Stocked with traditional and contemporary furniture styles for every space, Darvin Furniture's 130,000-square-foot showroom contains an expansive selection of sofas, beds, desks, and tables. Outfit your living room with a recliner by Lane Furniture ($299) and a 99-inch casual contemporary sofa ($749), or beautify your dining room with a five-piece casual dining room set ($499+), ideal for your family's annual watermelon-eating contest. Other items include a 100% leather sofa ($899) and a multi-faceted Broyhill queen platform bed ($499). Meanwhile, bed frames can be accessorized and blanket forts can be strengthened with mattresses from top-quality brands including Simmons, Serta, and Sealy.
Bella Caley's fashion-savvy savants bedeck style-conscious shoppers with eye-popping panache within a fun and lively boutique. Decorate torsos with a spectrum of trend-setting tops (starting at $24), or dress full bodies in flirty frocks (starting at $40). Bella Caley also carries home décor and gifts such as candles, magnets, and greeting cards, plus an array of jewelry and feathered headbands that can add prismatic pop to outfits (starting at $15). Snazzy haversacks, ranging from simple satchels to more ornate handbags boasting tassels and burnished buttons, help adorn arms while holding emergency fondue for lackluster dates in need of a quick boost (starting at $50).
Cribs to College Bedrooms showcases furniture for kids of all ages in its 50,000-square-foot showroom that features order-ready items ranging from beanbags to chairs to futons. Pleasingly organized into bedroom displays, the two-story showroom features sailboat beds, bunk beds, and several types of mattresses. Placed in more than 100 nursery displays on the store's upper level, cribs ($219+) lull little ones to slumber and provide a lair for evil baby geniuses. Once progeny graduate from barred beds, they can sleep sound in a toddler bed ($129+) with a cozy twin mattress ($99+). Send the studious off to college with a traditional futon ($249+) or a lounger beanbag chair ($199+), ideal for squeezing into dorm rooms and supporting late nights pondering the meaning of life and foosball.
A family-owned-and-operated outfit, Crest has been furnishing homes from Indiana to Wisconsin for more than 20 years. Its aisles brim with elegant, name-brand pieces for living rooms, bedrooms, dining rooms, and boiler rooms. At any given time, more than 120 lines rotate throughout its show room, from manufacturers such as Century, Parker House, Eagle, Robin Bruce, and DR Kincaid.
Since establishing themselves as one of Chicago’s leading mattress specialty stores back in 1983, The Bedding Experts remain a trusted source of brand-name bedding backed by extended warranties. Their showrooms are filled with models from Sealy, Tempur-Pedic, and Stearns & Foster, many of which are constructed with modern technologies such as memory foam and reduced-motion coils. Shoppers can also accessorize their mattresses with bed frames, pillows, mattress covers, and under-bed forcefields that repel hiding monsters. Deliveries often happen the same or next day—including evening and weekend service—with teams often taking old mattresses and frames with them when they leave. If customers find their mattress at a lower price within 60 days of purchase at one of the store's local competitors, The Bedding Experts team will refund the difference.
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.