Home Decor in Massachusetts


$60 for an 11"x14" Canvas with an 8"x10" Digital Painting Signed by the Artist from Blue Cloud Gallery ($120 Value)

Blue Cloud Gallery

Ball Square Somerville

Resident artist Marshall's transforms his original photography of Bostonian life & creates dramatic images that are similar to oil paintings

$120 $60

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$39 for $100 Worth of Custom Framing at David's Custom Framing

David's Custom Framing

Brookline

Framing experts protect prized artwork, posters, and other items with frames tailored to customers’ preferences

$100 $35

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$24 for $100 Worth of Custom Framing at The Preservation Framer

Preservation Framer

North Attleborough

Specialists preserve keepsakes such as photos, clothing, and trinkets inside custom-cut frames; eco-friendly and US-made options

$100 $24

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$11 for $20 Worth of Home Accessories at Due South Candle Company

Due South Candle Company

Waterboro

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you.

$20 $11

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$40 for $100 Toward Custom Framing at Middlesex Framing

Middlesex Framing

Burlington

Museum glass, acid-free matting, and more than 1,500 molding samples and matting combinations

$100 $40

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$43 for $100 Worth of Custom Framing at The Frame Studio

The Frame Studio

Hull

Artist and store owner Nanci Jaye provides one-on-one attention at her full-service frame store

$100 $43

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$15 for $30 Groupon — Odds And Ends Thrift Shop

Odds And Ends Thrift Shop

Spring Hill

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

$30 $15

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It's hard to believe Isabella Stewart Gardner passed away more than 90 years ago. Her spirit is still very much present within the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, where the entirety of her collection?more than 30 centuries worth of artwork?remains on permanent display. Ms. Gardner thought that a walk through the museum should be a kind of artwork in itself, which is why she placed the paintings, sculptures, and other objects in ways that would give them new meaning for visitors.

  • Size: In a historic palace, three floors showcase more than 2,500 works from ancient Rome to 19th Century America?including a new wing that hosts special exhibitions, concerts, and lectures
  • Eye Catcher: A breathtaking courtyard juxtaposed by a new wing by architect Renzo Piano
  • A Museum Self-Portrait: meet the museum's founder face to face in the Gothic Room, where her 1888 portrait hangs from the wall
  • Don't Miss: Look down in the courtyard to see a tile mosaic imported from a Second Century villa in Rome
  • The Building: The museum's look and floor plan recall that of a 15th-century Venetian palace, along with a Renzo Piano?designed wing
  • Special Programs: Lectures on landscape and architecture, museum exhibitions, live musical performances in styles from classical to jazz, and an artist-in-residence program
280 Fenway
Boston,
MA
US

For Annissa Essaibi George, sewing has not just been a lifelong passion, but also a means of getting what she wants. At age 6, her mother taught her to sew so that she could make her Barbie a new outfit. In college, she and her roommate stitched together scrunchies, selling them to fund take-out and nights out. She even designed her own wedding dress. Today, sewing is the fuel behind her business, through which she furnishes sewers and knitters with the supplies to craft their projects and the skills they need to clothe every statue in the park. Annissa's pink-walled shop houses patterns, fabrics, knitting kits, and cubbies overflowing with polychromatic spools of yarn. Classes run on a five-day schedule and cover such stitching styles as knitting, crocheting, and pattern sewing for crafters of all levels.

846 Dorchester Ave
Dorchester,
MA
US

With more than 70 years of color combination experience, Economy Paint Supply distributes liquid chromatics and provides custom stain matching, in-home consultations, and equipment rentals. The paint shop furnishes a host of habitat enhancements including Benjamin Moore paints ($27.99+ per gallon), wallpaper ($16.99+ per roll), single-roll carpets ($12.99+ per square yard), and window treatments ($200+ per window). Flinging a can of reddish royal flush or lagoon-like Lucerne at a living room’s backdrop can give walls a sense of newfound pride and astonish nearby floors and ceilings. Customers can also peruse a free in-store copy of Envision Color 2011, which highlights the palettes—soulful, spirited, dreamy, and phantasmagoric—comprising Benjamin Moore’s annual paint trends.

140 Chandler St
Worcester,
MA
US

Painter's Supply stocks vibrant interior and exterior paints from top-industry brands alongside the tools needed to apply the new hues. Renters, homeowners, or tree-house speakeasy kingpins can complement paint schemes with implements such as tray liners ($5.13), microfiber roller covers ($3.99), paintbrushes ($20.49 for 2.5" brush), paint pails ($12.53), and paint-pail liners ($5.99). Feel free to solicit professional opinions or appraisals on a dumpster mural from each storefront's design center, which is helmed by proficient painters.

750 Page Blvd
Springfield,
MA
US

Experienced framers Barry Stahl and Bob Clayton built Big Picture Framing from scratch in 2000, holding meetings around an old card table as construction roared around them. Today, framers at 15 area locations craft custom frames to display artwork, photographs, and record sleeves, and shadow boxes protect three-dimensional items such as ballet slippers, macaroni art, or a swarm of wasps. Patrons can dictate all design choices, choosing from metal and wooden frames in a multitude of colors and styles, or ask for recommendations from one of Big Picture Framing's resident experts. Big Picture Framing also stocks pre-framed art, prints, and posters to spruce up bare-walled homes or a drab doghouse.

2044 Massachusetts Ave
Cambridge,
MA
US

It began with an experiment in a basement. While that sounds like the start of a ghost story, it is actually how Harbor Candle Company was conceived. Tired of damaging their home with soot from store-bought scented candles, the company?s founders retired to their basement to pour their own. Over the course of a year, they developed their signature product, a candle made from clean-burning, non-toxic soy wax.

Word spread, and soon the basement enterprise morphed into a shop stocked with scented candles, still poured by hand. The aromas of apples, maple, and bamboo fill the shop, and the soy formula burns longer than paraffin and much longer than lists of secret names for your teddy bear. Made from NatureWax by Elevance and ensconced in domestically manufactured glass containers, each candle is entirely made in the USA.

159 Coggeshall Street
New Bedford,
MA
US