Walter E. Smithe's huge showrooms contain more than 500 collections of high-quality designer furniture and home accessories, stocking brands including Drexel Heritage, Nourison, Hancock and Moore, and Bradington-Young. Fill a brass-trimmed vase ($119) with flowers, pencils, or wishes, or keep winter moisture stylishly contained in a hand-painted umbrella stand ($99). Walter E. Smithe's selection of four-legged pieces includes an Ontario end table ($299) and a Louise chair ($599). Most products come with impressive warranties, including a 10-year guarantee for every cushion on the comfy Kayla sofa ($1,749).
Owned by a friendly family of flora lovers, Olde Schaumburg Flowers creates memorable floral arrangements for special occasions and everyday expressions of gratitude. The shop flaunts its bloom-chopping chops for each florist-designed bouquet ($39.99+), drawing from two decades of experience, a collection of the season's most stunning specimens, and a supply of fresh flowers that arrive daily. Shoppers can treat birthday girls to pink Poetry corsages, made of heather and orchids ($25.99), or can convey sympathy with a Warm Embrace bouquet of white calla lilies and blushing roses ($94.99+). Snag an FTD Festival of Color vase ($59.99+) to announce new love more boldly than a pack of tuba-playing elephants.
At Back to Bed's South Loop location, manager Kip Wilkinson puts customers at ease with a friendly attitude, helping them find a bed that fits their individual needs and budget. The experienced delivery staff also sets up new beds and removes old ones, with a variety of delivery options available. At the show room, Tempur-Pedic, Stearns & Foster, and Simmons Beautyrest mattresses await rigorous testing, and the sleep-savvy employees help shoppers determine if they're more suited to a firm or soft mattress or to creamy or chunky peanut butter. Aside from a wide selection of mattress types and brands, Back to Bed also offers accessories such as ergonomic memory foam pillows.
In 1908, Madison and State became the numerical zero-markers of Chicago’s new street system, making the corner where they intersected the new epicenter of city commerce. On nearby Wabash Avenue, the company jumped into the furniture game the same year, selling home furnishings built by skilled local craftsmen. More than 100 years later, the shop still buzzes with that original energy, connecting customers with the finest home furnishings from more than 50 manufacturers. The fourth-generation family business has migrated from the city center to five suburban locales, where showrooms display gleaming hardwood tables, towering entertainment centers, and elegant leather couches. Along with accent pieces and kid-centric design items, each Toms-Price location also offers special services such as furniture refinishing, reupholstering, and moving help. On-staff interior designers can also lend their eye to design projects, artfully arranging rooms and selecting the color schemes, fabrics, and wax doll heads that best bring out the inner you.
Potted Petals is a unique gift shop that carries a large variety of gift items that are ever changing. You will find unusual gifts, live plants, container gardens, personalized gift baskets and some vintage items. Also silk floral arrangements, professional landscape designs and garden consultations. Or help with holiday d