In its third generation of family ownership since opening 60 years ago, Fantasy Curtain and Linen Shop equips domiciles with home goods for nearly every room in the house. Glassware in sets of four ($14.99) fills out kitchen cabinets, giving guests a more convenient option than drinking out of their shoes. Beds get a quick makeover with a new duvet cover ($59.99), and matching sets of sheets ensure full linen coordination ($59.99). An accent rug ($29.99) punctuates rooms with a pop of color, protecting hardwood floors from damage by hard-heeled shoes or hungry pets that ate through their food bowls.
Macy’s Vision Express outfits eyes in alluring new specs inside five New York locations with on-site labs that can churn out single vision lenses in as fast as one hour and bifocal or progressive pairs within three to five days. Frames from D&G, Prada, Dior, and Fendi accent faces with on-trend designs wrought from wire and plastic with crowned crystal and enamel accents. Seasoned optometrists discern up-to-date prescriptions by scoping out eyes during routine exams, honing in on changes in vision and potential ocular-health problems.
Housing Works provides advocacy, job training, healthcare and housing support for low-income and homeless people living with and affected by HIV/AIDS. Housing Works Thrift Shops and Buy the Bag help fund this effort by selling new and used donated goods. Shoppers can explore shelves upon shelves of donated items in search of a new designer shirt, a vintage necklace, or a set of hand-painted bowls.
Loopy Mango is: a boutique where anyone can find anything; a space for exploring; a place for creating; and an experience for everyone. Loopy Mango features a curated collection which ranges from designer clothing, shoes and jewelry to antiques, home goods and furniture, specialty yarn and knitting supplies.
Featured in Vogue and New York magazine, this chic aroma apothecary infuses a pampering plethora of products with its hand-developed fragrances. Guests leisurely peruse the pastel-hued boutique, browsing selections to adorn both domiciles and the anatomies than inhabit them. Fill a decorative metal potpourri ball ($40) with whiffs such as Cinnamon Latte, Autumn in Vermont, or a personally concocted pheromontage, or light a soy wax candle ($20) to inhale a symphony of olfactory notes. Other place-prettifying items include sheet and clothing sprays ($20), liquid hand soaps ($16), and glass and surface cleaners ($15), ensuring spaces' scents are as inviting as their looks. Beautifying products such as silkening soaps ($8) and botanical bath salts ($40) are also available to perfume the person. No matter what form they take, blissful bouquets evoke breezy days on the beach, strolls through a spring orchard, and high-speed penny-farthing chases through Parisian flower gardens after a warm summer rain.
Metropolitan Window Fashions’ expert staffers beautify windows and reinvent rooms with a wide selection of custom drapery, bedding, and reupholstered furniture that has been featured in the New York Times. Patrons can browse a long list of festive and functional Hunter Douglas window treatments, including chalet wood blinds ($103.48, including materials and installation) and designer roller or screen shades ($106.11, including materials and installation). Creative customers can collaborate on custom drapery, which generally cost between $300 and $700. Prices are based on materials, lining, and pleat styles, and do not include installation costs, which run $15 to $21 per linear foot. Metropolitan’s textile wizards will also materialize custom bedspreads out of thin air (starting at $200, not including fabric), perfect for swaddling a sleeping place or making your own ghost costume. Today's deal is also good for reupholstery service, which can revitalize elderly couches ($1,040 before fabric), chairs ($450 before fabric), and dining-room seats ($84 before fabric). Fabric for custom projects can cost between $30 and $100 per yard, depending on the type of fabric, its pattern, and whether or not it can talk.