Even before Doris Day and Rock Hudson made pillow talk the rage, people have found comfort and enjoyment from pillows of all shapes, sizes and textures. Pillows are also an easy and relatively inexpensive way to spruce up a décor, introduce pop and color into an area or just be sure there’s somewhere cozy and comfortable for people to prop their head.
With all of that in mind, T.Y. Fine Furniture’s pillow inventory has expanded dramatically. For example, we now offer over a dozen organic pillow options in various sizes. We’ve also increased our offerings to include pillows whose covers are made from wool, kapok, cotton, shredded latex, solid latex and even Verona Blends made from a mixture of these ingredients.
Colors and shapes vary, too, so you needn’t worry you’ll be going home with a ho-hum square pillow. Because we know that sometimes pillows get dirty, we made
sure to offer only pillows whose covers are removable and machine-washable.
Our pillows range in price from $79 to $169 , so their cost is as soft and welcoming as they are.
Come on in to experience the comfort of these amazingly welcoming pillows.
You’ll feel like your head is sleeping on cotton.
T.Y. Fine Furniture is putting out the call for anyone whose muscles are tired, sore, stiff or achy.
No, no, we haven’t open a yoga studio nor do we stock gluten-free treats (although Bake Me Happy, a gluten-free bakery, is located right next door). Instead, we are proud to announce the addition of DreamWave, the world’s most luxurious and magical massage chair on the market today.
The DreamWave massage chair is manufactured in Japan by Inada, a company known for its exhaustive product research and development process. The DreamWave appeals to the discriminating buyer seeking to enhance natural healing and wellness through the wondrous powers of shiatsu massage. Incredibly, the DreamWave delivers a full-body massage, which is proven to maximize relief from muscular aches and stiffness while removing tension from nerves and limbs frayed by life’s everyday challenges. The luxurious chair features mind-blowing shiatsu point detection technology that begins with a body scan. Yes! A body scan! The momentary examination then instructs the DreamWave where to massage its inhabitant, ensuring the person seated in the chair is treated to an incredibly relaxing deep tissue massage personalized to their body’s needs.
Not only does the DreamWave offer incomparable comfort, they’re good-looking, too. Manufactured from the finest leathers, the DreamWave is available in five colors, including black, red and cream.
Have you ever owned a chair backed by technical support technicians? If you buy a DreamWave by Inada, that’s exactly what you will get. If an issue with a DreamWave chair ever arises, a simple call to the company’s Chair Doctor will provide the necessary antidote, even if the chair is out of warranty.
So bring us your tired, achy and stiff muscles. No visit to T.Y. Fine Furniture is complete before you relax in our DreamWave massage chair.
You may never want to leave.
The whole process of selecting a new mattress can be intimidating and time consuming. But when you consider that you will be spending an average of 8 hours a day sleeping, it’s not a process that you want to enter into lightly. First you need to look at the important basics. Find a local dealer where you can go in and try out a different selection of mattresses. We never recommend buying a mattress sight unseen. How well is the mattress constructed? What is the warranty? Where is the mattress made? Secondly, be prepared to spend at least 20 minutes trying out each mattress. It takes time for people to relax and get comfortable in the showroom. After all, you’re going into a strange place and then you have to lie down in front of people you don’t know. Just go into the experience knowing that you will have all the time you need to try out all of the different options and ask lots of questions. Thirdly, should you get all latex, springs and latex or a traditional inner-spring mattress? For customers looking for a more form-fitting mattress with almost no motion transfer we recommend latex. For those looking to have the density of latex but with a bit more flex we recommend the latex/spring combination. Memory foam and Air mattresses are popular with many consumers; they are form fitting, and provide great support, however, both of these mattress types contain chemicals and additives that we feel are unsafe for our customers. These are not items that we carry for that reason. Of course, we are all familiar with the traditional inner-spring feel. The fourth item to consider is any health issues you may have. For example, back pain, breathing issues, and acid reflux, to name a few. For back pain we recommend a firmer feel. Breathing issues could be driven by allergies to the chemicals in your old mattress. A mattress with an adjustable base does wonders for our customers with acid reflux.
Written by Wes Miller 5/28/2015