Brown's has been a leader in the picture framing industry nationwide since they opened in 1965. Recognizing the need for preservation of all things being framed, Brown's only stocks the highest quality materials for framing. Their artists are second to none and they proudly display the work of 30 artists from Miss.
circa.- URBAN ARTISAN LIVING It's a lifestyle! You'll find artisan created items for your home, garden and body including furniture, clothing, jewelry, art, sculpture, culinary delights, and artisan home and personal accessories. Our Artisan Scent Bar lets you create your own custom bath and body products. Experience circa!
At Orange Peel, shoppers can peruse a cheery store filled with vintage and modern clothes sold on consignment, discovering great finds that fit their fashion aesthetic. Opened by owner Kristin Tubb to replicate her shopping experiences in Chicago and Saint Louis, the store features racks full of unique finds and brands that include Michael Kors, Seven for All Mankind, and True Religion. An air of playful whimsy permeates every visitor’s shopping experience due to the hand-painted orange signs that adorn the exterior and the bouncy tunes selected by staffer Mary. The store follows a price-reduction schedule that ensures that its inventory is consistently fresh, leaving no dress behind to languish alone. Orange Peel also operates an adjoining furniture shop that sells vintage furniture and home decor, such as carved-wooden side tables and vases.
When Block and Crackle's owner, Ellison, lightheartedly claims his tables could hold a pickup truck, you get a sense he's not joking. Sturdiness has been at the business's core since the beginning, when Ellison and his wife had their first kids. In an effort to build a table that could withstand his youngsters' exuberance, Ellison—a former ad man whose hobby was building furniture—hammered together a 200 lb. table with a 3-inch-thick butcher-block top. Today, at Block and Crackle, he stamps his trademark top on an array of tables that are all crafted, painted, and distressed by mankind's original foam finger: the hand.
Mattress Direct culls a variety of mattresses in textures ranging from firm to plush from brands such as Tempur-Pedic and Serta. Serta's iComfort, for example, evenly distributes support across the body with microsupport gel capsules nestled in its memory foam; a specialized material prevents overheating and the resulting unpleasant lava-chase nightmares. Mattress Direct's stock of bed frames, bed linens, and pillows allow patrons to assemble complete bedroom sets in one trip, and an express delivery service prevents the hassle of renting a moving truck or outfitting each leg of a new bed with a rollerblade.
McGraw Rental loans a cornucopia of equipment to constructive customers looking to boost their home's appearance or function. Grill monarchs can reign over far-reaching barbecue provinces by loading up on propane, which friendly, skillful employees inject into bottles using half the number of crazy straws required by amateurs. Essential and diverse hardware and home supplies include double A batteries ($2.69/4-pack), 7 1/4-inch Marathon circular blades ($9.95 each), and crossfire safety glasses ($9.99) that shield eyes from everyday projectiles and low-flying commercial airliners. Brown jersey gloves ($1.69) protect snow-sensitive fingertips, and duct tape ($4.49/roll) miraculously mends serious structural problems plaguing shoddily constructed mansions.