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A warehouse in Petersburg provides the space Aimee Joyaux needs to stretch her artistic wings. By Paulette Roberts-Pullen

Sandy and Heyn Kjerulf design a house around the sun and their art collection. By John Haddad

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INSIDE THE HOUSE, INSIDE THE SELF Artist Pam Anderson crafts a

Forest Hill home aligned with her work. By Valley Haggard


From consignment shops to contractors, from framers to furniture, Richmond is brimming with resources. D E PA R TM E N T S

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The Goods Repurposed

home accessories available in shops around town


A Room on View


The Virginia Museum of Fine Arts reconstructs Richmonder Arabella Huntington’s 19th-century bedroom. Great Room Chris Palmer’s living room becomes a personal gallery and studio space. Entertaining Don’t talk about Pizza Club.



Q & A Thom Filicia

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Event Glass Ceilings: Women in Architecture Travel Philadelphia freedom Calendar Picks Mitchell Gold and Bob Williams come to Richmond. At Home Maureen Egan confesses: I’m an herbicidal maniac.

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It can be daunting, whether you’re hunting for the perfect lamp or completely renovating your house, to find the right sources. In this issue, we’ve done that legwork for you and assembled a comprehensive guide to make your search easier. Stash this issue somewhere safe and pull it out when you need it. Furniture mavens Mitchell Gold and Bob Williams are coming to Ruth & Ollie’s in Carytown to talk about their new book, The Comfortable Home, and we were lucky enough to get a chance to ask them a few questions (for the entire interview, go to Furniture was also on designer Thom Filicia’s mind when we talked to him as he prepared for the launch of his new line for Vanguard, which will be carried exclusively in Richmond by Williams & Sherrill. And R•Home columnist Wendy Umanoff found a bounty of repurposed home accessories that caught the eye of local stores at the New York International Gift Fair this year. We’re also a town brimming over with talented artists, thanks to the top-ranked School of the Arts at Virginia Commonwealth University. We were curious how an artist lives away from the gallery and at home. Artist Pam Anderson found the perfect cottage in Forest Hill and arranged her things with precision to tell the narrative of her life with art and objects. Aimee Joyaux and her husband, Alain, found an inspiring pre-Civil Warera warehouse in Petersburg, which they are still busy renovating. Chris Palmer found a way to work at home by turning the living room of his Fan apartment into a combination studio space and gallery. Sandy and Heyn Kjerulf, major benefactors to the local art scene, also have been collecting both international and regional art for more than 40 years. In fact, their collection inspired the renovation of their three-story Fan home, a house that had been R•HOME TWEETS! abandoned for 20 years. Once friend and 3north architect Follow R•Home on Sandy Bond took the structure to its walls, he was able to Twitter at twitter. redesign the house to emphasize light and space — and in com/RHome a style that rewrites history and brings the interior right up Magazine! to the 20th and 21st centuries. We hope you’ll be intrigued and inspired by all of the things other Richmonders are doing right now to their homes. Even more important, we hope that with our guide we’ve made it just a little bit easier to get your projects up and running. The first step is to turn to page 52!



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Contributors Heather Butros Simpkins

Simpkins has combined a teaching certificate from the University of Richmond with a master’s degree in journalism from the University of Georgia to create a satisfying career as both a freelance writer and a first-grade teacher. The Michigan native has lived in Richmond for the past decade and is still adjusting to the heat. She met with printmaker Chris Palmer in his “salon.�

Adam Ewing Ewing specializes in lifestyle, people and portraiture photography, so he was a perfect choice for the Pam Anderson story. His editorial work has appeared in many national publications, and his advertising clients include B.F. Goodrich, Expedia, Sirius and GEICO. In his spare time, he works on his 1920s house here in Richmond. He lives with his wife, his dog, a few cats and some fish.

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Roberts-Pullen worked for local architecture firms for nine years. She has written about art and architecture for Art Papers, Style Weekly and R.Home. For this issue’s story about Aimee and Alain Joyaux’s ambitious conversion of a Petersburg warehouse/storefront to a residence, she discovered a happy convergence of art and architecture.

Jeff Saxman Saxman has produced product, food, and portrait photography for clients such as Hamilton Beach, Reynolds, C.F. Sauer, UPS, Wal-Mart and Special Olympics Virginia. He spends his free time playing volleyball at Richmond Volleyball Club, working with Boy Scout Troop 1891 or trying to get to the mountains or river with his wife and two boys. He shot this month’s cover in his Shockoe Bottom studio.

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hile visiting the New York International Gift Fair in February, I was pleased to find a much larger selection of inspiring repurposed products than I’ve seen in the past. I focused on finding companies designing products using reclaimed materials that are inventive and inviting. I offer you a few of my favorite things — eclectic treats for all tastes — and where to get them in Richmond. GLASSWARE ($8 each) Fashioned from reclaimed wine, water and trademark bottles. Available at Living, 285-5600.

PHOTO BOX ($155) Because it’s aged, this reclaimedwood frame from Sugar Boo is both warm and inviting. Available at Dolce Designs, 360-8049. FRENCH LINENS ($59) Two Girls in Avignon linens are created using vintage fabrics and adorned with antique ribbon, hand-tied fringe and millinery flowers. Available at Gather, 379-0441.

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A Room on View

A former Richmonder channels luxury and beauty


candal is hard thing to shake — or suppress. Arabella Huntington was a very private woman, and it may be because she had a thing or two to hide. Born in Richmond in 1850, Catharine Arabella Duval Yarrington grew up in a boardinghouse run by her mother located near Capitol Square. Collis Huntington was a railroad tycoon nearly 30 years older than Arabella. The two probably met when his company (the C & O Railroad) built the line that connected Richmond to the Ohio River Valley; evidence also suggests that he provided financial support for the family prior to and after the family relocated in New York when Arabella was a teenager. Things then get a little murky. “She was a survivor,” says Susan Rawles, assistant curator of American Decorative Art at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts. Although there’s no record that a marriage took place, Arabella took the name of John Worsham, owner of gambling parlors in Richmond and New York, and the putative father of her child,

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Archer Worsham. After John Worsham’s death and nine months after Collis Huntington’s wife’s death, the two were married in 1884, and Arabella entered New York society on equal footing with families like the Rockefellers and the Vanderbilts. In fact, she would later sell her house on 54th Street to John D. Rockefeller Sr. Working with firms like Pottier & Stymus, Herter Brothers and Sypher & Co., Arabella Huntington decorated the 54th Street house in the high style of the Aesthetic Movement, an art-and-design movement in the second half of the 19th century that emphasized beauty and craftsmanship. Influenced by Japanese art, it overlapped with the Arts and Crafts Movement that became so influential at the turn of the 20th century. The combination of Arabella’s exceptional taste and Huntington’s money resulted in a remarkable room that, 129 years later, has been transported more than 300 miles to the city where she grew up. It is on view now in the new McGlothlin wing of the VMFA.

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The ribbon detail, a holdover from earlier French-influenced style, can be seen in this Aesthetic Movement fireplace.


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Art Lounge Chris Palmer turns his living room into a gallery By Heather Simpkins

LEFT: Chris Palmer at work CENTER: A series of Palmer’s small paintings on wood. RIGHT: A table in the front window can function for dining or for meeting with those interested in his work.


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hen Chris Palmer moved into his Fan apartment in the fall of 2008, he envisioned a space where people would be visually entertained, and not just by his artwork. “I like the idea of people coming in, sitting and looking around,” he says. “A friend walked in and jokingly said I have a salon.” Palmer, who teaches drawing and printmaking at Randolph-Macon College and printmaking at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts Studio School, has made the front room of his apartment multifunctional: a dining room, a showroom and a studio. “It’s a wonderful space for me,” he says. “I come in here late at night, put on some music and draw.” It’s an important showcase for Palmer’s personal work, including a collection of luscious, one-of-a-kind landscape prints. It also highlights some of his favorite finds from students past and present. A ceramic vase created by a former middle-school student sits on the sill overlooking Hanover Avenue, and another on a wooden

table greets guests. The room also serves as a revolving gallery of art. When the mood strikes, Palmer will rotate one of his own pieces with one that he’s received from an exchange of 30 artists. One of his goals was to keep everything in the room inexpensive. Most of the furnishings cost less than $200 or were given to him by friends — and he never throws anything away, he says. A workman’s chest from Sears holds his supplies; a trio of outdoor chairs offers guests a panoramic view of the room. Palmer relishes the apartment’s location. “I can draw here and print at the VMFA Studio School, have people over, take a break and go to dinner,” he says. “It’s a great little meeting place.”


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LEFT: Guests line up their custom pizzas on wooden peels for the oven. ABOVE: A purple sweet potato, mozzarella and Parmesan pizza comes out of the wood-burning backyard oven.



Don’t Talk About Pizza Club Victoria and Joe Deroche burn wood and bake pizza in their backyard By Brandon Fox


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don’t even want to tell you about Pizza Club. If I do, you’re all going to want to join, and then I’ll never be able to fight through the crowd and get my hands on a piece of any amazing pizza concocted there again. Each month on a Sunday, artist Joe Deroache and his wife, Victoria, invite friends over for a different kind of potluck. Victoria announces a theme, and guests bring pizza toppings related to that theme. (When I visited in late March, the theme was “spring.”) Dough is provided, and each guest (or couple) makes an inventive pizza designed to impress, to delight and to satiate. Then Joe whisks it away on a long, wooden pizza peel to the wood-burning oven in the backyard. “Joe makes it look easy,” says Tom Sullivan, who also brewed a special toasty, caramel-ly beer he calls “Scottish Wee Heavy.” He brews something different for each Pizza Club. In the beginning, the Deroches didn’t have good luck with the oven. “The first two tries after we got it were a disaster,” Joe says. He was a little worried — and annoyed. Joe then tells me a story to illustrate his point. “My mother once had a bird named Roscoe she really, really wanted to talk, but when it didn’t — well, it still was the family pet — but it didn’t get quite the attention it did before.” “That bird was forgotten,” Victoria says later. “I was going to write ‘Roscoe’ in big letters across this pizza oven,” Joe says. 




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Here’s my favorite (and the most unusual) pizza: DESSERT PIZZA — CREATED BY CURTIS BROWN

INGREDIENTS • 1 round of your favorite pizza dough • 1 quart of strawberries (or to taste) • Honey • Confectioners’ sugar • 2 tablespoons of chopped, fresh mint • Balsamic syrup (usually, but not always, called saba)

ABOVE: Joe Deroche readies the oven while Russell Bell looks on. BELOW: Samantha Anderson and Rhoan Jones slice up their shrimp and garlic pizza.

ABOVE: Victoria Deroche brings out just a few of the 31 rounds of pizza dough that would be used that night. BELOW: A plethora of toppings brought by the guests.

(“I wouldn’t let him,” Victoria adds). Instead, after those first two tries, they turned the corner pretty quickly. Luckily. Otherwise, we wouldn’t be treated to an earthy fiddlehead fern, pancetta, flat-leaf parsley and goat-cheese pizza. Or one with thinly sliced purple sweet potatoes with mozzarella and Parmesan. Or the most interesting and profoundly spring-like pizza, which was made by Deanna Rodgers and topped with sliced lamb, peas, feta and a blast of chopped, fresh mint sprinkled over top while it stood steaming, just out of the oven. It was pouring rain that night, and Joe spent nearly three hours soaking wet, feeding the fire and baking pizza, fortified with little but beer and the occasional slice of pizza. “I made dough for 31 pizzas this time,” says Victoria, “I had two KitchenAids going.” All the dough was used, even the last one, which, when we all saw Joe’s face when he 22

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was presented with it, made someone say, “I don’t know if that (pizza peel) is steaming or Joe’s head.” Inside, where it was warm and dry, folks were drinking an Italian summer standard, Prosecco with a lashing of Aperol and soda — a “Spritz.” Each pizza that came in from the outside was sliced into slivers so that everyone could get a taste. “People at Pizza Club are always asking, ‘Am I full?’ You only eat an eighth of a piece [at a time],” Victoria says. “But then you pick and you eat, and by the end of the night, everyone says, ‘I am full!’” I can attest to that. And I had an advantage since I was single-mindedly hanging around the tiny spot carved out from the plates of cheese and crackers and tapenade and other great things to eat on the kitchen island where the pizzas generally landed. All night long.

DIRECTIONS If you don’t have your very own wood-burning pizza oven, preheat your normal oven to 425 degrees F. Wash and de-hull the strawberries, leaving some whole and a few chopped thickly. Sprinkle the pizza dough with a few of the whole strawberries (six to eight) and lavish with honey. Dust generously with confectioners’ sugar. Bake for 12 to 15 minutes, watching carefully so that pizza browns and doesn’t burn. Remove from the oven and add the rest of the strawberries or to taste. Sprinkle all over with the chopped mint and more confectioners’ sugar, finishing with a drizzle of balsamic syrup. Eat with abandon.


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Design for Mankind Thom Filicia: Part interior designer, part television personality, part therapist  By Carrie Nieman Culpepper

Thom Filicia is one of the most wellknown interior designers working today. First launched into Americans’ living rooms in 2003 as the smiley design guru on Bravo’s Queer Eye for the Straight Guy, Filicia has ever since straddled the worlds of high and low design. His private clients include Jennifer Lopez and the W Hotels chain, but the egalitarian Filicia also spruces up the homes of misguided everymen and women on his Style Network show Dress My Nest, now in its fourth season. This spring he launches a new home collection with Vanguard, complete with furniture, floor coverings, lighting, textiles and more. Jamie Coffey, creative director of Richmond’s Williams & Sherrill Interiors, was so impressed by the collection that he decided to carry every piece. He calls it “warm modern” and is particularly taken with the collection’s chameleon-like versatility. “It enables you to bring that one modern piece into your home to elevate things. You can take that coffee table and put it in front of a very traditional sofa, and it works.” In between shooting episodes of his new Style Network show Tacky House, premiering this spring, and traveling to his new fixer-upper in upstate New York, which will be the subject of his second book, we managed to catch Filicia in transit and ask him a few questions.


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The line was inspired by iconic furniture pieces that have proven themselves for many years, but with a fresh take for the way we live today. I wanted to create a versatile aesthetic that reflects a fresh yet timeless approach to design, and balances elements in unique and beautiful ways: refined details mixed with raw edges, industrial played against organic, and materials, textures and palettes interwoven in unexpected ways. … I’m always trying to give people the confidence to reflect their own personalities through design. I think all of the pieces allow someone to do that, and that’s another important theme that I believe unites the collection.



Was there any element within the collection that you designed as a reaction to what you see in design?


My Strathmore console is a reaction to beautiful consoles that lack functionality. Often you see these fabulous consoles with captivating bases, but they have no storage or other functional elements. The Strathmore has a really beautiful design and interesting base, but also is functional in a way that doesn’t take away from the aesthetic. 


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Artwork is a great splurge because it’s so personal and adds such a dynamic layer to any room.

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I got stuck in the elevator of my office building with my dog Paco one day for an hour with a few other people. One person particularly was freaking out, so I did my best to make light of the situation, distract them, tell some jokes, etc. Turns out one of the other passengers was a talent manager. We exchanged numbers and the next day she called and asked me if I wanted to audition for a TV show. The rest is history!




It’s actually the subject of my new book, which is going to be my guide for renovating, decorating, gardening and entertaining with style. It’s part memoir, part renovation manual and part entertaining guide, and follows me as I renovate and decorate this 90-year-old cottage on a lake. The design is going to be classic but timely and very appropriate for the architecture of the home, its location and, of course, me.






GREEK PEAK SIDE CHAIR Beech wood, natural brass

ROBINEAU ROAD ROUND MIRROR Walnut with black silver nail trim SOLVAY SPOT TABLE Hand-forged iron

A design must for my own home is a beautifully designed sofa that is fabulously comfortable.


Too often, people make the mistake of designing a room that matches rather than one that coordinates. Rather than a matchy-matchy look that is over-decorated, a stylish room should include a variety of pieces that are casually connected through distinctive pairings and unexpected contrasts. The overall look of a room becomes much more original and authentic when things are mixed up but retain subtle repetitions of colors, shapes and themes.


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Willow fencing An Englishcottage favorite, it works well with natural, free-form gardens, according to Anna Aquino, a local landscape architect. The woven fencing is flexible and can be molded around plantings to create shapes and delineate areas of your garden. It offers privacy and can be used as a screen around a sitting area or along the back edge of a cottage garden.


Beyond the Garden Gate

Uncommon edging and fencing help set off botanical highlights  By Sara Jackson



Bamboo Long the bane of gardeners for its invasive growth pattern, bamboo is making a comeback in the garden. As a plant, it can be hard to control, but when cut and turned into fencing, it can make an eco-friendly option for garden partitioning, according to Drew Harrigan, owner of Four Winds Design. Garden-supply companies offer bamboo as short, picket-sized fencing and as an edging material.

reating garden “rooms” may be a popular new landscaping style, but it doesn’t work without attention to one oftenoverlooked detail: separation. Without a partition, garden styles (and the plants themselves) can easily blur into one and create a mess rather than a sophisticated display. But don’t settle for the boring concrete edgers at your local homeimprovement store. There are plenty of fresh ways to highlight special portions of your garden.


mammoth magnolia trees in your front yard. New dwarf varieties like Little Gem can make a perfect hedgerow. Plant them within 7 feet of one another, and the trees grow together in a bush-like pattern, Aquino explains. Unlike most hedges, however, the trees have large branches that you can shape into archways.



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ROBERT STUART PAINTING Tinsley was first introduced to this artist’s work when she managed an art gallery in North Carolina.

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Trinkets and Treasures The art-filled home of Maggi Tinsley By Megan Marconyak


ure, Maggi Tinsley could buy bunch of new furniture, but finding inventive ways to use the pieces she has is more fun. “I have a lot of family furniture,” she says. “It’s more of a challenge to work with.” Rather than ditching old furnishings, Tinsley looks at their structure. If it’s still sound, she reupholsters the piece with contemporary fabrics, re-styles and reuses it. She then mixes these items with contemporary art for a look she describes as personalized, or quirky traditional. Given her gallery background and current position as marketing and publicrelations coordinator for the Visual Arts Center of Richmond, Tinsley has developed an extensive collection. She also has acquired an array of artwork, home décor and knickknacks from two unmarried aunts who traveled the world and brought back gifts for her. She places all these treasures throughout her home, so that every wall, nook and cranny includes something special to behold.


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AVANT-GOURDE SCULPTURE When Tinsley gave artist Betsy Sayre a bunch of gourds she’d grown, the designer let Tinsley choose one of her creations to keep.


