For more than half a century, McCorkle Furniture has bedecked dull domiciles with room-enhancing furniture and flooring. Liven up a lackluster room before even setting foot in McCorkle’s showroom with a free in-home interior-decorating consultation, which assists in selecting furniture and choosing room-appropriate décor, including paints and flattering fabrics. Adorn empty living rooms or space stations with solid-wood black-finish end tables ($189), modern oval lamps ($169), and a variety of decorative vegetation ($49–$349). Those looking for an appropriate place to store their budding collection of commemorative Corgi sweaters can opt for a Lang Furniture five-drawer chest ($159) or store them proudly on a Butler Specialty wall shelf ($199).
Saplings and shrubs sprout from Land of Lincoln Tree Farm and Nursery's rich soil, which has nurtured greenery for yards, parks, and arboretums alike for more than 22 years. The founding father-son team oversees acres of trees, including deciduous varieties, such as english oaks, October Glory maples, and cherry trees, which can only be chopped down by a pair of wooden teeth. Evergreens, such as blue spruces and junipers, as well as silky dogwood shrubs, round out the leafy collection.
Gustafson's is a member of the Furniture First Buying Group purchasing with over 300 stores allows us to lower our costs to you through volume purchasing, yet with local delivery and service, and no 800 numbers. Gustafson's Furniture is also a member of the BBB with a rating of A+. Serta Tempur- Pedic Broyhill Ashley & more
The retail nursery at Tyler’s Landscaping houses a cornucopia of plant life for purchase and plantation. Yards in search of nonsurgical face-lifts can re-create themselves with choice picks from the nursery’s selection of more than 200 perennial varieties ($3.99–$14.99), grasses, and native plants. Perky annuals ($3.99) add polka dots of color to squirrel habitats, and shrubs (average price $30.99) hide shy foundations and delineate property lines better than police tape. Tyler's staff of nursery professionals can recite each plant’s preferences for light and water, helping gardeners make love matches between flora and soil.
After traveling to Japan in 1966 and to the Portland Japanese Garden soon thereafter, John Anderson found himself inspired by the country's lush landscape and tranquil gardens. In 1978, after returning to his home in Rockford, he partnered with expert designer Hoichi Kurisu to begin constructing Anderson Japanese Gardens—12 acres of paths, plants, and streams, as soothing as those John visited in Japan.
The gardens still encourage a sense of calm and thoughtful reflection, as guided and self-guided tours stroll past undulating waterfalls, trickling across colorful flowers, beneath arched bridges, and over lily pads. Fruit blossoms on trees and bushes, sculptures stand very still, and koi fish flit about in a pond. On Thursdays, participants read from scripture, listen to music, and meditate during worship services, and a series of classes held onsite, such as origami and tai chi, impart Japanese traditions.
With over 45 years’ experience in the industry, Pearson is dedicated to providing our customers with quality service at competitive prices. Today Pearson is one of northern Illinois' leading plumbing, heating and pest control contractors. Our reputation for quality, integrity, and fair dealing has never been stronger. Fro