Since 1917, Sutherlands has fostered fetching homes and lavish lawns with a multitude of garden necessities and construction supplies. A helping of sustainable Vortex potting soil ($9.99) in an ornate Monteverde rust planter ($16.99) aids newly adopted rose bushes ($7.99 each) in achieving dreams of growing into majestic redwoods. Green Max southern lawn fertilizer ($18.99) and GrubEx bug killer ($18.99) sustain and safeguard surrounding grass, and the Bond three-piece pruning combo set ($14.99) and Corona 10-foot tree pruner ($38.99) keep outdoor adornment from sprouting hazardous overgrowth or unsightly dreadlock hairstyles.
Real Deals on Home Décor is an affordable home-accessory, furniture, and decoration emporium. Because of the limited hours and nondescript exterior, shopping at Real Deals feels as exciting as finding an unlit firework in a bale of hay. Inside, accessories including mirrors ($10–$175) and lamps ($18–$70) are stylishly arranged on tables and in groupings around the store. If you're in need of shopping navigational aid, the Real Deals staff can assist by pointing you toward decorative lamps ($18–$70) and a wide variety of other home accents, such as metal art ($6–$50).
Peppermint Garden's rustic and cozy storefront houses decorations for both abodes and bodies. Parallelogram picture frames protect precious memories ($9–$39) and signs make statements such as "Bless This Home," "Welcome," and "Beware of Platypus" ($15–$50). Accent windowsills with custom floral arrangements ($21–$325) or brighten sun-fearing corners with candles ($9–$31). "Life is Good" brand clothing drapes wearers in a fuzzy sense of goodwill ($10–$95), accented by STAXX jewelry, which combines the fun of Jenga with the elegance of Jenga played with gold bars ($7–$31). The seasonal stock ensures that every home can be appropriately swathed in the metaphorical spirit of Christmas or the actual spirits of Halloween.
Tobacco Leaf Boutique’s style mavens stuff the 2,300-square-foot showroom with an ever-rotating array of quality threads for female forms seeking fashion singularity. A limited selection of each style lessens the risk of two people wearing the same astronaut suit to space-station-opening galas. Exclusive dresses ($60+) and tops ($50+) from Johnny Was or Cartise drape feminine shoulders in both dressy folds and casually winking pleats. Otherwise, jump into a pair of jeans ($60–$175) from rivet artists Dish Jeans or Velvet Heart and dazzle friends with your unusual method for putting on pants. Necklaces, bracelets, and other jewelry ($15–$150) add a glint of flickering gold to Tobacco Leaf’s chocolate crown molding, punctuated by occasional bursts of green-leafed foliage sprouting from untended display shoes.
For more than 60 years, Casey Carpet One Floor & Home has been enhancing underfoot environments with a comprehensive selection of carpets, hardwood flooring, and other floor coverings. Conceal a foundation’s bald spot with a plush floor toupee, including Millcraft’s Star Island line of carpets, featuring a sculptured, kaleidoscopic look with cut and loop pile ($2.50/ sq. ft. with five-year stain and wear warranty; $1.05+/ sq. ft. for installation) to elevate the atmosphere of any living room, office, or human-size chessboard. Alternately, hardwood options, such as Higden by Special Value—made from 3-inch engineered oak planks with a smooth finish, open grain, and medium luster ($4.78/sq. ft.; $3.91+/sq. ft. for installation)—add elegance to any room and seal in a foundation’s rich flavor. Outfit kitchens with laminates ($2.56+/sq ft.) or vinyl ($5.75+/sq. ft.), and create bathroom mosaics of an angry Poseidon to ward off plumbing troubles with 20 different styles of tile ($2.34+/sq. ft.).
Amarillo Steam Team's insured technicians have been steam-cleaning their way across the Texas panhandle since 2008. The company's efficient hot-water extraction system penetrates deep into carpet fibers and upholstery, nixing dirt and grime. Clients can also solicit Amarillo for more complicated projects, such as cleaning air ducts, restoring water damage, or electrifying rugs so no one will touch them and make them dirty.