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$11 for $20 Worth of Home Accessories — Toni's Collection Candle Bar

Toni's Collection Candle Bar

Oak Park

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

$20 $11

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Used Furniture and Home Accessories at Past 2 Present Resale & Consignment (60% Off). Two Options Available.

Past 2 Present Resale & Consignment

Westland

Large selection of gently used furniture, glassware, dishes, and home decor

$20 $8.50

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$35 for $100 Worth of Custom Framing at The Art of Custom Framing

The Art of Custom Framing

Clawson

Custom framing services for artwork, photographs, and keepsakes

$100 $35

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$45 for $100 Worth of Custom Framing and Select Art at Frame Art Gallery

Frame Art Gallery

Birmingham

Framing experts encase clients’ mementos in custom frames

$100 $45

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$9 for $20 Worth of Gently Used Building Materials at Macomb Habitat for Humanity ReStore

Habitat for Humanity ReStore

Mount Clemens

Products include granite vanity countertops in multiple colors and sizes, peel-and-stick vinyl tiles, door locks, and mattresses

$20 $9

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Original Persian, Traditional, and Antique Rugs at Heritage Rug Outlet (Up to 60% Off). Three Options Available.

Heritage Rug Outlet

Downtown Rochester

Assorted rugs from around the world in myriad shapes and styles such as contemporary, traditional, antique, and original Persian

$100 $49

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$35 for $80 Toward Custom Framing at Frameworks Art and Frame in Sylvania

Frameworks Art and Frame

Sylvania

Accomplished artist and craftsman Michael Calandra enshrines artwork with a collection of more than 2,000 custom frames

$80 $35

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Framing Services and Framed Artwork at Framer's Edge and Gallery (Up to 61% Off). Two Options Available.

Framer's Edge and Gallery

Framer's Edge

Technicians customized frames with a selection of more than 5,000 moldings; blown glass, pottery, paintings, and jewelry in the gallery

$50 $25

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Whether you're wrapping a rectangle around your favorite still-shot or hunting for a specific tool or tint, Rainy Day's friendly, enthusiastic staff will happily assist in your artistic endeavors. The shop carries anything from Fun with Rock Painting kits ($9.95) to the Unemployed Philosophers Guild's Obamarama magnetic dress-up playsets ($12.99), as well as essentials for the established or aspiring artist, such as Prismacolor pencils ($19.31 for set of 12) and Crayola Ultimate Art Supplies sets ($21.19). On the custom framing side, the resident framesperts are equipped with a bounty of beautiful and inventive frames for a wide range of sizes. Though the pricing for elements varies just as much as their framed-in contents, framing averages around $15 to $25 per foot and around $145 total, depending on the glass, matting, and other options.

20507 Mack Ave
Grosse Pointe Woods,
MI
US

The hibernation experts at Mattress & Futon Shoppe help foster deep sleep with cushions from top brands such as Sealy, Stearns & Foster, and Corsicana. Well-versed in all forms of sleep habits, the store employees are happy to expound on the finer points of each mattress they keep in stock, which range from traditional innerspring beds to high-tech gel memory-foam mattresses. If your new mattress doesn't feel right or already has a family of monsters sleeping under it, Mattress & Futon Shoppe has a 100-day Don't Worry Sleep Happy comfort warranty, and you can return the unwanted item to one of 13 convenient locations.

18900 Michigan Ave
Dearborn,
MI
US

During the 39th Annual All Depression and Era Glass Show & Sale, more than 20 dealers of American-made glassware from the 1920s–‘60s will hawk their wares in the Ford Community & Performing Arts Center, filling the hall with their light-catching, colorful collections. Tinted in every color of the rainbow, Depression glass livens kitchens with cheery hues, tempts collectors with rare shades, and repels bulls when places in china shops. Pyrex and green Jadeite from the ‘40s–‘60s treat eyes to intricate nostalgia, and elegant glass adds a refined touch to shelves and dinnerware collections. Though not covered by today’s Groupon, desired items sail into shopping bags for as little as a few dollars per piece, and hourly door-prize drawings add an element of suspense rivaled only by the convention’s blindfolded goblet juggler.

15801 Michigan Avenue
Dearborn,
MI
US

The experts at Nigosian Rug Company, which opened its doors more than 40 years ago, maintain quality floor décor with skillful repair, cleaning, and appraisal services. In the store, technicians stitch, patch, and weave worn rugs, saving floors the embarrassment of donning ill-fitting toupees (a $50 minimum). Customers can also drop rugs off at Nigosian Rug Company and let the store's resident pile prodigies scrub away grunge and stains (a $50 minimum). Expert appraisers inspect floor coverings to determine their values (a $75 minimum), deftly distinguishing between antique oriental rugs and week-old tortillas that fell under the dinner table.

21919 Michigan Ave
Dearborn,
MI
US

Exo's talented staffers beautify clients from head to toe with a full menu of grooming services. During the shellac manicure (a $35 value), nail technicians buff finger shingles to a dazzling sparkle before brushing on CND shellac color. The high-tech lacquer lasts up to two weeks with a glistening mirror finish, which dries instantly under the onslaught of British knock-knock jokes. This option also grants wrist mitts a thorough mollycoddling with a moisturizing paraffin dip treatment, which also includes exfoliation to force has-been skin cells into retirement.

6708 Park Ave
Allen Park,
MI
US

Whether she’s snapping shots of Lil Wayne’s sparkling grin, the urban landscape of Detroit, or the Arab American National Museum, photographer Asia Hamilton inspires people to view the world from a new perspective. Her photography raises awareness on issues of waste and consumption, and strives to unmask the beauty hidden in a cityscape.

When she’s not on a globetrotting, eye-opening adventure, she’s teaching aspiring photographers at her studio, Nozomi Live Photography & Design. She demystifies photography concepts such as lighting and composition before taking shutterbugs out on urban excursions, where they can practice techniques in the bustling city. She helps her protégés feel more comfortable using their cameras’ manual settings, making the picture-snapping devices feel like an extension of their bodies without duct tape or cybernetic surgery.

5101 Loraine Street
Detroit,
MI
US