Sit 'n Sleep's friendly staff of sleep consultants take slumber seriously, spending months to learn the ins and outs of sleep health, mattress selection, and customer service. With their extensive expertise, these wink whisperers help snoozers find the perfect person-size pillow on which to repose or languidly mispronounce French poetry; choose from a panoply of twin, full, queen, king, and Cal king varietals. Guests can find restful vibes manifested in a bevy of mattress brands, from Sealy to Simmons, and types, from memory foam to latex.
Other items include dining tables, slumber-aiding bedroom items, as well as wall art and wall sculptures to distract guests from the person-shaped hole in the wall. The Sofa Company also specializes in build-your-own sofas, for which you can choose from any size, fabric, or configuration and put together the couch that floats around the sky in your dreams (around $600+).
New York Hardware's knowledgeable staff outfits builders and tinkers with an ample array of new and used decorative hardware, door and cabinet hardware, and vintage hardware. Soft lights reflect off the polished surfaces of cabinet knobs ($4–$125), distracting eyes as they trace the simple geometric designs on other bits of door hardware ($50–$4,000). Switch-plate covers ($20–$200) arm light switches with handsome suits of brushed metal, and heater vents and registers ($100–$5,000) dress up interior climate-control shafts in stylish new duds.
In Wall Cabinets' recessed cabinets snuggle between standard-size studs to become one with walls. Thirty autographed golf-club projectiles settle down inside a small golf-ball memorabilia cabinet ($190.95), while a large bar back booze dispenser ($424.95) holds up to three bottles that were previously stored under unused lampshades. Cabinet coveters eyeing cupboards such as the recessed curio wall display cabinet ($225.95) or the recessed bathroom mirrored medicine cabinet ($275.95) can choose from oak or maple cabinetry and five different finishes, and DIY installation can take as little as one hour. For streamlined construction, handy homeowners should arm themselves with basic tools including levels, stud finders, and laser vision that projects straight lines across dry wall.
The technicians at Signature Glass Tinting shade and stylize car windows with films cut and fitted by the Tint Tek 20/20 computerized cutting system. Signature Glass carries three types of films from two manufacturers—LLumar and Wincos—ranging from basic tints to ceramic films. The LLumar-brand signal-friendly films come in various grades, allowing drivers to customize their car shades based on whether they seek optimal heat rejection, cosmetic tinting, or the privacy to play air harpsichord during Mozart's Harpsichord Concerto No. 3. Technicians can fasten two roll-up windows to autos ($90), and most full tint jobs range from $215 to $245, depending on the vehicle and the film. During the two- to three-hour process, the digital cutting system customizes film to meet cars' factory specifications, which minimizes sloppy razor slices or ill-fitted films that hug surfaces like baggy burlap sacks.