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UNEXPECTED TREASURES Aimee and Alain Joyaux live the loft

lifestyle in downtown Petersburg. B Y PAU L E T T E R O B E R T S - P U L L E N PHOTOS BY TODD WRIGHT




PAGE 34: A trolley serves as a coffee table. PAGE 35: The living area still has the original trapdoor that was used to bring heavy equipment to the upper floors of the warehouse. THIS PAGE: Le Corbusier chaise lounge

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rtist Aimee Joyaux and her scholar/craftsman husband, Alain, have paid the ultimate compliment to a town. Anticipating a departure from their academic lives in Indiana, they dreamed of a home large enough to support their passions. Their requirements were simple: proximity to an international airport for easy access to their house in France, a large quantity of inexpensive space so that they could live and work under one roof (Aimee wanted a big studio, and Alain wanted a shop) and a moderate climate so that heating a large space wouldn’t break the bank. They chose Petersburg. The couple bought a pre-Civil War warehouse that was on the verge of collapse in the downtown area. “It’s really Alain who has the vision,” says Aimee. When they first toured the building, Alain saw potential while she saw a disaster. They took detailed measurements of the building back to Indiana and spent another year planning and consulting with building experts. They scoured scratch-and-dent stores and salvage yards for inexpensive materials and fi xtures. They collected old chalkboards for flooring, discarded limestone architectural elements, Victorianera salt-glazed paving bricks, laboratory counters, doors, sinks and anything else they thought they could use. It took two semitrailers to move everything to Virginia. For nearly six years they lived in a small house close by while Alain, a museum director-turnedbuilder, labored mostly alone on the three-story, 11,000-squarefoot building on North Sycamore Street. Tending to all aspects of the renovation, he started by stripping the building to its shell, discovering layer upon layer of materials added during its 150-year existence. Eventually, he uncovered enough heart pine flooring for the second- and third-floor living spaces, as well as a portion of the

“The city of Petersburg, the patchwork of old buildings . . . the topography of the city is inspiring to me.” —Aimee Joyaux ABOVE RIGHT: Wall Street skyscraper sculptures by Aimee Joyaux BOTTOM RIGHT: Alain Joyaux removed the old plaster from the warehouse wall and decided to leave the brick with its unusual markings exposed. A Dada poster, and a painting and sculpture from Aimee’s “Birds of North America” series are along the wall.




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ABOVE: Aimee Joyaux’s studio is full of found objects and materials. TOP LEFT: Alain in his kitchen. BOTTOM LEFT: Trim and other woodwork removed from the loft are sorted in Alain’s shop.

cast-iron storefront trim at the exterior street entrance. Ever the student of history, Alain used such original architectural elements to inform subsequent construction decisions. In architectural rehabs, unexpected conditions often end up shaping the character of a new space. When Alain removed crumbling plaster from existing walls, he found whitewashed brick that had been deliberately chipped with chisels so that plaster would adhere to it. Rather than hide the chips with drywall, the pair opted to live with the textured surface. Now the wall works as another layer of art in this art-filled home. Alain based other design decisions on necessity. Concerned that spilled liquids in Aimee’s studio could reach electrical wiring, he covered the entire studio floor with rubbery battleship insulation. The material not only resists moisture but also looks like stone planking and is soft underfoot. Despite the many conditions that challenge visual harmony in this space — the size of the building, the assortment of materials, the con-

trasts between old and new — a unifying honesty and depth of thoughtfulness floods every corner. Alain’s attention to craftsmanship, from the massive wall of bookshelves in their living area to his custom cabinetry throughout the building, speaks to an elevated level of care and intention. Plentiful space is an added bonus for two people who like collecting. Alain, who has already amassed an impressive art and book collection, is acquiring large power tools, while Aimee, whose silver-print collection lines walls throughout the house, is in the process of adding printing presses to her bevy of specialized equipment. With a darkroom and various print- and book-making tools and machines, Aimee’s studio is an artist’s fantasy. In fact, the setup (which is larger than some houses) rivals those of many college art departments. Aimee says that the size of her studio offers advantages. “The scale of my painting has been affected by the space — I can have four big paintings going at one time.” As for inspiration, Aimee need not travel far to find it. Alain’s art collection, which includes prints by Goya, Matisse and Berthe Morisot, fuels her creativity. Aimee adds, “I walk my dog a lot and we go through all the alleys and backstreets. The city of Petersburg, the patchwork of old buildings, remnants of buildings that have been torn down, roof pitches, the topography of the city, is inspiring to me.” Stories are still to come; they want to see an antiques store in their street-level space (they have already imported enough French furniture to start a business), and Alain is planning a summer kitchen and an outdoor courtyard where he will plant a tree and use a salvaged tree grate to protect it. “I love narratives,” says Aimee. “Life is full of stories.” 

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Two oil-on-canvas paintings from Aimee’s “Burning Bridge” series hang above the bed in the third-floor guest room.




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The Kjerulfs’ art collection tells

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PAGE 40: The back wall of the Kjerulfs’ Fan house was removed to allow in more light. The steel beam was continued outside and atop it sits a sculpture by John Torres. PAGE 41: Frustration by B. Millner THIS PAGE: The kitchen takes advantage of the long, narrow space provided by most Fan houses with custom cabinetry by Marc Cohen of Trademark Woodworking.

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wolf in sheep’s clothing” is the way 3north founder Sandy Bond describes the steel awning cantilevered outside of Heyn and Sandy Kjerulf’s 1894 home. It’s the only hint of the art-filled contemporary interior. Local art comprises about 70 percent of the collection. From Gerald Donato to Eleanor Rufty, it’s an impressive gathering of Richmond’s best artists and complements a collection of work by international stars of contemporary art including Jim Dine, Claes Oldenburg and Alexander Calder. Sandy Kjerulf recalls their first acquisition — a Calder print —as a couple. It took them 10 years before they could agree on a piece they both liked. “We both loved the image, color, everything about it, including that it wasn’t that expensive,” she says. All artists are on an equal footing, and it’s a testament to the Kjerulfs’ eye that Virginia Commonwealth University MFA student pieces hang gracefully next to internationally known work. Both Heyn and Sandy have spent countless hours dedicated to the arts as well as human services, serving on boards and acting as advisors to the City of Richmond’s Public Art Commission, the Richmond Symphony, ChildSavers and 1708 Gallery (just to name a few). In the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, the couple went to Louisiana to help the Center for Contemporary Arts in New Orleans get back on its feet. When the Kjerulfs first looked at the threestory Fan property in 2000, it had been vacant for 20 years, boarded up, waterlogged, and came complete with sagging sills and squatter tenants. Before they bought the property, they called on architect Sandy Bond. He was familiar with the house from his daily commute and was impressed with its bones. Upon investigation, the three soon realized that it was going to be a complete gut job; the first step would be to take

ABOVE LEFT: Wall space — even under the stairs — is used to its fullest to display the couple’s collection of contemporary art. ABOVE RIGHT: The steel cantilevered awning outside continues into the entryway. The painted chest by Coloratura (artists Rob Womack and Catherine Roseberry) echoes the Giorgio de Chirico print that hangs above it. BELOW RIGHT: Sandy Kjerulf at the top of the three-story staircase that runs along one wall of her house. The stairs were built on a bias to visually expand the space.

The staircase allows for the entire western wall of the house to function as a blank canvas upon which art can be hung.




the structure down to its brick walls. Chip Spitzer of C.E. Spitzer Inc. came onto the project as the builder, and it was the partnership and collaboration — as well as creative tensions — between Spitzer, Bond, architect Jay Hugo, also from 3north, and the Kjerulfs that resulted in an innovative restoration. “The process was organic, and when issues arose in construction, the team collaborated on how best to work through [them],” says Heyn. From the demolition in the summer of 2000 to an autumn of planning, actual construction


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spanned most of 2001. The Kjerulfs moved in that December. Art played a major role in determining the design of the interior. The Kjerulfs had a substantial collection that they had accumulated over 20 years, and they wanted to ensure that it would be the centerpiece of their new home. One of the bigger challenges was reconciling the Kjerulfs’ desire for an open floor plan while still retaining the wall space to display their collection. Many of the design decisions were made

with light in mind. The entire back brick wall of the house was replaced by steel and glass, which allows daylight to permeate the kitchen and basement. What was originally an old coal cellar was deepened to create a comfortable den and media room. Behind the house, the back patio was lowered significantly to allow for even more natural light in the basement. Together, Heyn and Sandy Kjerulf have made a major impact on the Richmond art landscape over the past several decades as collectors, patrons, and consultants. Their home

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Many of the design decisions were made with light in mind.

LEFT: The patio was lowered to allow more light into the basement den and media room. ABOVE: Sandy and Heyn Kjerulf BELOW LEFT: A third-floor guest room is outfitted in bright colors and regional art in the style of the 1970s apartment in San Paulo, Brazil, where the couple lived for two years. BELOW RIGHT: This print by Alexander Calder was the first piece of artwork the couple bought together.

is a testament to their love for the arts as both a gallery for the collection that it houses and the thoughtful way in which it melds past and present in its innovative contemporary renovation. “Each piece of art that we have collected has a special meaning for us,” says Sandy, “and tells a story of our lives together, and of the artists that we’ve gotten to know in the community and beyond.”  John Haddad is past president of the board of 1708 Gallery and served alongside Sandy Kjerulf, who is a board member emeritus.




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INSIDE THE HOUSE, INSIDE THE SELF A r t i s t P a m A n d e r s o n ’s

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PAGE 46: A ceramic bottle form by Anderson and a blue bamboo thrift store vase is filled with beach branches from Jekyll Island, Ga. THIS PAGE: Anderson’s pencil drawing, The Bluest Eye, is displayed above the couch in the living room.


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he enormous, framed pencil drawing of breasts above the couch in Pam Anderson’s living room creates an intriguing contrast to the tidy white-picket fence, flower flag and potted plants outside her pale-yellow 1920s Craftsman bungalow. “It’s a pretty scary piece to have in your living room,” Anderson says of her 1995 drawing, The Bluest Eye, which she describes as kind of surreal, kind of vaginal, kind of like a flounder. Then again, every object in this home tells its own story, drawing in the eye, requiring closer examination. Born in Richmond but raised in Charlottesville, Anderson received an art degree from the College of William and Mary and a master’s degree in painting from Washington University in St. Louis. When searching for a house in Forest Hill, she saw a garage filled with easels (now her studio). That cinched the deal. A well-known arts figure in Richmond — the upper-school art teacher at Collegiate, an emeritus member of 1708 Gallery and a board member of the Visual Arts Center — Anderson was the 2004 recipient of a Virginia Museum of Fine Arts fellowship and the 2009 winner (in the Fine Art category) of a Theresa Pollak Prize for Excellence in the Arts from Richmond magazine. She has shown her work in various galleries around the city and has been represented by New York gallery Kathryn Markel Fine Arts since 2005. Beyond glossy résumé and a large public persona, her home and art reveal the more deeply personal details of her life. “My work is really autobiographical,” says Anderson, a breast-cancer survivor. “I’ve always been ruminating on loss — issues of aging, sexuality.” Over the years, the themes of self in her art have primarily changed through medium. She’s worked in ceramics, prints and oil, and her current work is collage-based. “You’d be surprised what I can adhere to pa-

“Everything in my house is there for a reason. I like each room, in a way, to have a specific feeling.” —Pam Anderson

ABOVE: Beyond the archway, a screen by Chris Chase flanks the back wall of the dining room. BELOW LEFT: In the hallway hangs Doris after the Landslide, a sculpture by Langdon Graves. BELOW RIGHT: The dining room table is set with gifts from her parents — vintage napkins, a ceramic plate and an outdoor candelabrum. Anderson’s handmade ceramic seeds accentuate the centerpiece.




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“My house is very sentimental in that I have ‘holdings’ from a lot of different people in my life.” —Pam Anderson ABOVE LEFT: Across her worktable, you can see Anderson’s studio behind the house. ABOVE CENTER: This detail from an early oilon-canvas painting by Heide Trepanier became a part of Anderson’s bartered collection. ABOVE RIGHT: A self-portrait by D. Scott Gregory is propped against the wall in the kitchen beneath Anderson’s own flower monoprints.


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per,” she says. “From pencil to sewing to paint, to pieces of wood. I use throwaway items — it takes them out of the trash and elevates them. I’m trying to make things stay.” Portrait of My Desire, a companion piece to The Bluest Eye, hangs in her dining room. Selfportraits flank the desk in her office, offset by a collage featuring the poetry of a friend who died while in Italy. Anderson’s bedroom, painted white and pale blue to create the sensation of floating in the sky, holds her most sacred objects, including her art books and the ashes of her father, a boyfriend and her cat. With furnishings mostly inherited or scavenged, Anderson has done all of the interior design and decoration herself. “My artistic sensibility informs my decorating in its emphasis on editing and placement. Everything in my house is there for a reason. I like each room, in a way, to have a specific feeling, or perhaps embody even a person.” As she lives alone, Anderson’s placement of each object is both intimate and intentional. She is pleased with the throw pillows from Target and delighted by the lambskin

rug she found at Costco. But the most important things in her home were made by hand. Each room is lined with books and art — her own as well as that of her students and other renowned artists like Greg Carbo, Theresa Pollak, Chris Chase, Langdon Graves, Heide Trepanier and Kathryn Henry-Choisser. “My house is very sentimental in that I have ‘holdings’ from a lot of different people in my life,” she says. Anderson’s studio — where she spends much of her weekends and summers — houses various art materials, scraps for collage, bits of nature, a rubber model of the human brain, a huge print of a poem by Elizabeth Bishop, various works in progress, a stone fireplace and an old crib filled with thousands of ceramic casts of her fingers. “It’s a crib or a coffin,” she says. “It shows that place between life and death.” While many of the big questions she asks in her art are still unanswered, her search is well-documented. “It’s not a cold house,” she says. “People come in and say, ‘this is like being in a little heart.’ ” 

The bedroom, decorated to feel like the sky, displays one of Anderson’s ceramic pit-fired vessels and her charcoal-andshellac bowl drawing.


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CA RY TOWN Anthill Antiques Etc. Vintage and estate jewelry, Kay Adams necklaces, chandeliers, and replacement crystal. 3439 W. Cary St., 254-2000. Glass Boat Antiques and Interiors European and American antiques and home furnishings. 3226 W. Cary St., 358-5596 or Janet Brown Interiors Antiques, furniture, new and antique china, carpet, home accessories, and linens. 3140-B W. Cary St., 358-9548 or janet Mariah Robinson Antiques and Fine Art Everything from silver service sets to Chippendale chairs. 3455 W. Cary St., 355-1996 or mariahrobinson Sheppard Street Antiques Antique furnishings, silver, garden décor and furniture. 103 S. Sheppard St., 355-7454 or Thomas Hines English, French and Italian 18th- and 19th-century antiques. 3027 W. Cary St., 355-2782. CENTR AL / DOWNTOWN A RE A Bachrach’s Jewelers Estate jewelry, sterling silver, antiques and objets d’art. 111 E. Broad St., 648-7830. Bradley’s Antiques Eighteenth- and 19th-century furniture, paintings and objets d’art. 101 E. Main St., 644-7305. Three Swallows Asian antiques and collectibles. 1839 W. Broad St., 622-7760. FA N Adams’ Antiques Specializing in SouthernAmerican 18th- and 19th-century furnishings. 1423 W. Main St., 355-0254. Black Swan Books Used, rare, out-of-print and antiquarian books. 2601 W. Main St., 353-9476 or Metro Modern Midcentury furniture, home furnishings, ceramics, lighting and glass. 1919 W. Cary St., 402-1919 or R.E. Crawford Antiques Eighteenth- and 19thcentury American and English furniture and fine art. 2805 Park Ave., 282-6230. LAKESIDE / NORTH SIDE Apropos Antiques and Interiors French and English antiques, jewelry. Warehouse by appointment only. 3021 W. Clay St., 340-4740; booth at Willow Place Antiques, 5446 W. Broad St., 288-6301. Bellevue Antiques Antique furniture, glassware, pottery, specializing in vintage, toys, advertising items, holiday collectibles. 4034 MacArthur Ave., 262-7002. Ex Libris Antiquarian books. 6921 Lakeside Ave., 262-9217 or exlibrisrichmond. Federated Warehouse Antiques, furniture, lighting and décor. 355-0384 or Feathernesters Antique furniture, home-décor reproductions and a tearoom. 6118 Lakeside Ave., 262-7305 or

Keep Good Company Home accessories, gifts and some antiques. 5522-A Lakeside Ave., 262-5557. Paul’s Place Architectural Antiques & Lighting Antique lighting, furniture and architectural reclamation/salvage, as well as a full restoration studio. 1009 Overbrook Road, 228-9999 or pauls The Robin’s Nest Nineteenth- and early 20thcentury antique furniture, collectibles, and costume jewelry. 6925 Lakeside Ave., 553-1061.


103 S. Sheppard St., 355-7454 or L I B B I E A N D G R OV E A R E A Chadwick Antiques Antiques, decorative accessories and linens. 5805 Grove Ave., 285-3355. Elephant’s Toe Antiques Early American, French and English antiques, including china and chandeliers. 5808 Grove Ave., 282-5550. Hampton House English fine furniture, porcelain, china, silver and brass. 5720 Grove Ave., 285-3479. Kim Faison Antiques Continental 17th- and 18thcentury furniture. 5605 Grove Ave., 282-3736 or Stanley Antiques & Fine Art An eclectic collection ranging from 18th century to midcentury modern with both fine art and furnishings. 5612 Grove Ave., 288-2011 or M E C H A N I C S V I L L E / H A N OV E R / A S H L A N D Antique Village Pottery, Civil War artifacts and glassware. 10203 Chamberlayne Road, 746-8914. Antiques of Tomorrow Furniture, collectibles and dolls. 12067 S. Washington Highway, 752-4871. Billy’s Collectibles and Dolls and Billy’s Little Dodge City A complex of shops selling antiques. 12083 S. Washington Highway, 798-9414. Black Creek Country Store & Café Antique and reproduction furniture, floral arrangements, home accessories, and a café. 4348 Fox Hunter Lane, 781-1786. Class & Trash Furniture, antiques, vintage garden pieces, architectural items and shabby chic. 11088 Washington Highway, 798-0567. Cold Harbor Antique Mall Seventy dealers. 8147

Mechanicsville Turnpike, 427-7555. Dixie Trading Co. Antique and collectibles pawnshop. 5014-A Williamsburg Road, 222-7040. Doswell Folk Bank Antique Americana and antique folk art. 10561 Doswell Road, 876-3655. Hickorycreek Antiques Antique and collectibles mall offering period and primitive furniture, home and garden décor, antique rugs and carpets, and beyond. 427 England St., 798-0202 or hickory Junk in the Trunk Antiques and collectibles, estate pieces, jewelry. 223 N. Washington Highway, 7985283 or The Lamp Post Antiques Wares from the 19th century and later. 15365 Bourne Road, 883-7025. McLawhorn’s Red Barn Antiques Antiques, linens, collectibles and repair services. 8510 Atlee Road, 559-4120. McMichael Auctions and Sales Hard-to-find items such as carousel horses and movie props. 9552 Chamberlayne Road, 261-6650. Mechanicsville Flea Depot A flea market and a few antique shops. 7508 Mechanicsville Turnpike, 559-9100. Squashapenny Junction Unusual antiques, folk art, advertising, scientific, medical, primitives and early 1900s general-store items. 10570 Doswell Road, 876-3083. Through the Garden Gate A shop with cottage furniture and accessories, plus an antiques mall with about 60 vendors. 10351 Chamberlayne Road, 746-5778. Two Frogs on a Bike Specializing in rough-hewn primitives and ’40s and ’50s kitchenware. 13262 Hanover Courthouse Road, 537-5213. The Village Shoppes Antiques, vintage home furnishings and collectibles. 8007-A Mechanicsville Turnpike, 746-7337.

