The florists at Beltway Blossom Shop excel at combing through their wide array of floral arrangements and gifts and picking out the perfect selection to match any special occasion. On a given day, they might point prom-goers toward corsages and boutonnieres, show brides-to-be the available wedding bouquets and centerpieces, or help party planners find special birthday gift baskets and balloons. Customers searching out flowers to give a loved one "just because" will be delighted in the wide variety of flowers available, from traditional roses to tropical blooms.
A small business that blossomed into a corporation, Cozi Furniture offers customers a mammoth assortment of affordable, quality retail furnishings. With an arsenal of living-room furniture to choose from, customers can anchor down their carpets and rugs with a cushy Ella chair ($175.75) or build a multi-fabric ottoman ($148–$315) empire for a more aggressive style of kicking back. The curvaceous Bakers Grove ($240.40), a five-piece dining set, also makes elegant garb for undressed kitchens with its medium oak tabletop and matching upholstered chairs. Moving in with a significant other becomes uncomplicated when accompanied by Hugo ($249.75), a C-style bunk bed with ladder and foldable futon, and the Grand Manor ($240.50), a three-drawer cherry-wood nightstand ($240.50). Allow Cozi Furniture's friendly staff to suggest the right furniture to make your social gatherings feel less like penitentiary visits.
The window dressers at Home Blinds of America dress up houses' eyes by installing blinds, shutters, and shades customized to match window size and room décor. Homeowners peruse the online inventory of window dressings in myriad forms, including premium wood blinds that filter sunlight in five shades of white or stains ranging from the warm brown of sugar maple to deep mahogany ($58.88+ for a 24”x64” set). At a lower price point, attractive faux-wood blinds ($35.48+ for a 24”x64” set) imitate timber better than a baby sheep imitates a loofah. Woven bamboo shades rise and fall in autumnal hues of red and gold ($52.13+ for a 24”x64” set), and solar shades outfit windows with environmentally friendly, GreenGuard-certified fabrics that let in varying amounts of light while filtering out heat or UV rays ($87.50+ for a 24”x64” set). Meanwhile, honeycomb shades ($59.64 for a 24”x64” set) insulate from heat and cold while also collecting enough honey to sweeten pancakes each morning.
The friendly staffers at iFurnish's family-owned showroom outfit abodes with name-brand wood, leather, and upholstered furniture. Contemporary and classic sofas join ottomans to fill living rooms, and dining rooms host tables sturdy enough to handle Thanksgiving's traditional anvil-eating contests. Several plush and memory-foam mattresses provide solid support for sleeping or jumping, and a wide array of home accessories, from lamps to wool rugs, decorates any room. Color whippersnappers’ chambers with kids' furniture such as bunk beds, desks, and dressers that easily conceal escape tunnels leading to the pantry.
Sleep Number carefully matches snoozers with accessories and beds using a slew of personalized features, 3-D imaging technology, and simple sleep tests. Sleep Number beds boast Dual Air technology, allowing sleepers to adjust the firmness on each side of the mattress for personalized support. Heads can sink into the all-natural Lyocell Down pillow ($89.99) or test the down alternative pillow's ($44.99) range of firmnesses and antimicrobial fabrics. Stain-resistant materials cloak the No Shift body pillow ($44.99) which traces bodily contours to anchor sleepers in one place and no more than four space-time dimensions. Ten different colors accent the Pima cotton sheet set ($97.49 for queen), which latches around mattress corners using SmartFit and Logic Label technologies for simpler bed making.