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  • The Amish Store
    The Amish Store deals in handcrafted wood furniture and accessories built in the United States by Amish communities of Indiana and Ohio for every room, nook, and cranny of the home. Add dimension to dwellings with an extensive selection of stock and made-to-order items, such as large wooden mixing bowls ($72.13) and multistriped cutting boards ($89.38). Keepsakes stay safe in a musical jewellery box ($94.08), and treasured reads and vintage LPs find a rent-controlled home on rustic hickory bookshelves ($555.02+ for three-shelf units). The heirloom-worthy Laurel Victorian bed ($1,109.27/queen) comfortably frames dreams about being framed in traditional spindling and a single bow design. Every piece can be customized with a variety of woods and stains, including hickory, cherry, maple, and quarter-sawn white oak, and furnishings can be fitted with fabrics and leathers (prices vary with fabric, leather, stain and wood options).
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    1410 Lanark 511
    Balderson, ON CA
  • Creative Framing
    Since 1984, the framers at Creative Framing have worked with clients to encase treasured photographs, paintings, and keepsakes on premises. Drawing inspiration from the colour pairings in the shop's attached gallery, they match artworks with wood and metal frames as well as shadowboxes. The framers also shield works from sun rays and the withering eye contact of art critics with UV-blocking and glare-resistant glass. Gallery liners come in linen or custom-painted Medite; mats in hundreds of colours complement pictures and make diplomas look smarter. The Creative Framing team will also reuse or resize an existing frame on request, counselling it for adjustment to life after cosmetic surgery.
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    334 Princess St
    Kingston, ON CA
  • Frameworks
    With a multitude of frame and moulding samples ranging from oversized casings to delicate shadow boxes, Kingston Frameworks indulges all masterpiece visions with traditional framing and custom-made compositions. Consumers, art collectors, and interior designers can channel their artistic inspiration with a host of frame options in contemporary and traditional designs to spruce up a drab powder room or add flair to a flat office space ($80 for a 14.75"x12.25" with matting, $58.64 without). The staff of border buffs can also accommodate individual requests to churn out plaque-mounted diplomas and laminated exit strategies to adorn barren walls. In addition to memorializing baby booties and ticket stubs, Kingston Frameworks upgrades pressed-flower security with conservation framing, swaddling prized pieces in antireflective museum glass to preserve the quality of delicate keepsakes and family heirlooms.
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    198 Princess St
    Kingston, ON CA
  • Seniors Association Kingston Region
    Patrons enter Kingston Glass Studio and Gallery to discover the handmade work of more than 30 North American artists, including unique glass creations that focus on various styles, shapes and colours. Adorn freshly cut evergreens in a candy-cane design that reflects twinkling lights across its crimson hues, or place a bucket beneath a green-glass icicle in case it melts back into sand. An on-site studio beckons visitors over for daily demonstrations, in which local artisans use pipes to transform glowing glass into semi-transparent vases or summon flames by loudly gossiping about dragons in order to render glass beads. After selecting their five ornaments, customers can peruse the other artwork that occasionally sprouts from the store's exposed stone wall, including paintings, sculptures, and vases.
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    56 Francis St
    Kingston, ON CA
  • La-Z-Boy
    Within a spacious showroom brimming with stylish-yet-functional furniture, La-Z-Boy?s team of knowledgeable staffers and design experts work tirelessly to help shoppers select accoutrements suited to their individual tastes. A host of home accessories revamps stale interiors with plush pillows ($20+) that facilitate the construction of handsome blanket forts on their way to becoming the next interior design trend. Chic hurricane vases ($40?$80) keep candles and plants ensconced behind tempest-proof glass, and a honeycomb lantern ($80) bathes rooms and their occupants in a warm, mood-setting glow. Those searching for four-legged support can stock up on sleek tables, such as an end table ($149) whose advanced circus training helps it effortlessly balance books, plates, and vases on its head.
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    770 Gardiners Road
    Kingston, ON CA
  • Willow
    Willow Soul ravishes body and home with a collection of clothing, accessories, housewares, and art fashioned mostly from Canadian materials or by local artisans. Canadian-crafted Rocky Mountain beauty products season skin with bath salts ($5) or luxurious body butter ($15), and Love+Toast hand lotions teach fingers the ancient art of black-belt softness ($11+). Necks flex fashion muscles under Frug necklaces ($26+) or airy summer scarves that protect against bumblebee-filled breezes ($19), and Hue jeggings eschew traditional denim conventions ($38+). In addition to house highlighters such as quilts, art napkins, and throw pillows, Willow Soul beckons bottoms to grow attached to furniture, such as reclaimed-wood benches made by Kingston artists.
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    112 Princess St
    Kingston, ON CA

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