The genial staff at Homestead Decor helps transform dull domiciles into homey hotspots with an eye-popping variety of furniture, fresh floral arrangements, and accessories for both homes and offices. Gift ideas abound within a tremendously vibrant showroom that lures wandering eyes with multicolored candles, Bonn Bonn jewelry, and Vera Bradley handbags. A collection of Sister's Gourmet snacks fuels fruitful conversations during casual get-togethers, and an array of gifts for babies allows newborns to enter the world in style. The shop also stocks cleaning products and bath wares to make homes and bodies spotless, like a freshly squeegeed giraffe.
An affordable and monumental selection of plush beds, sturdy end tables, and stylish home accessories mingle good-naturedly in Ashley Furniture HomeStore’s warehouse. Pick up a Matrix accent chair in a bevy of academic hues, such as scarlet, black, and chocolate brown, then use it to accent your next book-club meeting’s discussion of Lego Star Wars. Ashley Furniture's wide selection of sofas ($299+) make symbiotic pairs with night stands and side tables (available for under $100). Augment somnolence and fill the skeletal squares of empty bed frames with mattress sets from household brands such as Simmons and Ashley's own Ashley Sleep.
Josh Erdman has had many nicknames in his life—Erdman, Nerd Man, and Herd Man to name a few. But the one that stuck was Erdye, and it became the tag for his residential and commercial pest-control business. He and his crew of insured technicians can treat for an array of intruders, ranging from bedbugs and mice to former pest-control technicians intent on revenge.
Packer City Antiques stocks its aisles with Green Bay Packers memorabilia and keepsakes. Plaques honor team stalwarts, such as Aaron Rodgers and Clay Mathews ($23.95 each), 8"x10" color photos of Packers players ($4.95 each) can be cut down into wallet-size photos showing only the players' eyes, Packers bobbleheads ($19.95 each) agree with anything you tell them, and vintage team yearbooks show which players won "Best Tickler."