Stocked with more than 2,000 in-store frames, Inman's garnishes the walls of homes and businesses with handsome, professionally bordered images in a range of colors and styles. An advanced, computerized matte cutter quickly and easily cleaves almost any design to fit around pictorial borders, from simple square slices or last names to the machine's own interpretation of what the wind looks like. Choose from the store’s more than 1,000 clip art images to further embellish your images. Though custom framing prices are highly variable, a 16"x20" double-matted print can be framed for $99.
In 1990, Trish Lounsbury opened Celebrations with her husband, Stan, and her father, Ed. They seek out products from artists, designers, and leading companies such as Crane and Sweet Pea when crafting custom invitations and stationery. They also specialize in custom framing for a variety of projects, as well as unique gifts and elegant wrapping papers.
Where prospectors once used the running waters of a river to search their hauls for gems and gold, Copperhead Creek Gem Mining Company employs a winding wooden sluice. Deputized geologists shovel scoops of raw material sourced from 12 mines into wire mesh sifters, allowing the current to carry off the dirt and reveal the colorful stones that lie within. The company also offers bags of mining rough that are likely to contain fossils and arrowheads, along with geodes that visitors can crack at home by using a hammer or throwing them really hard against a tree.
Grateful Threads Fabric & Furnishings tempts textile tinkerers with more than 1,000 bolts of fabric from national brands such as Robert Allen, Big Kahuna, and Ralph Lauren. Decorating doyens can wrap a sofa in red velvet, and knightly crafters can create stylish silk sword cozies, ($3.09–$50/yard). The staff of design professionals and seamstresses helps lead lost drapers through a sea of window treatments, bedding, and table coverings that remain special without stains that resemble Elvis. Grateful Threads' vast, warehouse-style store is sprinkled with funky furniture to inspire aspiring upholsterers.
Riverwind Gallery is starting our 32nd year in the custom picture framing and art business. We were voted one of the Top 100 Art & Framing Retailers in the USA for 2003 thru 2007. We have Limited Edition art from some of the nations best artists along with open editions and originals from area artists, pottery and wood.
For furniture conundrums pertaining to sleeping surfaces, Dean Bosler's keeps a showroom fully stocked with Jamison mattresses, which enable shoppers to test out a new bed-frame buttress, taking 10 minutes to dream about starting a rap group with Leonard Nimoy. Though mattress prices vary as widely as the makes and models of race-car beds, queen-size cradles start at $499 and can range up to $2,999.