Experts in the field of comfy, nocturnal support, the folks at Mattress Center pair sleepers of every stripe with their perfect mattresses. They stock their inventory with top-flight brands such as Sealy, Simmons, and Glideaway, each showcasing a variety of spring tensions, padding material, and surface area. The team expedites sweet dreams with free local delivery.
Sharing an expansive facility with the NC Art & Antiques Mall, Dynasty Furniture provides homes for dozens of foam mattresses and box springs in four different sizes. Shoppers can browse through a variety of snooze pads, including twin Sleep EZ II sets ($329) and full Energie Series sets ($488), to find the ideal mattress for deep slumbers and bounce parties for off-the-clock sheep. Designed for household nobility, the Balance extrafirm queen ($799) or king set ($999) facilitate royal rests with spacious mattresses that boast 2 inches of extra firm foam. Dynasty Furniture's staff invites customers to stroll around the facility and "test rest" any product by lying down atop the mattress for 10 minutes and have one-sided conversations with a bedside teddy bear.
The friendly bloom bearers at George K. Walker Florist have embellished special occasions with fresh, colorful floral arrangements for almost 40 years. The FTD orchid trio ($50.99+) croon a floral-scented lullaby from their perches in three 4-inch ceramic vases, and the yellow lily, yellow roses, and other sunshine-colored blossoms in an FTD Flourishing Garden basket ($49.99+) can cheer up a morose coffee table still moping over its argument with the living-room couch. Alternatively, opt for a special-occasion package, such as an FTD birthday bouquet ($55.99+) bursting with gerbera daisies or an FTD Big Hug bouquet ($50.99+) that greets newborns with a vase of pillowy purple lisianthus grasped by a fuzzy 6-inch stuffed bear.
At New Era, textile technicians purify and mend delicate fabrics to ensure impeccable ensembles. Woolen winter coats shake off layers of sludge and stuck-on candy canes with a thorough cleansing ($5.75–$12), and shirts ($1.75) and sweaters ($4.90) shed noxious odors and stains. Skilled staffers lend patrons a sartorial edge by ironing creases into sleeves and collars and carefully preserving pleats. Silk, satin, or linen trousers enjoy gentle ablutions ($6.40), and even the most fragile beaded, sequined, or snowflake-trimmed ensembles regain their snazzy appeal.