Striving to give every customer a "beducation," the mattress mavens at Mattress Mattress delight in matching humans with their ideal mattresses. Within Mattress Mattress' airy showrooms, customers can test the bounciness of bouncy balls on name brands that include Serta, Sealy, and Kingsdown. A Zoom twin mattress ($158.88) or a Sedona Twin Unit ($999.99) sponge up the elusive epiphanies and grocery lists made right before falling asleep. This Groupon may be used towards larger mattress models such as the Kingsdown Macau queen-size mattress set ($1199.99) or the Serta Helen king-size mattress ($1299.99).
Max and Maude equips newborns through tweens with an arsenal of creativity-inspiring toys, stylish apparel, and vibrant room decor from brands such as Nurseryworks, Monte Design, ErgoBaby and Argington. Skip Hop backpacks ($24.99) decorate textbook transporter exteriors into the whimsical faces of zebras, bees, foxes, and Eugene Levys. Feet find protection from puddles in a pair of waterproof paisley-patterned Bogs boots ($84.99), which complement the screen-prints emblazoned on Munster shirts ($49.99+). Brand new parents, meanwhile, can rock their joy bundles to slumber inside aden + anais's muslin swaddling blankets ($48.99 for a four-pack) or cosset toddlers atop a plush Fatboy beanbag, which includes a complimentary pea to test claims of royalty.
In 1993, Bud and Vivian Walker founded Great Canadian Dollar Store with a vision of creating a welcoming store where customers would want to take their family. Today, the original business has grown into a successful network of franchised stores helmed by the Walker's son Kevin, who ensures that each location upholds the values of honesty, respect, and resourcefulness that the original store was founded upon. At each store, customers can stroll down bright, clean aisles filled with many items priced between $1 and $3, and pick up a variety of household items, school supplies, party supplies, and holiday decorations, without worrying about facing a pricey bill at the checkout counter.
Drawing from a pool of 50 suppliers, the staff at Direct Home Decor can administer complete makeovers to most any living space. These suppliers contribute furniture, fabrics, flooring, plumbing fixtures, and art for Direct Home Decor's custom home-design combinations. The designers then adjust each plan to fit the client's budget and artistic taste, supervising projects that range from choosing and installing new window shades to overhauling entire houses.
Before proceeding with renovations, they can visit properties for in-depth consultations, advising owners on aesthetic schemes or ways to boost their home's value without bedazzling the gutters. Additionally, their do-it-yourself options accommodate patrons who would rather retain complete control of their changes.
At Dallas Frame & Arts, expert staffers navigate a selection of more than 4,000 frame mouldings to help customers find one that showcases their prints, matches their decor, and fits their budget. Their diverse styles range from rustic wood and modern metal to ornate gold leaf and whimsical heart and oval shapes. The staff also taps into 25 years of experience to design frames and mats that fit and preserve your prints. In addition, they can create custom shadowboxes to display sentimental objects or secure grandpa's consistently misplaced reading glasses.
The shop also stocks artwork, prints, and posters from internationally famous names such as Thomas Kinkade, as well as regional artists including Alex Halliburton, Jack Ellis, and Robert Bailey.
AH Beads's colourful shop strives to meet the evolving needs of beading fanatics. Boasting a selection of products that encompasses more than 50,000 items, each store equips beading and jewellery artisans with a huge array of materials, tools, and accessories for creating wearable works of art. Chains sparkle in hues of gunmetal, copper, and sterling silver; Swarovski crystal beads, freshwater pearls, and rhinestone rondelles sparkle as brilliantly as a nuclear physicist wrapped in tinfoil. Books and tools help to guide burgeoning bead manipulators in their craft, helping to facilitate the use of techniques and updates on current trends.