Since 1994, the family owners of Dream Catchers have stocked mattresses from the likes of Serta and Gold Bond alongside furnishings for every room of the home. For customers who don't own a large-enough wheelbarrow, Dream Catchers can deliver its wares directly to their doorsteps.
Frame Corner helps its clients deck their halls with photographs and artwork using premium framing materials selected to match each individual project and the surrounding décor. The store’s on-staff certified picture framer, artistic design consultant, and needlework expert form a three-headed framing machine that can help you preserve your most precious memories for millennia. Thousands of molding options (including wood, colored aluminum, and 22-karat gold-leafed materials that can also be used as currency), hundreds of museum-quality matting choices, and millions of seconds of framing experience make every project a one-of-a-kind work of art. Whether you’re framing your dog’s photograph or your dog’s diploma from dog college, prices for each job vary significantly according to the materials and presentation method used; most custom projects run between $200 and $300.
Spa on the Green's beautifiers relax and freshen epidermises within a two-story ranch-style house filled with soft natural light, plush furniture, and the green accents of potted palms. Aestheticians coddle expression makers with a 50- to 60-minute spa facial, which rejuvenates normal, overactive, or acne-prone skin. Deep cleansing removes accumulated dirt and caked-on pie residue, and gentle exfoliation rousts out rooted impurities, leaving faces glowing and soft.
Flowers By Webster's florists have arranged blossoms of all shapes, colors, and scents since filling its first vases in 1963. Today, they create bouquets for all occasions, such as the red roses, pink carnations, and white daisies of the anniversary-themed Hugs and Kisses bouquet. Flowers By Webster also tucks houseplants into decorative containers, such as wicker baskets, and rounds out its showroom with year-round and seasonal home decorations.
The staffers at The Landlocked Dog don't put sugar into dogs’ birthday cakes. To cater to doggy palates, they only use all-natural ingredients such as bananas, honey, carrots, and peanut butter, though they can still spell out the name of the birthday pooch in icing. They also handcraft treats for their store's brand, Sophie's Seabiscuits, shaping delectable morsels into hearts and ladybugs. They concoct seasonal bites for the treat-of-the-month club, which gives pups two half-pound bags of incentive to do their owner’s laundry.
Their dedication to wholesome pet care extends beyond gustatory rewards, however. The boutique stocks fashionable collars, leashes, and grooming products tailored toward specific ailments, including odor and itchiness. Their selection of calming music—composed specifically to put dogs at ease—fosters peaceful car rides, in which pups aren't compulsively changing the radio station. At doggy daycare, small packs can frolic about the cozy and comforting setting while their owners check in via webcam.