WEST END Apropos Antiques and Interiors French and English antiques, jewelry. Warehouse by appointment only. Booth at Willow Place Antiques, 5446 W. Broad St., 288-6301; 3021 W. Clay St., 340-4740. Heritage Antiques and Collectibles Mall More than 100 dealers. 7521 Staples Mill Road, 262-0284. Motley’s Auction and Realty Group Estate, antique and fine-art auctions, plus regular business hours. 4402 W. Broad St., 355-2100 or West End Antiques Mall More than 250 dealers in 53,000 square feet. Period and reproduction furniture, decorative accessories. 2004 Staples Mill Road, 359-1600 or 359-8842. Willow Place Antiques Gallery Nineteenth- and 20th-century antiques. 5446 W. Broad St., 288-6301.

MIDLOTHIAN / BR ANDER MILL 60 West Antique Mall More than 60 dealers. 8004 Midlothian Turnpike, 560-5557. Alexander’s Antiques and Auctions Items sell for a fraction of their retail prices at the weekly Thursday-night auctions. 9131 Midlothian Turnpike, 674-4206 or French Garden Fine Furniture and Interiors Antique and new French- and English-style décor and lighting. 1253 Sycamore Square, 379-1124. Gameboard Antiques Specializes in country primitives and period furniture. 16300 Midlothian Turnpike, 794-9200. Gates Antiques Ltd. Seventeenth-, 18th- and 19thcentury American and English antiques. 12700 Old Buckingham Road, 794-8472. Hart’s Place Antiques, collectibles and unique furnishings. 20300 Hull Street Road, Moseley, 639-6216. Home on the James Antiques and collectibles. 1266 Alverser Plaza, 897-7474. The Marketplace Antiques, gifts and home accessories. More than 70 vendors. 10901 Hull Street Road, 422-6346. Midlothian Antiques Center More than 100 dealers. 13591 Midlothian Turnpike, 897-4913. Savenkov Gallery Biedermeier and neo-classical antiques. 628 Scotter Hills Court, (617) 283-5050 or

FA R T H E R W E S T — P O W H ATA N / A M E L I A Classic Touches Antiques mall with 15 vendors selling cupboards, beds, dressers, kitchen tables and more. 12710 Patrick Henry Highway, Amelia Courthouse, 561-1932. Fine Creek Antiques & Collectible LLC Antiques and collectibles. 1800 Huguenot Trail, 378-0105. Just Friends Antiques General collection of antiques. 2403 Mitchell Road, 598-7869. Powhatan Antiques Dealers selling antiques and collectibles. 2895 Lower Hill Road, 598-6528. Tye’s Antiques Victorian, Empire, primitive and country antiques and collectibles. 4050 Anderson Highway, 598-1220 or

RIVER DISTRICT Antique Boutique and Delectable Collectibles Estate jewelry, silver, china, baby gifts, stained glass, Victoriana, art nouveau and deco, picture frames, and nutcrackers. 1310 E. Cary St., 775-2525. Maurice Beane Art and Design Modern and 20thcentury antiques. By appointment only. 2114 E. Main St., 644-4746. SOUTH SIDE Forest Hill Antiques More than 40 dealers. 2833 Hathaway Road, Stratford Hills Shopping Center, 320-7344. Wild Orchid Antiques Vintage chandeliers, lighting, mirrors, and an eclectic mix of antique and vintage furniture. 2624 Buford Road, 267-1788.

TRI-CITIES At the Globe Antiques mini-mall with dolls made and repaired on-site. 201 N. Sycamore St., Petersburg, 862-3097. Kimberly Ann’s Home furnishings, lighting, antiques, art, designer clothing, accessories and jewelry. 246 N. Sycamore St., Petersburg, 733-2828. The Oak Antique Mall More than 40 vendors with antiques and collectibles. 400 N. Sycamore St., Petersburg, 861-6111. Penniston’s Alley Antiques and Collectibles Inventory includes porcelain figures, china or furniture. 102 W. Old St., Petersburg, 722-0135. Rivers’ Edge Interiors Distinctive home décor, fine art, antiques. 12 W. Bank St., Petersburg, 722-0505. The Trading Post Antiques, old furniture, books and other items. 310, 312, 314 N. Sycamore St., Petersburg, 733-4772. Woody’s Antiques Antiques and collectibles. 3 W. Old St., Petersburg, 861-9642.

with furniture, art, curtains and home accents. 419 N. Ridge Road, 288-7300. Renmark Consignment Shop Traditional, contemporary and eclectic home furnishings. 222-9002 or Serendipity Art and Consign Antique and contemporary home furnishings and work by local artists. 2717 Buford Road, 592-5740. Susan’s Selections Vintage and contemporary furniture, household items, jewelry. 8008 Staples Mill Road, 232-6480 or Whispers of Time Consignment, home décor and accessories. 5512 Lakeside Ave., 553-9602.

Thrift Shops

A-House Furniture New and used furniture, bedding, antiques. 216 Jefferson Davis Highway, 651-3809. Bellwood Flea Market Largest outdoor flea market, since 1970. 9201 Jefferson Davis Highway, 2751187 or (800) 793-0707. Boaz and Ruth Inc. Furniture and accessories, with proceeds used to train the formerly incarcerated and to improve the Highland Park neighborhood. 3030 Meadowbridge Road, 329-4900 or boazand Diversity Thrift Five rooms of home and office furniture, kitchen and home accessories. Will pick up donations. 1407 Sherwood Ave., 353-8890 or Exile Vintage housewares and clothing. 935 W. Grace St., 358-3348. Fan-tastic Thrift Bargains galore at this Fan institution benefitting Vietnam Vets of America. 1914 W. Main St., 358-7164. Love of Jesus Thrift Store Furniture, housewares, clothes, toys, shoes. 5503 Midlothian Turnpike, 230-4144. McAdoos’ Vintage Thrift and Collectibles Wide variety of vintage goods. 6921 Lakeside Ave., 262-9021.

WILLIA MSBURG Williamsburg Antique Mall With more than 400 dealers, many from out of state, occupying 45,000 square feet. 500 Lightfoot Road, Williamsburg, (757) 565-3422 or

Consignment Shops

The Attic Jewelry, antiques, collectibles and furniture consignments. 1348 Gaskins Road, 740-9040 or Attic Treasures Consignment shop with collectibles and antique and contemporary furniture. 13453 Midlothian Turnpike, 794-4456. Boulevard Home Sales of home furnishings benefit the Faison Centers for Autism. 1320 N. Boulevard, 612-4663. Consignment Connection Glassware, home décor and furniture. 5517 Lakeside Ave., 261-3600. Distinctive Consignments Ltd. Museum-quality furniture. 3422 W. Cary St., 359-3778. Eclectique Consignments Furniture and accessories. 10379 Chamberlayne Road, Mechanicsville, 746-4663. Goodstuff Consignments Glassware, antiques, furniture and books. 2724 Tinsley Drive, 560-4015 or Impulse Upscale home-décor consignment store



Alexander’s Antiques Items sell for a fraction of their retail prices at weekly Thursday-night auctions. 9131 Midlothian Turnpike, 674-4206 or alexanders Dixon Auctions Inc. Antique furniture, jewelry and more. 2426 New Dorset Circle, Powhatan, 272-1557. Luper Real-estate and antique auctions. 2530 Gayton Centre Drive, 359-2493 or Motley’s Auction and Realty Group Estate, antique and fine-art auctions, plus regular business hours. 4402 W. Broad St., 355-2100 or Tilman’s Auctions Specializes in American antique furniture, collectibles, advertising, pottery and country-store items. 4500 Old Buckingham Road, 598-7256 or




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Architectural Salvage

Caravati’s Approximately 500,000 architectural salvage items, including light fixtures, pedestal sinks, antique doors, doorknobs, finials, stainedglass windows, claw-foot tubs, church pulpits, radiators, porch columns, wrought iron, cobblestone and old brick. 104 E. Second St., 232-4175 or Class & Trash Architectural salvage, thrift, shabbychic items, collectibles and antiques ranging from $1 bargains to fine pieces. 11088 Washington Highway, Glen Allen, 798-0567. E.T. Moore Manufacturing Reclaimed antique heart pine, cypress, fir and spruce. Flooring, beams and moldings. 3100 N. Hopkins Road, Suite 101, 2311823 or Governor’s Antiques & Architectural Materials Five acres of antiques, collectibles and architectural materials salvaged from older buildings. Restoration services are also available. 8000 Antique Lane, Mechanicsville, 746-1030 or Habitat ReStore New, gently used and salvaged building and home-improvement supplies at reduced prices. Profits are used to build houses through Richmond Habitat for Humanity. 1901 Roane St., 228-1305. HomeSTORE New, gently used and salvaged building materials. Appliances, cabinets, furniture, and custom kitchen cabinets and vanities. Supports Hanover Habitat for Humanity. 8177 Mechanicsville Turnpike, 569-6226. Landmark Reclamation Company 1400 Semmes Ave., 232-3431. Meredith Antiques and Thrift Store Furniture and glassware, as well as architectural salvage. Hours are by appointment or by chance. Plum Tree Corner at 1041 Broad Street Road, Manakin-Sabot, 784-4332. Paul’s Place Architectural Antiques & Lighting Antique lighting, furniture and architectural reclamation/salvage, as well as a full restoration studio. 1009 Overbrook Road, 228-9999 or Restore RVA Antique, recycled and reclaimed flooring products. 1211 E. Cary St., 648-0202 or S.B. Cox Inc. Salvaged architectural materials. 5200 Hatcher St., 222-2232.

E.T. MOORE MANUFACTURING 3100 N. Hopkins Road, Suite 101, 231-1823 or Vasil and Ramzi Hossaini Specializes in antique floors. Original material for restoration, both structural and decorative. Also porch columns, ironwork, wavy glass and claw-foot tubs. By appointment only. 502-9992.



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Bath/ Bath Fixtures

A & J Resurfacing Specializes in refinishing bathtubs and tile. 254-1999 or Bath & Shower Solutions Technicians install new tubs and wall systems over your old existing bathtub and walls without disturbing plumbing, floors or walls. Free in-home estimates. 465 Southlake Blvd., 379-5200 or Brazilian Best Granite Inc. 6401 Dickens Place, Suite F, 282-4707 or

and lighting. 6414 Horsepen Road, 282-5630. Reico Kitchen & Bath Six-thousand-square-foot showroom with more than 100 displays. 2132 Tomlyn St., 262-8389 or Renovation Resources Sinks, faucets, vanities, tile and more. 18 W. Broad St., 644-3070 or Richmond Plumbing Specialties Inc. Hard-tofind plumbing parts, plus over 6,000 discontinued tank lids. 1625 N. Hamilton St., 358-8815 or R.J. Tilley Plumbing & Heating Inc. Service repairs, bath and kitchen remodeling. 11058 Washington Highway, Suite 1, Glen Allen, 355-7110. The Somerville Showroom Specializes in fixtures for bath and kitchen. 3703 Price Club Blvd., Midlothian, 745-6400.

Beds, Bedding & Linens

ORO INTERIOR CONCEPTS 6414 Horsepen Road, 282-5630

Builder’s Choice Marble & Granite Countertops in any room, hearths, fireplace surrounds and much more. 3911 Bellson Park Drive, 744-0770, Concrete Ideas Custom kitchen and bath countertops made of GreenStone, a concrete composed of post-industrial and post-consumer materials, and OpticStone, concrete embedded with fiberoptic lighting. 10387 Dow-Gil Road, Ashland, 798-6606 or JHI Ceramic Tile Specialist Backsplashes, recycled glass countertops, flooring and more. 745-2400 or Complete Interior Package Shelving, mirrors, shower doors, shower enclosures, locks, hardware, everything for the bathroom. 10901 Trade Road, 378-1801. Ferguson Bath, Kitchen and Lighting Gallery Kitchen and bathroom cabinetry, faucets, sinks, lighting and more. Main showroom, 2703 Ackley Ave., 264-6400; Home Selections Showroom, 6601 Lake Harbour Drive, Midlothian, 763-1360. Interior 2000 Gas fireplaces, surrounds, custom mirrors, shower doors, bath accessories, door locks and hardware, closet organizers, plantation shutters, and blinds. 2186 Plainview Center, Powhatan, 598-0340 or JDS Bath Systems Inc. Complete bath renovations using acrylic tub liners and wall systems. 796-5820 or Luxury Bath of Richmond Tub-to-shower conversions and installation of custom acrylic tubs. 2248 Dabney Road, 278-9399. Noland Company Bath and idea center. 2101 Staples Mill Road, 254-8100 or ORO Interior Concepts Home-fixtures and furnishings store, with kitchen and bathroom cabinetry, faucets, sinks, wallpaper, fabric, furniture

Bed, Bath & Beyond Home furnishings for the bedroom, kitchen and bathroom, ranging from slipcovers to children’s toys. 10050 W. Broad St., 935-0600; 9900 Brook Road, 515-8100; 11609 Midlothian Turnpike, 897-7360. Bedcrafters Specializes in Custom Comfort Winndom Collection, including antique and odd sizes. 8032 W. Broad St., 270-4395. Bed Corner Offers Tempur-Pedic Swedish-foam mattresses; King Koil, Simmons, Beautyrest and Park Place mattresses; adjustable beds; and Comfortair air beds. 7374 Bellcreek Road, Mechanicsville, 569-1701. Blythe High-end bed and crib linens, with styles changing seasonally. 11713 W. Broad St., 364-1717. Environs Specialty bedding like Memory Foam; more than 85 styles of futons; a selection of cribs, children’s beds, chests and nightstands; more than 40 styles of bunk beds; and decorative pillows. Stony Point Fashion Park, 320-4664. Fraîche A fresh take on tradition with a classy kick. Offering furniture, lamps, fine linen, interesting tabletop treasures, antiques and novel gifts. 304 Libbie Ave., 282-4282 or House of Bedding One of the largest futon selections in town. Mattresses and box springs, oddsized custom-made bedding, electric adjustable beds. 1010 Lafayette St., 359-3581 or thehouseof Janet Brown Interiors Antiques, furniture, new and antique china, carpet, home accessories, and linens. 3140-B W. Cary St., 358-9548 or janet Jermie’s White sheets, pillow shams and blanket covers, and needlepoint. Most products are linen or cotton. Baby pillows and cases, too. 5701 Grove Ave., 282-8021. Living Handmade items — from gifts to custom furniture, housewares, monogrammed linens and original artwork — mostly by Virginia artisans. 5714 Grove Ave., 285-5600 or Mattress Discounters Brands like Stearns & Foster, Sealy Posturepedic, and Simmons Beautyrest. 4914 W. Broad St., 353-3817; 1519 N. Parham Road, 282-2981; 4420 S. Laburnum Ave., 3350003; 11740 W. Broad St., Suite 105, 360-7841; 9978 Brook Road 515-8942; 11611 Midlothian Turnpike, Midlothian, 897-9081; 12251 Chattanooga Plaza, Midlothian, 744-5559 or mattress The Mattress Place Mattresses, bedding and bed frames; brands like Spring Air, Tempurpedic, Serta, Simmons, King Koil and Symbol. 1354 Gaskins Road, 740-1110 or Roomers Design Shoppe Bedroom and bathroom sets, decorative hardware, window coverings, gifts, and home accessories. Custom services available. 1364 Gaskins Road, 740-0231. Select Comfort Mattresses that allow you to adjust the firmness on each side of the bed, plus other accessories. Short Pump Town Center, 364-9523;

Chesterfield Towne Center, 378-5785; Stony Point Fashion Park, 381-6281. Williams & Sherrill About 4,000 bolts of fabric in stock, plus furniture and accessories. Large selection of trims for windows and pillows. Design center has extensive library of wallpaper and fabric books. 2003 Huguenot Road, 320-1730 or williams Yves Delorme for Palais Royal Fine French linens for the bed, bath and table, plus baby linens, bathroom accessories and more. Stony Point Fashion Park, 320-7521.

Fabrics, Upholstery & Window Treatments

CA RY TOWN / MIDTOWN / L AKESIDE Acacia Ltd. Custom upholstery services, from furniture to window treatments to cushions. Headboards and freestanding screens built to suit. 3310-C Rosedale Ave., 358-7749. Accent Draperys Inc. Professional drapery workroom and interiors. Provides interior design, window fashions, blinds, shutters, upholstery and more. 1515 Chamberlayne Ave., 329-3930 or Layne’s Fabric Supply & Upholstery Co. Owner Leslie F. Layne Jr. and his staff specialize in work on antiques, but they’re ready for any job, with a large selection of fabric samples. Free pickup and delivery. 6923 Lakeside Ave., 262-9638. Marie Antoinette Custom Interiors Custom-made and ready-made draperies, home décor, upholstery, slipcovers, furniture and accessories. 2121-A N. Hamilton St., 358-1177. Shenandoah Shutters Manufactures and sells all-wood custom plantation shutters. Visit the showroom to see a variety of options. 3108 N. Boulevard, 355-9300. U-Fab Discount fabric store with a wide variety of upholstery, drapery and silks, most of which retail for less than $10 a yard. Large selection of remnants at $2.99 yard. Upholstered beds, reupholstery and repair services. 106 S. Robinson St., 612-5973 or Whetstone Upholstery & Interiors Inc. Quality upholstery services (including leather), as well as custom window treatments, slipcovers, and specialty pillows and cushions, plus interior-design services. 1122 N. Boulevard, 355-8505 or DOWNTOWN Silk Trading Company, Hard-to-find fabrics, designer goods for dressmaking, pure linens, silks, laces, wools and thousands of books of designer, cut-to-order fabric. 304 E. Grace St., 643-6466. Wm. T. Savoy Antique Repair 617 N. Second St., 649-2253 or 502-7668. E A S T E N D. Blanton’s Upholstery & Glass Shop Bobby and Carol Blanton specialize in re-upholstering furniture (they’ll also replace any size or kind of foam in a piece of furniture). 1500 N. Washington St., Highland Springs, 737-4058. Custom Coach Works Offering re-upholstery for antique furniture and custom upholstery for classic automobiles, too. 4162 Darbytown Road, 795-5659. Dunkum Upholstery Re-upholstery services, plus furniture replication, repair and refinishing. 8470 New Kent Highway, New Kent, 932-5002. Gotcha Covered Upholstery services for furniture, boats and RVs, plus furniture repair and pillows. Free estimates, pickup and delivery. 2 Ainsworth Lane, 328-6555. M E C H A N I C S V I L L E / H A N OV E R / A S H L A N D Capital Home and Office Upholstery Re-upholster

commercial and residential furniture, replace foam in cushions. Also sells leather and fabrics. 9107 Atlee Road, 559-2040. Custom Upholstery Ltd. Furniture-upholstery services. 421 England St., 798-1430. SOUTH SIDE / CHESTERFIELD / CHESTER / MIDLOTHIAN Blinds to You A wide selection of blinds, plus shades, shutters, custom draperies, cornices and valances. 13119 River’s Bend Blvd., Chester, 2889002; Tri-Cities area, 530-5073. BOS Blinds & Flooring Custom residential and commercial window treatments. Mini and vertical blinds, wood blinds, shutters, pleated shades, and draperies. 4080 Greyhound Court, 744-8585. Cabin Creek Interiors Interior designers on staff offer upholstery, window-treatment and slipcover services. Shutters and blinds also available. 6733 Lake Harbour Drive, 639-2510. Chandler Shade Inc. Custom-made interior window treatments, and most products come with a factory warranty. Customers can visit the showroom or opt for an at-home consultation.10104 Chester Road, 717-5177. Creative Windows Custom blinds, shutters and shades of all types. Blind cleaning and repairs, too. 2527 Chastain Lane, 512-6721. Daniel’s Fine Custom Upholstery Custom interior furniture, slipcovers, headboards, ottomans, patio furniture, car and boat interiors. 3420 Castlebury Drive, 748-8554 or Ducks in a Row Custom window treatments at ready-made prices. Full line of Hunter Douglas products. Tens of thousands of fabrics; custom orders filled in four to six weeks. 13118 Midlothian Turnpike, 897-8482.

