With fresh, top-quality flowers, the staffers at Dorothy K’s Florist expertly arrange beautiful blooms and other gifts for all occasions. Make Mom’s May day with the Bellissimo, a charming clutch of pastel roses and white-cushion pompons ($41.99), or the Simple Perfection, a burst of stargazer lilies accented by pale pink roses ($44.99). The Your Day bouquet of white roses, sunny Asiatic lilies, and golden carnations conveys congratulations to a college or school-of-fish graduate ($50.99). Gift givers can also dodge moving duty by presenting a new homeowner a perennial plant ($40.99+), or pick up a gourmet basket to extend eternal gratitude for the fruits of labor ($42.99+). As an FTD florist, Dorothy K's backs deliveries with a satisfaction guarantee.
Magnolia Lighting's stockade illuminates living quarters with sundry lighting fixtures and home accents. Guests can peruse the expansive showroom rife with crystal chandeliers, lavish candelabras, and teardrop lights artfully suspended from the ceiling. Decorative accessories such as Light Charms magnetic crystals ($42) spruce up chandeliers and a variety of outdoor lighting options shed light on patios and walkways. Patrons can curl up with a book or ancient Greek tablet by the flame of a Lafco candle ($55)—lauded as one of Oprah's “Favorite Things”—and decorative mirrors ($89 for a 44"x32" model) spruce up empty walls and fool gullible eyes into thinking rooms are larger than they actually are.
Robert Irwin sells items from a huge range of jewelry designers, including INOX, Argento, and Zable. Accoutrements abound for all parts of the accessorizable body, from anklet (Argento, $15) to earlobe (Sterling Reputation, $81). Stand out with a distinctive touch of Murano glass beadwork (starting at $29.99 per charm or bead), or steel your image with one of INOX's distinctive tungsten carbide ($70.50) or starred steel ($13.50) rings for a look that screams sentient automaton. In-store merchandise may vary from online selections, so don't hesitate to snap up what you want, either on-site or virtually.
When she began knitting at age 12, Henrietta “Hank” Davis kindled a lifelong passion; as the owner of Hank of Yarn, the only yarn shop in north Mississippi, Davis now shares her hobby with the local community. Her seminar-size classes, which range from novice to expert techniques, cover topics such as crocheting, knitting, and dyeing. Handicraft lovers can mingle in the shop’s cozy seating area, where knit-alongs and parties sometimes feature surprise extras such as professional massages, eyebrow waxes, or group appearances by the cast of Airwolf. For inspiration, patrons can browse the shop’s comprehensive selection of needles and inspect yarns that range from baby-friendly varieties to luxurious strands of cashmere.
Triton Stone Group is a leading importer and distributor of granite and other natural stone products. We bring the stone directly to you from all over the world. Our staff actually travels to hand-select the stone before shipping it to us. This ensures a quality, consistent product. And, having 12 locations, we have access