Since selling their first flower in 1990, the collective green thumbs of Oasis of Port St. Lucie’s savvy staff have been helping local homeowners transform domestic green spaces into lush landscapes. With years of landscaping experience and an innate understanding of southern Florida’s climes, the staff deftly assists homeowners in residential revamps, doling out information regarding everything from proper watering techniques to speaking conversational garden gnome. The store’s shelves remain stocked with a bountiful assortment of verdant flora able to thrive in the local environment, brimming with a host of hardy-yet-alluring greenery such as palms, shrubs, and ground covers. On a palm-lined brick patio, decorative statues and pottery bask in the sunlight, politely ignoring the renditions of “Car Wash” warbled by sparrows test-driving the birdbaths.
With two locations, an accommodating staff of floral designers and artists, and more than 30 years in the business, Crafts & Stuff has carved out a respected place in the Palm Beach arts-and-crafts community. Art and craft supplies range from Prismacolor markers to jewelry-making kits, and share shelf space with an array of wedding accouterments. Nearlyweds can rent custom floral pieces and artists can bring in their glitter and macaroni masterpieces to be immortalized by custom framers who ply their trade on site.
In 1965, Popular Mechanics ran a small classified ad for Brookstone, a new catalog company that packed its pages with functional products and detail-oriented descriptions. Brookstone quickly expanded to meet the high demand for its collection of “hard-to-find tools,” and opened the door to its first retail location in 1973. Today, Brookstone’s more than 300 nationwide retail locations allow customers to test-drive its ever-growing lineup of interesting products, which range from Bluetooth-enabled massage chairs to power adapters designed for international travelers and their electronic passports. Staying true to its roots as a catalog company, Brookstone houses an even larger selection of products, each waiting patiently to be shipped, on its website.
City Mattress is a full service mattress retailer featuring the best names in bedding - and all types of mattresses from innerspring to foam to latex. In addition, City Mattress offers a full line of services including our CleanSleep Mattress Cleaning and Sanitizing Service that removes allergens and much more.
In Great Balls of Yarn's four boutiques, knitters and crocheters of all experience levels browse more than 20,000 balls of yarn, including luxurious fibers from Trendsetter and Noro as well as hand-dyes from Prism and Malabrigo. Talented fiber artists guide knitters and crocheters as they transform vibrant fibers into wearable works of art during beginner through advanced classes. Project-specific sessions focus on creating table runners, borders for blankets, and baby booties to keep wee ones' feet warm and steps soundless during midnight refrigerator raids. Amid the shops' soft lighting, tapestries intermix with shelves of color-coded worsted and washable yarns alongside cashmeres and silks. Great Balls of Yarn also arms textile technicians with needles, notions, and books full of inspiration and yarn-charming incantations.
More Space Place discreetly disguises napping provisions with spy-style Murphy wall beds that fold into a variety of built-in cabinetry. Keep floor space open for impromptu break-dancing tournaments with any of the full-length twin ($2,100+), full ($2,400+), queen ($2,700+), or king ($3,800+) beds, each of which are supported by steel-coil springs and set in motion by a lowering mechanism. Choose from a variety of styles, such as the Jefferson Library Bed system ($5,700+ for a queen), a distinguished sleep sack accompanied by a set of book-bearing shelves. Rooms appear polished and pristine with the Cosmopolitan Panel Bed, which opens horizontally to accommodate narrow spaces and gymnasts who sleep in the splits.