Using his own two hands, Bryan Fulop has customized more than 1,000 closets. His decade of experience gives Bryan a practiced eye for efficient design. He knows how to maximize a space’s utility while also creating spaces for different categories of items, which makes it easy to find just the belt or mountain of soy-sauce packets you’re looking for. In addition to making over bedroom storage spaces, My Custom Closet tackles cluttered garages and laundry rooms, installing cabinetry and shelves to hold cleaning supplies or sports equipment. If a closet owner isn’t happy with an organization feature, Bryan drops by to fix or replace it, fulfilling his 100% customer-satisfaction guarantee.
The dedicated team at America's Mattress equips customers' sleeping quarters with plush dream platforms from makers including Serta, Tempur-Pedic, and iComfort. The family-owned-and-operated business’s staff members work without commission as they knowledgeably pair customers with ideal levels of softness and support. From the Serta collection, America's Mattress offers various sizes of the Denali ($99–$149), Greenburg EuroTop ($179–$199), and Southern Trace plush or firm ($299–$699) models, each equipped with such amenities as offset vertical coils and resistance to magic. The Serta TLC Autumnvale king set provides weary backs with individually wrapped coils for superior support ($999), and the Woodland Hills queen euro pillowtop ($649) cradles sleepers with a layer of memory foam that enables total recall of dreams.
Health First Centers encompasses full-body well-being by combining a full-service chiropractic spa and wellnesscenter. Inside private treatment rooms, Doctor of Chiropractic Tom Miles and his staff tend to creaky spines with chiropractic adjustments designed to suit everyone from the consummate athlete to the habitually hunching magician's assistant; in addition, they better interiors through nutritional counseling. Spa services include Eastern and Western-inspired massage, salt rubs, and aromatherapy, which help promote all-over wellness and put guests in a better frame of mind. The facility's decor also aims to soothe with natural elements, such as a salt-water fish tank and an adjoining garden.
Clients can take their experience home with them by stocking up on the health products sold in the wellness center, including nutritional supplements, salt-crystal lamps, and mattresses from Tempur-Pedic and Vivetique Organic. A strong supporter of bettering its clients through education, the center offers a series of yoga, partner massage, and tai chi classes as well as lectures on current health topics to equip patients with knowledge that can help them live healthier lifestyles and pad their acting resumés.
Robert Gardner grew up in the world of gardening. At the age of 13, he started helping work the fields and sell plants at his family's nursery, becoming the fourth generation of his family to go into the business. Decades later—now at the helm of the family business—Mr. Gardner purchased a property in Chester Springs and created Gardner's Landscape Nursery. Here, he oversees the growing of 100,000 annuals and perennials each year and the stock of home decor and patio furniture that is made in America.
Mr. Gardner and his staff also help patrons design custom outdoor environments, selecting plants, trees, and shrubs that beam with fall colors or thrive in specific conditions. Alternatively, patrons can explore on their own, browsing a glass house with plants and flowers or a 19th-century barn, which houses outdoor furnishings and the ghosts of garden gnomes.
The Mattress Factory's knowledgeable, non-commissioned staff guide customers to high-quality memory-foam, hybrid and innerspring mattresses from brands such as Tempur-Pedic, Sealy, Stearns & Foster and Beautyrest. Customers can shop at ease in an atmosphere that's free of sales pressure, price haggling, and the complex conversion of U.S. currency into the steel ingots accepted by mattress-making dwarves. The Mattress Factory will also set up your new mattress and remove your old one for free.
Praised for its sky-high levels of chic cheer in Philadelphia magazine, textile boutique Cloth & Bobbin carries an expansive collection of fabrics for every kind of cloth-constructed item, including aprons, skirts, pillows, quilts, and Canadian boyfriends. Fabric in an array of patterns and colors, including Kaffe Fassett mid-weight cottons ($9.90/yd.), can renovate any party wardrobe. Timeless Treasures batik-dyed threads can add a dramatic pop of color and character to a cozy wrap or quilt ($9.90/yd.), while Amy Butler's modish designs and cheery hues are sure to brighten somber soirees when stretched over an accent pillow or the mouth of a human Eeyore ($9.90/yd.). Visit the store to check out frequent additions to Cloth & Bobbin's stylish roster of woven wares.