The House of Decor is a family owned and operated business and one of the most respected online stores. Thanks to the careful orchestration of the founder and with the support of her husband, family and friends, The House of Decor has delivered to hundreds of customers nationwide.
The Cowboy House connects sports fans with sports memorabilia and stadium chairs that were harvested from Texas Stadium, The Ballpark in Arlington, The Astrodome, and SMU Moody Collisuem. Cowboys fans can recline in reminiscence as they re-create cherished game memories in their own living rooms, from celebratory crowd leaps to epic feats of hot-dog eating. Sports memorabilia such as autographed jerseys and plaques provide customers with memorable keepsakes, and each stadium seat comes with a certificate of authenticity and a map to the secret location of Tony Romo's empty-pizza-box collection.
Pro Design Center's craftspeople custom construct blinds and shutters from PVC, wood, and faux wood and affix them to residential and commercial windows alike. They also drape portholes with a stock of window coverings from Hunter Douglas and Comfortex, which they fit to windows of all sizes and shapes, including arches. During in-home consultations, staff members unfurl measuring tape around the window's frame and waistline, flip through sample books with the customer before undertaking the project. Once clients choose their blinds or shutters, the crew drills and maneuvers these coverings into place with installation.
It’s a Party purveys upscale gifts for all occasions within its cozy boutique. Rarefied finds such as jalapeño-pepper jelly ($8.95) delight gift-seekers with a taste for sweet and fire flavor, and Mini Love Crosses ($11.95) reiterate the power of love with graffiti messages scrawled over a small white cross. For an aromatic touch in the home, office, or Cold War bunker, scented candles ($18.95) give olfactory kisses to enclosed spaces while casting a romantic ambient glow. Relax Petite Treat Handcreme ($7 mini, $24 large) pampers person paws with a moisturizing cocktail of lavender, bee-blossom honey, Indian amber and Tahitian vanilla. Spread across the store, themed gifts commemorate a variety of important events from graduations to baby showers, and cards and stationery stand ready to be launched into mailboxes and tethered to carrier pigeons.
The staff at CSD Sports Framing & Memorabilia routinely preserve high-value artifacts behind glass—from Emmitt Smith's Dancing with the Stars outfit to a piece of the floor from Michael Jordan's last game—but that's not the only thing that sets this framing store apart. The framers here handcraft nearly every aspect their projects in-house, including the frame, mounts, and custom engravings.
Although the framing of art and memorabilia is their primary focus, the staff still traffics in the autographed merchandise that helped launch their business. Visitors to the shop can ogle a Hall of Fame football signed by the Dallas Cowboys and renew the Curse of the Bambino on a Red Sox World Series banner.