A unique women's clothing boutique serving customers throughout Lexington and all of Central Kentucky.
We are an eclectic mix of traditional, modern, and contemporary furniture as well as unique and hard to find furniture and accessories. Gently used and well maintained, our inventory offers unique, quality pieces at a fraction of market value. You can decorate your entire house in one easy stop at an incredibly low price. Established in 1991 and locally owned and operated by Dennis and Dottie Gibbs, our store has grown from 1,800 square feet to over 15,000 square feet at our 2550 Regency Road store. We also have an additional 6,000 square feet at our 507 E. 3rd Street store.
APPLIANCE PRO has been family owned and operated since its inception in 2006.With a caring tradition built on honesty, integrity and exceptional customer service. Appliance Pro sells quality brand appliances you can depend on. Formerly known as Higgins KRI we continue with the history of over 64 years experience with our sales and management staff.
We’re proud of our association with Nationwide Marketing Group, a 12 billion dollar buying group, which brings you the combined power of thousands of retail stores across the country. This huge “buying power” is passed along to you by means of lower competitive prices on the finest name brand products in the nation.
Appliance Pro specializes in new and "SCRATCH & DENT" home appliances. We have the largest selection in Central Kentucky with over 500 appliances on display on our showroom floor.Appliance Pro offers the lowest prices on the brands we represent. We will price match as well, just bring in your quote and we will be happy to match the price.
Our continuous sales training gives us the knowledge and expertise to educate you on the different brands and models we carry so that we can help you make a wise decision on your major appliance purchase. We also offer extended warranties, financing and hold special promotions and have rebates throughout the year.
The goal of Appliance Pro is to provide an exceptional customer experience by helping you find the best selection, at the best value.We strive to be your family’s appliance connection for life.
Artique began in 1980 by owners Mike and Kathy Stutland in the Lexington Convention Center. They have nurtured a small boutique into a nationally recognized American craft gallery, with a special affinity for Kentucky arts. 1996 brought the opening of a second store at Lexington Green. Artique is an experience not to be missed.
Started in 1922, Barney Miller’s is now a leader in the state for design, programming, installation and service of electronic systems for both home and business, carrying the leading brands in our industry from control systems, music, video, networking and automation. Our showroom allows clients to experience technologies before you have them installed.
Family owned and operated distributor of green cleaning supplies, compostable foodservice products, recyclable packaging products, and additional products for your business. Same day delivery available to our Lexington customers!
Big Bang Customs was started in 1998 by Husband and Wife Alan & Kenitha Proctor. After spending several years in the industry they decided it was time to give the textile community what it sorely lacked, a screen printing & embroidery operation that schedules properly, offers exceptional quality, and meets deadlines every time. This business was built around the simple belief that hard work and treating customers right will lead to success.
Big Bang Customs' constant strive to be at the forefront of the industry has lead them to purchase the best equipment the industry has to offer. All of the equipment used in our screen printing facility is manufactured by Brown. They are the industry leader in textile printing equipment and that’s what our customers deserve.
Our shop includes one 8 head Brown Manual press which delivers very detailed, consistent, high quality prints. With this machine we can easily print over 1,000 garments a day.
What good is a print if it comes off in the wash? Our 20ft Brown Radicure Dryer ensures all ink is cured to stay on the garment for years to come.
We’ve handpicked our favorite inks from industry leading manufacturers One Stroke & Textile.
Not only do we use the best equipment, we only employee industry professionals. Our staff has the experience and the desire to give you a product that you can be proud of.
We’ve made it our mission to provide our customers with a great product at a fair price and delivered on time. We’re truly passionate about what we do. Trust us with your business and you won’t be disappointed!
For over twenty years, Black Swan has promoted the talents of local Kentucky authors, as well as hosting nationally recognized authors, both established and upcoming.
Just as we sell through the Internet, we also offer special ordering services to our customers to provide a wider base of out-of-print and specialized titles, bindings, and publishers.
Blake Snyder Eames is a professional artist who has exhibited her work in multiple venues for more than 20 years. Her paintings, design, murals and furniture pieces can be found in homes, businesses and collections across the country. Her style is pop art infused and art deco inspired resulting in vibrant patterns that inspire the senses and soothe the mind’s desire for structure. Well known for her bold, geometric paintings, Eames is also the owner of Blake Eames Design, an independent enterprise specializing in commercial and residential interior design and furniture redesign. Her art and design studio are housed in a refurbished gas station on Old Vine Street in downtown Lexington.
In her art, Eames strives for a graphic perfection, by lining textural dots of paint interwoven with bursts of color that create angles for the eye to follow, generating movement that integrates all levels of the composition. Inter- visible objects, or those that share a direct line of sight with one another, propel the viewer in new directions and draw him/her in more deeply, where the visceral appeal to the eye becomes a mental investigation of process. Eames’s pristine hand fabrication conveys the artistic energy of the pieces, sometimes amplified and sometimes subdued, but always evolving and progressing into it’s final form. Color as subject is also a product of mood and further inspires the viewer to see what can be, to evaluate the environment in a new way, and to delight in the unexpected. Eames is a lifelong resident of Lexington, Kentucky, where she lives with her musician husband, Willie Eames and their two children in a century-old restored house downtown.