U-FAB 106 S. Robinson St., 612-5973 or

Hancock Fabrics Quilting, sewing and decorative supplies. Wide variety of fashion fabrics, home accents and finished bedroom products. 13583 Midlothian Turnpike, 794-7848; 8051 W. Broad St., 270-4903. Jo-Ann Fabric and Craft Fabric and craft superstore with a wide selection of home-décor fabrics in stock. Sewing classes. 125 Perimeter Drive, 3783076; 8032 W. Broad St., 270-0442 or Jordan House Interiors Makes slipcovers, bedspreads and window treatments. 276-4550. Lakeside Upholstery Furniture upholstery, window treatments, foam replacement, custom slipcovers and boat cushions. Pickup and delivery available. 8013 Midlothian Turnpike, 272-8475. Williams & Sherrill About 4,000 bolts of fabric in stock, plus furniture and accessories. Large selection of trims for windows and pillows. Design center has extensive library of wallpaper and fabric books. 2003 Huguenot Road, 320-1730 or williams Wilson Lee Interiors Retail shop with window treatments, furniture and accessories, plus interior-

design and home-staging services. 11400 Huguenot Road, 379-9457 or W E S T E N D / FA R W E S T E N D Calico Corners Approximately 5,600 fabrics, professional measuring and installation, bedding, table coverings, upholstery, slipcovers, novelty pillows, window treatments, trim and hardware, plus furniture. Approval program (take home item to see if it works and return it), free in-home consultant services, too. 8906 W. Broad St., 346-4601. Capitol Awning Company Commercial and residential canvas and aluminum awnings. 5004 W. Clay St., 266-3967. Country Curtains Ready-made curtains, bedding, gifts and furniture along with lamps, mirrors and rugs. River Road Shopping Center, 282-3390. Couture by LK Design Designer apparel fabrics, laces, trims, buttons; custom design and alterations. 414 Libbie Ave., 282-3555. David Barden Interior Design Custom draperies, upholstery, bedding and slipcovers. Also fabrics, accessories, wallpaper, new furniture and complete interior-design services. 4801 Morrison Road, 288-3909. Dolce Designs Full-service decorating and design shop with fabrics, wallpaper, custom window treatments, upholstery, slipcovers, lamps, chandeliers, furniture and home accessories. 11737 W. Broad St., 360-8049. Fashion Design Interior design, window treatments, upholstery, pillows and tablecloths. Alterations and custom tailoring, too. 8003 W. Broad St., 217-9225. Hancock Fabrics Quilting, sewing and decorative supplies. Wide variety of fashion fabrics, home accents and finished bedroom products. 8051 W. Broad St., 270-4903; 13583 Midlothian Turnpike, 794-7848. Jo-Ann Fabric and Craft Fabric and craft superstore with a wide selection of home-décor fabrics in stock. Sewing classes. 8032 W Broad St., 270-0442; 125 Perimeter Drive, 378-3076 or Mann Kidwell Interior Window Treatments Hunter Douglas blinds, custom shutters and draperies, and repair services. 6011 W. Broad St., 288-2819. Oliver Fabrics Fine fabrics at affordable prices, located within Stanley Antiques & Fine Art. 5612 Grove Ave., 288-2011, or Phillip Uzzel Re-upholstery work for all types of commercial and residential furnishings, with a large selection of fabrics. Will work with customer’s own fabric. 7507-A W. Broad St., 755-6194. Printer’s Alley Designer fabrics, rugs and home accessories. 5478 W. Broad St., 285-9591 or Quilting Adventures Fabric, patterns and sewing classes. 1601 Willow Lawn Drive, 262-0005. Roomers Design Shoppe Gift boutique with fun accessories, ready-made window treatments, rugs and bed coverings, plus interior-design services. 1364 Gaskins Road, 740-0231. Sew Unique Designs Custom draperies workroom offering interior accessories from carpets to bedding to cushions, as well as professional design assistance. 10450 Ridgefield Parkway, 740-6331. The Shutter Company Manufacturer of the polywood shutter, also providing wood and composite shutters. Bamboo shades, wood blinds and more. Free in-home consultation. 8501 Staples Mill Road, 266-7182. Specialty Drapery Custom draperies, shades, blinds and shutters. Cleaning, too. 3009 Lincoln Ave, 264-3700 or PETERSBURG Upholstery Workshop Re-upholstery of antiques and other home furniture. 118 W. Bank St., Petersburg, 862-4739. P O W H ATA N Budget Blinds Free in-home consultations. 598-4990. B Y A P P O I N TM E N T Barnett’s Pillows & Cushions Custom cushions and




Where to Find It Guide pillows (for both indoor and outdoor furniture), as well as slipcovers. 232-4300. Blinds and Things Custom window blinds and shades, plantation blinds, honeycomb shades, wood blinds. Hunter Douglas products. Free consultation and installation. 266-0094. Creative Windows Blinds & Shutters Measurement and installation of blinds and shutters of all types, plus cleaning and repair. West End, 3598982; Chesterfield, 379-7794; Mechanicsville, 7468845 or Daydreams Window treatments, pillows and cushions, headboards, cornices, bedroom ensembles, slipcovers, shutters/blinds, flooring, furniture, wallpapers, and borders. In-home design services. 231-1880. Jack De Treville Interior Decoration and Design Custom window treatments and bed coverings. 2523 McRae Road, 323-1018. Dorothy Hurt Upholstery of small furniture pieces and custom sewing. 338-4721. The Louver Shop Hunter Douglas blinds and shades, all-wood and faux-wood custom-made shutters. Free estimates. Call to make an appointment for a representative to come to your home. 674-7402 or Marjon Interiors Custom headboards, ottomans, cornice boards, upholstery and drapery. 232-7900. Nan Riggs Interiors Specializes in contemporary home furnishings with a large selection of fabric, furniture, wallpaper and carpet. 358-6179. Visions for Windows Custom draperies and mini and vertical blinds, shutters, skylight systems, and radiator enclosures; refinishing work for antique blinds and plantation shutters as well as picture hanging and soft treatments. 328-4606 or 741-8085. Window Fashion Design Window coverings, draperies, blinds, shades and shutters. 763-1921.

Floor Coverings, Rugs & Tile A S H L A N D / H A N OV E R / M E C H A N I C S V I L L E Bray’s Flooring and Ceiling Specializes in anything that hits the floor. Sells and installs hardwood, laminate, vinyl and carpet. 307 England St., 798-6986. Hanover Carpet Shop Sells and installs all types of floor materials. Specializes in carpet, vinyl and laminate floorings and carpet binding. 8128 Mechanicsville Turnpike, 730-3500. L & M Carpet One Specializing in sales and installation of carpeting, hardwood, vinyl, ceramic and laminates. 6156 Mechanicsville Turnpike, 730-3016. Taylored Floors Inc. A full-service carpet store, specializing in vinyl, ceramic tile and laminate floorings and hardwood. 302-C England St., 798-5343. DOWNTOWN / CA RY TOWN / MIDTOWN Carey Burke Carpets Chinese needlepoint, woven wool patterns, sisals and other natural materials. Broadloom, kids’ designs, cotton rag rugs. Bamboo flooring, lamps and accessories, too. 3115 W. Cary St., 355-3512. Christian Lorraine Offers hand-washing of Oriental rugs, restoration and repair, antique and new rugs. Decorative pillows, antiques and moth-proofing products, too. 214 E. Franklin St., 344-0081. EcoLogic Environmentally friendly redecorating and remodeling supplies, including hardwood, linoleum, cork, tile and bamboo flooring as well as carpeting. 1606 W. Main St., 254-7336 or eco Lumber Liquidators A wide variety of hardwood flooring — unfinished, prefinished, domestics,



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exotics and engineered — with more than 1.5 million square feet of flooring. 2411 Westwood Ave., 524-9400. Metzger Floors Sells and installs carpet, ceramic tiles, laminates, vinyl and pre-finished flooring. 8261 Hermitage Road, 264-7981 or metzgerfloors. com. Morris Tile Ceramic tile, marble and slate flooring. Technical advice and design services. 2280 Dabney Road, 353-4427. Pirouzan Oriental Rugs Antique and new Oriental rugs in all designs, colors and sizes. 3015 W. Cary St., 353-6808. Renovation Resources Sinks, faucets, vanities, tile and more. 18 W. Broad St., 644-3070. Restore RVA Antique, recycled and reclaimed flooring products. 1211 E. Cary St., 648-0202 or W. Hirsch Oriental Rugs Handmade Oriental rugs and carpets. Over 6,000 rugs in stock. Decorative accessories, too. 3117 W. Cary St., 359-5463. EAST END Allied Floor to Ceiling Sells all types of flooring materials, as well as countertops and bathroom and kitchen cabinets. Specializes in vinyl, ceramic tiles, laminate, carpet and wood flooring. Shops at White Oak Village, 226-8982. Davan Floors Certified Abbey dealer. Carpets, sheet vinyl, wood and laminate flooring, area rugs, and blinds. Known for its ceramic tile. 106 W. Nine Mile Road, 328-0600. Hanover Carpet & Vinyl Shop Carpet, vinyl, laminate, hardwood and area rugs. 8128 Mechanicsville Turnpike, 730-3500. Jim Jeter’s Carpet Outlets Inc. Services include installation of carpet, hardwood floors, vinyl, area rugs, ceramic tiles and laminates. Brand names including Mohawk, Shaw and Beaulieu. 6 W. Nine Mile Road, 328-2277; 1720 Dumbarton Road, 2623867. SOUTH SIDE / CHESTERFIELD / CHESTER / COLONIAL HEIGHTS Associated Carpets & Interiors Selling and installing all types of flooring, from carpeting and ceramic tiles to laminates and prefinished wood floors. 425 Southlake Blvd., 379-0200. Better Floors Sells and installs vinyl flooring, carpeting, hardwood (both pre-finished and on-site sanding), laminate and ceramic tiles, Karistan rugs, and offers sanding and refinishing services. 11300 Polo Place, 378-1405.

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BOS Blinds & Flooring All types of flooring. 4080 Greyhound Court, 744-8585. Carpet Cuts Inc. Retail flooring and installation store. Specializes in vinyl, carpet and laminate floorings. 5013 Forest Hill Ave., 291-9300. Chester Floors Sells and installs floor covering, hardwood, ceramic, carpet and vinyl. 11700 Jefferson Davis Highway, 748-4990.

Decorating Outlet Outlet store for Shades of Light, featuring lighting, lampshades, curtains and rugs at a discount, plus some home furnishings used in catalog shoots. 9912 Midlothian Turnpike, 320-3695. Erwin Franke’s World of Rugs New, old and antique handmade, hand-knotted rugs. Tapestries, too. 9944 Midlothian Turnpike, 323-5540. E.T. Moore Manufacturing Inc. Specializes in antique heart pine, other antique flooring, beams, mantels and moldings. 3100 N. Hopkins Road, Suite 101, 231-1823. Floor Trader Direct outlet for Bigelow Carpet Mill. Offers flooring from vinyl and tile to carpet and laminate. 3617 Hull Street Road, 639-0033; 12642 W. Broad St., 360-8223. Flooring America Ceramic tile, vinyl, laminate, wood, area rugs, broadloom carpets. Designers on staff. 8516 Patterson Ave., 740-7404; 13150 Midlothian Turnpike, 794-7449. Fred M. Floyd Sanding & Finishing Furnishes, installs, sands and finishes hardwood floors; all types of hardwood, including oak, pine and heart pine. 4933 Jessup Road, 275-0049. House of Carpet Inc. Carpet, remnants, bamboo, cork, hardwood, laminate, vinyl, Oriental rugs and runners, and custom-designed rugs. Showroom and warehouse with a large in-stock selection. Professional installation and on-site binding. 10625-B Trade Road, 379-6999 or houseofcarpetrichmond. com. Mosaic Tile Company Professionally trained design consultants can help you select tile, stone, metal and glass products from around the world. Design Center, 10911 Trade Road, 794-2700 or mosaic Old Dominion Floor Co. Inc. All types of floor coverings, including hardwood, carpet, sheet vinyl, laminate, tiles and ceramic tiles. Also custom rugs. 10802 Trade Road, 674-0315. Richmond Decorating Center Installs all types of flooring, from carpeting and vinyl floors to ceramic tile and laminates. Also, wallpaper, Hunter Douglas window treatments, fabrics and customized window treatments. 6305 Hull Street Road, 745-0066; 10834 W. Broad St., 346-1822. Scott Carpet One Floor & Home Installs and sells carpet, laminate, vinyl, ceramic tiles and hardwood. Bigelow, Masland and Lees for Living floor coverings. 13700 Village Mill Drive, 794-9603. Wood Floor Specialists Installs, supplies, sands, refinishes and repairs any and all kinds of wood floors. 379-6550. W E S T E N D / FA R W E S T E N D Amir Rug Exchange Specializes in handmade Persian rugs — oversize, standard and hallway runners. 2004 Staples Mill Road, 358-1711. Best Tile Wide variety of stone and tile; design consultations. 7490 W. Broad St., 672-6316 or Capel Rugs Imported Orientals, hand-knotted, tufted, micro-looped and machine-made rugs. Original manufacturer of handmade braided and flat-woven rugs. 3995 Deep Rock Road, 290-8800 or Capitol Floors & Decorating A 10,000-square-foot showroom with 6,000 carpet samples, vinyl flooring, ceramic tiles, hardwood selections and area rugs. 4200 Brookriver Drive, 360-1600. Carpetland’s Custom Carpet and Tile Laminates, vinyl and carpeting. 6410 Horsepen Road, 2888453. Charles Luck Stone Center Studio with stone of all types for home and garden applications. 343 River Road West, Manakin, 708-5700, (800) 255-5825 or Costen Floors Inc. Carpet brands such as Mohawk and Shaw, natural stone, ceramic tiles, exotic and oak unfinished and pre-finished wood flooring. Floated or nailed flooring, too. Laminates, vinyl, window treatments, blinds and installation services. 9840 Mayland Drive, 527-2929 or costen Floor Trader Direct outlet for Bigelow Carpet Mill.



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Where to Find It Guide Offers flooring from vinyl and tile to carpet and laminate. 3617 Hull Street Road, 639-0033; 12642 W. Broad St., 360-8223. Flooring America Ceramic tile, vinyl, laminate, wood; area rugs, broadloom carpets. Designers on staff. 8516 Patterson Ave., 740-7404; 13150 Midlothian Turnpike, 794-7449. GarageTek Garage-organization systems, large range of accessories and flooring. 354-5353 or James River Tile and Stone Art Tile installation company specializing in counters, kitchen backsplashes, Jacuzzi tubs and tub surrounds, showers, floors, and fireplaces. 1657 W. Broad St., Suite 3A, 285-2495 or Jim Jeter’s Carpet Outlets Inc. Services include installation of carpet, vinyl, area rugs, ceramic tiles and laminates. Brand names including Mohawk, Shaw and Beaulieu. 6 W. Nine Mile Road, 328-2277; 1720 Dumbarton Road, 262-3867. M. Kambourian Sons Inc. Hand-knotted carpets and rugs from Turkey, Iran, China, Pakistan and India. Appraisals of Oriental carpets, too. 10618 Patterson Ave., 741-3784. Prosource of Richmond Wholesale flooring company specializing in anything that goes on the floor, from cork to carpet. 2836 E. Parham Road, 264-9565. Richmond Decorating Center Installs all types of flooring, from carpeting and vinyl floors to ceramic tile and laminates. Also, wallpaper, Hunter Douglas window treatments, fabric and customized window treatments. 10834 W. Broad St., 346-1822; 6305 Hull Street Road, 745-0066. Shades of Light Decorative rugs, lampshades, chandeliers, mirrors and furniture. Indoor, outdoor and landscape lighting in a wide selection of styles. 4924 W. Broad St., 288-6515 or The Tile Shop Tile, natural stone, porcelain and ceramic as well as setting supplies. 9699 W. Broad St., 965-9191. P O W H ATA N Dave’s Carpet Specializes in vinyl, carpet, ceramic tiles and laminate flooring. 3741 Old Buckingham Road, 598-6757. Powhatan Flooring Brands such as Wilsonart. Offers laminate, hardwood and solid-vinyl flooring. Hundreds of rolls in stock. 4160 Old Buckingham Road, 598-0029.


