There are artifacts of interest for every room in the house in this roomy emporium, a block west of the Woodland Opera House. The inventory is remarkably eclectic: if you are in the market for frosted glass martini shaker circa 1948, or a solid wood Chesterfield (no veneers here), you will probably find one. The proprietors buy English antique furniture in bulk every few months. An entire house can be elegantly furnished. Also, there is a complete repair and restoration shop on the premises.
The store has plenty of natural light filtering in from the floor-to-ceiling windows, giving the entire atmosphere a more pleasant (and not to mention, flattering) feel. The selection of women's clothing, blouses, skirts, dresses, pants for both casual and more formal occasions, is eclectic and includes such natural fabrics as flax, cotton and silk. The store has a diverse selection of matching accessories and costume jewelry.
Since 1972, Tom and Barbara Bertrand have been living their dream of "sharing their knowledge and expertise with fellow clock lovers." In the past, shoppers have been satisfied with fascinating selection of grandfather, wall, mantle and cuckoo clocks as well as the expert service. Clock repair plus engraving and shipping is available. The clock technicians will even come to your home to fix your clocks, and of course, they always have the time for you.
T. J. Crafters Showplace is a fun place which offers more than 3,500-square-feet of gifts, all handmade by some 130 local and nationally known artisans. Displayed in theme and boutique style with special attention to seasonal designs, shoppers will find arts, crafts, home decor, furniture, fine art and collectibles galore. Displays of floral arrangements, furniture, ceramics and woodcrafts are guaranteed to send you home with plenty of home decorating ideas, if not a carload of bargains. If you do not see what you want, the store welcomes special requests for custom creations.
5975 Birdcage Centre Lane Citrus Heights, CA 95610
If strolling among fascinating stores and shops in a beautifully landscaped, modern outdoor shopping mall is your thing, you will fall in love with Bird Cage center. Located right across Sunrise Boulevard from the always more crowded Sunrise Mall, this newly renovated mall does not have true "anchor" stores, but features Toys R Us and Target Greatland on the corners. In between, wander into Barnes & Noble/Starbucks, Cost Plus World Markets and speciality shops. Along the walk, shoppers find ample eating opportunities from snacks to fine restaurants.
This compact shop manages to convey a sense of elegant simplicity and spaciousness. Like an upscale art gallery, the décor is neutral beige and off-white. The proprietor designs her personal line of ready-to-wear ensembles, separates and accessories. She has a wide variety of dresses, blouses, jackets, tank tops, camisoles, pants, and slacks that have drawn a loyal following to her label. The materials used to make the apparel ranges from taffeta to lace, silks, cotton and wool. Riki has a nice selection of accessories for your new clothes. This shop has expanded to include three other boutiques in the Northern California area, in Sacramento, Berkeley, and San Francisco.
Hasting' Back Porch is a cozy antique shop. Upon entering, you will get a sense of the care and craft that went into producing the house wares, furniture, dinnerware, toiletries and other antiques piled from the floor to the ceiling. A very popular item is a stereo viewer (circa 1889), complete with hundreds of double-imaged post cards depicting wonders of the 19th century. The inventory includes a large selection of brass, pewter, silver and other metal dinnerware as well as costume jewellery and old books.
This popular mall has more than 110 stores and up to 7,500 parking spaces. Sears, J.C. Penney, and two Macy's stores anchor the Mall and are joined by a wide selection of clothing, candy and gift outlets. You will find plenty to eat, from fast food to casual dining, throughout the mall. It also hosts many arts and craft festivals, and flea markets as well as seasonal local events.
Depending on the translation or version of Bible you are looking for, you will probably find it in this small shop. The store has more than 50 different editions of the Bible. There is a large theology section featuring works of interest to Christians of diverse backgrounds. The Open Bible has a large selection of religious greeting cards for all occasions from weddings to birthdays. In addition, you will find a selection of religious stories as well as the bible on cassette.
Anchored by three large department stores and a discount outlet, this mall on the southern outskirts of Woodland has a lot to offer shoppers. There are outlets of clothes for both men and women. A bookstore, gift shops, an optometrist, beauty shops and an electronics store are examples of other stores in this mall. Several local and chain restaurants provide everything from pizza to donuts in the food court, which is also the site of occasional concerts.
This shop's wide selection of New Age necessities stands out
in contrast to its historic Old Sacramento surroundings. Aromatherapy, wind chimes, crystals, incense, candles, Tarot and jewelry are all represented. For the bedroom, a nice selection of Celtic pattern ...
This upscale gift shop has a vast array of glass
works, soaps, scented candles, body creams, essential oils and aromatherapy supplies. Hand blown glass balls, tapestries and a nice selection of fountains are available as well. The beautiful amethyst ...
The owners, third generation of Skalets, of this shop design
fine handmade jewelry set with diamonds and a wide diversity of other precious gems. In consultation with the Skalet brothers, one may create custom jewelry that will truly reflect ...