No More Muffin Tops!
NO ZIPPERS! NO BUTTONS! NO FUSS!
Great Styling. Extraordinary comfort. True fit.
Norwalk Furniture has a history of being one of the most prolific and esteemed furniture companies in America. With nearly 300 furniture frame choices and over 800 upholstery fabrics, you are sure to find the perfect piece for your decor.
Made in the USA.
John Boos & Co.
It was Conrad Boos who first invented what would become the original Boos Block®. The original Boos Block was made from sycamore harvested from local forests near Effingham, IL.
Great Feel... Perfect Fit.
A Balanced Approach to Fashion.
At Clay & Cotton Kirkwood, we believe fashion must be fun, chic, flattering and comfortable. Each piece should instill an easy confidence in the wearer. We search for apparel that is unique without being outrageous; flattering without being constricting; chic without being pretentious.ALEMBIKA | JAG | COMFY USA | IGUANA | TULIP
Alembika Clothing is innovative, supple & forward thinking apparel.
a family tradition in rug making...
What we're all about...
There are no rules here. We have beautiful things at Clay & Cotton; colorful area rugs, custom furniture, pillows & throws of all kinds. We are also well-known around town for our stylish, comfortable women’s clothing & accessories. The ideas of quality, comfort & beauty are what guide us in our search for products. Come to Kirkwood and experience our uniquely colorful world.
Meet Local Artist
Please welcome LaVie Collections and its creator, Linda Vanover. Her studio, in rural Missouri, overlooks the Mississippi River which would be incentive enough for most to find creative motivation. But for Linda, her everyday experience also help find inspiration to create. Linda has incorporated her love of knitting, crocheting, and braiding into many of her pieces.
Linda prefers to use materials such as silver, brass, copper, unique gemstones & unusual yarns as well as more pedestrian materials such as wire & beads into her work. We have approximately 15 pieces of LaVie Collections Jewelry in store including necklaces & bracelets. Some of which are inspired by a Japanese braiding technique called “KumiHimo“.