Ben Franklin Crafts & Frames 1601 Willow Lawn Drive, Suite 109, 288-2430; 8524 Patterson Avenue, 740-7306; 3500 Pump Road, 364-2852; 9744 Midlothian Turnpike, 323-8360. Beveled Edge Framing 10811 W. Broad St., Glen Allen, 747-7385 or Commonwealth Framing 14300 Midlothian Turnpike, 794-6001. Corporate & Museum Frame 301 W. Broad St., 643-6858 or Fan Frame and Fine Art Inc. 214 N. Robinson St., 353-4559. Fralin Associates Fine Art Services 1908 E. Main St., 649-4095. Frame Nation 11 S.15th St., 643-7263 or frame Frame of Mind 4818 Grove Ave., 359-0060. Frame Warehouse 5709 W. Broad St., 285-3856. Framework Studio LLC 15 E. Main St., 644-6440. Great Graphics 105 E. Grace St., 649-1576. Jager Gallery & Custom Picture Crossroads Art Center, 2016 Staples Mill Road, 405-8607. Lodan Fine Art & Framing 794-1317 or lodan



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Loving Art & Frame 7523 Staples Mill Road, 2667950. Main Art Framing 1537 W. Main St., 359-3499 or Picture This Custom Framing 2 S. Second St., 780-0340. Suitable for Framing 5800 Grove Ave., 285-0774, West End Gallery 9754 Gayton Road, 740-1569 or


RIVER DISTRICT La Différence Offering the East Coast’s largest selection of modern and contemporary furniture and accessories from a three-story showroom. Delivery, design services and free parking available. 125 S. 14th St., 648-6210 or These Four Walls Eclectic home furnishings made around the world, plus unusual gifts. 1401 E. Cary St., 622-6201 or Vive La Différence Warm exotic and rustic home furnishings from the people who brought you LaDiff (adjacent). Enter at 125 S. 14th St., 648-6210 or CA RY TOWN / MIDTOWN Bankston & Bailey LLC Fine custom furniture. 3105 W. Leigh St., 357-2111 or C.P. Dean Pool tables, trophies and awards. 3001 Cutshaw Ave., 355-6588 or EcoLogic Environmentally friendly remodeling and redecorating supplies, including up-cycled, refurbished and custom-made furniture. 1606 W. Main St., 254-7336 or Glass Boat A wide selection of European and American antiques, home furnishings, bedding, clothing, and jewelry. 3220 W. Cary St., 358-5596 or Harrison Higgins Inc. Restoration of antiques and reproduction and contemporary wood furniture at this 7,000-square-foot factory with a showroom. 1700 Altamont Ave., 355-5501 or harrisonhiggins Leo Burke Furniture Baker, Hickory Chair Company, Henkel-Harris and Milling Road are among the high-end furnishings. The store’s local delivery area stretches west to Roanoke and east to Norfolk. 3108 W. Cary St., 358-5773 or Metro Modern Midcentury furniture, home furnishings, ceramics, lighting and glass. 1919 W. Cary St., 402-1919 or Renew 4 You New, used and custom hand-painted furniture, as well as discount re-upholstery and accessories. 1601 Willow Lawn Drive, Suite 301A, 929-8185 or Ruth & Ollie Sophisticated upholstered and leather furniture with clean lines, lamps and chandeliers — some custom designs, too. Interior-design services available. 3445 W. Cary St., 288-3360 or William Ivey Fine Furniture Ltd. Custom furniture made to order. In business for 30 years, this store specializes in conservation, reproduction and design. 2710 W. Cary St., 358-7545 or E A S T E N D / M E C H A N I C S V I L L E / H A N OV E R Central Furniture Company Inc. Specializes in three-piece living-room groups and four-piece bedroom groups. Accessories such as decorative lamps and area rugs. 3700 Mechanicsville Turnpike, 228-3767 or Henrico Furniture Furniture from more than 100 manufacturers, including La-Z-Boy and Broyhill, plus bedding, upholstery and lighting. 4900 Williamsburg Road, 222-5881; 2017 Huguenot Road, 272-5505 or Home-Makers Furniture Contemporary, traditional and transitional lines at discounted prices. In-store designers. 8235 Mechanicsville Turnpike, 746-7781. Kitchenette & More Casual dinette sets and barstools. 8112 Mechanicsville Turnpike, 746-4039. Laurel Meadow Antiques and Reproductions Period Southern antiques and handmade 18th- and

19th-century reproduction furniture and accessories. Tables, Windsor and Shaker chairs, cupboards, beds, and more (all can be customized). 8348 Lee Davis Road, Mechanicsville, 559-2400 or SOUTH SIDE / CHESTERFIELD / MIDLOTHIAN A-House Furniture New and used furniture, plus bedding and accessories. 216 Jefferson Davis Highway, 23224, 651-3809. Ashley Furniture Homestore Furniture for all rooms of the house — dining and bedroom sets, sofas, china cabinets, lamps, and accessories. 10921 Hull Street Road, 622-6634; 6312 W. Broad St., 377-1400 or Bassett Furniture Direct Furniture styles from classic to contemporary. At-home consultations with designers. 1516 W. Koger Center Blvd., 379-4230; 9850 W. Broad St., 527-5263 or bassettfurniture. com. French Garden Interiors New and vintage furniture and home-décor items. 1253 Sycamore Square Drive, Midlothian, 379-1124 or frenchgarden Haverty’s Fine Furniture Lane and the store’s own Haverty brand. Mattress brands include Sealy, Serta, Stearns & Foster, and Tempur-Pedic. 11501 Midlothian Turnpike, 794-7902; 10070 W. Broad St., 270-7043 or Haynes Furniture Co. Check out Rooms Express, which are complete looks for sale, in addition to regular merchandise from Simmons and Natuzzi. Also sells rugs, Oriental carpets and mattresses. 6550 Hull St. at Chippenham Parkway, 276-1060; 9515 W. Broad St., 747-8000 or haynesfurniture. com. Henrico Furniture Furniture from more than 100 manufacturers, including La-Z-Boy and Broyhill, plus bedding, upholstery and lighting. 2017 Huguenot Road, 272-5505; 4900 Williamsburg Road, 222-5881 or

USA BABY AND KIDS 1201 Mall Drive (next to Chesterfield Towne Center), 379-0987 or Home on the James New and used furniture, antiques, rugs. 1266 Alverser Plaza, Midlothian, 897-7474. Now Furniture & More Featuring furniture, electronics and appliances. 8278 Midlothian Turnpike, 323-1092 or Posh LLC Furniture, artwork, home accessories, lamps, jewelry, gifts and interior-design services. 13823 Village Place Drive, Midlothian, 794-0333. Restoration Hardware Timeless furniture collections, hardware for every room of the house and numerous home-décor items. Stony Point Fashion Park, 272-5613 or Sofa Design Casual, formal and leather furniture with brands like Broyhill, Rowe, Pallister Lane and custom upholstery. 10753 Midlothian Turnpike, 379-5377 or St. John Furniture Names like Vaughan-Bassett,

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Where to Find It Guide Ashley and Lea. 10804 Hull Street Road, Midlothian, 674-5617. Standard Furniture Co. Contemporary to earlyAmerican furniture styles, accessories. Frigidaire and Speed Queen appliances available, too. Finance plans offered. 201 E. Belt Blvd., 233-9648. Stone’s Furniture House A large selection of solid-wood furniture. Comfortable upholstery from more than 20 labels, plus lighting, accessories and interior-design services. 7500 Jefferson Davis Highway, 275-2287. Tektonics Design Group Custom-made furniture and design. 403 Stockton St., #104, 233-5900 or USA Baby and Kids The place for children’s furniture. Large selection of fine-quality nursery and big-kid furniture. 1201 Mall Drive (next to Chesterfield Towne Center), 379-0987 or Williams & Sherrill About 4,000 bolts of fabric in stock, plus furniture and accessories. Large selection of trims for windows and pillows. Design center has extensive library of wallpaper and fabric books. 2003 Huguenot Road, 320-1730 or williams W E S T E N D / FA R W E S T E N D Arhaus Furniture Artisan-crafted, exclusive furniture and accessories for every room of the house. Short Pump Town Center, 364-9022 or Ashley Furniture Homestore Furniture for all rooms of the house — dining and bedroom sets, sofas, china cabinets, lamps, and accessories. 6312 W. Broad St., 377-1400; 10921 Hull Street

Road, 622-6634 or Bassett Furniture Direct Furniture styles from classic to contemporary. At-home consultations with designers. 9850 W. Broad St., 527-5263; 1516 W. Koger Center Blvd., 379-4230 or Crate & Barrel Furniture, home accessories, art, glassware, dishes, lamps, kitchenware and more. Short Pump Town Center, 364-0820 or crateand DirectBuy of Richmond With a membership, you can choose furniture from brand-name manufacturers and their authorized suppliers without store markups. Design, delivery and installation services available. 12830 West Creek Parkway, 320-8227 or Ethan Allen A 24,000-square-foot showroom with furniture for every room of the home, plus an Interior Design Center offering complimentary design services. Just west of Short Pump Town Center at 12000 W. Broad St., 360-1530 or Good Wood Furniture Unfinished and finished, featuring furniture for the bedroom and office and entertainment centers. 9125 W. Broad St., 747-5592 or Haverty’s Fine Furniture Lane and the store’s own Haverty brand. Mattress brands include Sealy, Serta, Stearns & Foster, and Tempur-Pedic. 10070 W. Broad St., 270-7043; 11501 Midlothian Turnpike, 794-7902 or Haynes Furniture Co. Check out Rooms Express, which are complete looks for sale, in addition to regular merchandise from Simmons and Natuzzi. Also sells rugs, Oriental carpets and mattresses. 9515 W. Broad St., 747-8000; 6550 Hull St. at Chippenham Parkway, 276-1060 or The Kellogg Collection Furniture for every room comes from all over the United States and Europe. Traditional English and country-French styles. Pine antiques, upholstery and accessories. 6227 River Road, 285-9143 or

La-Z-Boy Furniture Galleries More than recliners are available at this store. La-Z-Boy also sells furniture for dining rooms, living rooms, family rooms and bedrooms in pine, oak, cherry and whitewash finishes. Free in-home design consultations. 11541 W. Broad St., 360-5272 or Lûxe Home Interiors (formerly Norwalk) Complete home-design services, great values on an unlimited selection of styles and a commitment to making it fun. 10921 W. Broad St., 273-6414 or ORO Interior Concepts Home-fixture and furnishings store — kitchen and bathroom cabinetry, plumbing fixtures, wallpaper, fabric, furniture, and lighting. 6414 Horsepen Road, 282-5630. Owen Suter’s Fine Furniture Sixth-generation family furniture business with traditional designs made in cherry, tiger maple, mahogany and walnut. 4408 W. Broad St., 359-9569 or Pottery Barn Furniture, lamps, bedding and tableware, plus a ton of home accessories. Short Pump Town Center, 364-6990 or Pottery Barn Kids Furniture, bedding, rugs and home accessories designed for children. Short Pump Town Center, 364-6880 or potterybarn Rattle & Roll Clothing, furniture, gifts and accessories for all ages. Specializing in custom bedding from crib to king. 5003 Huguenot Road, River Road II Shopping Center, 282-0141 or RoomStore World Imports unique and colorful pieces from China, India, Mexico and other exotic locales. 9901 W. Broad St., 273-9901 or Sofa Creations Custom-upholstered sofas are usually under $1,000 and arrive within 40 days. Select the frame and fabric. 8717 W. Broad St., 965-9075 or Summer Classics Indoor and outdoor furnishings, antiques and accessories. Outdoor rugs. 7905 W.

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Broad St., 935-3075 or Suter’s Handcrafted Furniture Handcrafted furniture since 1839. Dining, bedroom and occasional pieces. 4200 W. Broad St., 358-8497 or The Bookcase Place of Richmond Inc. Specializes in custom-built bookcases, wall units and entertainment centers. 5910 W. Broad St. 285-8858 or the Thomasville Home Furnishings A wide range of looks at numerous price points. Upholstery services in leather and fabric available. Complimentary design services, too. 3985 Deep Rock Road, 9340212 or Value City Furniture This furniture retailer is also a designer and manufacturer, with a wide range of furniture collections in a number of styles, from arts and crafts to country. 9110 W. Broad St., 935-0699 or VERVE Home Furnishings Always changing, midcentury modern home-dÊcor collection. 5807 Patterson Ave.,; West End Antiques Mall, 2004 Staples Mill Road, 370-3765 or verve Virginia Wayside Furniture A 50,000-square-foot showroom that’s packed with furniture. Manufacturers include Drexel-Heritage and Henkel-Harris. Only store in Richmond to carry furniture by Stickley. 10500 Patterson Ave., 740-3124 or World Market Furniture for every room of the house, home-dÊcor items, gourmet food and more. 11198 W. Broad St., Glen Allen, 364-7000 or WILLIA MSBURG The Shops at Carolina Furniture of Williamsburg Seven shops on 14 acres, from Martha Stewart Signature to Carolina Carpets. 5425 Richmond Road, Williamsburg, (757) 565-3000, (800) 582-8916 or

Williamsburg Wicker & Rattan Shoppe Inc. Fine wicker, aluminum, and sling furniture for your sunroom, covered porch, outside patio or pool area. 7422 Richmond Road, Williamsburg, (757) 565-3620 or O N L I N E O N LY The Home Gallery Carries more than 70 lines of furniture. 249-4444 or

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DOWNTOWN Vogue Flowers & Gifts Tropical plants, annuals, perennials, cut flowers, garden statuary, decorative containers, and floral design. 1114 E. Main St., 780-3700; 1106 N. Parham Road, 740-5999; 1114 N. Boulevard, 353-9600 or EAST END Southern States Cooperative Nursery, vegetable seeds, grass seeds, fertilizers, pet supplies, wildbird food and houses, lawn furniture, statuaries, dogwoods, flowering cherry trees, annuals, perennials, and shrubs. 3119 Williamsburg Road, 226-2758; 1200 Alverser Drive, 379-8111; 8718 W. Broad St., 747-9315 or southernstates. com. Strange’s Garden Center Drought-tolerant plants, trees, perennials, hybrid dogwoods, hardy gardenias, large selection of Japanese maples, Proven Winner annuals, vines and herbs. Also carries garden accessories and furniture, vegetables, houseplants, shrubs, chemicals, fertilizers, and hard-to-find items. 3313 Mechanicsville Turnpike, 321-2200; 12111 W. Broad St., 360-2800 or

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nials, and shrubs. 1200 Alverser Drive, 379-8111; 8718 W. Broad St., 747-9315; 3119 Williamsburg Road, 226-2758 or Wild Birds Unlimited Birdfeeding supplies, bird baths and houses, and birdwatching accessories. 9778 Midlothian Turnpike, 323-0353 or

Nursery Road, Ashland, 798-5472, (800) 856-6773 or James River Nurseries Landscape, installation and design. 13244 Ashland Road, Ashland, 798-2020 or

W E S T E N D / FA R W E S T E N D A Thyme to Plant at Lavender Fields Herb Farm Over 200 varieties of USDA Certified Organic herb plants, gourmet vegetable plants and flowers. Lunch and afternoon tea by reservation. Group tours, luncheons and classes. Unique gift shop of all things lavender, local honey and more. 11300 Winfrey Road, Glen Allen, 262-7167 or lavender Plow & Hearth Patio furniture, garden items, outdoor decorations, organizers for the home and more. 11639 W. Broad St., 360-7722 or plow Southern States Cooperative Nursery, vegetable seeds, grass seed, fertilizer, pet supplies, wildbird feed and houses, lawn furniture, statuaries, dogwoods, flowering cherry trees, annuals, perennials, and shrubs. 8718 W. Broad St., 747-9315; 1200 Alverser Drive, 379-8111; 3119 Williamsburg Road, 226-2758 or Strange’s Garden Center Drought-tolerant plants, trees, perennials, hybrid dogwoods, hardy gardenias, large selection of Japanese maples, Proven Winner annuals, vines and herbs. Also carries garden accessories, vegetables, houseplants, shrubs, chemicals, fertilizers and hard-to-find items. 12111 W. Broad St., 360-2800; 3313 Mechanicsville Turnpike, 321-2200 or Vogue Flowers & Gifts Tropical plants, annuals, perennials, cut flowers, garden statuary, decorative containers, floral design. 1106 N. Parham Road, 740-5999; 1114 N. Boulevard, 353-9600; 1114 E. Main St., 780-3700 or YardBirds Bird feeders, fountains and garden accessories for bird lovers. Nature-oriented gifts. 1360 Gaskins Road, 741-2473.

NORTH SIDE / LAKESIDE The Flower Market & Garden Center Tropical plants, annuals, perennials, cut flowers, garden statuaries, decorative containers and fountains. Cut flowers wholesale. Rents plants for special occasions. 1100 N. Boulevard, 354-9900; 10060 Midlothian Turnpike, 327-9797. Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden Offering an extensive collection of garden accents, containers, books, gifts, toys and jewelry. Purchases support the garden’s educational mission. 1800 Lakeside Ave., 262-9887, ext. 325, or Nicola Flora Flowers and floral arrangements, plants and gifts. 1219 Bellevue Ave., 261-1060 or Vogue Flowers & Gifts Tropical plants, annuals, perennials, cut flowers, garden statuary, decorative containers, and floral design. 1106 N. Parham Road, 740-5999; 1114 N. Boulevard, 353-9600; 1114 E. Main St., 780-3700 or SOUTH SIDE / CHESTERFIELD / COLONIAL HEIGHTS / MIDLOTHIAN BirdWatchers Inc. Birdhouses, feeders, gifts, seed and suet. 4636 Commonwealth Centre Parkway, Midlothian, 763-3890 or Boulevard Flower Gardens Features homegrown plants, over 200 varieties of perennials, 60 varieties of herbs, plus a nursery and gift shop. Plants and fish for ponds, including imported Koi from Japan, also available. 2100 Ruffin Mill Road, Colonial Heights, 526-4000 or Cross Creek Nursery Ten-acre nursery in Chesterfield. Design/build, landscape/hardscape, specializing in sod, pond building, outdoor kitchens, patios and walkways. 501 Courthouse Road, 3780700 or The Flower Market & Garden Center Tropical plants, annuals, perennials, cut flowers, garden statuaries, decorative containers and fountains. Cut flowers wholesale. Rents plants for special occasions. 10060 Midlothian Turnpike, 327-9797; 1100 N. Boulevard, 354-9900. Garden Place Upscale garden ornaments, statuaries, fountains, planters, birdbaths and urns. 13541 Midlothian Turnpike, 378-8076 or garden-place. com. Great Big Greenhouse & Nursery More than nine acres of garden supplies, from plants and trees to gifts and home accessories. 2051 Huguenot Road, 320-1317 or Hudgins Garden Center & Nursery Inc. Fullservice garden center — bedding plants, perennials, landscaping and installation. 16831 Hull Street Road, Moseley, 739-5100 or hudginsgardencenter. com. Plant Peddler’s Corner Store Home and garden accessories such as statuaries, flags, window boxes and urns. Also carries plants. 1101 Crowder Drive, Midlothian, 794-6972. Sneed’s Nursery and Garden Center A design/ build company offering professional landscape, irrigation, lighting and hardscape design and installation. Full-service garden center with certified horticulturists on staff offering unique plants and garden supplies, quality outdoor furniture and garden accents. 8756 W. Huguenot Road, 320-7798 or Southern States Cooperative Nursery, vegetable seeds, grass seeds, fertilizers, pet supplies, wildbird feed and houses, lawn furniture, statuaries, dogwoods, flowering cherry trees, annuals, peren-



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P O W H ATA N Dirty Hands Garden Center Small, upscale garden center. Hard-to-find perennials, trees and shrubs; native plants; healing herbs; original garden art; and organics. 2603 Anderson Highway (Route 60 West), Powhatan, 598-8945 or dirtyhandsgarden O N L I N E O N LY Grower’s Exchange Decorative garden-related accessories such as birdbaths, garden furniture, tools, pottery, gifts, edibles, plants, herbs and more. (888) 829-6201 or


Hearth & Home Shoppe A full line of gas, wood and pellet fireplaces; stoves and inserts; plus all the accessories to complete the job. Sales, installation and service. 8154 Mechanicsville Turnpike, 730-3800 or Hearth & Patio Shoppe Vented and non-vented gas logs, gas inserts, wood stoves, and custom mantel-building. Also sells patio furniture, grills and equipment such as screens, andirons and tool sets. 10749 Midlothian Turnpike, 794-7434 or the Interior 2000 Gas fireplaces, surrounds, custom mirrors, shower doors, bath accessories, door locks and hardware, closet organizers, plantation shutters, and blinds. 2186 Plainview Center, Powhatan, 598-0340 or Lakeside Stove and Fireplace Specializes in service, sales and installation of gas and woodburning fireplace products. 7921 W. Broad St., 270-6411. Mantels by Meunier Custom design and reproduction of mantels; all solid woods and custom-routed moldings. 690-1977 or

Plow & Hearth Fireplace and hearth accessories, patio furniture, garden items, outdoor decorations, organizers for the home, and more. 11639 W. Broad St., 360-7722 or

VICTORIAN FIREPLACE SHOP 3201 W. Broad St., 355-1688 or Victorian Fireplace Shop Large selection of small English and Victorian fireplaces, plus mantels and electric fireplaces. 3201 W. Broad St., 355-1688 or

