The Tintypery's shutterbugs have been capturing sepia-tone memories inside their old-time photography studio for the past 30 years. Before each photo shoot, customers don authentic costumes, which range from the 1860s through to the 1930s—guises include cowboy hats, pinstripe suits, Victorian gowns, and glum facial expressions. Once families and groups gather around whiskey barrels, rifles, and oil-lamp set pieces, they can choose to pose with historically accurate props: southern belles may swish delicate lace fans and Civil War soldiers may pose with their trusty sabers. Kids too can join in the fun by dressing up as masked bandits or other period characters. Not to leave anyone out, Tintypery also welcomes pets as long as they respect the customs of the past by covering up with a bandana or modest pantaloons.
We are a family run business. when you come into our store you will meet myself (Beth) my husband (Mark) or our son Dustin. We carry Amish Made Furniture. Every thing from Mission, Contemporary to Primitive & Early American Pine Furniture, Reproduction Furniture & Primitive & Early American Decor.
With work that has been featured in St. Louis Homes & Lifestyles magazine and the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, MJM Design Company owner and lead designer Joyce Mathis graces homes and offices with eye-catching, complementary arrangements of furniture and accessories. Mathis works with homeowners to create cohesive interior themes that reflect her clients' tastes, ranging from simply selecting patterns, textures, and colors to arranging new and old furniture in a complementary manner that avoids feuds between rival end tables. Beyond pure aesthetics, she also specializes in recommending energy-saving appliances to help reduce utility bills and carbon footprints.
Since 1968, Skylink Aviation has safely whisked travelers and budding pilots alike into the skies with a fleet of single- and dual-engine aircraft. In modern and vintage-style mechanical birds, experienced pilots take to the clouds with ease and train young flyers to safely ride the winds without using cheat codes. Expert aviators also lead eye-indulging tours of St. Louis, granting airborne glimpses of notable landmarks such as the Arch, Busch Stadium, and the Mississippi River.