The variety of shopping and dining choices in Wimberley continues to expand.
Cowboy boots to Rieker imported footware. Mexican folk art and Bronze Life Size Sculptures. Visit Wimberley for a unique and memorable shopping experience.
Rancho Deluxe - Ranch Decor and More
Shopping at Rancho Deluxe is a unique experience offering a variety of decorative rustic, ranch and folk art to accessorize your home or give as gifts. Shop in our friendly and easily accessible shop on the Square in Wimberley near the banks of scenic Cypress Creek, our knowledgeable staff are always available to assist you.
We're here to make cooking an enjoyable adventure! You'll find plenty of kitchen inspiration in our carefully curated selection of best quality cookware, bakeware, tools, gadgets, and gourmet foods. We'll greet you with a smile, provide a delightful shopping experience delivered with outstanding service. We think you'll enjoy visiting us at Kiss The Cook in Wimberley, TX -- where "Heaven meets the Hills."
We promise to go that "extra mile" to make you feel good about the products we sell, and the time you spend in our store. Our greatest joy is hearing people say, "I love this store!"
aka 'Nacho Ordinary Wood Turner' spent years creating unique and beautiful wood furniture but when introduced to polychromatic turning his craft turned into art. Also known as segmented turning, it is a process which involves gluing up multiple pieces of wood to create patterns and visual effects in turned projects.
Each piece is created with painstaking care and intricacy. Creations vary from multi layered bowls to whimsical insects constructed with hundreds of hand fitted segments.
Starting with a concept, followed by the selection of woods, computer assisted rendering, hours upon hours of intricate wood working followed by assembly, lathe turning and finally hand finishing each unique piece meets the highest of wood working standards. Offering dozens of various pieces as well as accepting commissioned work, Mack's work will be appreciated for generations to come.
Back in 1990 we started farming when we bought 12 acres in the Texas Hill Country and put up a greenhouse. Gradually, we've increased our land holdings to almost 90 acres. We have about 20 acres in field cultivation, and also grow in 22 greenhouses and cold frames. We've expanded every year to keep up with the demand for our flowers. Both Pamela and Frank are active in the promotion and education of cut flower growing, including serving as board members for the Association of Speciality Cut Flower Growers.