If you can imagine it, Wood With A Past probably can create it. The business, with locations in Hartville and Powell, specializes in custom furniture, flooring and home accents crafted by Amish carpenters in Sugarcreek. Everything is made using reclaimed wood from Ohio barns.
From Barbies to books, from to dinosaurs to dominoes, Sir Troy’s is well-stocked and not just at Christmas. It has the latest in Playmobil toys, as well as such old-school items as Monopoly and Etch-A-Sketch.
Redbar Clothing got its start because Caroline Zenia kept getting compliments about what she was wearing. In 2001, she was ordering and storing items in her parents’ home. Today, she’s running her own shop at 943 S Main Street in North Canton and launching a website to sell the items internationally.
It is fitting that the new building that houses Julz by Alan Rodriguez resembles a shiny gift box. The city’s only downtown jeweler moved into a new location at 537 Cleveland Avenue NW in July after 12 years in the Millennium Building on Market Avenue North.
Hartville MarketPlace is three acres of indoor shopping where customers can find “makers, bakers and more all year round.” “Inside the MarketPlace, we’ve got more than 60 boutique style shops,” said Kirk Greaves, marketing and event coordinator for the two-story MarketPlace.
GSV Design Group, in Plain Township, has been making customers look and feel their best since 1992. The Aveda concept salon strives to make every visit comfortable and relaxing and boasts a knowledgeable, friendly staff.
Face it, there are lots of places to buy a bottle of wine. At Avenue Wine Shop, “it’s more personable,” said Tony Antoniades, who 22 years ago bought the store at 1728 Cleveland Avenue NW with his wife, Theresa. “I get people from all over who enjoy coming here who want a little knowledge about wine and some service that they don’t get at the box stores.
Looking for a holiday gift for a kid or teenager? How about giving them the opportunity to burn off their wintertime adrenaline? SkyMax Trampoline Arena, at 7585 Freedom Avenue NW in Jackson Township, offers nearly 27,000 square feet of high-flying activities for all ages, shapes and ability levels.