Wolf Hill Home and Garden Center's retail roots stretch back to 1978, when the family-owned operation blossomed from seed to store in Gloucester. Since those first years, the center has expanded to a second location in Ipswich and continues to beautify terraces and terrains around the Boston area with high-quality plants, flowers, and decorative accents. Organic and synthetic products weave their vibrant vines around both stores, including natural and silk arrangements, which can be designed elegantly for formal occasions or outfitted with sweatpants for casual get-togethers. In addition to its thriving supply of landscaping products, Wolf Hill Home and Garden Center adjusts its inventory according to the seasons, such as patio furniture during spring months and firewood, fireplace accessories, and holiday decorations during winter months.
Designer Bath and Salem Plumbing Supply, which Northshore Magazine editors and readers voted as the best bath supplies store in the North Shore area, equips homeowners with a vast assortment of kitchen and bathroom furnishings from dozens of brands, including Dornbracht, Duravit, and Fairmont. Contemporary designs and classic models dot a 4,500-square-foot showroom, where a knowledgeable staff helps customers select the polished chrome towel bar ($34) or two-robe bathroom hook ($15) that best matches their lucky hubcap. An American Standard single-lever kitchen faucet expels water through a sprayer ($75), and a Grohe showerhead unleashes jets of moisture from a 6-inch-wide chrome disk ($63). Two levels of magnification power on a double-sided Kimball & Young vanity makeup mirror ($107) provide an up-close view for poring over pores or communicating face-to-face with the tiny pilots in your eyeballs. Designer Bath and Salem Plumbing Supply does not provide installation.
Landscape Design that integrates form and function. Years of field experience & horticultural knowledge meet spatial and design training. We design landscape elements with a thoughtful approach, creating harmonious relationships between your home, your property, and your landscape.
From a client's first phone call to their final repair, Marblehead Chimney owner David O'Shea provides step-by-step service for chimney-related needs. More than 15 years of experience backs David during each project as he rectifies the unique problems of North Shore's aging chimneys with safe, and oftentimes equally unique, solutions. Among an arsenal of services, Marblehead Chimney specializes in chimney caps, dampers, and liners, but also outfits abodes with wood-burning stoves and inserts. Sweepings and inspections—which are recommended at least once a year—ensure chimneys are free of sooty buildup and crows conducting choir practice in the acoustically sound flue.
Alan J. Gardner opened his Salem factory in 1933, winning over generations of loyal customers with custom-made and odd-sized mattresses in a wide range of styles. Massachusetts-made pallets support sleepers with hand tufted construction and fluffy cotton fillings catered specifically to each client's specifications. The company's direct manufacturer-to-customer supply chain erases the influence of bothersome middlemen or arrogant, cigar-chomping mattress barons. Sleepers select from a variety of comfy cushion styles, such as latex, plush top, tufted, or pocket coils, with options for all-natural materials such as Joma wool and layers of thick cotton-knit fabric.
In 1989, Patrick Osgood founded Osgood Painting & Contracting Services, LLC in order to supply his clients with a one-stop shop for general contracting services. Today, those services encompass projects for both residential and commercial clients, from painting and carpentry to demolition and roofing. The outfit’s licensed technicians ably lather walls with quality paint and deliver an array of finishing effects, from contemporary looks to treatments that more closely resemble the first postmodern cave drawings.