Furniture Row Shopping Centers host four home-apparel stores in a single convenient location. The quartet of specialty stores—Sofa Mart, Oak Express, Bedroom Expressions, and Denver Mattress Co.—is designed to accommodate every room in the house. Espresso leaning shelves ($88) are fully caffeinated yet provide remarkably steady support for books, picture frames, and knickknacks. Soothe summer nights with a Perfect Harmony Isocool mattress pad ($69–$109) atop a new mattress set ($219+); top it off with an attractive brocade duvet set ($44–$68). A new lamp set ($148+) atop an end table ($118+) is a great way to encourage sofas to use more light when they read.
From its modest origins in a garage, Appliance Factory Outlet & Mattresses has blossomed into a full-fledged appliance-vending behemoth with 13 locations throughout Colorado. The outlet compiles an enormous collection of handy household appliances from top-quality brands such as GE, Whirlpool, LG, and KitchenAid.
At each location, knowledgeable staffers shepherd patrons through sprawling showrooms, which collectively tout more than 150,000 pieces of equipment, including laundry machinery, kitchen appliances, microwaves, and macrowaves. They can special order items not in stock or tap into a stash of spare parts to repair busted apparatus. In addition to appliances, the staff can point patrons toward a fleet of mattresses and overstock items.
Verlo’s made-to-order mattresses support sleeping frames in custom comfort. A uniquely personal approach connects customers face to face with the mattress builders themselves, who create tailor-made dream cushions based on customer preference for firmness, texture, and sheep-ceiling clearance. The Nova mattress and foundation set ($199–$299) keeps dozing chassis comfortable with a breathable cotton cover and patent-pending VertiCoil undergirding, with springs that conform to body contours to reduce tossing and turning. The Glory flip-free mattress ($339–$619) adds upholstery-grade polyurethane foam to the equation and caresses sleeping skin with luxurious damask cotton covers. Physiques achieve royal recumbence on the Symphony’s motion-transfer-absorbing latex sleep surface ($889–$1,719), and its 100% biodegradable bamboo cover wicks away moisture and provides a healthy snack for stuffed panda bears.
With spring spreading like a bag of spilled gravy, now is the ideal time to throw open the windows and get home and lawncare projects underway. Reclaim the yard from winter's occupation with Adams Adirondack stacking chairs ($14.99 each) and an Ace Flexogen 50-foot garden hose ($19.99). Illuminate outdoor living spaces with a 6-pack of Solar Walk Lights ($12.99) or the welcoming blaze inside a Living Accents portable firepit ($29.99). Ace also covers indoor bases with products and services for tree-free areas of the home. If you need to match paint to a favorite coverlet or choose a hue that complements a pleather recliner, each store offers a paint-matching service free of charge.
The techs at Rubbish Works make it easy to dispose of furniture, yard debris, and other refuse from homes and construction sites. That’s because each truck offers 16 cubic feet of space and arrives equipped with helpful tools such as a furniture dolly to lift heavy items and a sledgehammer to stir chamomile tea. While the techs are there, clients can also inquire about renting 20-yard roll-off bins and other smaller dumpsters.
For over 30 years, 3 Day Blinds' technicians have sift through samples and unreel measuring tapes during in-home consultations, custom-fitting abodes with blinds, shutters, and shades. They handcraft and cut treatments such as faux wood blinds, vertical blinds, and flexcell honeycomb blinds that reduce light and are energy efficient. As they tailor-make each order, the staffers dress windows of all shapes and sizes, from an arch above a doorway to a misshapen wormhole in the attic. All of 3 Day Blinds’ products come with a limited lifetime warranty. After clients have made a selection, the team shows up just two days later to install the new window dressings or let customers do it themselves.