Ashley Furniture HomeStore is America's #1 Furniture and Mattress Retailer. We have 3 convenient locations here on the First Coast @ St. Johns Town Center, River City Marketplace, and Orange Park @ I-295. We showcase over 50 Mattress Sets from such top brands as Tempur-Pedic, Sealy Posturepedic, Stearns & Foster, Embody.
Louise Kittrel started Circle K Furniture in 1982, selling pine furniture out of her husband’s feed store. Over the years, the family has upgraded spaces but retained country charm inside its furniture-filled oasis for design-thirsty floor-plan fanatics. Inside its 60,000-square-foot showroom, customers can find a variety of room-changing furniture, including brands such as Paula Deen, Better Homes and Gardens, and Marshfield. Sofas (starting at $499) and their mattress-containing sleeper-sofa brethren (from $599) cradle surfing houseguests, and a complete set—including a queen-sized bed, chest, and nightstand (from $1,271, does not include mattress)—can accommodate long-term guests. An attentive staff is also on hand to help self-decorators create their ideal country kitchen, modern living room, or lava-free lounge.
Basset Furniture's skilled design consultants helps revamp bedrooms, living rooms, kitchens, and offices with decorating tips, custom fabrics, and wares from a showroom of home furnishings. Flower stems can bask inside the antique silver case with glass ($114) or use the antique silver pitcher vase ($104) to begin a double life as lemonade. Residents can rest tired noggins on the snazzy pattern of the St. Gilles dec pillow ($69) and illuminate book pages or TV instruction manuals with the Raleigh floor lamp ($399). Patrons can amble across the 100% wool Grandeur persian rug ($269) or admire the chiseled calf muscles of the Ventura round dining table ($619).
Lina M.'s natural, handmade soaps, soaks, salts, scrubs, and creams are whipped up weekly in small batches to ensure that skin-parched patrons receive the freshest products possible. Products tickle the nose's tongue's taste buds with light aromatics such as Oasis, a clean, summery fragrance, or signature scent Lina, a feminine bouquet of wisteria and lilac. The healthful bath brigade includes a 4-ounce honey and crème bath and facial bar made with goat's milk, oatmeal, natural raw honey, shea butter, and olive and aloe vera oil ($7) to moisturize a whole soul-sack from top to toe, whereas 1-ounce Shea to Go travel tins provide easy access to concentrated dollops of creamy African shea butter for scratchy, dry patches. Like a spork, the mineral bubble bath salt ($7) combines the form and function of two essential wares—the skin-softening salt soak and the frothy, prophetic nature of a cauldron's worth of bubble bath. With all items at $7.98 or less, Lina M.'s brand of wholesome luxury is as affordable as it is indulgent.
Atlantic Bedding and Furniture showrooms speckle the Southeast, each one a treasure-trove of fine furniture and top-brand mattresses. Attentive staffers bustle past collections of leather couches and arrangements of dark-wood dining sets, eager to assist customers in their quest to find a memory-foam mattress that best suits their sleeping habits or a rug that best covers up the dungeon trapdoor in their living room. If an item is out of stock, the attendants can have it shipped directly from the company's central warehouse—a cavernous storeroom packed with furniture from top vendors like Coaster, Sealy, and Lifestyle Solutions. Much of the furniture is available online, enabling customers to shop from the comfort of home.
Pottery Works is stocked with a staggering collection of more than 500 unpainted pieces awaiting brush-wielding hands to enliven them with vibrant glazes and paints. Amid the purple walls of the open, expansive studio, adult-and-child duos select uncolored trinkets from the shelves and then, like an artist in ancient Rome, re-envision the featureless pieces with bold colors, luminous golds, and missing arms. Equipped with stencils, stamps, and brushes, kid-parent teams artfully accent plates, tiles, or their clothing with color combinations cultivated from more than 75 glazes.