With the dry Southwest climate in mind, the employee-owned Dunn-Edwards has been manufacturing paints and mixing up myriad kaleidoscopic colors for more than 85 years. Paint dabblers visit Dunn-Edwards for free expert color consultations with its resident interior designers, who help find the appropriate color combination for each individual's abode. Upon request, customers can also receive two free 8-ounce paint samples to try out on their walls.
Street Eagle Motorcycle Rentals locations span the coasts, giving thrill-seekers the rides of their lives on new and late-model motorcycles available for rent. Shiny fleets of Harley-Davidson, Triumph, Victory, Honda, Yamaha, BMW, and custom-cruise motorcycles can roll out with customers through a 24-hour rental or a permanent sale. Riders can test out the engines on the sporty BMW R 1200 GS or the Harley-Davidson Night Rod Special, a black-on-black mechanical masterpiece with an engine note that alerts onlookers and nearby Batman impersonators to the bike’s sleek design.
Don Lydick and Josh Hackett, owners of Southwest Mattress Wholesale, floods his 7,000-square-foot warehouse with a deluge of high-end slumber surfaces, including factory overruns and discontinued items. A queen-sized Sealy Posturepedic Grendon’s ($599, mattress only) titanium inner springs proffer the firm support that's necessary for satisfying rapid eye movement, and individually wrapped coils and superior foam cradle spines in the Stearns & Foster Queen Chestnut Street Luxury Plush Top ($899, mattress only). The full-sized Bella-Pedic Easy-Rest Bellissima ($749, mattress only) boasts pressure-responsive 5.3-pound density memory foam. Dr. Breus fans can investigate the Signature Plush Super Pillowtop mattress ($1,299, mattress only), which grants sleepers an all-foam, king-sized organic latex mattress and sovereign dominion over all who enter the bedroom. Mattresses in stock are subject to change.
The friendly staff at Statewide Lighting helps visitors illuminate their dark domiciles with a showroom that unveils a beaming variety of decorative and functional lighting accouterments. People can line the hallways of their homes with stylish ceramic wall sconces ($21 each) or grant their kitchens the gift of light with dangling mini pendants ($59.50 each). The elegantly shaped Tiffany lamp ($174.90) can be used to accent a side table or to shoo away loitering shadow puppets, and the cast-iron coach light ($51.50) offers a clear view of the outdoors during nighttime hours. Any of Statewide Lighting’s fixtures can be installed by one of their industrious illuminators at an additional charge.
Today’s Patio carries a vast assortment of outdoor furniture, accessories, patio umbrellas, and seasonal items to properly festoon yards and porches. Cover-needy customers can shade themselves with a 9’ sesame market umbrella ($199), or swathe sun drenched seats with a 54” round table & chairs cover ($77.99), providing loving protection from the elements and clever covering from nearsighted thieving yetis. Utilizing gears, motors, and dozens of electronic sundials, the double faced hanging wall clock ($189) helps homeowners stay abreast of the time and ensures avian youth homes never miss a worm loaf Thursday meal again.
Rated the #1 speed-reading software on multiple occasions by TopTenReviews, The Literacy Company’s speed-reading program, The Reader’s Edge, upgrades word wranglers' skills through easily grasped, computer-based exercises. The professional-level packages dethrone bad reading habits and crown students with improved literacy, increasing ravenous readers' word consumption, material comprehension, and text recall without mechanical assistance or cheat codes. The online option invites up to five budding book crunchers to partake in Internet-based tutelage, and the downloadable package allows every lesson plan to be saved on two Windows-based PCs.