Interior Design in Merrimack

$10 for $19 Worth of Home Accessories — DBCOVERZZZ Diane O'Dette Cohen

Dbcoverzzz

Bedford

Pillow Pal holds Nooks, tissues, and personal items right there for everyone from kids, students, and campers, to adults

$19 $10

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$25 for $50 Worth of Vintage and Boutique Home Furnishings At Hideaway Boutique

Hideaway Boutique

Wyoming

High-end home furnishings boutique adds antique taste to homes with furniture, glassware, and ceramics

$50 $25

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Furniture at World Source Trading (Up to 61% Off)

World Source Trading

Medford

Selection of home decor and furniture, including tables and chairs

$100 $49

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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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$48 for $120 Worth of Custom Framing Services at Harvard Art & Frame

Harvard Art & Frame

Thompson Square - Bunker Hill

Artisans create custom frames for paintings, photos, and 3-D objects using acid-free materials

$120 $48

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Interior-Painting Services for One, Two, or Three Rooms from K & D New Look Pro Painting (Up to 67% Off)

K & D New Look Pro Painting

Wellington Hill

Painters brighten rooms with fresh coats of paint

$250 $99

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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 $39

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$38 for $200 Toward a Mattress Set or Futon Frame and Mattress at Sleep King

Sleep King

Upper Washington - Spring Street

Mattress sets from Symbol, Serta, and Simmons Beautyrest come with delivery

$200 $38

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Select Local Merchants

Cutie Patutie's reigns as one of New England's largest children's consignment stores, stocking scores of gently used clothing, shoes, toys, and books generally priced 50% below retail value. Guests can zigzag through aisles that brandish dozens of name-brand items, including Gap, Old Navy, Melissa & Doug, and J. Crew, to outfit any pintsize brood. While inventory constantly evolves, Cutie Patutie's maintains a list of featured items, such as teen formal dresses ($36+), educational puzzles ($2.75+), and children's bedroom dressers ($45+), and some items decline in price the longer they stay on the floor. Mommies in waiting may also deck out their dermis in a wide range of maternity selections or furnish their crib from a wide range of home décor and housewares.

1021 Central St
Leominster,
MA
US

Tucked inside historic Cider Mill Sterling, New Horizons Massage Therapy guides clients toward an increased state of relaxation with an array of therapeutic services. Nimble hands ease tension from torsos and limbs, deploying techniques from Swedish and Kriya massages, or lessen pain with joint, sciatic, and neuromuscular work. Services also include full-body green-tea or mud wraps, paraffin dips, and ear candling. Guests waiting for their appointment can pass the time shopping or bull-back riding within nearby antique and art shops.

15 Waushacum Ave
Sterling,
MA
US

Simplified Designs founder Melissa Airey Perkins lends a keen eye to interior design, comfort, and functionality as she spruces up living spaces. Transparently self-conscious windows can boost self-esteem with help from Simplified Designs' Hunter Douglas line, a selection of custom window treatments that assuage ailing wall-holes. The Hunter Douglas 2-inch alternative wood blinds, in either 30"x30" ($143) or 36"x36" ($176), deliver a streamlined wooden covering that blurs the line between blinds and shutters. Airy apartments or overheated hovels can find relief with the 3/4-inch Duette honeycomb shade, which traps heat and cold in three separate internal air-pockets and is available in both 30"x30" ($230) and 36"x36" ($256). Cater to safety with the Hunter Douglas LiteRise, a cordless operation mechanism designed for children's rooms and the string-phobic. Simplified Designs’ regularly priced products include a full line of fabrics and furniture to fill out barren homes.

1072 Main Street
Bolton,
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.

180 Main St
Stoneham,
MA
US

Using one of the most advanced fabrication workstations in the world, CounterEdge harnesses digital design technology to forge stone countertops. Proliner digital templating equipment lets technicians capture dimensions and surface points for your countertop space, then create a fully rendered digital template that will be imported into the Fabcenter fabrication workstation. One of only five in the world, the Breton Fabcenter cuts, edges, and polishes each slab of igneous artwork, and can outfit countertops with sink cutouts that can accommodate sinks that spout water or sinks that dispense melted chocolate.

108 Clematis Ave
Waltham,
MA
US

Named for owner Paul Russo’s two dogs, Eddie and Finnegan, eddigan’s stocks upscale used furniture, antiques, and modern décor to fill empty rooms. Green thumbs can cultivate prize-winning couch potatoes on a modern leather recliner and matching ottoman ($125), while paranoid patrons can scour vintage paisley sofas and matching throw pillows for secret hieroglyphs and camouflaged CIA transmitters ($600). Decorate spaces by perusing eddigan’s supply of delicate glassware and pottery ($100–$500), still-life paintings, blown-glass bowls, and work by local artisans. A refuge for rescued cockatiels, eddigan’s is filled with the cheerful chatter of caged zebra finches, orange weavers, and society finches, which are all cloistered in an aviary, where they spend each night plotting new ways to take over Poughkeepsie.

416 Salem St
Medford,
MA
US