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CA RY TOWN Compass Fine Jewelry & Metal Design Alessi Italian giftware and kitchenware. 3530 W. Cary St., 342-1211. Compleat Gourmet Kitchen gadgets, cookbooks, gourmet food and cooking classes. 3030 W. Cary St., 353-9606 or Glass Boat A wide selection of European and American antiques, home furnishings, bedding, clothing, and jewelry. 3220 W. Cary St., 358-5596 or Janet Brown Interiors Design services, furniture, antiques and home accessories. 3140 W. Cary St., 358-9548 or Martin Interior Design Furniture and accessories, consultation and design services. 3325 W. Cary St., 353-1400 or Mongrel Home accessories including bath and kitchen items, glassware, picture frames, stationery, cards, and gifts. 2924 W. Cary St., 342-1272 or Murphies Gifts, pottery, decorative glass, Vera Bradley, and some home furnishings. 3141 W. Cary St., 359-4898. Ruth & Ollie Sophisticated upholstered and leather furniture with clean lines, lamps and chandeliers — some custom designs, too. Rugs and pillows from around the world. Original, local art. Interior-design services. 3445 W. Cary St., 288-3360 or Schwarzschild Jewelers China, crystal, sterling and other tabletop items from Michael Aram, Herend, Anna Weatherley, Rochard, William Yeoward and Waterford. 3144 W. Cary St., 355-2136; 1200 Alverser Plaza, 344-0150; Short Pump Town Center, 967-0800 or Ten Thousand Villages Fair-trade jewelry, home décor and gifts from more than 38 developing countries. 3201 W. Cary St., 358-5170 or richmond. CENTR AL / DOWNTOWN Quirk Gallery Features a gift shop with home accessories, jewelry and other handmade items. 311 W. Broad St., 644-5450 or

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Where to Find It Guide FA N Metro Modern Midcentury furniture, home furnishings, ceramics, lighting and glass. 1919 W. Cary St., 402-1919 or Strawberry Fields Fresh flowers and plants, gift items, antiques, accent furniture, jewelry, and local artists’ work. 423 Strawberry St., 213-0232, or Trappings Interior design and by-appointment shopping. 315 Strawberry St., 353-5378 or Virginia Museum of Fine Arts Gift Shop Gift shop featuring reproductions of museum pieces as well as designs from local and national artists. 200 N. Boulevard, 340-1525. H A N OV E R : AT L E E / A S H L A N D / C O U R T HOUSE / MECHANICSVILLE / SANDSTON Belle Cottage Unique gifts, collectibles, Vera Bradley and home décor. 8319 Bell Creek Road, Suite F, Mechanicsville, 559-8100. Swan & Drake Flower arrangements and home décor. 13297 Hanover Courthouse Road, Hanover, 537-5230. Surroundings by Chesapeake Designs Designer Pam Heermann’s showroom with furniture, accessories, custom bedding, fabric samples, local art and specialty gifts. 10400 Leadbetter Road, Ashland, 496-6135 or

tery. 411 Libbie Ave., 288-6333. V for the Home Specializes in fresh, modern looks; unusual gifts; furniture; and finds. 5703-A. Grove Ave., 282-4275 or MIDLOTHIAN AND HULL STREET CORRIDORS Accents Unlimited Gifts and collectibles for the home, featuring a gold-level Vera Bradley storewithin-a-store. Includes Vera Bradley needlepoint rugs, lamps, dishes and stationery. 4632 Commonwealth Centre Parkway, 763-1566 or accents Confetti Gift store with home accessories, jewelry and works by local artists. 2005-A Huguenot Road, 560-9012. Gather This Midlothian gallery, gift and accessories store is located in a historic 1851 general store. 920 Mount Hermon Road, 379-0441 or Great Big Greenhouse & Nursery More than nine acres of garden supplies, from plants and trees to gifts, and a large home-accessories department. 2051 Huguenot Road, 320-1317 or greatbig Posh LLC Artwork, home accessories, lamps, furniture, jewelry, gifts and interior-design services. 13823 Village Place Drive, Midlothian, 794-0333. Schwarzschild Jewelers China, crystal, sterling and other tabletop items from Michael Aram, Herend, Anna Weatherley, Rochard, William Yeoward and Waterford. 1200 Alverser Plaza, 344-0150; Short Pump Town Center, 967-0800; 3144 W. Cary St., 355-2136 or

LAKESIDE / NORTH SIDE Embellish Eclectic gifts for your home and garden. 5105 Lakeside Ave., 622-7770 or Feathernesters Vintage home and garden furnishings and accessories. Café. 6118 Lakeside Ave., 262-7305 or Keep Good Company Home accessories and gifts. 5522-A Lakeside Ave., 262-5557. Ruth Joffre Custom-made window-treatment workroom, lamps, furniture, sofas and home accessories. 2307 Westwood Ave., 254-3511. Tinker’s The latest trends in gifts and home décor, featuring fashionable home accessories and local artists. Furniture-restoration services and repairs. 2409 Westwood Ave., 359-3301 or tinkerand L I B B I E A N D G R OV E / L I B B I E A N D PAT T E R S O N Fraîche A fresh take on tradition with a classy kick. Offering furniture, lamps, fine linen, interesting tabletop treasures, antiques and novel gifts. 304 Libbie Ave., 282-4282 or Hampton House The owners travel to England to fill their shop with fine furniture, porcelain, brass and crystal. 5720 Grove Ave., 285-3479 or J. Taylor Hogan Interior-design services, home accessories and bridal registries. 308 Libbie Ave., 282-4474 or Kelley’s Gift Shop Full line of fine gifts and decorative accessories, including designer silk flowers. 5601 Patterson Ave., 288-3684. Living Handmade items — from gifts to custom furniture, housewares, monogrammed linens and original artwork — mostly by Virginia artisans. 5714 Grove Ave., 285-5600 or Paper Plus Wide selection of invitations, gifts and home accents. 5804 Grove Ave., 288-2662 or The Shops at 5807 More than 20 specialty shops in one location, including Frillseekers, VERVE Home Furnishings, Open House, Van der Wolks and Snapdragons. Stylish, eclectic, and hand-picked. 5807 Patterson Ave., 288-5807 or Thistles Gifts and accessories, including English and Italian imports, leather items, mirrors, and pot-



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Williams & Sherrill About 4,000 bolts of fabric in stock, plus furniture and accessories. Large selection of trims for windows and pillows. Design center has extensive library of wallpaper and fabric books. 2003 Huguenot Road, 320-1730 or williams Wilson Lee Interiors Furniture, drapery, full-service interior-design store. 11400 Huguenot Road, Suite 109A, 379-9457 or RIVER DISTRICT House of Lukaya A unique selection of wearable and wall art from local artisans. Accessories, body care and bulk herbs. 1717 E. Main St., 377-3380 or La Différence Accessories with high style from around the world. 125 S. 14th St., (866) 452-3433 or These Four Walls Eclectic home furnishings made around the world, plus unusual gifts. 1401 E. Cary St., 622-6201 or Very Richmond Richmond-centric gifts. 1051 E. Cary St., 644-3613 or Vive La Différence Warm, exotic and rustic home accessories from the people who brought you

LaDiff (adjacent). Enter at 125 S. 14th St., 648-6210 or SOUTH SIDE : STONY POINT/ BON AIR / CHESTER Alchemists Home accessories such as chimes, indoor fountains, candles and candleholders. Stony Point Shopping Center, 323-5563 or Anthropologie Vintage-inspired items, plus home accessories, bedding, hardware, furniture and some antiques. Stony Point Fashion Park, 330-3331, ext. 5, or Buford Road Pharmacy Home and garden accessories fill almost half of this pharmacy. 2608 Buford Road, 272-1423 or Leopard Park Accent furniture, home décor, costume jewelry, and gifts. Stony Point Shopping Center, 330-3833 or Papeterie Stationery, antiques, place mats, napkins, frames, monogrammed guest towels, lamps, soaps, pottery, hand-colored etchings, clocks, music boxes and ceramics. 3048 Stony Point Road, 560-7955. Sur La Table Countertop appliances, bakeware, knives, kitchen gadgets and everything a home chef needs, plus a wide selection of cooking classes. Stony Point Fashion Park, 272-7094 or W E S T E N D / FA R W E S T E N D / G L E N ALLEN / GOOCHLAND / INNSBROOK Andres Day Spa & Unique Gifts Plates and platters, furniture, gift items, and home decorations. 449 Forest Ave., 288-7106 or Appalachian Spring Gift shop with handcrafted, U.S.-made gift items in wood and glass, plus pottery and jewelry. Short Pump Town Center, 3649700 or Cocoanut Jewelry Jewelry shop that also offers clocks, platters and other handmade home decorations from local and national artists. Willow Lawn, 282-1335; Short Pump Town Center, 360-9634. Dolce Designs Home furnishings, accessories, gifts and design. 11737 W. Broad St., 360-8049. South Moon Under Boutique featuring home accessories such as picture frames, stylish plates, rugs, vases and seasonal decorations. Men’s and women’s apparel and shoes. Short Pump Town Center, 364-9424 or Schwarzschild Jewelers China, crystal, sterling and other tabletop items from Michael Aram, Herend, Anna Weatherley, Rochard, William Yeoward and Waterford. Short Pump Town Center, 967-0800; 1200 Alverser Plaza, 344-0150; 3144 W. Cary St., 355-2136 or Things Remembered Personalized picture frames, glassware, crystal, trinket boxes and more. Short Pump Town Center, 364-4246 or things Tweed Home furnishings, gifts and accessories. 11743 W. Broad St., 249-3900 or tweedathome. com. Urban Outfitters Trendy home accessories and gifts, along with women’s and men’s apparel and accessories. Short Pump Town Center, 364-5216 or Westbury Gallery Accessories for home and garden. Jewelry and handbags, too. 8905 Three Chopt Road, 285-4733 or Williams-Sonoma Everything for the kitchen — bakeware, linens, dinnerware, cookware and appliances, as well as specialty foods and a nationwide gift registry. Regency Square, 740-3948; Short Pump Town Center, 364-9915 or williams-sonoma. com. You Boutiques Decorative items, china, linens from aprons to hand towels, garden furniture, pillows and a variety of artwork. Short Pump Town Center, 364-9686. TRI-CITIES Polish Pottery Shop Polish pottery and unique housewares. 13 W. Old St., Petersburg, 733-4495 or

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Home Media

All Wired Up Installs home theaters, media rooms, and alarm systems for home and business. 3351555. Audio Art High-end audio store, by appointment only. 358-5300. Audio Exchange Home-theater specialists. Music distribution and high-end stereo. 6007 W. Broad St., 282-0438. Audio Express Home-media and home-theater sales and installation. 11201 Midlothian Turnpike, 379-3233. Betatronics Inc. Custom home theaters and other electronics. Design, automation and installation available. 749-4725. Blue Oasis Audio Music and home-theater sound systems designed to your taste. 3137 W. Cary St., 278-6790 or Bose Top-of-the-line home-audio systems. Short Pump Town Center, 364-9488. Fine Electric Company Electrical wiring; phones, cable and computer networking; home theaters; security and service changes; and upgrades. 3532874 or Home Cinema Central Everything from lighting, acoustics, draperies and construction to specialty furniture and wall treatments. Unique theater accessories, such as fiber-optic starlight ceilings, popcorn machines and all types of specialty theater seating. 9830-H Mayland Drive, 217-8970 or

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Haggard Industries Whole-house audio, flat-panel TV mounting, structured wiring, specializing in retrofit applications. Consultation, installation and design. 822-6649. Higher Definition Experts in high-definition television. 8033 Old Mechanicsville Turnpike, Mechanicsville, 746-9341. Home Media Design-build firm offering hometheater and home-automation services. 1111 Alverser Drive, Midlothian, 379-0900 or homemedia. com. Livewire In-home consults for home theater, structured cabling and home networking. 4900 W. Clay St., 937-9001 or Premiere Theater and Automation Home-theater design, installation, audio and home automation. Mechanicsville, 730-2747 or premieretheater



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Kitchens, Kitchen Countertops

CA RY TOWN / MIDTOWN / NORTH SIDE 3Sixty Cabinetry Architectural millwork and custom cabinetry in all styles, specializing in modern design and green building. 403 Stockton St., Suite 300, 640-1157 or Alpha Stone Solutions Fabricates and installs marble and granite countertops and more. 2251 Dabney Road, Suite H, 622-2068 or American Cabinet Company Quality kitchen and bath cabinets, including the Decora line of cabinetry. 2300-A Hermitage Rd., 342-9311, american Appliance Solutions Kitchen and laundry appliances, with brands like Sub-Zero, Viking, GE Monogram, Wolf, KitchenAid, and Fisher & Paykel. Specializing in built-ins. 5418 Lakeside Ave., 2667621; 2611 Buford Road, 272-3276; 9071 W. Broad St., 270-4973 or ArtCraft Designs Custom cabinetry and woodworking. 508 W. Broad St., 986-5053. Brazilian Best Granite Inc. 6401 Dickens Place, Suite F, 282-4707 or Cabinetry & Construction Inc. Cabinets and remodeling/renovation of older properties. By appointment only. 3409 W. Leigh St., 497-3491 or E.A. Holsten Inc. Wholesale distributor for SubZero, Wolf and Frigidaire appliances, with a showroom. 1400 Overbrook Road, 359-3511 or EcoLogic Environmentally friendly remodeling and redecorating supplies. Installation and design services available. 1606 W. Main St., 254-7336 or Jefco of Virginia Inc. Tile and granite. 1500 Chamberlayne Ave., Suite B, 644-9939 or Katheryn Robertson Ltd. Certified kitchen and bath designers. Crystal cabinetry; appliances from Sub-Zero and Wolf; designer fabrics, finishes and furniture. 2225 Hanover Ave., 353-6721 or katheryn Martin-Star Custom-designed and hand-built cabinetry. 1610 W. Main St., 340-1250 or Old River Cabinets Custom cabinetry and granite. 1125 Alverser Drive, Midlothian, 378-6200. Reico Kitchen & Bath Six-thousand-square-foot showroom with more than 100 displays. Merillat, Ultracraft and Woodharbor cabinetry; high-end appliances from Miele, Dacor, Jenn-Air, KitchenAid and Maytag; and sinks by Franke. One-stop shop with installation services. 2132 Tomlyn St., 2628389 or Virginia Cabinetry Custom- and pre-made kitchen

cabinets, bookcases, vanities and more for any taste or budget. 1221 School St., 612-6469 or EAST END Artelye Marble and Granite Marble and granite fabricated and installed. 4719 Eubank Road, 4402783. Little Appliance Brands at the 9,000-square-foot showroom include GE, Whirlpool, KitchenAid, Sub-Zero, Samsung, Fisher & Paykel, and Wolf. Parts and service, too. 3706 Williamsburg Road, 222-3871. M E C H A N I C S V I L L E / H A N OV E R / A S H L A N D Concrete Ideas Custom kitchen and bath countertops made of GreenStone, a concrete composed of post-industrial and post-consumer materials and OpticStone, concrete embedded with fiber optic lighting. 10387 Dow-Gil Road, Ashland, 798-6606, Lipscombe Appliance & TV Sells and services appliances from Heartland, Wolf, KitchenAid, Fisher & Paykel, GE, Sub-Zero, Jenn Air, Maytag, Whirlpool, U-Line, and more. 8082 Mechanicsville Turnpike, Mechanicsville, 746-4470 or lipscombeappliance. com. Shelf Genie Glide-out shelving for the home. (888) 903-8839 or SOUTH SIDE / CHESTERFIELD / MIDLOTHIAN Appliance Contract Sales Premium appliance showroom. 10000 Chester Road, Chester, 748-8755 or Appliance Solutions Kitchen and laundry appliances, with brands like Sub-Zero, Viking, GE Monogram, Wolf, KitchenAid, and Fisher & Paykel. Specializing in built-ins. 2611 Buford Road, 2723276; 9071 W. Broad St., 270-4973; 5418 Lakeside Ave., 266-7621 or Artistic Stone Design Inc. Granite countertops, fireplace surrounds, vanities, bartops. 11321 International Drive, 594-7069 or artsticstonerichmond. com. Bernhardt & Taylor, Inc. Custom-designed bookcases and cabinets for kitchen and bath. 700 Research Road, 794-8103 or Better Kitchens & Baths Full-service design and sales firm for selection of kitchen and bath materials. 7757 Pocoshock Way, 674-7792 or betterkitch Builder’s Choice Marble & Granite Countertops in any room, hearths, fireplace surrounds and much more. 3911 Bellson Park Drive, 744-0770 or Cary’s Mill Woodworking Fine woodworking and construction. 450 Dry Bridge Road, 445-2946 or Chesapeake Bay Cabinet Co. Kitchen design and installation, including granite tops. 5612 Biggs Road, 233-9984 or Cline Contract Sales Kitchen appliances for sale to customers working through a designer or contractor. The 6,000-square-foot showroom features brands like Sub-Zero, Viking, Wolf, Asko, Fisher & Paykel, GE, and more, set up in kitchen vignettes. 11351 International Drive, 379-9600 or cline Elite Kitchen Design Custom kitchen and bath remodelers with experience in design, woodworking, cabinetry and general contracting. Featuring Holiday Kitchens cabinets with more than 70 door styles. 14411 Justice Road, Suite A, 378-4949 or Ferguson Bath, Kitchen & Lighting Gallery Design consultation and products for indoor and outdoor kitchens, with an emphasis on high-tech appliances. 6601 Lake Harbour Drive, Midlothian, 763-1360; 2703 Ackley Ave., 264-6400 or ferguson. com. Home Design by Goodwyn Seventy-thousandsquare-foot showroom with Wellborn cabinets, countertops and more. 2510 Bellwood Road, 545-4663.

