your next book club meeting’s discussion of Lego Star Wars. A Cubit ottoman with a flip top ($99) comes paired for two potential sets of weary feet. Augment somnolence and fill the skeletal squares of empty bed frames with mattress sets from household brands such as Sealy and Tempur-Pedic.
Instead of exercises that rely on bulky and often single-user workout machines, Three B Fitness’s workouts revolve around functional movement including kettlebell swings, medicine-ball tosses, and body-weight exercises. These moves can be done simultaneously in groups to help keep energy high and morale up. There is one machine used during the facility’s group fitness classes—it’s the rowing machine, an apparatus that cannot be beat for increasing shoulder strength by mimicking the movements of a whitewater-rafting guide powering a raft through rapids or a bathtub with the shower running.
• For $25, you get $50 toward bedding accessories. • For $50, you get $200 toward a mattress set. Mattress Man bestows bedfellows with a wealth of comfortable sleep options, such as luxurious bedding accessories and pillowy mattress sets. Enjoy horizontal relaxation atop a 10-inch memory foam queen mattress set ($899.99+) or a Sealy Posturepedic queen set ($699.99+) to reward aching joints for years of hard work and frequent showings of mashed-potato dance abilities. The store's experienced staff members guide customers toward twin bed sets (starting at $199.99), ideal for youthful siblings, and queen sets (starting at $399.99), which minimize angry edicts from visiting royalty. For households with plenty of snoozing pads, a Pure LatexBLISS queen-size pillow coddles sleepy craniums ($99.99), and a set of mattress protectors ($59.99/twin) bravely guards defenseless mattresses held aloft by a Mattress Man twin bed frame ($49.99). Mattress Man’s free delivery service (for orders of $495 or more within 25 miles of a store) ensures patrons can usher new furniture to their fixture-hungry homes without renting a truck or an accident-prone mattress cannon.
Relying on customer testing and a comfort-scale rating, A Goodnight Sleepstore's accessible retailers pair patrons with cushioned name-brand mattresses that coax them into a restful torpor without overnight aches. Staff have coded the shop’s pillow-top, memory-foam, and firm mattresses on a comfort scale of one to six, allowing customers to quickly gauge which mattresses will offer the firmness needed for back sleeping and which are soft enough to conceal stockpiles of pilfered marshmallow crème. The shop also showcases accessories such as bed frames, pillows, and sheets, allowing customers to fully assemble the requirements for their new sleeping situation. Free delivery is available for bed sets $599 and higher, and a 30-day money-back guarantee ensures clients won’t have to toss and turn over whether they made the right decision.
Voted Best Furniture Store for 2011 by readers of Lexington Life magazine, Scott's Furniture has furnished homes with name-brand designs for two generations. The knowledgeable salespeople oversee a large gallery of sofas, accent furniture ($129+), and dining sets, as sentient recliners ($250+) patrol a labyrinth of ottomans lit only by faint cracks of sunlight and the gallery's many lamps ($69+). In addition to the many designer brands—including Broyhill, Lane, Ashley, and Riverside—Scott's accepts custom orders, so customers can design their own upholstery complete with loose-change pockets and orange Cheeto-stain camouflage. For qualified purchases of $500 or more, Scott's will deliver furniture within 30 miles of its Lexington location, often within 48 hours.
Michaelis Mattress Company's factory-trained sales staff does not work on commission, so they can patiently help sleepyheads find the bed best suited to their needs. Snoozers of all sizes can lie down on the padding of their dreams—from full sets ($329+) to queen sets ($369+) and from king sets ($599+) to ruler-of-the-galaxy sets. Enjoy a futuristically plush Tempur-Pedic set (949+) or opt for the classic bounce of a Simmons ($429+) or Sealy ($499+). Every mattress comes with a 30-day trial period and a lowest-price guarantee, so if the buyer finds a price lower than Michaelis’s within 30 days of buying, Michaelis will double the difference in pricing.