Interior Design in Upper East Side

Gel Memory-Foam Mattress Toppers and Organic Bed Sets at Eco Mattress Store (Up to 62% Off). 10 Options Available.

Eco Mattress Store

Eco Mattress Store

2 in. gel-infused memory-foam bed toppers; American-made organic bed sets that include a mattress, box spring, and frame

$190 $89

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Home Decor and Furniture at Village Design & Consign (56% Off). Two Options Available.

Village Design & Consign

Northbrook

Since 1974, the establishment has been helping clients decorate their homes

$100 $45

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Framing Services at Grand Frame, Inc. (Up to 73% Off). Three Options Available.

Grand Frame, Inc.

Arlington Heights

Expansive 8,000 sq. ft. frame showroom houses imported Italian frames, shadow boxes, and environmentally friendly options

$125 $49

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Foam-Mattress Sets or Mattresses at Discount Mattress (Up to 85% Off). Six Options Available.

Discount Mattress

Multiple Locations

Mattress and box spring sets come in a variety of sizes and two firmness levels to increase comfort and back support

$1,398 $399

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Custom Framing at TM Frame Design (Up to 67% Off)

TM Frame Design

Schaumburg

Staff protects and preserves artwork with custom framing jobs

$75 $25

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Custom Framing at Megan's Custom Framing (Up to 65% Off). Two Options Available.

Megan's Custom Framing

Madison

Staff with more than 10 years of framing experience preserves photos or important documents in striking frames

$100 $35

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$50 for $100 Worth of Mattresses — LUXSS

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

$100 $50

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Capricio begins by freshening the face with a 45-minute express facial ($41 value) that deep-cleans, smoothly exfoliates, and hyper-hydrates skin. Capricio's expert strand snippers then complement your newly glowing face's newly glowing glow by chopping and trimming your locks into a carefully crafted haircut. Careful use of Redken, Bodyography, and high-quality Dermalogica products will balance science with nature—weaponizing your head into a bombshell capable of taking out a block's worth of boys’ hearts.

3041 N Oakland Ave
Milwaukee,
WI
US

It's rare for museums to have cozy dining rooms, but the Charles Allis Art Museum wasn't always a museum. Earlier in the 20th century, it was businessman and arts patron Charles Allis's Tudor-style mansion. Allis bequeathed it to the public along with his massive art collection, though, and nowadays, visitors can stop by to see pieces that span 2,000 years. Some highlights? Works by Winslow Homer, Classic antiquities, a large collection of Asian ceramics, plus rotating exhibits by local Wisconsin artists.

The Villa Terrace Decorative Arts Museum nestles in a historic mansion, too, albeit a different one. This one was built in the likeness of an Italian Renaissance villa in 1923, by architect David Adler. Its art spans a smaller period, from the 15th century through to the 18th. Visitors can browse wrought-iron work by Cyril Colnik, and explore a formal, outdoor Renaissance garden.

2220 N Terrace Ave
Milwaukee,
WI
US

Art Bar, called a "Painter's Paradise" by Urban Milwaukee magazine, isn't your typical watering hole. In its enchanting interior, hundreds of soda bottle caps create an argyle pattern on pillars, wine corks stud an oval-shaped bar, and paint-by-number pieces—depicting everything from horses to the Virgin Mary—plaster a wall.

The kitschy aesthetic offers a glimpse into the creative mind of owner Don Krause. Krause left his former career as an interior designer for Ethan Allen to brave the trials of opening a bar in Riverwest. And he did it his way: His joint pours more than 40 microbrews by night and Alterra coffee by day in a space adorned with the rotating creations of local artists. The beer lineup includes seasonal brews from Bell’s, Founders, Lakefront, and New Glarus, as well as “mystery beers” served for three bucks cloaked in a crumpled brown bag—the way Wisconsin dignitaries drink. The Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel describes the venue as “a feast for all senses” and “one of the hottest spots in Riverwest,” thanks in part to its comedy, musical, or artistic events.

722 E Burleigh St
Milwaukee,
WI
US

Warm facial towels, aromatherapy oils, and heat therapy are a few of the supplemental services the therapists at VidaTherapy Massage Center use to relax clients. They stir these add-ons into an array of Swedish, deep-tissue, and sports massages to further pamper clients. After a massage, clients' blood circulates better, sleep comes easier, their headaches can vanish, and the digital self-destruct timer on their back stops counting down.

3510 N Oakland Ave
Shorewood,
WI
US

For over 30 years the name Shabahang has been synonymous with quality rugs, distinctive designs, and warm friendly service. Since the company's early years, it has evolved into a one-stop source for high quality hand-knotted rugs and professional rug cleaning and repair service.

601 E Ogden Ave
Milwaukee,
WI
US

German expressionism. American decorative arts. Among the nation's best American art post 1960. The Milwaukee Art Museum is a leading American institution for the work of self-taught artists and holds one of the largest collections of works by Georgia O’Keeffe and other artistic luminaries in four floors of the 341,000-square-foot museum. Encompassing more than 25,000 pieces, the museum's collection ranges from 90 works of Haitian art and 450-plus German expressionist prints to an expansive contemporary art selection that includes pieces by Andy Warhol. Among the more singular holdings in the more than 40 galleries are the earliest surviving American-made chair.

Temporary and traveling exhibitions pass through each year, spotlighting everything from Rembrandt to color photography. Upcoming highlights include tattoo art, nineteenth-century portraiture, and, in collaboration with the Centre Pompidou in Paris, the abstract paintings of Wassily Kandinsky. Delve deeper into works on display during lectures and talks, part of a packed events calendar that includes concerts and film screenings. Visitors can also flex their own artistic muscles during programs such as kids' and adult art classes.

700 N Art Museum Dr
Milwaukee,
WI
US