Kitchen Crafters Inc. Everything you need for kitchen and bath remodeling — appliances, countertops, floors and cabinetry. 2611 Buford Road, 272-0580 or MARVA Marble and Granite Inc. World-class natural-stone products, accessories and services. 12200 Marva Way, Midlothian, 739-0176 or marva W e s t E n d / Far W e s t E n d Appliance Contract Sales Premium appliance showroom. 1328 Gaskins Road, 754-8755 or Appliance Solutions Kitchen and laundry appliances, with brands like Sub-Zero, Viking, GE Monogram, Wolf, KitchenAid, and Fisher & Paykel. Specializing in built-ins. 2611 Buford Road, 2723276; 9071 W. Broad St., 270-4973; 5418 Lakeside Ave., 266-7621 or Classic Kitchens of Virginia Complete luxury kitchen design and installation. Exclusive distributor of Wood-Mode and Draper DBS cabinetry in the region; Sub-Zero, Miele and Wolf appliances. Also designs and installs bathrooms, libraries, home-theater systems and bars. 12535 Patterson Ave., 784-5075 or Custom Kitchens This design studio specializes in client service and complete project management. Featuring custom cabinetry from Heritage, Crystal and Omega, installation is done by their own craftsmen. Sub-Zero/Wolf appliances and a wide range of countertops are available through a team of certified designers. 6412 Horsepen Road, 2887247 or Ferguson Bath, Kitchen & Lighting Gallery Design consultation and products for indoor and outdoor kitchens, with an emphasis on high-tech appliances. 2703 Ackley Ave., 264-6400; 6601 Lake Harbour Drive, Midlothian, 763-1360 or Heritage Woodworks Custom Kitchen Design Custom cabinetry. 302 Libbie Ave., 288-5899 or Granite Outlet and Cabinet Design Granite countertops, kitchen and bath design. 1908 Staples Mill Road, 353-4726 or Kitchen Art Specializing in complete kitchen renovations, also available for new-home construction, bathroom remodeling and interior home renovations. Prévo, Geppetto, Forestown, Hagerstown and Custom Shoppe cabinets. 7492 W. Broad St., 353-2775 or KDW Home Custom kitchen, bath and cabinetry design and installation. The showroom features a range of quality cabinetry, appliance and countertop options. Design services include floor plans and perspective views; interior-design and lighting consultations also available. 7157 Staples Mill Road, 262-0006 or Charles Luck Stone Center High-end purveyor of stone products for multiple applications including countertops and interior surfaces. Design and technical consulting. 343 River Road West, Manakin, 708-5700, (800) 255-5825 or Old River Cabinets Virginia-made custom cabinetry, granite countertops. Design services. 11331 W. Broad St., 360-7244 or Panda Kitchen and Bath Expo Top-quality, affordable wood cabinets and granite countertops. 6100 W. Broad St., 288-3380 or Prestige Cabinets & Countertops Design, manufacture and installation of the shop’s own cabinetry, bookcases, mantelpieces, entertainment centers and more. Custom countertop fabrication and installation. 5805 School Ave., 266-1000 or Royal Virginia Granite Granite and marble countertops. 5322 Twin Hickory Road, Glen Allen, 2014126 or

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Lighting (Indoor and Outdoor)

Adkins Lighting Center Large inventory of light fixtures, fans, lamps and other decorative accessories. 8280 Midlothian Turnpike, 272-7503. Atlantic Electrical Supply Corp. Showroom with 1,300 indoor and outdoor residential and commercial fixtures. 2117 Westwood Ave., 358-6737. Capital Lighting & Supply Light fixtures for every room in your house, plus exterior lighting. 12925 Plaza Drive, 784-0224; 1904 N. Hamilton St., 3558003. Colonial Metalcrafts Handcrafted periodreproduction and modern lighting fixtures; repairs and restoration. Wrought-iron welding, steel blacksmith services. 2926 W. Marshall St., 358-6000. Decorating Outlet Outlet store for Shades of Light, featuring lighting, lampshades, curtains and

rugs at a discount, plus some home furnishings used in catalog shoots. 9912 Midlothian Turnpike, 320-3695. EcoLogic Environmentally friendly redecorating and remodeling supplies, including energy-efficient lighting. 1606 W. Main St., 254-7336 or eco Ferguson Bath, Kitchen and Lighting Gallery Kitchen and bathroom cabinetry, faucets, sinks, lighting and more. Main showroom, 2703 Ackley Ave., 264-6400; Home Selections Showroom, 6601 Lake Harbour Drive, Midlothian, 763-1360. Home Lighting Ltd. Residential lighting, contemporary to traditional. 1115 Alverser Drive, Midlothian, 378-3640. Illuminations — Landscape Lighting Specializes in lighting effects to embellish the “rooms” of your garden; add a sense of grandeur to trees; accent architectural features; and provide welcoming light to any path, walkway or patio. 11127 Cauthorne Road, Glen Allen, 798-0183 or Kelley’s Gift Shop Lighting, art supplies, cards, gifts and more. 5601 Patterson Ave., 288-3684. Lamp Emporium Lamps, chandeliers, more than 5,000 lampshades, furniture and accessories. 3520 Pump Road, 360-1619. LiteScapes Architectural landscape lighting. 2881770. L.W. French Inc. Design and coordinated installation of residential integrated lighting-control systems. By appointment. 270-3205. Metro Modern Midcentury furniture, home furnishings, ceramics, lighting and glass. 1919 W. Cary St., 402-1919 or Paul’s Place Architectural Antiques & Lighting Antique lighting, furniture and architectural reclamation/salvage, as well as a full restoration studio. 1009 Overbrook Road, 228-9999 or pauls Outdoor Lighting Perspectives Customized

architectural and landscape lighting of homes, landscapes, walkways, driveways, decks, patios and docks. Free evening design demonstration provided. 874-9985. Shades of Light Indoor, outdoor and landscape lighting in a wide selection of styles. Lampshades, decorative rugs, chandeliers, mirrors and furniture, too. 4924 W. Broad St., 288-6515 or shadesoflight. com.

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Sherwin Electrical Services Anything electrical for the home, from switches to generators. 5637 S. Laburnum Ave., 222-2213. Solar Lighting of Virginia Authorized dealer and distributor of Solatube, a tubular skylight; also sells a solar-powered attic fan, Solar Gard window films and Leaf Defier gutter-protection system. 1730


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Organizing/ Storage

All About Closets Custom closets and pantries, as well as shelving. 364-6374 or California Closets Offers quality customized home storage, from closets to garages. 2117 Dabney Road, 359-1333 or Closet Factory Custom-designed closets, plus installation. 8162-C Elm Drive, Mechanicsville, 559-0001. Closet Tailors Design and installation of custom storage systems for the home. 1626 Ownby Lane, 355-1595 or Custom Home Design Home staging, interior decorating, and professional organizing. 516-4684 or Designed to Move Home staging and rentals. 937-5555, 402-4565 or designedtomoverichmond. com. GarageTek Garage-organization systems, large

range of accessories and flooring. 354-5353 or Interior 2000 Gas fireplaces, surrounds, custom mirrors, shower doors, bath accessories, door locks and hardware, closet organizers, plantation shutters, and blinds. 2186 Plainview Center, Powhatan, 598-0340 or Method ORG Design, building and organization of closets, garages, pantries and other parts of the home. Showroom by appointment. 2418-C Granite Ridge Road, Goochland, 290-8822. Premier Garage Garage makeovers, cabinets, flooring and organizers. 2371 Lanier Road, Rockville, 968-4650. Shelf Genie Custom design, building and installation of the Glide-Out Shelving System in any cabinet in your home. Free in-home consultations. (877) 434-3643 or

Outdoor Living

C ar y to w n / M idto w n American Stripping Co. Refinishes high-quality wood, wrought-iron and cast-iron outdoor furniture, plus new outdoor patio furniture and ornamental garden accessories such as urns and fountains. Work carries a lifetime guarantee. 1523 W. Cary St., 355-4100 or amstripco. E ast E n d Swift Creek Garden Furniture Inc. Handmade wooden outdoor furniture including swings, picnic tables and benches, made on-site. New retail addition offering garden accessories. 7400 Osborne Turnpike, 652-0422 or M echa n ics v ille / H a n ov er / A shla n d Pla-Mor Pools Above-ground pools and spas;


accessories and related chemicals, too. Also provides pool repairs and restoration. 105 Arbor Oak, Ashland, 798-3667; 7134 Mechanicsville Turnpike, 746-5555 or S o u th S ide / C hesterfield / M idlothia n Bon Air Better Living Products Indoor and outdoor gas fireplaces, gas grills, gas pool heaters, stonework, ceramic tilework and generators. Complete outdoor kitchens. 8801 Forest Hill Ave., 320-3600 or Clearwater Pools & Spas Installs in-ground pools; full-service repair and cleaning of pools; sells spas and pool accessories such as chemicals, pumps and filters. 3600 Courthouse Road, Chesterfield, 745-7674; 570 E. Hundred Road, Chester, 7487676 or Garden Traditions Vinyl or wood gazebos, sheds, garages, storage buildings, playhouses and accessories. 10501 Jefferson Davis Highway, 743-9522 or Hallsborough Builders Inc. Maintenance-free vinyl decks, vinyl railing and columns, and polyvinyl flooring and decking. 16721 Midlothian Turnpike, Midlothian, 794-7175 or Luxury Pool & Spa Spas and Sun Fiberglass in- and above-ground pools. Pool chemicals and accessories, too. 10825 Midlothian Turnpike, 794-7721; 11446 W. Broad St., Glen Allen, 364-3577 or Medallion Pools & Spa Manufactures and sells in- and above-ground pool walls, spas and swim spas, pool stairs. Chemicals and accessories. Outlet at 840 W. Roslyn Road, Colonial Heights, 526-8888. Play N’ Learn’s Ultimate Backyard Woodplay play systems for the backyard; several brands of patio furniture, including Telescope, Meadowcraft and Hanamint, as well as Traeger smoker grills.

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tanning beds, billiard tables and accessories from Leisure Bay. 7504 W. Broad St., 266-6700 or Summer Classics Indoor and outdoor furnishings, antiques and accessories. Outdoor rugs. 7905 W. Broad St., 935-3075 or

Richmond’s largest dealer of Goalrilla basketball hoops and AlleyOop trampolines. 11225 Midlothian Turnpike, 897-8425; 12853 Broad Street Road, 784-3303 or Swim-N-Pools, Billiards and Spas Installs new in-ground pools and liner replacements. Sells above-ground pools, spas and pool accessories as well as billiard tables. Open year-round. 11210 Ironbridge Road, Chester, 748-4330 or swimn

B Y A P P O I N TM E N T Pla-Mor Construction Corp. Installation of fiberglass and vinyl in-ground swimming pools. Free estimates. 781-0442 or The Pool Man Inc. Installs in- and above-ground pools; free estimates. Remodeling and replacement liners, too. 683-1878. Virginia Custom Buildings & Playcenters Lawn furniture, gazebos, arbors, bridges, storage sheds, animals shelters and children’s play systems. Concrete pottery and birdbaths. 280 Broad Street Road, Manakin-Sabot, 784-3816; 11501 Washington Highway, Ashland, 798-3616 or vacustom

W E S T E N D / FA R W E S T E N D Add-a-Deck Custom builders and designers of decks, sunrooms, screened and open porches, master and in-law suites, and additions. Particular care is taken to ensure that construction matches the style of the home. 6408 Mallory Drive, 2854239 or Archadeck Custom decks, screened porches, sunrooms, trellises, gazebos, arbors and other outdoor structures. 2924 Emerywood Parkway, Suite 101, 379-3325 or JoPa Co. Everything from grills to outdoor furniture, hammocks, water features, pool supplies and pools. Also designs and builds in-ground pools, sells above-ground models and spas, and builds outdoor kitchens. 8711 W. Broad St., 747-9700 or Luxury Pool & Spa Spas and Sun Fiberglass inand above-ground pools. Pool chemicals and accessories, too. 11446 W. Broad St., Glen Allen, 364-3577; 10825 Midlothian Turnpike, 794-7721 or Outdoor Kitchen Creations Designs and installs outdoor kitchens, fireplaces and fire pits. Also carries patio furniture and outdoor televisions. 2352-D Lanier Road, Rockville, 749-3177 or Plastic Lumber Specialties Inc. Maintenance-free decking, railing and fences. Lines include CrossTimbers, Monarch and Timbertek. 8501 Brook Road, Glen Allen, 262-8962 or

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Play N’ Learn’s Ultimate Backyard Woodplay play systems for the backyard; several brands of patio furniture, including Telescope, Meadowcraft and Hanamint, as well as Traeger smoker grills. Richmond’s largest dealer of Goalrilla basketball hoops and AlleyOop trampolines. 12853 Broad Street Road, 784-3303; 11225 Midlothian Turnpike, 8978425 or Plow & Hearth Indoor and outdoor furniture, garden tools, and accents. 11639 W. Broad St., 3607722 or Rec Warehouse Pools, spas, outdoor furniture,



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Askews Decorating Center Inc. Painting, wallcovering, carpeting and deck-refinishing products. 1108 E. Nine Mile Road, 737-9010. Askews and Rose Painting, wallcovering, carpeting and deck-refinishing products. 10450 Ridgefield Parkway, 741-0101. City Wide Decorators Benjamin Moore paints. Contractors for the Virginia Executive Mansion and Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden. 409 E. Laburnum Ave., 329-3480 or Dolce Designs Full-service decorating and design shop with fabrics, wallpaper, custom window treatments, upholstery, slipcovers, lamps, chandeliers, furniture and home accessories. 11737 W. Broad St., 360-8049. Duron Paints & Wallcoverings House paint and painting supplies. Wallpaper books available for ideas, too. 12615 Jefferson Davis Highway, 7486493; 3429 Cox Road, 935-1531; 6516 Hull Street Road, 276-1406; 3310-B Mechanicsville Turnpike, 321-2331; 9921 Hull Street Road (Oxbridge Square), 745-5172; 11390 Midlothian Turnpike, 379-3004; 1106 Westbriar Drive, 740-1221; 6564 W. Broad St., 285-8231; 2313 W. Cary St., 355-9556; 9555 Kings Charter Parkway, Suite A, Ashland, 5505689 or EcoLogic Environmentally friendly remodeling and redecorating supplies. 1606 W. Main St., 254-7336 or Glidden Professional Paint Center Glidden and Dulux paints (including Fortis and Life Master, a zero-VOC indoor paint) and painting supplies. 1185 Alverser Drive, 897-9488; 6504 W. Broad St., 282-2855 or Lifelong Coatings of America Elastomeric and vapor-permeable nonceramic exterior coatings for your home. Any color, lifetime warranty. 474-6896 or ORO Interior Concepts Home-fixture and furnishings store; kitchen and bathroom cabinetry, plumbing fixtures, wallpaper, fabric, furniture, and lighting. 6414 Horsepen Road, 282-5630. Palmore Decorating Center Benjamin Moore interior and exterior paints and coatings. A comprehensive decorating center with solutions for walls, windows or floors. 1927 S. Sycamore St., Petersburg, 732-8181 or Porter Paints Interior and exterior paints from the Porter line, including the popular Silken Touch. 11351 International Drive, 794-5331; 3403 Old Parham Road, 270-0002. Richmond Decorating Center Installs all types of flooring, from carpeting and vinyl floors to ceramic tile and laminates. Also wallpaper by Seabrook and Brewster; and Hunter Douglas window treatments. Fabrics and customized window treatments, too. 6305 Hull Street Road, 745-0066; 10834 W. Broad

St., 346-1822 or Sherwin Williams Indoor and exterior paints, stains and supplies. 169 Junction Drive, Ashland, 7980901; 12020 Jefferson Davis Highway, Chester, 7519897; 7348 Bell Creek Road, 559-2860; 10220 Hull Street Road, 745-2009; 8204 Midlothian Turnpike, 323-1260; 1517-A N. Parham Road, 285-3946; 3720 Williamsburg Road, 226-1135; 3171 Lauderdale Drive, 364-7100; 4918 W. Broad St., 282-5464 or

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Sunny’s Goodtime Paint Store Decorative painting services, paints and stencils. 5703-A Grove Ave., 287-8523, or sunnys The Tailored Window Full-service interior-design firm specializing in window treatments. In-stock and custom fabrics and wallpaper, custom furniture, bedspreads and draperies. Hunter Douglas blinds and shades. Also carries unusual home accessories. 794-7255 or thetailoredwindow Virginia Paint Company Full-service decorating shop offering floors, wallcoverings, ceramic tiles, carpeting, fabric and draperies. Benjamin Moore interior and exterior paints and coatings. 10801 W. Broad St., 747-7210; 4307 W. Broad St., 359-5088; 11201 Midlothian Turnpike, 794-3334; 7000 Woodlake Commons Loop, 739-7777; 6102 Brashire Blvd., Mechanicsville, 730-5347; 11876 Chester Village Drive, 768-6088 or Virginia Wayside Furniture A 50,000-square-foot showroom with a wallpaper library and a vast selection of furniture. 10500 Patterson Ave., 7403124 or The Wallpaper Place Ten thousand square feet of mid- to high-end furniture, lighting, accessories, carpet, art and wallcoverings, plus interior design. 9828-A Midlothian Turnpike, 320-3125. Williams & Sherrill More than 1,400 books of discounted wallpaper from high-end designers including Brunschwig & Fils, Cowtan & Tout, and Osborne & Little. 2003 Huguenot Road, 320-1730 or

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3Sixty Cabinetry Architectural millwork and custom cabinetry in all styles, specializing in modern design and green building. 403 Stockton St., Suite 300, 640-1157 or Advanced Window Tint Co. Residential and commercial window tinting. 4705 W. Broad St., 3589576 or Aegis Window Film This company applies various films to windows to stop fading of indoor items, reduce energy costs and prevent heat and glare from the sun. 9421 Atlee Commerce Blvd., Ashland, 550-1617. Affordable Gutters & Vinyl Siding Multiple lines

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ment and new construction, as well as interior and exterior doors. 2510 Bellwood Road, 228-4041. Old Dominion Door Sales Inc. Sale, service and installation of garage doors and openers. 5900400, (800) 360-6337 or olddominiondoorsales. com. Old House Authority Consultations and services for old houses such as repair, rebuilding and replacement of wood windows and custom fabrication of storm windows. 648-1616 or oldhouse Pella Windows and Doors Pella windows and doors for new construction, replacement and remodeling, and commercial construction. 1549 N. Parham Road, 741-4556 or Regal Home Improvement Co. Custom replacement windows and siding, as well as rails, gutters, sun rooms, porches, decks and more. Free estimates. 4002 Hermitage Road, 264-9797 or regal Richmond Window Corp. Renewal by Andersen window and patio-door replacement. 2810 W. Cary St., 353-6621 or Ruffin & Payne Name-brand doors and windows, custom millwork, trusses, lumber, and moldings. 4200 Vawter Ave., 329-2691 or Siewers Lumber and Millwork Full-service lumber yard founded in 1884 and specializing in moldings, custom millwork, doors, windows and hardwoods. 1901 Ellen Road, 358-2103 or siewers. com. Solar Block Inc. Residential and commercial glass tinting. Hunter Douglas window fashions dealer. 4503 Boones Trail Terrace, Chesterfield, 745-8468 or Solar Eclipse Window films for home, business and auto. 7123 Mechanicsville Turnpike, 559-8998 or Solar Film Sells and installs solar protective window films for homes and businesses, 3M Prestige dealer for Central Virginia. 7921 W. Broad St., 9357100 or Stained Glass Creations Custom leaded- and stained-glass windows and doors. Free estimates. 10049-G Lickinghole Road, Ashland, 798-8806 or Sun Block Inc. Installs Vista solar window film, Llumar decorative window film and Halcyon shades in homes and businesses. 1811 Huguenot Road, Suite 401-D, Midlothian, 379-4123 or sunblockinc.


A S H L A N D / H A N OV E R Flippo Gallery and McGraw-Page Library Regional and national artists’ works at RandolphMacon College in Ashland. Gallery: 211 N. Center St., 752-7337; library: 305 Henry St., 752-7257 or Gallery 606 Two stories of fine-art exhibits that rotate each month. 606 England St., Ashland, 7527126 or Henry Clay Inn Monthly exhibits include pottery, painting and photography by local artists. 114 N. Railroad Ave., Ashland, 798-3100 or henryclayinn. com.

