Macon Bedroom & Mattress and Robins Bed & Mattress furnish sleeping quarters with quality sleep helpers from top-flight brands such as Simmons, Enso Sleep Systems, Tempur-Pedic, and more. Stop paying exorbitant fees to sheep-counting businesses by resting easy on queen mattress sets ($199+) and queen memory-foam mattress sets ($599+), or replace elaborate pillow forts with more sustainable furniture, such as futons, bunk beds, and headboards with frames ($199+). Those with a smaller bed to cushion can peruse the store’s selection of twin-size mattresses ($79+), and sea-loving sleepers can simulate their time aboard the USS Burt Reynolds by napping on a waterbed. Whether you’re picking up furniture for a child's bedroom or coffee tables for the living room, the considerate, attentive staff at each location is available for every step of the process, from selection to delivery and setup.
We are a family owned and operated business, proud to serve the Columbus GA market for almost 9 years! We now have four locations to serve you: Whittlesey Rd. (Bradley Park), Schomburg Rd. (in front of Publix) Macon Rd. and our newest addition, Fort Benning on Ingersol Rd. in the Main Post Mini-Mall.
For 30 years, The Farm House has been an inviting oasis for hungry pilgrims hankering down home-comfort fare. Dinner plates at The Farm House come piled with your choice of one hefty meat dish and three homespun veggies, complete with cornbread for sopping, tea for whistle-whetting, and a final course of fine cakes, all made from scratch ($14.75). Entrees include chicken breast perched atop a slice of dried beef, enveloped in bacon, smothered in mushroom wine gravy, and served over rice, a dish that topped the menu for decades. Load up on Grandmother’s meatloaf, with turnip greens that turn back time and squash casseroles that see into the future. Lunch-lovers can sit back and let chicken, dumplings, and candied yams take turns square-dancing around the tongue.
After graduating from college with a degree in industrial photography, Steve Schroeder honed his shutterbug skills at Houston's Gittings Studio before opening his own studio in 1987. Eight years later Steve and his family relocated to Macon, where he constructed his new studio in the Hardeman-Hatcher house, a Victorian Village dwelling built in the 1880s. The abode's elaborate architecture and flashbulb-wielding ghosts set the backdrop for many of Steve's portraiture sessions. These sessions always commence with a consultation, during which he helps clients determine which outfits and location best complement their style. Any image snapped in studio, on location, or at weddings—Steve has covered nearly 1,000 nuptial ceremonies—undergoes basic retouching. Patrons can also elicit Steve's services for framing or restoration needs, watercolor cards, or to commission the studio's resident artist to create an oil painting of a favorite image from their shoot (turn around time of six–eight weeks).