Home & Garden in Bellefontaine

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Mattress Mart's slumber experts stock their stores with locally made and major-brand sleep surfaces—such as Serta and Englander—in twin, full, queen, and king sizes. Customers can rest their backs on the firm billows of a Posture Cushion twin set or support larger-scale lumbar regions with a soft, flippable Crazy Quilt king-size set. Mattress Mart also curates the Pure Rest line, which boasts a stamp of approval from the Ohio State Chiropractic Association for its top-notch support second only to sleeping on a pile of loving aunts.

483 Colemans Xing
Marysville,
OH
US

With an array of locally grown greenery, Cooley's sprouts most of its flowers and earthy edibles in one of seven on-site greenhouses. Cooley's quiet countryside location fosters a soothing browsing experience, whether visitors are looking for roses ($19.50) and wave petunias ($9.95 for six) to impress a loved one, or tomato and pepper plants ($1.95 each) to grow their own arsenal to throw at nagging comedians. Other items such as organic fertilizer ($8.99) and potting soil ($6.30) help facilitate home garden upkeep. Customers can work with one of Cooley's planting experts to transform their empty pots and baskets into blossoming bins of beauty. After a thorough consultation, a horticulturalist will design radiant plant and flower arrangements, which will ripen in the greenhouse for a few weeks until they're ready to be picked up and placed as the ideal accent for a patio, a windowsill, or the stolen piece of Stonehenge hidden in the basement.

14130 Middleburg Plain City Rd
Plain City,
OH
US

Allisten Manor's Flower Box, located in Piqua, Ohio is committed to bringing you the highest quality floral arrangements with our top-notch service. Since our grand opening in June of 2006 our team of experienced designers with over 75 years of experience have produced 100's of arrangements for satisfied customers. Our busi

1622 Washington Ave
Piqua,
OH
US

Inside Ashley Furniture HomeStore’s sprawling warehouses and show rooms, friendly staffers stock plush beds, sturdy end tables, and stylish home accessories. Expert designers craft these dwelling fillers, testing raw materials' durability and basic arithmetic skills before transforming them into classy furniture items that mesh with any decorating style. They build many tables and chairs to meet eco-friendly business standards, using recycled engineered wood to reduce landfill waste and slow down deforestation. Ashley also stocks nonwood items, including a selection of state-of-the-art body-cushioning mattresses from brands such as Sealy and Simmons.

For an additional charge, Ashley Furniture HomeStore transports its furniture using its own fleet of semi trucks and fighter planes, which ensure that comfortable couches and slick dining-room tables are never damaged and always fresh smelling. Each location is locally owned and operated, meaning staffers are friendly residents who know which couches best complement regional design trends and indoor weather patterns.

3223 Elida Rd
Lima,
OH
US

Scioto Gardens grows perennials, ferns, grasses, and flowering shrubs with an emphasis on native plants. But our passion for plants can’t be limited to only native species, so exotics are also grown— provided they are not species detrimental to our environment. Great customer service is provided along with great plants.

3351 State Route 37 W
Delaware,
OH
US

X-ray technicians at the local hospital shook their heads at their motionless patient—a mummified bird that had appeared in a lot of Egyptian artifacts set to go up for auction. After the techs confirmed that the bird was genuine, Richard "Jeff" and Amelia Jeffers, owners of Garth's Auctions, couldn't wait to put the important piece of ancient history in their catalog. Amelia Jeffers remembers that in fact, the bird did poorly at auction, as not many people collect mummified Egyptian wildlife. Instead, collectors flock to Garth's Auctions for vintage Americana, local folk art, Oriental rugs, and even real estate.

Since its opening in 1954, Garth's Auctions has appraised and sold thousands of collectibles at auction, but took on newfound enthusiasm and energy in 2006, when the husband-and-wife auctioneer team took it upon themselves to make auctions accessible to everyone. Amelia notes that first-timers should not be intimidated by the auction format, as the price range for items varies widely and auction catalogs list everything from fine art to firearms and novelty toys. She remembers recently auctioning off an antique novelty vampire-slaying kit complete with a wooden stake, garlic flour, and holy water. A large team of certified appraisers also leads scheduled walk-in appraisal days at museums across the country, and are available to appraise antiques in-house or in the ancient ziggurats where they are discovered.

Garth's Auctions has also worked to expand their environmentally-friendly endeavors such as printing catalogs with Forest Stewardship Council–approved recycled paper and replacing old company cars with fuel-efficient hybrids. However, the Jefferses believe that their most important green contribution is their day-to-day collecting and repurposing of antiques that reduce demand for new items.

2097 London Road
Delaware,
OH
US