Home Decor in Springfield

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Painter's Supply stocks vibrant interior and exterior paints from top-industry brands alongside the tools needed to apply the new hues. Renters, homeowners, or tree-house speakeasy kingpins can complement paint schemes with implements such as tray liners ($5.13), microfiber roller covers ($3.99), paintbrushes ($20.49 for 2.5" brush), paint pails ($12.53), and paint-pail liners ($5.99). Feel free to solicit professional opinions or appraisals on a dumpster mural from each storefront's design center, which is helmed by proficient painters.

750 Page Blvd
Springfield,
MA
US

Frame Corner helps its clients deck their halls with photographs and artwork using premium framing materials selected to match each individual project and the surrounding décor. The store’s on-staff certified picture framer, artistic design consultant, and needlework expert form a three-headed framing machine that can help you preserve your most precious memories for millennia. Thousands of molding options (including wood, colored aluminum, and 22-karat gold-leafed materials that can also be used as currency), hundreds of museum-quality matting choices, and millions of seconds of framing experience make every project a one-of-a-kind work of art. Whether you’re framing your dog’s photograph or your dog’s diploma from dog college, prices for each job vary significantly according to the materials and presentation method used; most custom projects run between $200 and $300.

225 Shaker Rd
East Longmeadow,
MA
US

From owning previous restaurants in Central America and Southeast Asia to appearing on the Food Network's Chopped, award-winning chef Kristen Davis is no stranger to staying busy. At Popcorn Noir Restaurant & Bar, she draws on her seemingly endless reservoir of energy to craft completely new menus of her New American cuisine every season. Her cinema-themed menu includes "trailers"—appetizers like local Vermont tofu with sweet chili – and "feature presentations"—mains like P.E.I. mussels by the pound with a choice of sauce.

The menu's movie references don't come out of nowhere—Popcorn Noir hosts a film series for its members, as well as occasional screenings for the public. Besides cinematic entertainment, Popcorn Noir's weekly events include trivia dinners, open mic nights, and mixology classes where bartenders teach three cocktail preparations. Outside of the classroom, the mixology team showcases its skills by crafting cocktails mostly made with house-infused liquors, such as gimlets with house-infused cucumber vodka.

32 Cottage St
Easthampton,
MA
US

At This an That, patrons peruse 1,500 square feet of assorted books, furniture, home décor, handmade items, and sundry knickknacks. Shoppers can update charm bracelets with Pandora-style trinkets ($2) or pick up a new handmade bracelet ($5) to gift to a friend's bare wrist. Shoppers can make a sound real-estate investment with a handmade birdhouse ($18) or incite young imaginations with assorted toys ($1–$75), including miniature cars and fire trucks, ideal for keeping the flames of 8-ounce soy candles ($8.50+) at bay.

170 Main St
Monson,
MA
US

Since 1994, the family owners of Dream Catchers have stocked mattresses from the likes of Serta and Gold Bond alongside furnishings for every room of the home. For customers who don't own a large-enough wheelbarrow, Dream Catchers can deliver its wares directly to their doorsteps.

1438 Main St
Palmer,
MA
US

Armed with hundreds of different fabrics and leathers, Fly By Night’s upholstery experts drape custom designs onto a vast selection of American-made furniture. Courtesy of brands such as Lee, Norwalk, and American Leather, sofa designs range from the British elegance of the Notting Hill sofa ($989.95+) to the sleek napping surface of the Dorset apartment sofa ($959.95+). Chairs are available in either fabric or leather, from the gleaming red Myers chair ($699.95+) to the cushy Theo rocker recliner ($669.95+). Although delivery is not included in today's deal, Fly By Night also delivers five days a week throughout western Massachusetts with moving practices inspired by Sisyphus, who was forced to carry a heavy sofa up a hill while resisting the urge to sit in it.

21 State St
Northampton,
MA
US