1400 South 348th Street, Federal Way, WA, US, 98003
- Phone: (253) 835-4141
- Fax: (253) 835-4157
Like the other shops in the charming town of Edmonds, this bridal boutique is fun to browse. Offering the newest designs in couture as well as in-house designs, this place delights brides-to-be. Compared with other wedding boutiques in the area, Elaine's prices are truly great deals. The shop carries accessories such as headpieces, veils, shoes and petticoats. Also get in-house alterations, a convenience when buying a wedding gown or bridesmaids' dresses here. Elaine's of Edmonds has now merged with La Belle Marieé and has wonderful bridal selections.
This store offers a large selection of Christian-themed books and Bibles. Here you will find everything from Bible storybooks for children to in-depth treatments of religious subjects by classic and contemporary theologists and apologists. You will also find a wide assortment of prayer books, rosaries, cards, scripture plaques and religious artwork at Kaufer's Religious Supplies. The shop has been supplying its patrons with materials to assist their spiritual journey since 1904. Free parking is available. Kaufer's also has a sister store in Spokane, check website for information.
Looking for rare and beautiful antiques, Jean Williams Antiques is the best bet. From towering armoires to delicate sconces, the variety available is truly astonishing. French, English, and Biedermeier furniture pieces are found in abundance. The collection is so impressive that the local designers head here for their shopping.
If you're looking for a bottle of wine look no further then Soul Wine Shop. Here you can buy an award winning French wine or discover a rather unknown delicious local wine. The service is both friendly and knowledgeable, and can help you find the perfect wine for any occasion. If you come on Wednesday through Saturday stop by their tasting bar to try select wines. One specific wine will have a complimentary tasting, but you'll be charged a reasonable price for the other selected wines. Soul Wine Shop also hosts great events.
Located in a giant three-floored, warehouse-like building, Antique Liquidators brims with 19th century ancient French furniture, oil paintings, jewelry and even cutlery. Unlike most antique shops, Antique Liquidators does not overwhelm, but in fact makes you feel comfortable in its friendly venue. A discount is never too far from this antique shop, which makes it a popular establishment among budding heirloom collectors. Antique Liquidators is nothing short of a treasure trove, full of collectibles and bygone delights.
Once a decaying stretch of soup kitchens, parking lots and warehouses, this northern half of Downtown is now peppered with outposts of chic. Nightclubs like Crocodile Cafe and Sit 'n' Spin rival the noisy glory of Pioneer Square, and restaurants like Shiro's attract crowds of urban 30-somethings. Funky salons and furniture shops fill the old warehouses, and condo developments sprout over deserted lots. Also check out Speakeasy Cafe and 211 Billiard Club.
Kuhlman is all about the latest in fashion! A small boutique in Belltown, this is the light at the end of the tunnel for the fashion-starved local male population. The store is popular for its hard to find designer names and custom-made clothes. Owner Scott Cullman is an expert with the needle and his custom-made suits are crafted to perfection. The store does offer a small selection for women as well, but keeps the men well in the limelight.
This fun store and its wares match its off-beat but up-beat neighborhood. Search the racks and you will find a fascinating and eclectic mix of styles and fashions including great fake furs, dressy gowns, hats and casual wear. Whether you want retro frumpy or contemporary slick, the store has your look. It also carries jewelry and features items from local designers, including Alicia Wullum, Cicada, Donna Rambo and others.
Need a punk rock fix? This little record store called Singles Going Steady holds back a tide of pop music commercialism with its studded collars and racks of vinyl. There's plenty here to outfit the aspiring rocker: CDs, T-shirts, posters, armbands and patches, much metal paraphernalia and much more. The shop specializes in independent and hard-to-find labels with good selections of street punk, anarcho/grind, ska, garage, rockabilly and hip-hop. The shop also pays fair prices for used punk gear and records in good condition. Buy tickets to local punk events as well.
David Smith and Company brings to you a world of rare antiquated furniture which will not just please the collector in you but will also enhance your homely interiors with an exotic addition. The style and class in the furniture on display, is hard to miss. Ancient Japanese woodwork or the burnished metal chairs will make you stand up taller to take a proper look. Like any antique shop, the rates can always be on the higher end. However, you can pick out a few items at a relatively discounted price during winters.