Remodeling in Clovis

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Since equipping the world with its first wood-slat recliner in 1928, La-Z-Boy has branded itself as a well-known producer of high-quality furniture, including their signature recliner, loveseats, ottomans, upholstered sofas, accent tables, and much more. The Urbana oval end table ($249 and up) is genetically engineered to keep junk mail off the ground and blocks the couch's attempts to stretch out into the hall. A host of recliners, sofas, sectionals, the demi stationary chair and sleepers are also waiting to invade homes with their tasteful presence.

7202 Quaker Ave
Lubbock,
TX
US

The friendly staff at Kem’s Bed and Bath cultivates a cozy storefront replete with homey bedding, gifts, and accessories. Its colorful bedspreads show off vibrant floral designs and classic geometric patterns. For smaller, detail-oriented fixes, the staffers guide customers to the store’s collection of iPad cases, candles, clocks, and wall art. They also outfit hosts with party trays and home fragrances, allowing game nights to smell like game nights in a flower.

7306 SW 34th Ave
Amarillo,
TX
US

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.

2604 Wolflin Ave
Amarillo,
TX
US

The locally owned Durango's serves up a delectable menu of authentic Tex-Mex specialties, uniting two worlds like Texarkana or Nebraskansas. Start things off with the fresh taste of guacamole (from $2.55) or a melted cheese quesadilla ($2.09). Rich carne guisada burritos, stewed in tomato sauce and wrapped in a warm tortilla embrace, provide enough food to distract a family of hungry pythons ($7.29). Adventurous teeth can unwrap the sweet surprise of the cheese- or beef-stuffed chile rellenos, offering an explosion of flavor to marveling taste buds (from $3.90).

8004 Quaker Ave
Lubbock,
TX
US

For anyone who loved waking up to a big bowl of cereal and Saturday morning cartoons, Serios for Cereal is a dream come true. This coffee house with a twist provides a relaxing atmosphere with local art, music, and free WiFi, but instead of coffee, they specialize in cereal. The menu lists 50 name brand cereals along with five specialty and hot cereals. Patrons can also pick organic, vegan, and gluten-free options and add a touch of individuality with a choice of 30 toppings including gummy bears, apple slices, and blackberries. For the truly innovative, Serios for Cereal lets imaginations roam free, creating editable artworks such as Fruit Loop-topped muffins and Pop-Tarts drizzled with chocolate swirls in the shape of Starry Night.

1947 19th Street
Lubbock,
TX
US

The perfumers at Scents N Lotions, who founded the shop in 1992, stimulate olfactory senses with more than 400 designer-inspired perfumes, colognes, and shower gels. The scents re-create original designer fragrances at a fraction of the price, leaving guests with additional funds to spend on cloning goldfish. Each scent is blended with 25% perfume oil concentrate in order to faithfully reproduce the original fragrance. The shop's aromas are also available as bath and body oils, scented shaving gels, and scratch 'n' sniff lottery tickets.

3308 82nd St
Lubbock,
TX
US