The friendly staff at Framings has dedicated more than 20 years to fortifying photos in custom, museum-quality frames, and bedecking blank walls with mirrors, bulletin boards, and more. Diplomas, memorabilia, and restraining orders can stand the test of time when encased in a frame built out of a choice of sophisticated moulds from more than 40 designers. Ensconce artwork in a wide selection of small (around $177), medium (around $259), and large (around $694) frames that elevate juvenile scribbles to postmodern triumphs. The shop's talented framers can also construct archival frames to preserved delicate pictures using acid-free mats and lignin-free paper, or frame irregularly shaped keepsakes such as baby's first set of car keys.
My Home My Planet is a full service designer and supplier of kitchen and bathroom products specializing in cabinetry, tile, stone, lighting, plumbing, flooring and hardware. We service the New York Tri State Areas through our Manhattan and Mt. Kisco showrooms. Our design staff if ready to help you with your next project.
The award-winning dough punchers at Loaf flaunt a menu of sweet and savory items, all made from scratch on the premises. The shop's panoply of salads includes the thai beef ($9) and the seared-tuna avocado ($9), constructed with avocado, asparagus, lemon vinaigrette, and spicy mayo. Loaf also brandishes classic sandwiches such as the BLT ($8) and original inventions such as the smoked-tofu sandwich, festooned with mushroom and peppery arugula ($8). Fresh baked goods range from the monkey loaf ($7), which garnered a mention in the New York Times, to fresh focaccia ($5), ciabatta ($7), and cinnamon-raisin bread ($7.50). The experts behind the counter match dinners with a slice of cake, such as coconut ($5.25), lemon poppyseed ($6), or red velvet ($5.25). Guests can also complete the transition from an innie to an outie with belly-button-bursting fresh muffins, crumb cakes, and cinnamon buns ($3.25–$4.50), which pair well with homemade ginger iced tea, pomegranate iced tea, and watermelon lemonade.
Bedford Gourmet’s sumptuous prepared foods and deluxe groceries fill stomachs with fine ingredients in the form of gourmet cheeses, snack delicacies, coffees, teas, prepared meals, and more. The delicacy depot prides itself on its selection of more than 100 cheeses, including the award-winning Rainbeau Ridge variety, which is produced in Bedford Hills (starting at $16.95 per lb.).
Since 1978, Twin Oaks Swim & Tennis Club has helped members and guests take advantage of summer heat with 33 acres of tennis courts and swimming pools. Shady trees sway gently above outdoor lounge areas, and a network of paved pathways winds through the grassy lawns that connect two pools and eight Har-Tru tennis courts. Both pools utilize a heating system to maintain steady temperatures and prevent icebergs from forming in the deep end. In the Twin Oaks clubhouse, the Acorn Café offers a full selection of sandwiches, salads, and picnic fare. Members obtain access to all these facilities, along with lessons and clinics for tennis, swimming, or any hybrid variation of those two sports that may be invented in the future.
Whether attending to a client's facial needs or love of eclectic nail colors, the aestheticians at Cosmetic Boutique are committed to their use of organic and paraben-free beauty products. This gallery of makeup and skincare formulas includes products by brands such as Jane Iredale, Skinceuticals, and Natura Bissé. The boutique mainly serves as a personalized small-scale shopping experience, where trained staff walk customers through their stock. And yet, as a combination beauty shop and med spa, it also has staff who perform services ranging from oxygen-infused facials with exfoliation and extractions to waxing and airbrush tanning.