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Mattress1One's immense inventory brims with top-quality slumbering surfaces from renowned brands such as Tempur-Pedic, Serta, Sealy, and Stearns & Foster. At multiple locations throughout Florida, knowledgeable staff members roam showrooms that brim with an array of mattresses forged from such materials as memory foam, high-tech innersprings, silk, and cashmere. They also curate an online Mattress 101 guide, which includes handy tips on selecting the ideal mattress size, keeping the mattress in tiptop shape, and mounting a rock-solid legal defense in case you accidentally rip the tags off.

1500 Oakley Seaver Dr
Clermont,
FL
US

What began in 1984 as a home business with a single phone has grown into a go-to source for women's apparel with retail stores across the country. Headquartered in Sandpoint, Idaho, Coldwater Creek curates a varied selection of elegant but comfortable clothing, ensuring closets stay stocked with more than just the relatives who only get pulled out around the holidays. You'll find everything from sweaters and jackets to jeans and dresses, as well as jewelry, handbags, and other extras for accessorizing new outfits. And if you can't make it to one of Coldwater Creek's physical locations, just head to the website to find the perfect cardigan, cashmere sweater, or pencil skirt.

3267 Daniels Rd
Winter Garden,
FL
US

Pearls & Pumps' photographer, Britt, and hair and makeup specialist, Jenna, strive to set subjects at ease as they snap tasteful, intimate boudoir photos. Before each photo package, a professional readies each subject for the camera?s gaze by styling her hair and painting her visage with makeup. Custom printing services beautifully display sensual snapshots within shadow boxes, on stretched canvases, or over local billboards.

313 Courtlea Park Dr
Winter Garden,
FL
US

The furniture arrangers at Family Furniture Leather Gallery stock all 12,000 square feet of their showroom with more than 100 different colors and styles of furniture spanning from contemporary leather sofas to traditional end tables. Casual end tables ($129+) accompany leather sofas ($999+) and leather chairs and ottomans ($599+), while lamps reveal walking obstacles such as a lurking roller skate or a discarded turkey sandwich ($69+). In-stock items such as leather reclining chairs ($599+) and leather sleeper sofas ($1,399+), both crafted with top-quality leather, are delivered within 72 business hours after purchasing. For the same price, customers are also able to design their own furniture items if in-stock items don’t cradle or envelope their bodies in the right fashion.

8522 US Highway 441
Leesburg,
FL
US

Clay Glaze Fire equips visitors with a selection of more than 250 ceramic, mosaic, and fused-glass pieces to design and paint over three consecutive months of unlimited studio sessions. Choose from a wide variety of colors and glazes to decorate a personalized ceramic piece such as a handprint birthday plate ($12) to give as a gift or display on the mantle to shame underachieving feet. Those who like to compose one piece at a time can assemble a mosaic peace sign ($19) with the studio's eclectic collection of bases, glasses, and tiles. A diverse assortment of glass and frit gives crafters the opportunity to fuse glass into a vibrant, 10-inch glass fusion cross ($41) or a misleading bathroom mirror.

609 W Main St
Leesburg,
FL
US

Former health-care management professional and current owner of Mozaic Arts, Inc., Michele Petno began dabbling in the mosaic arts after receiving sample tiles at Wits End––an antique/junk shop she opened in the mid-'90s. Making sure no tile went to waste, Michele bedecked the bathroom door of Wits End with a fetching design that garnered praise from customers and howling hand-driers, unlocking a fiery passion that lead her to explore other mediums and styles of mosaic. At Mozaic Arts, Inc., Michele hosts private and semiprivate mosaic workshops, where she shares arts-and-crafts knowledge that she acquired through years of self-teaching and study in Italy and Mexico. During those classes, participants use included materials––such as shards of glass, beads, and found objects––to create prettified memory jugs, inimitable jewelry, and hangable portraits of animals, landscapes, and shattered car windows. Mozaic Arts, Inc. also rents out studio space for resident artists to work on their masterpieces and brush elbows with fellow glass manipulators.

813 Virginia Dr
Orlando,
FL
US