Typhoon Lighting especially specializes in everything light related: repair services, refurbished antique lighting fixtures, and classic and contemporary new designs to lustrously illuminate any roost. The company's domestic fixtures include pendants, chandeliers, sconces, and lamps that, when nicely light-bulbed, scare ghosts and shed light on ping-pong balls' hidden hideaways (prices vary, depending on limited items and specialty lines). Luxurious lampshades are available to enhance any immodest bare bulb ($30 to $50 on average). The radiant retailer also stocks a wide selection of accessories, including finials and hard-to-find antique bulbs (average $50–$200). If you already have an item that needs fixing or you would like to have a unit customized or embellished with a handmade lampshade, Typhoon's friendly, experienced staff is also eager to lend a hand ($70/hour). All repair and fabrication services are done in-house by highly skilled craftspeople, ensuring special attention and glowing service.
Speciality retailer of comfort, wellness and ergonomic products for home, office, and car to prevent and relieve back pain through proper spinal support and alignment, including therapeutic massage chairs, zero gravity recliners, lift chairs, moist,heat and cold therapy products and Tempur-Pedic mattresses and pillows.
DFW Furniture can make any empty room feel like home. From leather sectionals to dining-room tables, DFW—with locations all along the east coast—helps remodel residences and replace milk crates serving as substitute cribs. It also carries high-quality mattresses and mattress sets from makers such as Sealy and Simmons.
Kiln-N-Time's ceramic pros guide unsure artists through the steps of customizing pottery in a sunny studio with yolk-yellow accent walls. Grownups and future grownups choose from a wide variety of bisque pottery pieces before claiming a spot at a tile-topped table and beginning to paint. Embellish a vase ($20+) with sassy polka dots, cover a latte mug ($20+) in a coffee-complementing hue, or fill the inside of a bowl ($15+) with cherry-shaped chocolates, creating a complicated metaphor for life and dessert itself.