Interior Design in Michigan

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EZ E-Prints is a family-owned, professional photo-finishing and printing center, specializing in providing high-quality personalized products designed by the customer and refined by a highly skilled technician. By downloading EZ E-Prints' free software customers can combine their cherished digital photos with easy-to-follow templates to design meaningful calendars ($30), single-fold cards ($1.30+ each), business cards ($0.15–$0.35 each), posters ($2.50–$3.75), canvas wraps ($64.99+), and more. Customers have the flexibility to choose their preferred photo finish, color, and font type before entrusting the quality of the final product to a professional finisher who will use his expertise to decipher which red eyes should be removed and which are the natural result of years of selective breeding. Shipping is free for all orders over $20, and all card orders include envelopes to keep your intimate messages safe in the claws of your favorite carrier pigeon or most-trusted taloned mailman. Check out the helpful tutorials to guide you through the design process, and start crafting your personalized prints today.

517 32nd St SE
Grand Rapids,
MI
US

Releasing a sky lantern into the night can signify many things—a wish, an honorary gesture, or, in the case of the "Proceed 2 Party" sky lantern, a fun night ahead. SkyLantern.com carries lanterns for almost any occasion, from festive birthdays to Christmas. Some are emblazoned with graphics, including the American flag or a grinning Halloween pumpkin. Some, such as the Shooting Star lanterns, have no pictures, but leave twinkling sparks in their wake, much like the best train conductors. The site also sells decorative LED lanterns, as well as campfire color-changers that turn the flames green and blue.

3366 Remy Dr
Lansing,
MI
US

The hibernation experts at Mattress & Futon Shoppe help foster deep sleep with cushions from top brands such as Sealy, Stearns & Foster, and Corsicana. Well-versed in all forms of sleep habits, the store employees are happy to expound on the finer points of each mattress they keep in stock, which range from traditional innerspring beds to high-tech gel memory-foam mattresses. If your new mattress doesn't feel right or already has a family of monsters sleeping under it, Mattress & Futon Shoppe has a 100-day Don't Worry Sleep Happy comfort warranty, and you can return the unwanted item to one of 13 convenient locations.

2131 W Stadium Blvd
Ann Arbor,
MI
US

During the 39th Annual All Depression and Era Glass Show & Sale, more than 20 dealers of American-made glassware from the 1920s–‘60s will hawk their wares in the Ford Community & Performing Arts Center, filling the hall with their light-catching, colorful collections. Tinted in every color of the rainbow, Depression glass livens kitchens with cheery hues, tempts collectors with rare shades, and repels bulls when places in china shops. Pyrex and green Jadeite from the ‘40s–‘60s treat eyes to intricate nostalgia, and elegant glass adds a refined touch to shelves and dinnerware collections. Though not covered by today’s Groupon, desired items sail into shopping bags for as little as a few dollars per piece, and hourly door-prize drawings add an element of suspense rivaled only by the convention’s blindfolded goblet juggler.

15801 Michigan Avenue
Dearborn,
MI
US

Shopping feels especially good at blue boutiques, where customers not only acquire stylish new and gently used items, but their dollars go toward job training and placement programs for those who face employment barriers. With its exposed-brick walls, sleek wood floors, and eclectic, trendy wares, the shop feels more like a hip boutique than a secondhand store. Customers can peruse racks filled with fitted blazers, skirts, and cocktail dresses with stylish cutouts. There are also plenty of accessories to go around, from bejeweled wristwatches to leather handbags.

974 Cherry ST
Grand Rapids,
MI
US

Shopping feels especially good at blue boutiques, where customers not only acquire stylish new and gently used items, but their dollars go toward job training and placement programs for those who face employment barriers. With its exposed-brick walls, sleek wood floors, and eclectic, trendy wares, the shop feels more like a hip boutique than a secondhand store. Customers can peruse racks filled with fitted blazers, skirts, and cocktail dresses with stylish cutouts. There are also plenty of accessories to go around, from bejeweled wristwatches to leather handbags.

40 Monroe Center, NW
Grand Rapids,
MI
US