Members of the Perrino family draw on 20 years of custom home-building experience to display Perrino Fine Furniture and Interiors’ vast inventory in fully furnished rooms and Oriental-rug-lined formal ball pits. Designers such as D&W Silks and Benetti’s Italia bedeck living spaces in a spectrum of traditional and contemporary styles, from sleek curio cabinets to sofas and armchairs imported from Milan or New York. And to complement the larger pieces, upscale accessories like murals and candle holders can imbue walls with renewed confidence after criticism from catty magic mirrors.
When Seymour and Esther Fischgrund founded Fish Furniture in 1925, the couple personally stained, painted, and housebroke each piece before sending it home with a customer. Today, Fish Furniture operates a bit more efficiently, but with the same attention to detail and quality. In the eight-plus decades since opening, the business has grown from 2 employees to 47. It features a pair of 40,000-square-foot show rooms, inside of which sit upholstery, bedroom sets, and office trimmings bearing solid-wood construction and the names of well-known manufacturers. Outside the show rooms, Fish's staff travels to homes to provide interior-design advice, and its courtesy touchups mend scuffs and scrapes in a more fashionable manner than haphazardly placed band-aids.
Berg’s has furnished children’s spaces for nearly a century with an array of beds, bedding, and carriers. Deck your child’s fantasy room with a wooden crib in chestnut, sienna, and antique black, a blue and red bed-turned-castle and slide, or a pink-curtained daybed. Securely bundle up little ones or precious canned foods in the Babybjörn original baby carrier ($79.95) and booster seat ($29.95), or educate young royalty with the Babybjörn potty chair ($22.95). Whether crafting a homespun habitat or a pastel-themed underground laboratory, Berg’s helpful employees help parents find baby and teen furniture to satisfy decorating desires.
A Unique Village deserves a Unique Store! The arches of Caravan Splendors will draw you into an exciting shopping experience that includes the latest trends in accessories, novelties, gifts, handbags, handmade rugs, all beautifully displayed and offered for the most attractive prices you can expect in the market.
The owner of Simpatico, which means congenial in Italian, didn’t think the name would stick when it opened in 2009, but it soon came to represent Simpatico’s green mission. By showcasing furniture made with sustainable hardwoods, organic fabrics, and recycled materials, the staff aims to help their customers create healthier living spaces. The eco-friendly offerings range from coffee tables made of reclaimed elm to light fixtures that emit recycled light waves. Simpatico also has a design studio where clients can get professional guidance with furniture selection, as well as custom furniture and renovation services.