Miller Paint is a Northwest based company that has been supplying paint and coatings for the Pacific Northwest since 1890.
With 37 stores throughout Oregon and Washington, a healthy assortment of private dealers, and 40+ Fred Meyer locations, we most likely have a store near you if you're in Oregon or Washington!
Shoe Mill treats tootsies to an extensive selection of high-quality shoes and accessories complemented by a meticulous approach to finding the ideal fit. Like a plant in a sun chamber, foot-digits blossom under the possibilities of chic, versatile new styles for both men and women. Sassify soles in Rieker Sheila 54 boots ($179.95), or coddle cold feet in the warmth of sheepskin UGGs. Josef Seibel Men's Walth shoes ($70) provide dapper cover for mismatched socks, and a range of outdoor shoes] allow walkers to take on the elements with all the confidence of a candy thief in a room full of unarmed babies. An arsenal of care products is available to protect newly purchased foot wrappers from moisture, dirt, and other perils.
Kassab Jewelers' expert diamond setters adorn earlobes of all types with high-end jewelry from name-brand designers. The pair of Tacori IV sterling-silver earrings utilizes nickel-free rhodium plating to cradle 4.06 carats of simulated diamonds like a grandmother with a penchant for alchemy. Tacori’s signature crescent detail ensconces each stunning stone martini-style, creating an arrangement befitting any occasion, whether celebrating a birthday, interviewing for a job, or meeting a blind date's parents. Instead of the pair of Tacori IV nickel-free sterling-silver earrings, the value of this Groupon may also be applied to any in-store merchandise.
A ponytailed toddler grips her sunglasses determinedly as her parents crouch, smiling, in the background. Walking atop either side of a railroad track, a young couple bridges the distance with their hands. In the midst of wedding preparations, a bride pauses to read a love letter from her soon-to-be spouse. These are a few of the fleeting moments placed in a beautiful image-jail by This Is Life Photography’s founder Marisa. Fascinated by the power of freezing time since she was a child, she composes portraits and wedding scenes with an eye toward creating mementos that can be handed down for generations.
Most people fall in love at some point in college, and Bill Edmund was no exception. He can still recall how his heartstrings tightened when, in 1983, he was introduced to the classical guitar. As his burgeoning career in geology led him to Louisiana and California, Edmund carved out time to pursue classical and flamenco guitar. While studying new fingerpicking techniques and improving his musicianship, he managed to accumulate a sizable collection of fine and rare guitars. In 2010, this collection helped him to open Vintage Guitars International, where he now devotes his full attention to the love he first discovered back in college.
As one of the top guitar retailers in the Northwest, Edmund’s guitar emporium stocks a selection of classical and flamenco guitars and ukuleles crafted by luthiers from across North America and Europe. Alongside its most sought-after instruments, the store also sells intro-level guitars, sheet music, books, and cases—each of which includes a complimentary air guitar.