Inspired and informed by her time spent in Rio de Janeiro, owner Carolyn Maloney takes care in selecting stylish jewelry, decorative home accessories, fun hooks and knobs, vibrant lighting fixtures and candle holders, and beautiful textiles that will elegantly samba through your home and bossa nova in your wardrobe. Give a room a warm glow with a vintage cowgirl candle ($18), or let your collarbones glow with a glam six-strand necklace ($24). For an addition to your home that will never forget to brush its teeth, pick up a shabby chic bird vanity mirror, made with special glass that adapts to whatever room it inhabits ($32).
Opening its doors in 1986, this family-owned business has lived up to its commitment to offer the highest quality products in the industry at fair prices and to provide the best customer service. With our two Tucson locations combined, we have the largest selection of trailers, biggest parts departments
Family-owned Florian Flowers arranges aromatic gift baskets full of fresh, multicolored flora for every occasion. Romantic gestures can be made in-store, online, or out-of-body, with options including the Upsy Daisy basket, a yellow-themed bouquet of fully bloomed flowers gracefully rising from a ribbon-tied base ($22.95). Apologize for leaving footprints on a friend’s ceiling with regally packaged roses in a glass cube ($25.95). The blooming cupcake ($7.99) bestows birthday wishes from a novel pastry-shaped petal arrangement, complete with ascending candle, and the Daisy Daydreams basket ($22.99) presents proud new parents with a cornucopia of colors exploding from a white bamboo basket. Accent arrangements with add-ons such as Mylar balloons ($4.95) for celebration, boxes of Fran's Chocolates ($7.80) for sweet teeth, and stuffed animals ($13) for children preparing for careers in taxidermy. Florian’s professional bloom slingers ship baskets and bouquets for a variety of occasions, from love and romance to corporate gifts, ensuring timely delivery of perfectly preserved flowered arrangements.
Lighting design specialists certified by the American Lighting Association guide customers through Sun Lighting’s 2,000-square-foot showroom, with a massive collection of lights and household ornaments that garnered an ARTS award in 2008. A bronze mini chandelier sets nooks aglow with a quintet of candles ($72.20); flowery glass sconces bloom from walls to render hallways and secret passageways to the neighbors’ wine cellar nocturnally navigable ($22.68). Alternately, energy-efficient lights, including bowl-style flush mounts ($29.15) and outdoor lantern wall mounts ($49.88), help keep electricity Earth-friendly without the hassle of rubbing Shamu-shaped balloon animals on carpets. Sun Lighting also stocks a cornucopia of ceiling fans and home accents, such as rustic distressed mirrors ($63.80) and tendril-sprouting shelves ($50.60).