At more than 1,200 Mattress Firm locations around the country, shoppers sink into plush mattresses, recline on firm beds, and belly-flop onto pillow tops. Knowledgeable staffers can help customers create an ideal bedtime environment by dispensing advice based on sleep preferences and illuminating the difference between the many kinds of mattresses. And to the delight of their customers, much of Mattress Firm's bedding wears the label of a premium brand, such as Sealy, Serta, Simmons Beautyrest, or Stearns & Foster.
Furnishing all manner of domicile since 1967, Hennen Furniture equips consumers and their crash pads with name brand furniture, mattresses, and rugs while employing a staff that emanates comprehensive customer service. Add texture to fabric-free floors with a series of 5 x 8 area rugs ($99 each); release laps from the burdens of books and computers with oak sofa servers ($49), portable, tray-topped tables; or rekindle the joys of non-lethal tilt-a-whirling with oak backless swivel counter stools ($99). In addition to their expansive selection of house-convalescing contrivances, Hennen’s offers an array of helpful services, such as complimentary in-home design consulting to ensure that customers create a symbiotic relationship between their space and set pieces.
At eight showrooms across the Kansas City area, SleepOne Mattress Superstore's aptly named sleep advisors recommend mattresses that will accommodate budgets and physical conditions such as stiffness and pain. After scouring the showroom's floor, the staff might suggest a Sterns and Foster mattress made with materials such as silk and cashmere. They also offer delivery and removal of the old mattresses.
SleepOne Mattress Superstore also fights nightmares with several guarantees. For example, their staff will refund 110% of the difference in price if customers find the same mattress sold for less. They also exchange mattresses for up to a year (only charging a redelivery fee) and offer a rehabilitation program for reformed boogeymen.
BedMax's sleep experts have curated a wide array of firm and cushy mattresses to suit the needs of even the pickiest snoozers. Plush pillow-top mattresses coddle frames in comfort, while memory foam supports bad backs and forgetful limbs. Mattresses are available in twin, full, queen, and king sizes, and can be made immediately nap-ready with BedMax's stock of bedding and linens. Five warehouses stationed across the U.S. ensure prompt deliveries.
A wave of pastel hues washes over the walls of Lauren Alexandra's two elegant boutiques, where baby and maternity specialist Pamela Dicapo has been outfitting infants, toddlers, and their parents with upscale accessories since 1994. Newborn essentials—stuffed animals, baby-talk translators, and blankets from brands such as My Blankee and Little Giraffe—share colorful shelf space with apparel from European clothiers such as CakeWalk and Catimini. The shops brim with a bevy of accouterments, and Pamela's passion for all things baby-related extends beyond her store. She and her supporting crew travel to parents’ homes to cultivate domestic comfort with professional room design services, harnessing their decorating finesse to help parents select soothing, kid-friendly wall treatments, furniture, and carpet.
Each month, more than 20 foraging foes of dull furniture display a suburban spelunker's dream of antiques, furniture, and one-off treasures in the historic Meyer Building's welcoming lower level. Whatever style beckons your home or garden, the infrequency of Urban Mining's sales means a fresh rotation of affordable wares arrives each and every month. Browse through enough tablecloths and doilies to outfit a championship tea bash, or check out fashionable vintage mirrors (starting at $25) to reflect a black-and-white version of your formerly Technicolor dream coat. The furniture runs the gamut from striking window frames and lamps (both starting at around $15) to wood and metal chairs (starting at $20) and retro barware ($15 and up). Every fabric, collectible, and piece of dragon-fired pottery comes after intense searches by Urban Mining's collection of hunter-gatherer vendors, who comb the earth on ungainly camels for orphaned and belittled jewels, restoring them and distributing them to appreciative homes.