In their perch above Vineyard 55, Spa Vino on Calhoun’s expert staff provide clients with Eastern- and Western-inspired beauty treatments ranging from acupuncture and massages to HydraFacials and vinotherapy skincare, which incorporates grapes, grape seeds, and wine. While waiting for their waxing, spray-tanning, or microdermabrasion appointments, visitors can catch breezes and sip complimentary refreshments on the spa’s front porch. Spa Vino on Calhoun’s tranquil interior might remind clients of their own homes, with comfy treatment rooms and bare spots on the walls where each client’s family portrait could hang.
Owner Jim Carpenter opened the first Wild Birds Unlimited shop in Indianapolis in 1981 in order to turn his love of nature and bird watching into a full-time career. Today, Wild Birds Unlimited has spread to more than 275 stores across the United States and Canada, with each location helmed by avid ornithological enthusiasts. Wild Birds Unlimited visitors find a huge inventory of quality bird and bird-watching supplies, from feeders to birdbaths to binoculars. Guides make short work of identifying feathered tree dwellers, and the store's special seeds help attract elusive birds, such as the Boston Larry.
Year Round Pool builds quality custom pools and spas with uniquely exciting designs for the discriminating customer. We provide expert repairs, reliable cleaning services for pools as well as three convenient retail locations to supply all of your pool needs.
24e outfits living spaces and offices with a slew of high-end living-space accouterments including a rotating selection of inimitable vintage and mid-century modern furniture in its ample attic space. Guests can amble around new products such as the Kendra two-drawer night table ($125) or the Serenity rectangular dresser mirror ($140) that gives patrons one last look at themselves before leaving for work at the mirror factory. The Aldo end table ($470) spruces up living rooms with its geometric design, and the translucent Casper dining chairs ($275) lend dining-room collections a ghostly panache.