Dutchess Mattress prefers their customers to sleep well. While they don't go door-to-door reading bedtime stories, they do provide their shoppers with mattresses from brands such as Simmons Beautyrest and Serta. Their Tempur-pedic products conform to customers' bodies, which means sleepers suffer fewer of the back aches associated with stiff spring mattresses or boulders covered with a fitted sheet. The store also outfits beds with mattress pads, pillows, and bedframes.
Decorators Fabric Outlet stocks rows of delicate fabrics sold by the yard. The family-owned business selects textiles from brand names such as Robert Allen, Duralee, and Beacon Hill, which can be fashioned into everything from curtains and throw pillowcases to furniture upholstery and sheets for bashful ghosts. Decorators Fabric Outlet even transforms the act of sitting from a humdrum chore to a posh pursuit with cushions for outdoor patios, boats, and campers.
The florists at Flowers By David Anthony craft bouquets and arrangements for every occasion. They assemble posies into pots intended just to bring a smile to someone's face. They weave together roses, lilies, carnations, and chysanthemums into a basket exploding with golden petals, a particular favorite of well-wishers.
They also might present gerberas to welcome newborns into the world, roses to express timeless love, and birds of paradise to make birds of suburban Vancouver jealous.
Blossom Nurseries owner Brady Cullen has a history with plants and flowers that looks good on paper. He served as the head of sales for ML Garden Corporation, after which he earned a degree in horticulture and landscape design from Cornell University. But the vibrant blooms and greenery that Cullen and his team cultivate are more visually impressive than any r?sum?. Using environmentally friendly growing methods, they transform sparse lawns into lush, aesthetically pleasing outdoor spaces. Customers can also find bagged soils, mulches, and other gardening supplies at the company's Yorktown Heights shop.