Best Mattress manufactures and stocks a snooze-inducing spread of hand-crafted mattresses, which are individually bench built by a single craftsman and then packed with raw materials such as genuine latex foam and Lura Flex innerspring units to provide durable cushioning and good night sleeps. Papa bears hibernate on firm Elegance Orthopedics ($274 full, $309 queen, $399 king) while Goldilocks enjoy just-right slumbers on the medium-firm Ultima ($499 full, $549 queen, $749 king). Browse the website for a full list of products and pricing. Like pizza and singing fish heads, Best Mattress mattresses can be ordered online, in-store, or over the phone, and free local delivery is included with today's deal.
For more than three decades, Jarrett's Jungle's two greenhouses and bustling flower shop has composed a visual symphony of petals, succulents, bonsais, and orchids. The delicate displays of blossoms and leaves draw from the world's floral arrangement traditions—walking down the colorful aisles, customers see everything from European flower baskets to Japanese Ikebana. Fresh boxes of tropical blossoms arrive weekly from Hawaii, entrancing guests with scents from across the seas. Jarrett's florists concoct breathtaking combinations of plants for weddings and special occasions, and an onsite horticulturist oversees repotting, pruning, plant maintenance, and open-trunk tree surgeries.
As your local Ace Hardware, our store is a member of the largest retailer-owned hardware cooperative in the industry. Ace Hardware began as a small chain of stores in 1924 and has grown to include more than 4,600 stores in 50 states and more than 70 countries.
Secret of the Islands' natural bath and beauty products nourish and soften the skin to imbue a healthy glow. The company's artisans follow a Bahamian family recipe to make an exfoliating salt scrub infused with tropical aromas, and they blend vitamin E into face cream to reduce the appearance of fine lines. Although the product recipes come from the tropics, the products themselves are made locally in South Carolina.
With art degrees from the University of South Carolina, Tom Lockart and Mark Woodham teamed up to found One Eared Cow Glass, a glass-working studio and gallery. The duo started out in a rent-free Bishopville barn, according to Columbia Living, and named their enterprise after a carved wooden cow’s head that was nailed to the door. Much like Mike Tyson’s teddy bear, the cow had only one ear.
Today, at their studio location in downtown Columbia, Lockart and Woodham host live demos throughout the week. During these demos, the pair shape molten glass—which can heat up to 2,300 degrees Fahrenheit—into the translucent artwork that lines their gallery’s shelves. Their work ranges from vases to birdfeeders, though they specialize in indoor and outdoor light fixtures.
Named the 2010 Best Furniture Store in Columbia by the Free Times and the 2011 Best Home Furnishings Store by Columbia Metropolitan magazine, Whit-Ash Furnishings, Inc. has been filling homes' negative space with a panoply of attractive appointment for more than 40 years. The center houses more than 500 items priced under $100 with other popular items including sofas and recliners starting at $299 and dining room sets starting at $599. The 40,000-square-foot showroom encompasses a full city block and harbors more than a dozen wardrobe portals into Narnia. Home-stockers looking for the perfect piece can get lost among the winding furniture-formed paths, feasting covetous eyes on interiors for every type of room and style. Mattresses, lamps, and accessories from 300+ manufacturers beckon shoppers hither, as does a large selection of oriental rugs carefully shackled to metal hangers to prevent any attempts at escape by flight.