Helmed by creative design consultant Suzie Ballard, Felix and Caroline’s melds high-quality design services with each customer’s distinctive tastes, allowing them to play an active role in their dwelling space’s design possibilities. Interior aesthetics mentors begin the two-hour consultation by gleaning information about the owner's tastes, budget, and lifestyle, then present their suggestions for enhancing the abode's artistry. The consultation permits design guru and student to spend their time in any number of rooms or focus all their attention on the doghouse foyer.
For 39 years, family-run Oak Tree Furniture has collected an array of cherry, oak, maple, pine, and upholstered furnishings, including American-made and Amish-built items, inside a 36,000-square-foot showroom. Residents can cool freshly baked oat loaves atop a 12-inch oak bakers rack ($185), piece together a puzzle with their kids atop a five-piece painted children’s table ($169), or prove their vampire-free lineage by revealing their reflection in a standup Cheval mirror ($171). Newborns feed their hunger in a sturdy, solid-oak high chair ($145) and listen to tales of a simpler time while swaying back and forth in a rocking chair ($199). Oak Tree Furniture’s staff works commission-free to ensure a pressure-free visit and service geared to enhance each customer's experience.
Magic Mattress is locally owned and operated with two locations in Carroll County MD where you will find the largest selection of bedding in the area by the best names on the market including Simmons, Restonic, King Koil, Back Performance, HD, and Spa.
Gardiners Furniture offers a variety of traditional and contemporary furniture for living rooms, bedrooms, home offices, and more in its expansive storerooms. Outfit your living room with an in-vogue two-piece ottoman ($161) by Signature Design Rayanne and a Toscana rectangular cocktail table ($179) from Ashley Furniture. Or, replace unsightly metal with stately wood in your home office with an Ashley Furniture two-drawer file cabinet ($224). Other items include a traditional handsome wooden 3-drawer end table ($242) and a Heritage TV cart by Eagle Industries ($359), ideal for taunting the floating TVs of the future with what could have been.