Museum Quality Framing’s staff encases cherished photos, artwork, and three-dimensional objects in materials ranging from polished wood to leather. Ready-made photo frames ($10+) clasp snapshots in a wood-and-glass embrace, protecting them from wrinkles, stains, and the scratchy nuzzles of sentimental lumberjacks. Lackluster walls can find colorful companionship in preframed artwork and a vehicle for deep self-reflection in mirrors ($100+). Ensconce valuables in custom framing packages ($69.99+), which can accommodate sports memorabilia, or preserve fine art with archival mats and backing boards. Handcrafted frames add a Renaissance flair to photos, utilizing materials such as 22-karat gold leaf to create one-of-a-kind frames.
Framed Art's experts transform unsheathed artwork, photographic heirlooms, and old family tax returns into custom-trussed adornments worthy of the most exclusive fireplace mantles. An 8"x10" frame ($50+) modestly complements a stairwell gallery of school portraits, while a 22"x28" casing ($100+) could corral a raucous concert poster. Basic framing estimates cover matting, backing, glass, and a plain perimeter of black wood or metal. Larger or more ornate options ensconce the most precious specimens in carved wood, lace mattes, or lasers.
The Say Gallery presents a plethora of prints from respected artist Thomas Kinkade, whose light-infused images of nature, family values, and faith have graced many humble home walls. Unframed prints start at $25, and offer such inspiring selections as the 12" x 24" limited- edition print of The Cross ($190) or a limited- edition 25th Anniversary print ($25). Those in need of an décor upgrade can appease their inner Giants fans with a 12" x 18" limited- edition unframed print of San Francisco Giants, It's Our Time ($175) or tickle their inner munchkins with at 12" x 18" limited- edition unframed print of Dorothy Discovers the Emerald City ($175). Stock may vary.
For the past 35 years, the helpful staff at Woodseller's Parkway Furniture has outfitted every room of the home with sturdy, handsome furnishings in classic designs. The impressive emporium of household equipment, from beds ($99+) to chairs ($89+) and desks ($100+), fills wall and floor space for years to come with solid-construction items made from stout materials such as red oak, cherry, maple, and dark matter. The expansive 64,000-foot showroom ensures that clients get a wide-angle view of an ever-updated inventory of pieces from well-known labels such as Simply Amish, Brownwood Furniture, and Anthony Lauren. In addition to decking out halls and rooms with well-built furniture, Woodseller's brightens wall space with decorations such as artwork ($30–$300) and mirrors ($50–$500) while improving interior visibility with stylish lamps and lighting ($30–$250).
BedMart furnishes restful sleep with an arsenal of slumber-inducing mattress sets. The solid support of King Koil’s Arlington model ($779.95–$1,199.95) relieves bodies of the aches accrued from overworking pressure points and napping in ball pits, and Serta’s Perfect Sleeper Arborwood ($979.95–$1,399.95) a memory-foam mattress that cradles snoozers with detachable arms. Three comfort options for Five Star Mattress’s Stanwyck ($479.95–$799.95) can accommodate sleepers of all persuasions, from the hibernation-ready extra firm to the fluffy pillow top.