Finger Furniture, which has been family owned and operated for the past 50 years, has a 100,000-square-foot showroom holding a wide selection of home furnishings and décor. Let the expert staff inform you of potential items, such as the 2'x3' Rizzy Rugs Jute rug ($10), which adds grace and style to hardwoods marred by fingernail scratches, and accent pillows ($29/ea), which can be used for sleeping or lying really still and pretend-sleeping. A Stein World folded-ribbon table lamp ($139) sets the mood for dreaming atop a Provence headboard and footboard from Largo ($200). Finger Furniture also carries Urban Leather for custom-designed sofas and chairs. While browsing the furniture selection, stop by the Houston Sports Museum, an on-site haven for sports memorabilia.
Explore our large collection of exotic hardwood furniture from Indonesia and around the World, inspired by the grandness of Texas and the charm of Tuscany. Many of our products are unique by the impressive thickness, dramatic wood color and detail. Quality craftmanship. From Traditional, Rustic to Contemporary Collections,.
Pearland Furniture’s collection of domestic outfittings from brands such as Broyhill, Ashley, and Howard Miller can imbue any living room, bedroom, or bedroom with a sense of homey tranquility and dignified panache. Slip into royal slumber atop a majestic queen-size mattress set ($749) from Pearland's mattress collection, or dream of overthrowing your closet's court jester with a plush, comfy pillow ($79). Elegant lamps ($189–$249) and other domestic accessories can complement an artful Broyhill sofa-and-loveseat set ($2,699) or shed light on a new table and set of four chairs ($447). The venerable emporium’s friendly sales staff readily answers questions, and its in-house decorator can help customers coordinate fabrics, furniture styles, and choral arrangements of wall-mounted singing fish.
Nadeau characterizes its furniture as "with a soul" because it's true artisan work and has attained sentience: it is handcrafted from wood rather than mass-produced from gasket pylons. Showcase fine china and live gerbils in a double-domed glass-door cabinet ($284), or in a hefty, finely trimmed kitchen hutch ($410). Or, display a new moving-picture box on a delicately polished TV stand/buffet ($500). Small console tables ($160) and storage chests ($224) come in a myriad of stains and colors, and many pieces are one-of-a-kind. Nadeau's ever-changing inventory includes a variety of sturdy dining room tables ($435–$548) and chairs ($80 each). Prices and selection may vary due to rotating inventory, but pieces are always fully assembled and ready to welcome any tuckered torso or mound of toothbrushes.
The Sleep Better Store's bedding specialists help customers select the ideal cushioning for extended catnaps and brief hibernations. The extensive inventory includes slumber systems by Sealy, Serta, AngelBeds, and The Sleep Better Store’s own brand. Customers can peruse memory-foam mattresses by AngelBeds ($599+), as well as The Sleep Better Store's Number Series adjustable-firmness air sleep mattresses ($499+), which are designed to provide extra comfort by granting customers a feeling known only to those who have slept on the wings of a wild zephyr. The vulcanized air chambers and cross-directional baffles of each Number Bed adjust to the comfort desires of each sleeper through individualized control settings, which dictate the flow of the whisper-quiet digital pump.
Having resolved at a young age to pursue his passion for green building, Jeff Kaplan created the Urban Land Institute's Young Leaders Program when he was just 21 years old. In late 2007, Jeff started New Living, a green building and home store whose high environmental standards earned the shop a B Corporation certification. Today, New Living sells exclusively eco-friendly products from ethical businesses, stimulating the local green economy while making green materials more affordable and accessible. Staff members passionate about responsible consumerism often help customers interested in repurposing and refinishing items. Kaplan's efforts at revitalizing Houston's small businesses and affinity for wearing capes earned him the title of Green Hero from the U.S. Green Building Council.