Rustico Tile & Stone's assiduous staff hand-crafts, sells, and installs intricately designed floor tiles that don soft and amber hues of light pink, peach, gold, and orange. Overseeing the manufacturing process in Saltillo, Mexico, Rustico's flooring aficionados ensure that no two tiles share the exact same size, shape, or jump shot. Bedeck bathrooms, kitchens, and living spaces with traditional sealed ($2.75/sq. ft.) or unsealed ($2.50/sq. ft.) Saltillo tiles or sift through their selection of manganese ($3.50/sq. ft.) and antique floor shingles ($3.95/sq. ft.). Rustico also provides ground-gussying materials made from copper, painted Talavera, and Cantera architectural stone products. Rustico's warehouse is equipped with a loading dock, forklift, and trebuchet catapult for easy loading access. Today's Groupon also grants buyers free delivery should they purchase installation services.
JumpStreet is an indoor trampoline park where taut floors and angled walls made of springy trampoline surfaces beckon children and adults to bounce back and forth or try aerodynamic flips and gravity-defying leaps. The arena is structured like a skateboard park, though bouncers don?t need any equipment to hop across the wall-to-wall planes or climb up, slide down, or spring off the tilted trampoline walls. Guests can hop on over to the springy dodgeball courts, where safe, competitive play is enhanced with ample bouncing, and arcades offer engaging activities for those who need to rest their feet. Scattered across JumpStreet?s various locations are an assortment of other safe, kinetic activities, including a bull ride, dunk ball, and a foam pit.
While its mediums are many, the goal of Ceramics-N-More is singular: to tap into visitors' artistic potential. Here, you can paint pottery or get the hang of wheel-thrown forms during classes that utilize motorized pottery wheels. Even kids can get into the action by adorning ceramic pieces with handprints and footprints, or joining friends for an art-fueled party. The center also offers glass-fusing classes, which teach participants how to create colorful works of art from glass and the one magical power all humans take for granted: fire.
Ace Hardware’s DIY-savvy staff help home painters find all the gear and paint they need in one stop. Ace’s paint department stocks the setup and clean-up gear needed to transform a monochromatic storage closet into a kaleidoscopic smoking room. Guests can peruse the myriad colors and textures of Clark and Kensington and Benjamin Moore interior and exterior paints, saving time with Clark and Kensington's paint-and-primer ($25.99+) combo or opting for the popular Benjamin Moore flat ($38.99) and eggshell-finish ($44.99) wall coatings.
Like personalities, no two homes are quite the same. The designers at Lush Livings take this for granted, which is why they spend so much effort poring over color schemes and furniture arrangements to find the best match for each home.
These designers even travel to homes themselves, carefully surveying the empty rooms while offering their clients tips for layout and decoration. Such consultations are a matter of course at Lush Livings, where you'll never have to settle for sort of right. The store's designers simply refuse to be satisfied until they've found the perfect custom fabrics for everything from drapes and rugs to suspended sleep cocoons.
This deal is good for any four- or five-course class that is regularly priced at $50. Upcoming gastronomic jam sessions with you and a gourmandizing guru include a May 4 summer seasonal themed class from chef RC Lumpkin—where you'll master roasted garlic soup, pan-sautéed haricot vert, and grilled peaches with honey—as well as an all-Asian delight kapow-wow with Dorothy Huang, who will help you master the intricacies of chicken and coconut-milk soup, sweet and sour shrimp, and three-mushroom lo mein. Of course, you get to eat everything you make, so be sure to bring your own wine or equally classy Capri Sun to Hollandaze Gourmet.