Sun pours past window planters full of flowers, rippling across the handcrafted bowls and vases that line The Broken Mold?s canary-hued walls. Shelves and tables groan beneath an array of watercolors, acrylics, and oils. Artists seeking a workspace away from the narcissistic bowls of fruit that fill most homes practice their craft in The Broken Mold?s studios, and pupils of all levels build their skills by enrolling in lessons or by observing skilled studio potters. The Broken Mold sells and showcases the work of local artists with events throughout the year.
We are a full service florist and greenhouse. We deliver throughout the Capital District and connect around the world with Teleflora. Think Birthdays, Anniversaries, Get Well, Promotions, Sympathy and Just Because. We deliver emotion. We also are fluent in everything Bridal. Call us for any occasion. Satisfaction 100%
The handmade furniture at Mary's Country Closet is distinctly rustic. Wooden cabinets, hutches, and end tables painted in earth tones and lightly worn around the edges bear a stylishly distressed aesthetic that'll make any den or police interrogation room feel more homey. Customers can peruse Mary's predesigned wares or request custom orders over the phone.
The design consultants at California Closets summon their space-scrutinizing skills and work one on one with clients to organize homes with helpful tips and custom-constructed storage solutions. Consultants absorb each owner's individual sense of style to maximize space and prevent messes while augmenting homes' unique handsomeness. All custom storage systems are manufactured on-site and come with a lifetime warranty. Though most closet systems go for more than $250, you can put this Groupon toward custom garage cabinetry to stash tools and jam bands in style or use it to hide stolen quill pens with solutions for the office. California Closets utilizes eco-friendly materials and methods to greenify each storage space without the hassle of watering a pantry lawn.
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.