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After spending years as a salesman for top mattress lines, Steve Shore needed a new mattress himself. Rather than opt for a steep employee discount on one of the mattresses he sold, the enterprising Mr. Shore collected various natural materials and had them assembled into a mattress that met his exacting specifications: a comfy sleep cushion made with no potentially toxic components. The result was such an improvement over the big-name mattresses he sold that Mr. Shore and his son eventually decided to produce a line of organic mattresses based on the prototype, on which Mr. Shore slept soundly for more than a decade.
Now, the Shore men sell their mattresses under the Eco-Cloud name in The Natural Mattress Store. Made from high-quality steel coils topped with natural latex, Eco-Cloud mattresses resist accumulating allergens and nightmare blueprints and retain their shape and support for years. Organic wool and cotton covers help keep sleepers cool and snug in bed by deflecting body heat and wicking away moisture. Each Eco-Cloud mattress comes with a 12-year, nonprorated warranty. In addition to the Eco-Cloud line, The Natural Mattress Store carries more than 20 organic mattresses, as well as eco-friendly, solid wood bedroom furniture from Pacific Rim Woodworking, Bedworks of Maine, and Vermont Furniture Designs.
Over the past 25 years, Cheap Pete’s framers have honed their technique to a science, creating high-quality framing for any type of artwork, document, or object. Four Bay Area locations stock a huge selection of ready-made frames, including environmentally friendly options crafted from sustainably harvested pine or bamboo. Collage frames display a multitude of photos, showcasing favorite family memories or charting the development of a tiny infant into an adult-size infant. Customers can also create DIY frames with a large selection of framing tools and supplies.
Cheap Pete’s custom-framing services give customers the choice of more than 300 styles of mouldings, five types of glass, and a rainbow of mat colors. Shadowboxes display three-dimensional objects such as sports jerseys, matchbox cars, or exhibitionistic human beings. The shop also stretches canvases onto canvas bars, readying them to be hung at home or on the walls of a gallery.
For over 30 years, 3 Day Blinds' technicians have sift through samples and unreel measuring tapes during in-home consultations, custom-fitting abodes with blinds, shutters, and shades. They handcraft and cut treatments such as faux wood blinds, vertical blinds, and flexcell honeycomb blinds that reduce light and are energy efficient. As they tailor-make each order, the staffers dress windows of all shapes and sizes, from an arch above a doorway to a misshapen wormhole in the attic. All of 3 Day Blinds’ products come with a limited lifetime warranty. After clients have made a selection, the team shows up just two days later to install the new window dressings or let customers do it themselves.
For 33 years, Toby's Trees' annual Heather Farm Park location has sprouted fresh-cut, natural trees shipped directly from tree farms in Oregon. Arborists raise douglas firs and grand firs to their prime, pampering each evergreen with eight years of care and daily manicures at their farm. At Toby's, holiday enthusiasts can peruse rows of trees to locate their favorite living-room enhancer, which Toby's crew will then haul to cars and secure with twine for the ride home. If needed, the holiday horticulturists can snip branches from the bough to help fit stands or sleeper sofas.
Shari, the master tailor behind House of Couture, doesn't let the latest trends boss her around. That's because she bases her designs around classic silhouettes and luxurious fabrics, fitting her sophisticated looks to each client's unique measurements. Whether she's designing a dress, a suit, or a bridal gown, she always draws from an extensive pool of more than 2,000 different fabrics, many of which hail from France, Italy, and Switzerland.
But long before Shari ever picked up a needle and thread at House of Couture, she made the long trek from her homeland of Afghanistan, studying in both Europe and America. Throughout her travels, she took the time to observe different cultures and meet new people, and she incorporates that varied experience into her designs. Once Shari started her fashion career, she was immediately thrust onto a national stage: one of her first jobs was designing evening gowns for Miss California.