Featured in Southern Living magazine, Kiss the Cook equips cooks of all skill levels with the tools and toys needed for whimsical culinary escapades. Carrying a coterie of high-quality cookware, bakeware, and kitchen-friendly gadgetry, Kiss the Cook will have you on your way to creating simmering sauces or luxuriously stacked baklava. Specialize your slicing repertoire via a paring knife with sheath ($9.99), invigorate your vintages with a Vinoair wine aerator ($19.99), or unshackle hunks of innocent limestone with a marble cheese slicer ($19.99). Ensure accurate measurements with magnetic measuring spoons ($16.99) or extract the magic nectar of citrus juices with a lemon squeezer ($14.99). Kiss the Cook's friendly, knowledgeable staff is on hand to assist with your culinary queries.
Since 1928, the snooze gurus at NB Mattress have dispensed cozy, reliable, and sleep-inducing mattresses to ship slumberers off on voyages into dreamland. NB Mattress carries bed softeners produced by premier brands such as Sealy, Simmons, and Tempur-Pedic, each worthy of a full night's sleep, a post-lunch nap, or a ride down the stairs with a terrified pet. NB Mattress' prices begin at $199 for twin sets, $299 for full sets, $319 for queen sets, and $459 for king sets. Customers can pop into one of NB Mattress' showrooms to appraise the comfort, durability, and jumpability of the mattresses on display, many of which are in stock and ready to start a new life with a loving set of pajamas.
Chase Carpets fills unadorned foot space with hardwood, ceramic tile, natural stone, carpet, and laminate flooring. Do-it-yourselfers can take home enough supplies (or have them delivered for a $45 fee, not included in the Groupon) to fill rooms with ITS inter ceramic tiles ($300 for 144 square feet or $500 for 250 square feet), or you can choose from the more than 1,000 unique patterns of ceramic tile and natural stone flooring Chase Carpets offers. Hardwood flooring, like a diamond-encrusted unicorn, is valued for its looks and durability and laying down Joshua Premium Hardwood Malibu oak (3 and 5/8” width and 3/8” thick) adds a touch of elegance to any living space ($300 for 144 square feet or $500 for 250 square feet). Massage tired tootsies with a bevy of cushy carpeting such as Shaw's Northern Parkway or Wish List, available in variety of colors ($300 for 144 square feet or $500 for 250 square feet, including pad, installation, and tax) or treat arches to Natural Value laminate flooring ($300 for 144 square feet or $500 for 250 square feet, including underlayment, installation, and tax) for streamlined strutting.
Signature service: Custom picture framing
Reservations/Appointments: Not offered
Staff Size: 2?10 people
Brands Used: We custom make frames on the premises.
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Describe a time your services really changed a client's life for the better.
Clients have family heirlooms and memorabilia that mean the world to them. We preserve them and turn them into amazing art pieces for them to enjoy all the time.
Sometimes it's all about the little things in life. What supplemental courtesies do you include with your main services to leave clients with a smile on their face?
We try to exceed expectations by providing design options that give their artwork the wow factor when it is on the wall.
What aspect of your job, or the services you offer, most often surprises people?
The enormous range of possibilities that there are for a client to choose from. We help narrow down the options to make sure they are not overwhelmed.
Is there anything else you want to add that we didn't cover?
We can frame almost anything, from knives and guns and swords to kimonos and scarves and fans. [We also frame] sports and military memorabilia, as well as family portraits and works of art. We provide expert advice and guaranteed craftsmanship.
Working with artisans in developing countries who would otherwise be underemployed, Ten Thousand Villages supplies handicraft lovers with handcrafted jewelry, home décor, accessories, and gifts from Latin America, Africa, the Middle East, and Asia, while paying artisans fair wages for their products. Support marginalized women in Bangladesh with YWCA Craft Centre's bright and goosy Super Duck backpack (Bangladesh, $24), which allows school children to strut confidently into second grade and medical malpractice lawyers to swagger into the courtroom with a duck on their backs. Socially conscious crafters can take home a hand-stitched measuring-tape cat (Vietnam, $8) from Mai Vietnamese Handicrafts, and frugal fashionistas can sport dancing-girl earrings made from recycled soda cans by KICK Trading Ltd. (Kenya, $12) or a marbled bead choker from TARA Projects (India, $16).