The petal purveyors at this locally owned flower shop know how to arrange blossoms for all manner of occasions. Suitable for cocktail parties and teacup-canine conventions, the Arrive In Style bouquet bursts onto the scene in a glass vase limo with a light pink rose tiara, a white Asiatic lily, and a cushion spray chrysanthemum boa ($34.95+). Bright yellow roses, white daises, and chrysanthemums spring from the smiley face mug in the Be Happy bouquet ($32.95+), and a cake made entirely from vibrant flowers forms the Your Special day ($52.95+) arrangement, far less offensive to bury your neighbor's nose in than a cake made from flour. Browse Amanda's inventory online before calling to place an order (local delivery available), or simply swing by the shop to let your sniffer identify the best bundle through Morse-coded nostril flares.
American Home fills domiciles with things to sit on, lean on, eat on, and place lamps on. This colossal house of wooden-legged flat tops and cushion-cloaked davenports proffers a commodious collection of furnishings, from bedroom, dining-room, and living-room furniture to rugs, candles, clocks, and home-entertainment décor. Keep your new Persian rug ($129.99+) in place with a curio table ($79.99+), and then illuminate them both with a decorative lamp ($89.99–$199.99). American Home carries major brands such as Sealy, Lane, and Ashley, and it has been serving up steaming portions of hearty home accessories since 1936. The furniture-savvy staff massages the furnishing lobe of the brain to assist furnishers with a smooth move into a new home or an equable upgrade to a familiar residence.
In 1966, Jack Baillio opened his first electronics store, a TV-repair shop. More than 40 years later, he is still CEO of the company, but it has expanded to become a statewide institution. His stores' locations offer a vast range of services for appliances of all types. From repairing cell phones, computers, refrigerators, and televisions to supplying furniture, such as TV stands and sofas, Baillio's technicians can help with many appliance-related problems. The stores carry big-name brands such as LG, Samsung, and Frigidaire, and the techs operate on mobile technology, such as toaster ovens on wheels and smartphones, for which they can replace screens.
At more than 1,000 Mattress Firm locations around the country, shoppers sink into plush mattresses, recline on firm beds, and belly-flop onto pillow tops. Knowledgeable staffers can help customers create an ideal bedtime environment by dispensing advice based on sleep preferences and illuminating the difference between the many kinds of mattresses. And to the delight of their customers, much of Mattress Firm's bedding wears the label of a premium brand, such as Sealy, Serta, Simmons Beautyrest, or Stearns & Foster.
At Bella Wax Spa, beauty specialists toil to keep their clients beautiful with cosmetic treatments that range from waxing and facials to skin and hair treatments. Using products from brands such as Neutrogena, they can purify faces by removing makeup and soothing skin with microdermabrasion, chemical peels, and rejuvenating facials. Additionally, the spa?s hair professionals specialize in extensions of all colors and styles, as well as updos for special occasions.
The specialists at Nosce Spa & Cosmetics can handle beauty from every angle. Starting with the face, they tackle wrinkles with microdermabrasion or soothe the skin with a variety of facials that use ingredients such as antioxidants and nutrients. They also expertly apply professional makeup for weddings or other special occasions. Massage therapists oust stress and tension with Swedish, deep-tissue, and hot-stone modalities, and clients can employ the expertise of the studio’s resident photographer, who photographs subjects for all occasions.