For more than 30 years, the staff at the family-owned Leonard's Furniture has helped homeowners make their dwellings more livable by stocking a 14,000 sq. ft. showroom full of décor and furnishings from more than 150 vendors. The team makes the shopping process easier by delivering and assembling any in-stock items free of charge. Those items include furnishings for dining rooms, living rooms, and bedrooms from brands such as Ashley, Lane, FlexSteel, and Tempur-Pedic. The store's comprehensive stock includes home office staples including desks, chairs, and mirrors that come in varying sizes and opinions on Snow White. Shoppers can also find equipment to furnish home-entertainment rooms, such as theater seats that eject anyone who takes out their cell phone during a movie.
"Take care of your customers and they will take care of you" has been the standing credo of Wood You Furniture’s owner, Tom Bolton, for nearly three decades. Today, the solid-wood-furniture purveyor and his two sons, TJ and Andrew, still espouse this customer-first mentality as they meander the floor to aid customers with their expertise. The store sources sturdy furniture made solely from solid woods, both finished and unfinished. The selection ranges from traditional to contemporary with bedroom, dining, and child-specific furniture capable of withstanding generation upon generation of Play-Doh-related messes and indoor firework shows. The store also offers custom design and finishing services, as well as delivery services.
Since their showroom debuted in 1984, Furniture Country's staffers have armed homeowners with classic southern-style furnishings from brands including Omnia, Lane, and Ashley. Their fixtures embellish every corner of your abode, from dining-room sets for the kitchen to leather chairs for the home office. They also help shoppers put finishing touches on their interior decor with lamps, rugs, pillows, and throws, and they help clients get a good night's sleep by introducing them to Serta mattresses or sandmen for hire.
Wayne's Bedding's factory-trained sleep specialists counsel customers on the optimal mattress for their specific needs, stimulating snoozing with a showcase of more than 40 models from renowned brands. Resting easy knowing that all of Wayne's mattresses are backed by a full warranty, customers can curl up on a King Koil twin ($179) or upgrade to a queen-size mattress ($299) to break falls during risky home-video stunts. A Sealy twin ($379) or queen ($499) supports extra-soft snuggling, and a Simmons twin ($349) or queen ($499) cradles weary bones. Patrons can revel in a relaxing eight hours atop a Sealy Posturepedic Pillowtop mattress ($399), which comes with a guarantee preventing nightmares of piggyback-riding porcupines. Complimentary delivery and set-up services accompany every mattress, ensuring customers can dive into their brand-new bed without back pain from lugging a giant cushion.
The chromatic champions at Color Wheel Paint dispense distinctive pigmentations in more than 1,600 colors, along with providing the necessary tools to complete any painting project. Coat abashedly naked walls with a gallon of flat Hi-Hide interior paint ($19.86/gallon) or Optima Satin Supreme ($31.73/gallon), which can colorize anything from bedroom walls to the picket fence marking the boundary of your office's cubicles. Drab exteriors receive a tinting treatment with a gallon of Tropicoat 100% Acrylic Latex Paint ($30.65/gallon), primed with a coating of Quick Cure Acrylic Conditioner ($25.16/gallon), ideal for previously painted surfaces. Home tidiers can also aid the spreading process with Master Choice tools, such as the Klondike 3-inch angle sash brush ($14.72), with a soft bristle for ticklish walls, and the 12'x15' canvas drop cloth ($20.43).
With more than 70 years of experience matching customers with domestic accouterments, Walker Furniture's staff helps patrons fill rooms and complement existing décor. Brands including Thomasville, Bernhardt, and Broyhill fill more than 96,000 square feet of display area, providing ample space to browse or clandestinely test couches' pillow-fort capabilities. Wooden end tables by Ashley ($150) supply sofa-side surface space, and circular Chase mirrors ($129) open up rooms with capacious reflections. A Discoveries martini table ($189) provides an elegant place to rest cocktails without hot-gluing a cup holder to the butler. Barcalounger recliners ($399) support a relaxing lean as patrons enjoy TV in supine comfort.