Refusing to sit back in cushiony comfort after the success of its world-famous recliner in 1928, La-Z-Boy has grown into a diverse purveyor of quality sofas, chairs, and tables. Customers can crawl into the arms of an endearing loveseat (starting at $549), as a way to rebel against the arms of a controlling body pillow, or stretch out in motion sofas (starting at $799) and sleeper sofas (starting at $849) for more versatile body bolstering. La-Z-Boy is an environmentally conscientious company, practicing waste and water reduction as well as recycling throughout its manufacturing process and offering an eco-friendly line of fabrics and cushions. La-Z-Boy frequently contributes chairs and sofas to Ronald McDonald House Charities.
John Klopfenstein stores, helmed by third-generation family members, furnish their customer's castles with floor coverings, home accessories, and furniture that hails from name-brand suppliers such as Ashley Furniture, La-Z-Boy, and SleepLogic. Study images of the moon’s surface for brie-rich deposits under the light of a Stein World lamp ($99.99), or rest from a hard day of computing and paperweight lifting atop a comfortable mattress pad ($79.99+) set in a stylish queen bed frame ($69.99+). To take the strain out of stretching a budget while still pulling off the perfect look for your pad, John Klopfenstein Furniture provides in-home interior-design service, dispatching a decorating guru to supply samples, take measurements, and compose an in-store display presentation from existing stock for your perusal.
Founded in 1977, Westfield Lighting illuminates residential and commercial spaces with a diverse collection of lighting products. The company's trained staff acts as a bridge between clients and stylistic visions, helping hunt down the perfect chandelier, floor lamp, or outdoor sconce from within Westfield's spacious showroom. Beyond lighting, the store's showroom facilitates further decor updates with furniture, home accessories, and an art gallery featuring the works of emerging local artists.
Each Discount Mattress store stocks hundreds of name-brand memory-foam, latex, gel, and pillow-top mattresses, all with prices averaging 50%–75% below retail. Brand-new mattresses from manufacturers such as Stearns & Foster, Spring Air Back Supporter, King Koil, Comfort Solutions, Americana, and Kathy Ireland Collection saturate the showroom floors, offering a variety of firmness levels to suit beds, budgets, and pillow forts of all sizes. Each an experienced sleeper themselves, staff members are well-suited to assist customers in their quest for sounder slumber, and each purchase is backed by a 110% price guarantee should the same mattress appear somewhere else for less. In addition to supporting spines, Discount Mattress helps buttress the Illinois economy by selling mattresses that are made locally, and caters to busy schedules by offering same-day delivery to homes from the western suburbs to downtown Chicago.
Sleep Source's fleet of slumbering pads includes more than 40 pillow-top, memory foam, and traditional innerspring mattresses from brands such as Simmons, Serta, and King Koil. The King Koil Highland Firm set provides a solid sleeping surface and box-spring support ($179+), while King Koil's Celeste Eurotop set offers a soft landing for snoozers and their Fabergé eggs ($249+). Sleep Source carries more than 20 adjustable mattresses to mitigate back pain and poor circulation, and equips sleepers with long-lasting nap pads, such as the Simmons queen-size starter Beautyrest set, which comes packed with shape-conforming coils and durable steel ($699).