Home Decor in Saratoga Springs


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  • KC Framing and Fabrics
    The handy folk at KC Framing and Fabrics equip DIY hobbyists with all the proper tools and products to create personalized home décor. Peruse bolt upon bolt of varicolored textiles such as the Amy Butler cypress paisley mint ($9.75 per yd.) or Andover Fabrics' snorkel pattern, a whimsical aquatic motif of whales, octopi, and starfish ($9.50 per yd.). Self teachers can stock up on an arsenal of instructional sewing books ($10.50–$27.95) and patterns ($5.25–$16).
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    67 Davidson Dr
    Saratoga Springs, NY US
  • Mini Me Pups Pet Boutique
    Everyone deserves a little pampering now and then?even our pets. At Mini Me Pups Pet Boutique, pet owners find gourmet treats, adorable canine couture, comfy beds, and designer toys to brighten their furry friends' lives. Squeaky balls are emblazoned with playful logos such as "Chewy Vuitton," "Dolce Grrbone-a," and "Chewnel." Doggy costumes and clothes range from snow suits and fleece jackets to adorable ruffly dresses. But probably the thing they'll get the most excited about are the snacks?peanut butter nuggets, country bacon dog biscuits, and cheesesteak snackies.
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    454 Broadway
    Saratoga Springs, NY US
  • The Candle Collective
    Morgan Boswell knew that candle making was fun?and easy if you had the right tools?but did anyone else? At her shop The Candle Collective, she's able to share her tricks and tips with candle makers of all stripes, even little kids. During two-hour classes, she shows students how to create their own candles, beginning with picking a scent and a mold, then filling, shaping, and cooling three candles. She also sells handcrafted candles and accessories at the studio, with unique products such as tea lights and Moroccan lamps to beautifully display them.
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    20 Prospect St.
    Ballston Spa, NY US
  • Beauknits
    BeauKnits Yarn Shoppe outfits knitters, and crocheters with the necessary supplies to create all manner of projects. The cozy store hosts a cornucopia of yarn balls and skeins, available in brands such as Plymouth, Brown Sheep, and Berroco and in myriad colors, thicknesses, textures, and blood types. Thin and delicate lace yarns ($8–$20) help fill out a doily collection, Malabrigo sock-yarns fan across frigid feet ($18.75), and a few coils of Lamb's Pride wool yarn ($8.50) helps needle-wielders to knit a model sheep or imitation alpaca. The store's extensive supply of needles enhances crafts large and small, and its selection of patterns and books helps take the guesswork out of garnishing. The staff, eager to answer any knitting or crocheting questions, aids indecisive crafters in choosing the perfect tools for the job at hand.
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    182 Remsen St
    Cohoes, NY US
  • A Gary's Treasures
    A Gary's Treasures leverages the 21 years of expertise under its meticulously monogrammed belt to outfit such local organizations as high school sports teams and businesses with custom uniforms and apparel. Follow in the sartorial footsteps of the UMass and University of Rochester competition squads by carrying a monogrammed gym bag, sporting an embroidered T-shirt, hiding from the sun's pernicious glare under a tailor-stitched hat, or by placekicking a ham down grocery store aisles. A Gary's Treasures has also embroidered threads for Shenendehowa Central Schools, Albany Mechanical Services, and Vice President Joe Biden. To get an idea of the precision with which the sewing smiths at A Gary's Treasures stitch the designs of client sportswear, feel free to take a peak at their handiwork.
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    629 Plank Rd
    Clifton Park, NY US
  • Di Siena Furniture
    In 1947, Angela and Bernard DiSiena started peddling appliances and kitchen cabinets in a garage with dirt floors covered by canvas. More than six decades later, DiSiena Furniture boasts 85,000 square feet of space spanning a trio of buildings. Today, Angie's three children and their spouses still preside over daily operations. The family brightens homes with furniture from a medley of brands, outfitting boudoirs with luxurious beds, offices with desks, and living rooms with couches and leather recliners. They also add finishing touches to home decor with lamps, mirrors, and grandfather clocks, whose cardigans and corncob pipes lend a distinguished air to any room.
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    115 Round Lake Ave
    Mechanicville, NY US
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