Backyards' locally made gifts and décor items enliven exterior and interior spaces, with many recyclable and green pieces such as woodenwares harvested from sustainable forests. Assorted merchandise displays an eclectic mix of modern and retro styles as it mingles on the showroom floor, with birdhouses ($19.99), freezable wine-bottle coolers ($9.99), and eco-friendly throw rugs made from candy-bar wrappers ($29.99) sharing style tips and ideas for transforming a gazebo into an avian nightclub. Outdoor furniture, including Napa fire pots ($15.99) and metal retro-style chairs ($69.99), populates backyards and patios, and miniature gardening accessories such as small-scale benches and chairs ($4–$7) bring mini gardens to life so that ambitious chihuahuas have something to guard.
Seven-time winner of the South Bend Tribune’s Readers’ Choice Award, Mattress Warehouse stocks more than 1,000 name-brand mattresses, offering an array of innerspring, memory-foam, latex, and adjustable beds from manufacturers such as Serta, International Bedding, Sleep Logic, and Scandinavian. Sheep-counting customers can dive into recurring barnyard dreams resting atop twin mattress sets (starting at $199), Queen Memory Foam pillowtop sets (starting at $599), and Serta Perfect Day queen sets (starting at $1,499).
An affordable and monumental selection of plush beds, sturdy end tables, and stylish home accessories mingles good-naturedly in Ashley Furniture HomeStore’s warehouse. Shoppers can pick up a Mercer mocha couch ($299) and use it to accent weekly book-club discussions of Lego Star Wars. Ashley Furniture HomeStore's wide selection of tables includes the Fletcher accent-table group ($199), which can give any room or teleportation chamber a hint of casual, modern style. Otherwise, two Calder side chairs ($219.99 each) add charm to empty corners with their modern bronzed finish. Shoppers can also give weary lamps a permanent home with two Bittersweet nightstands ($159) and augment somnolence with queen mattress sets, starting at $299, from household brands such as Sealy and Tempur-Pedic.
Since 1947, Mid-City Supply Co.’s friendly staffers have helped avid home improvers to outfit their digs in premium products. Nowadays, the experienced showroom staff displays much smarter fixtures, from faucets that turn on with the tap of a hand to eco-friendly water heaters powered by domesticated dragons. Though technology has changed, the company keeps quality high, stocking name brands such as Delta, American Standard, Toto, Gerber, Brizo, and Elkay. Customers can check out items in person at one of six showrooms in two states. To give back to the communities that helped them to grow, the company regularly donates to United Way.
The stores specialize in finefurniture for bedrooms of babies, children and even college students.Items brought into the store have been chosen based on styling, priceand quality. The items we carry cannot be found in a ‘big box’ store, yet, even with its “specialty store” status, The NaturalWay strives to provide economica