We are a family owned and operated business, proud to serve the Columbus GA market for almost 9 years! We now have four locations to serve you: Whittlesey Rd. (Bradley Park), Schomburg Rd. (in front of Publix) Macon Rd. and our newest addition, Fort Benning on Ingersol Rd. in the Main Post Mini-Mall.
For 30 years, The Farm House has been an inviting oasis for hungry pilgrims hankering down home-comfort fare. Dinner plates at The Farm House come piled with your choice of one hefty meat dish and three homespun veggies, complete with cornbread for sopping, tea for whistle-whetting, and a final course of fine cakes, all made from scratch ($14.75). Entrees include chicken breast perched atop a slice of dried beef, enveloped in bacon, smothered in mushroom wine gravy, and served over rice, a dish that topped the menu for decades. Load up on Grandmother’s meatloaf, with turnip greens that turn back time and squash casseroles that see into the future. Lunch-lovers can sit back and let chicken, dumplings, and candied yams take turns square-dancing around the tongue.
The Bed Room ,established in 1981, Montgomery,AL is a complete bed and sleep shop. We carry adult and juvenile bedroom furnishings including complete bedroom sets, iron beds, mattresses, futons, daybeds, bunkbeds, bed linens, lamps, table top decor and wall decor for the home and the bedroom. Free delivery in Montgomery.
The knowledgeable staff at Christine’s Feathered Nest helps clients bedeck beds and baths in luxury linens and fine furnishings, all hand-selected from around the world. Lafco candles ($59) illuminate spaces and kick off upscale séances, and guest towels ($11–$77), Gianna Rose soaps ($23–$31), and Niven Morgan bath and body products ($20–$33) lend a luxurious touch to bathrooms. Shoppers can jazz up nests with vases, lamps, and pottery bowls by Greg Combs ($25–$80), cosmetic cases ($15+), and a variety of duvets and coverlets. Pajamas ($46–$106) spoil sleepers with soft organic cotton or bamboo fabrics and self-counting sheep. Christine delights in culling fine furnishings from both well-known and up-and-coming designers for the boutique, originally launched out of a Civil War–era armoire parked in her own hallway.
Since 1947, family-owned Foote Brothers Furniture has decorated dwellings with a selection of sofas, recliners, bedroom sets, and tables. Make over homely homes with a King Hickory sofa ($1,769), perfect for kicking back during audiences with insubordinate serfs. Pair Denney lamps ($169) with a Null lamp table ($159) to introduce artful accents, or relax regally in a leather La-Z-Boy recliner ($1,199). Other offerings include a Hammary Sutton cocktail table ($199), a Butler accent table ($369), and a Best accent chair ($509).