Constructing durable, solid-pine furniture since 1906, Crate Designs crafts high-quality, Canadian-made home furnishings with a focus on keeping to its tried and true traditions and staying up to date with clean, simple lines and styles. The extensive inventory boasts more than 300 pieces of hand-crafted furniture including living room necessities, bedroom basics, and durable designs for the most treasured electronics and entertainment spaces. The oil finish on each finished product is perfectly flat creating slip-n-slideability.
Dedicated to facilitating restful, healthy dozing, Nasafoam promotes rejuvenating z-catching via their fleet of foam- and latex-based sleep accessories forged from all natural materials and chemical-free, water-based adhesives. Using only Canadian-made foams and fillers, Nasafoam’s mattress-smiths cobble together their memory foam mattresses in a multi-layered design that helps reduce pressure points and coaxes spines into a proper alignment. Made from hypoallergenic and antimicrobial talalay latex, the company’s latex mattresses boast natural ventilation properties to regulate body heat even as sleepers dream about August. All Nasafoam mattresses deploy advanced technologies that aid in the alleviation of common slumbering maladies such as snoring, joint pain, and tossing and turning. While specializing in the art of mattresses making, Nasafoam’s line of pillows and mattress toppers bolster sleeping sessions with their plush, durable surfaces.
Stacaro whips unembellished homes into elegant, refined shape with a vast array of European furniture, decor, and accessories, all of which exude an air of Old World charm. Flighty novels stay put in their upright and locked position with a set of nickel bookends ($79), and the glow of an antique lantern ($75) drives away darkness and makes people feel like old-timey prospectors. The chic hands of a brasserie clock ($45) circumnavigate the numbered expanse with continental aplomb, and a Tonga chair ($199) serves as a restful perch for bodies weary of standing. A Logix mirror ($299) outfits onlookers with a pellucid plane upon which to primp, preen, and practice positive affirmations before fighting a bear.