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Artists Downtown Access (ADA) From cuttingedge modern art to contemporary realism. 228 W. Broad St., 644-0100 or Astra Design Paintings, ceramics and glassware by local artists; metal sculpture and furniture by Tom Chenoweth; jewelry by Louise Ellis. By appointment only. 3110 W. Marshall St., 257-5467 or

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Brazier Studio Inc. Portraits, paintings, art placement and artist workshops. 1616 W. Main St., 3592787 or Chasen Galleries of Fine Art and Glass Paintings, glass and sculpture by more than 100 artists. 3554 W. Cary St., 204-1048 or Chop Suey Gallery Exhibits contemporary art. 2913 W. Cary St., 422-8066. Corporate & Museum Frame Monthly exhibits by local and nationally known artists. Many focus on photography. 301 W. Broad St., 643-6858 or The Dementi Studio Photographic studio with a permanent display of historic Richmond photographs. 121 E. Grace St., 648-9003 or dementi. com. Eric Schindler Art Gallery Open nearly 50 years, this gallery highlights regional painters. 2305 E. Broad St., 644-5005 or Elegba Folklore Society and Cultural Center Paintings, prints, carvings, décor and wearables created by artists from the United States and abroad. Art shows and special events. 101 E. Broad St., 644-3900 or Fan Frame and Fine Art Inc. Contemporary fine-art gallery featuring original oils, watercolors, pastels, sculpture, jewelry and glass by local and international artists. 214 N. Robinson St., 353-4559. Fine Art Images Original and limited-edition prints by African-American artists. 2306 W. Main St., 353-3230. Forinstance Gallery Showcasing an extensive collection of works by Martin Johnson. 107 E. Cary St., (757) 574-4111. Frame Nation More than 17 years of experience framing everything from posters to museum-quality pieces with designs from around the world. 11 S. 15th St., 643-7263 or The Gallery at Corporate & Museum Frame Rotating exhibits by local and nationally known artists. 301 W. Broad St., 643-6858 or Gallery5 Art exhibited inside Virginia’s oldest fire station and Richmond’s oldest police station. 200 W. Marshall St., 644-0005 or Ghostprint Gallery Ghostprint exhibits a range of artwork from cutting-edge photography to oil paintings. 220 W. Broad St., 344-1557 or Glavé Kocen Gallery Contemporary work by regional and national artists. 1620 W. Main St., 3581990 or ISHQ Fine Arts Gallery & Textile Studio This

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Where to Find It Guide space features mostly contemporary art. 209 W. Broad St., 929-7018 or James Center Rotating exhibits of work by Virginia artists and occasional traveling exhibits. One James Center lobby and James Center atrium, 901 E. Cary St. and 1021 E. Cary St., 344-3232. Laura Loe Studio Colorful oil paintings. 2005 W. Main St., 366-6327 or Main Art Gallery Regional and national professional artists showing various media. 1537 W. Main St., 355-6151 or Metro Space Gallery Specializes in revolving works of art by emerging artists. 119 W. Broad St., 643-7125 or Page Bond Gallery Contemporary art with works by artists such as Elijah and Emmet Gowin. 1625 W. Main St., 359-3633 or Quirk Gallery Exhibits by established and emerging artists, plus a cool gift shop. 311 W. Broad St., 644-5450 or Red Door Gallery Original, contemporary paintings and sculpture. 1607 W. Main St., 358-0211 or Reynolds Gallery Regional and national artists. 1514 W. Main St., 355-6553 or Richmond Camera Presents mainly photography exhibits. 215 W. Broad St., 648-0515 or richmond Richmond Public Library Paintings, photography, mixed media, pottery and sculpture. 101 E. Franklin St., 646-4740 or 1708 Gallery Artist-run, contemporary regional and national work. Also hosts InLight, a high-wattage

contemporary-art exhibition. 319 W. Broad St., 643-1708 or Studio/Gallery 6 A working studio and exhibit space for Todd Hale, a mixed-media artist. Opened for First Fridays Art Walk or by appointment. 6 E. Broad St., Second Floor, Uptown Gallery Works by more than 30 local artists who create with varied media and techniques. 1305 W. Main St., 353-8343 or uptownartgallery. com. Visual Arts Center of Richmond Child and adult classes as well as exhibits. 1812 W. Main St., 3530094 or Visual Art Studio Custom original artwork by local and regional artists. 208 W. Broad St., 644-1368 or Virginia Center for Architecture Visiting exhibitions, tours, and educational programs. 2501 Monument Ave., 644-3041 or virginiaarchitecture. org. Virginia Museum of Fine Arts One of the finest art museums in the country, with internationally renowned collections. 200 N. Boulevard, 340-1400 or The Whitley Gallery Art by and about those in the criminal justice system. 29 N. 17th St., 343-0027. Wilton Companies Gallery Part of the University of Richmond downtown campus. 626 E. Broad St., 955-4010 or MECHANICSVILLE Windemere Art Gallery 6162 Mechanicsville Turnpike, Mechanicsville, 730-0384. NORTH SIDE Ginter Gallery Located inside the botanical garden’s education building, this space features rotating work inspired by nature. 1800 Lakeside Ave., 262-9887 or Old World Prints Ltd. An extensive collection of

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Cultural Arts Center at Glen Allen Rotating exhibits in the Gumenick Family Gallery and Slantwall Gallery. 2880 Mountain Road, 261-ARTS (2787) or For Art’s Sake Works by owner Anne Chaddock and bimonthly rotating exhibitions by professional local and regional artists. 8538 Patterson Ave., 7401400 or Frame of Mind Fine art and framing. 4818 Grove Ave., 359-0060. Gallery 5800 Local and regional art. 5800 Grove Ave., 285-0774 or Jack Kreuter Jewelers 6231 River Road, 288-3900. Sara D. November Gallery Ten shows per year that focus on Jewish and general art themes. Weinstein JCC, 5403 Monument Ave., 288-6091 or Spirit of Art Fine art, ceramics and woodcarvings. 3459 W. Cary St., 353-0064 or spiritofartgallery. com. Stanley Antiques and Fine Art This new gallery features rotating exhibits as well as fine art and antiques. 5612 Grove Ave., 288-2011 or University of Richmond Museums Enjoy the Joel and Lila Harnett Museum of Art, the Joel and Lila Harnett Print Study Center, and the Lora Robins Gallery of Design From Nature. University of Richmond, 289-8276 or West End Gallery Fine art and custom framing, featuring works by local and international artists. 9754 Gayton Road, 740-1569 or westendframing. com. M o n tp e l i e r Montpelier Center for Arts and Education Music performances, art exhibits and community events. 17205 Mountain Road, Montpelier, 883-7378 or

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Heather Riley and Milka Bliznakov, founder of the International Archive of Women in Architecture

ABOVE: An installation titled “100 Postcards: A Glimpse into the IAWA Center,” created by Virginia Tech students based on their research of female architects LEFT: The Virginia Center for Architecture on Monument Avenue


ABOVE: “Glass Ceilings” celebrates the seldom-recognized contributions of women in architecture. RIGHT: Model of Garvey Residence in Amagansett (Long Island), N.Y., 1984-1987 by Susana Torre, IAWA, Special Collections, Virginia Tech


Closing the Gap Women in Architecture By Courtney Crane Dauer


n a show to celebrate women in architecture, “Glass Ceilings,” the Virginia Center for Architecture has assembled work from barrier-busting pioneers such as Mary Brown Channel, the first female architect registered in Virginia; Lois Gottlieb, an apprentice to Frank Lloyd Wright; and Lilia Sofer Skala, who fled the Nazis with her architecture portfolio under her arm. “This exhibition, which is a world premiere, is invigorating to the profession,” says curator Donna Dunay, an architecture professor at Virginia Tech and chair of its International Archive of Women in Architecture Center. “Our mission is to preserve art and stories and to tell the stories behind the drawings. We’re filling a historic gap.” The show will run until June 6 at the Virginia Center for Architecture.


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The skyline of Philadelphia, Pa., along the Schuylkill River


Philadelphia Freedom On the whole, I’d rather be in Philly By Maureen L. Egan

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hiladelphia has much more to offer than a storied past — from lavish art and eclectic restaurants to a walkable center city. On a recent visit, I saw present-day Philly at its vibrant and varied best.

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STAY The classy and comfortable Latham Hotel (above, 135 S. 17th St., 877-528-4261 or, rooms from $139), an architecturally interesting historic landmark just off Rittenhouse Square, boasts ornate public rooms and cozy Victorian-decorated bedrooms. A smaller boutique hotel, Rittenhouse 1715 (1715 Rittenhouse Square, 877-791-6500 or ritten, rooms from $249 ), provides an oasis of quiet in the city in a restored turn-of-thelast-century carriage house. A bounteous breakfast is included, and the rooms are plush and inviting, with triple-sheeted beds and elegant bathrooms. 

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Who needs Europe? Ten minutes outside Philly you’ll find The Barnes Foundation Galleries and Arboretum (300 North Latch’s Lane, Merion, Pa., 610-667-0290 or barnesfoundation. org, $15, reservations required ) and its astounding collection of artworks by Renoir, Matisse, Picasso, Van Gogh, Monet and more. Dr. Albert Barnes was known for incorporating his vast array of paintings and artifacts into “ensembles” for educational purposes. My favorites are the large Renoir nudes that hang above two outlandishly bigseated wooden chairs. Comfy. What happens when you take a building and mosaic the hell out of it — inside and out? At Philadelphia’s Magic Gardens (1020 South St., 215-733-0390 or phillymagicgardens. org; admission: adults $4, children 6 to 12 $2, children 5 and under free), Isaiah Zagar has covered every inch of the building and courtyard with tile, bike wheels and glass. Jaw-dropping, eye-popping, neck-straining and wonderful, it’s 3-D graffiti, with the coolest bathroom in Philly.

Starting at downtown and then for the next 18 miles to Valley Forge, it’s possible to bike the paved path along the Schuylkill River without fearing autos (Human Zoom, 4159

Boathouse Row


Magic Gardens

SHOP Joseph Fox Bookshop (1724 Sansom St., 215-563-4184 or foxbookshop. com) is everything a bookstore ought to be. Known for its architecture books, its fiction and children’s sections are impressive as well. I admit it. Egan Day (260 S. 16th St., 267-773-8833 or is my sister Kate’s spare, sleek jewelry store. But it won Best of Philly ’09 for fine jewelry, so I’m not alone in thinking the store is a work of art. As the exclusive Philadelphia representative of renowned artists Ted Muehling, Gabriella Kiss and others, Egan Day is filling a niche in Philly with exquisitely made objects.

Main St., 215-487-7433 or Inline skaters, though, are a different story. Pass Boathouse Row and bike alongside the crew teams and dragon boats for a classic Philly feel ($30 a day).

Naked Chocolate Café

Not far from Rittenhouse Square, my sisters and I shared beautiful small plates of scallops, chorizo and shrimp at Mémé (2201 Spruce St., 215-7354900 or — small enough so that we had room to try several desserts. Smart thinking (entrées from $19 to $44). Every mouthful of the blue-crab and avocado salad with fried green tomatoes and grilled hangar steak at the tiny-yet-tremendous Pumpkin Restaurant (1713 South St., 215-545-4448 or was succulent. Get dessert. You won’t be disappointed (entrées from $23 to $25; tasting menu, $35; cash only and BYOB). Naked Chocolate Café (1317 Walnut St., 215-735-7310 or naked has a jazz pianist playing at 3 p.m. on Thursday afternoons. It made stuffing my face with coconut-almond bonbons almost civilized (assorted baked goods from $2 to $6). As a reward for a long walk sightseeing, head to Franklin Fountain (116 Market St., 215-627-1899 or for old-school ice-cream creations. Sate yourself with the homemade ice cream and hot fudge, New York egg creams and seasonal, homemade pies in a classic setting (hot-fudge sundae with tax, $9).

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6 to 8 p.m. Ruth & Ollie, 3445 W. Cary St. For more details, call 288-3360 or go to

THE FAN WOMEN’S CLUB KITCHEN AND GARDEN TOUR Contemporary living meets historic preservation in this annual tour. 1 to 6 p.m. $15 in advance/$12 per person for groups of 10 or more/$20 the day of the tour. For more information, go to


THE 16TH ANNUAL MUSEUM DISTRICT MOTHER’S DAY HOUSE & GARDEN TOUR A Richmond tradition featuring the charm, architecture and style of the neighborhood west of the Boulevard. 1 to 5 p.m. $20 or $25 day of the tour. For more information, go to museum

Owners of the successful home-furnishings company, Mitchell Gold+Bob Williams, Gold (right) and Williams have also written a new book, The Comfortable Home: How to Invest in Your Nest and Live Well for Less (Clarkson Potter). R•Home had a chance to catch up with them and ask a few questions. R•HOME: What was your impetus in writing this book? Bob Williams: We really wanted to create a book to help people get started decorating their home. We want people to make a list of basic questions to ask themselves: What do they really want this room to do? R•HOME: Is that the very first thing you should do? Bob: Definitely. You know, a lot of people think, “I can start with the color” or other things, but we really encourage people to sit back . . . by answering some of those basic questions, they can start designing a room that really fits. R•HOME: What’s the next step? Mitchell Gold: In the book, there’s lots of pictures of rooms for people to take a look at and say, “Wow! That’s really something that resonates with me — that’s something I like.” Look for rooms you like ... look around, look at pictures, look at our book, and To read the if there are things you really like, try to entire interview mimic it. with Mitchell Gold Bob: An easy way to do that is to create and Bob Williams, a notebook and start tearing out images go to rhomemag. from magazines. When you’ve got a com. couple of pages full, you’ll start to notice a little bit of a theme. Use these [images] for inspiration . . . you’re not going to find the exact same sofa or table or lamp, but it gives you a direction.


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HISTORIC GINTER PARK HOME & GARDEN TOUR It’s “A Journey back in Time,” and antique cars will be parked outside of the houses on this year’s garden and house tour (four interiors, nine gardens and one house-and-garden combo) in the North Side neighborhood. Noon to 5 p.m. $12 or $15 the day of the tour. For more information, contact Wendy Kleinfeld at, 321-0800 or go to


TO 8/15 “TIFFANY: COLOR AND LIGHT” More than 170 objects such as lamps, windows, mosaics, jewelry and lighting fixtures will be on display. It will be the only U.S. stop on the show’s schedule. Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, 200 N. Boulevard. $15; $12 for groups, seniors, students and children ages 7 to 17; free to members and children under 6.

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Make like a Fellini character in the Stella 150, a scooter with a classic design, eco-friendly mileage (75 to 90 miles per gallon) and a fairly wallet-friendly price ($3,599). Available at Scoot Richmond. or 230-1000. —CNC

In creating the “recessionista” bouquet, florist Sarah Pollard Chiffriller gives a nod to today’s economic climate by providing a budget-friendly option for lovers of fresh flowers. While certainly not overpowering in size, the $20 arrangement, which includes seasonal blooms grown locally at Tuckahoe Plantation, serves as the perfect pick-me-up for a bedside table or powder room. Available at Fraîche boutique, 304 Libbie Ave., every Friday or at —Katherine Houstoun

7 TRAINING THE CONSUMER As a young apprentice, Tim McCready was given the task of making 100 pencil-post beds. “It was the exact antithesis of the romance of woodworking, but I learned a lot,” he says. Seventeen years later, McCready has his own shop, Bankston & Bailey Fine Furniture & Architectural Woodworking, in Scott’s Addition where he makes one-of-a-kind commissioned pieces. He’s now sharing his expertise in four-week classes for two students at a time, because he loves his craft and hopes it will not fade as we focus on the bottom line. Students make whatever they like – a poplar corner desk and a maple coffee table are two recent student projects – and no doubt leave with an appreciation of the craft. Classes, $450, include instruction, shop access and supplies; students provide the lumber. Contact him at 357-2111 or read his blog at —Elizabeth Woodroof Cogar


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Richmonder Debi Shawcross discovered an available spot at the crowded foodpersonality table – supper clubs – and she’s capitalizing on it with a book and Web component, just in time for the recession’s home-entertaining kick. The West End

difficult for them,” she says. To make entertaining easy, she’s added shortcuts to, including wine pairings, iTunes playlists and tablescape ideas. And if you like a tablescape, she’ll sell it to you in her product section. Shawcross will be on Martha Stewart radio on June 26 — watch your back, Martha. —CNC

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The Inconstant Gardener Coming to terms with a brown thumb By Maureen L. Egan


omehow in the spring it feels okay to write about all the plants I’ve killed. Looking outside at the lifeaffirming horticultural frenzy popping out all over eases my guilt (and the chances I’ll get caught). If PETA ever changes its name to Plants: Ethical Treatment Also, I’m in trouble. But for now, no one’s going to notice the corpses of abandoned cyclamen and oxalis in my yard amid the profusion of blooms outside. Spring actually makes me feel a bit bold. So I’ve murdered some plants, your honor. Prove it. I’ve killed an orchid, but really, who hasn’t? I don’t blame myself so much as the dead-end apartment we lived in at the time — all concrete and no natural light to speak of. Not even a petunia could hang on in there. How my husband and I did for two years I’ll never know. Honestly, though, behind the bravado is a bucketload of guilt. Had I filled the bucket with water instead, there wouldn’t be a problem, but I hate to water plants. Don’t really know why. Outside I’m a practitioner of tough love. I’ll plant you and water you at first, but pretty soon you’re just going to have to suck it up, so to speak. Every once in a while, during a prolonged dry period, the guilt of spending money on azaleas and leaving them to wither gets to me, so I’ll head down to the creek with a bucket and do my penance. But when the drought is bad enough, there’s nothing to squeeze out of the creek, so hey, who needs a drink more, the residents of metro Richmond or these azaleas? That helps make me feel downright upright about not watering. Mainly, I’m lazy, I guess, and ornery, too. In my defense I’d like to add that I am usually dehydrated myself, so at least I’m consistent. I’m just not the watering kind. I could use Willie Nelson warbling some background music here: “To all the plants I’ve killed before. The ones I shouldn’t have let in the door. Guess you helped my breath (sorry ’bout your death). To all the plants I’ve killed before … ”


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I did love them all and have spent many a happy moment wandering about the Great Big Greenhouse looking for my next victim — I mean, purchase. It’s a wonder they let me bring things home from there anymore. I expect to see a photo of me next to the register: “Don’t accept this woman’s checks, cash or credit cards.” But I’ve loved and lost. I’ve also hated and not lost. Several years back, nice people sent us two huge peace lilies after other nice people died. After years and years of neglect, these ugly things won’t die, and it’s killing me. They sure as heck aren’t living the life, but I can’t tell if they’re experiencing an agonizing, drawn-out death or an agonizing, never-ending life. Either way, I’d just as soon they’d be done with it. But see, like lots of murderers, I’m actually quite soft-hearted. I can’t bring myself to bring them to the compost heap. No good reason, except that I believe they are only, as Billy Crystal said in The Princess Bride, “Mostly dead.” So I can’t pull the trigger, and here they stay, unconvincingly impersonating plant life. Lately, perhaps in a fit of revenge, one of my favorite plants has turned against me. Walking into my kitchen every morning is becoming a downer. The lucky bamboo that was so happy to see me last summer when I brought it home has taken a turn for the worse. Quite literally. I fear it’s suicidal. It’s not exactly contributing to the feng shui around here. I suppose it’s under a lot of stress, living with a plant murderer and all, and so miserable on my cold kitchen windowsill, it’s twisted itself into an impressive knot. But now it’s heading downward, the wrong way on a one-way street to where the sun don’t shine, about to plunge off the windowsill straight down into the garbage disposal. I’ve seen Little Shop of Horrors and The Attack of the Killer Tomatoes. I’m afraid my luck is about to turn and the plants are plotting against me. Something tells me this doesn’t bode well for my ancient and unlucky sewer line. Those plants really know how to hurt a girl.

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