Silikids manufactures safe, modern silicone accessories for children and families. Using silicone as the staple material for all Silikids products, Silikids is spearheading the movement in silicone consumer goods. The product line includes children's feeding and apparel accessories as well as a Home Line of tabletop wares.
Maison Midi's associates apply their sophisticated eyes to curating and stocking accent pieces and furnishings that add original style to homes and oddly regal treehouses. From ceramic saltshakers by Belli to faux-aged flower pots etched with artful floral designs, the shop's eclectic selection of house wares can suit a wide range of tastes.
Allen and Richard Wattenberg took over the reins at Ross Cutlery in 1964. By that time, the shop was already 34 years old and predominantly dealt with knife-sharpening services. While the brothers and their staff have continued the shop's legacy of fixing up dull knife blades and haircutting tools, they've steadily populated their shelves with professional-grade haircutting tools, sporting knives, collectible swords, and kitchen-cutlery sets from Henckels, Trident, and Forschner. Their 2,300-square-foot shop rests on the ground floor of the Bradbury Building, which is an architectural landmark and the proud father of a rambunctious little parking garage.
Since 1979, Nova Storage has kept prized possessions safely stowed away from prying crowbars. Nova's knowledgeable staff will help find the safest place for homeless chattels, setting up your stuff with two months of storage in a unit as large as 100 square feet. The empty space can be stuffed with whatever your basement doesn't want—souvenirs from golden years, seasonal clothes, or hope chests filled with rejected Garbage Pail Kids concepts. The facility's storage fortresses are well lit, gate-secured, monitored by a computer, and designed for drive-around access, allowing Nova-provided dollies and carts to take the stress and strain out of the short trip from the truck.