Green-certified Jackson's Hardware, named Marin County's Best Hardware Store by Pacific Sun in 2011, buzzes with home-improvement experts who help visitors accessorize and maintain their domiciles with functional pieces and handyman tools. New showerheads ($3.95+) douse vertical bathers in smooth, aqueous streams, and door locks ($13.95+) and window screens ($9.95+) protect them from becoming horror-movie clichés. A new smoke detector senses the first waft of smog and alarms homeowners to ensure a quick evacuation ($7.99+). When finished flexing home-improvement prowess, follow the trail of sawdust crumbs leading to a trash can where construction carnage lays to rest ($22.99+). Invest in a hammer ($9.99+) to expand DIY capabilities, such as hanging up shelves or paint-by-number portraits of Charles Martel.
If the tables and chairs at abba furniture outlet could talk, they would likely tell you some pretty interesting stories. Many of the items were used in photo shoots, others come from discontinued lines or have a few minor irregularities that keep them from traditional retail sale. The showroom displays an eclectic mix of contemporary chairs, desks, stools, coffee tables, and accent pieces. Much like gifts from amnesiac Santa, new furniture arrives every week.
With more than 30 years in the furniture industry, Jonathan Kaye's staff expertly curates the best brand-name furnishings, bedding, and décor for infants and children. Specializing in furniture built from ash, birch, maple, and pine, the shop presents parents with a variety of all-natural sitting, storing, and sleeping fixtures to match with existing décor or the species of tree native to their nurseries. Beyond hard goods, Jonathan Kaye outfits shoppers with blankets and clothing woven from natural sources such as organic cotton and bamboo.
Bae opens its doors on a bazaar setting of international decorations and house wares. The influence of the city itself works its way into hand-selected crafts, many of which are designed and constructed by local artists. A tremendous stock of game-changing accents that are well suited to a variety of tastes can give any home a winsome makeover. While today's deal is only good for in-store purchases, the online shop provides curious customers with a look into what populates the live shop's shelves and tables. A wealth of eye-catching knick-knacks is available for less than $45, such as elegant and punctual small black sand hourglasses ($24.95) and natural basswood cheeseboards to lend a forester's touch to elegant cheddar carving ($22).
For more than 29 years, the shelves and displays of AFTOSA have brimmed with both popular and hard-to-find art supplies. Specializing in ceramics, AFTOSA's staffers decorate the venue with clay-based works of art from various artists, and offer a variety of products, including ceramic, polymer, and resin, as well as books on ceramic design and tools such as pottery sealants and turntables.
Along with ceramic gear, AFTOSA equips customers with premade wood and metal tile products, glazes, and display products.