Sunshine Daydream’s resourceful staff unveils a collection of hard-to-find vintage gifts that stand as tributes to days past with tie-dyed threads, hippie-era band merchandise, candles, and incents. The periwinkle-colored Grateful Dead Blue Bear Mandala tapestry ($26.99) allows buyers to embellish empty walls with Sanskrit-inspired designs or cover up holes kicked in by temperamental Rockettes. Transform stark rented flats into personal temples with wood-and-bamboo door beads ($22.99) that fall in a whimsical arch formation. The shop also pays homage to contemporary pop culture with T-shirts ($19.99-$26.99) declaring love for cult classics such as The Big Lebowski, Dazed and Confused, and The Hangover. Guests can occupy their palms with a variety of hand drums ($24.99) designed for drum-circle frequenters and stock traders that sell via Morse code.
Pizazz Furniture searches the planet to bring you affordable contemporary home furnishings. Your purchase can be drop shipped directly to your home or picked up at our store in mid town Saint Louis. We have picked products that will give you great looks and comfort at reasonable prices. Our mission is to put contemporary st
Marking its 40th anniversary, this year’s Gypsy Caravan Market amasses the antiques and handcrafted goods of more than 300 vendors to benefit the St. Louis Symphony. Artisans hailing from 20 states ply marketplace wares including furniture, clothing, art, and antique-traffic violations as visitors wend their way through the impressive displays. Kids can park themselves in the Children's Corner, where they’re greeted with activities, while adults sample barbecue, gyros, hot dogs, ice cream and other edibles from more than 15 food vendors.
Founded in 1871 and family-owned, Forshaw boasts a long history of pairing customers with high-quality fireplaces in their 22,000-square-foot show room. Slather a fresh layer of cozy atop living rooms or dens with a direct-vent gas-burning fireplace plucked from Forshaw's extensive selection of Heat & Glo and Heatilator models. The top-selling Heatilator Novus 4236 ($1,622) warms toes and heart cockles alike, spouting forth up to 25,000 BTUs per hour from a minimalist façade that leads eyes toward the glowing fire and its elusive magic eye images. Equally at home in a corner or wall, the 41-inch wide fireplace (36-inch wide opening) maintains air quality by shuttling away harmful carbon monoxide and excess moisture. Novus's IntelliFire electronic ignition system helps cut down on gas consumption by lighting a pilot flame only when needed, and supplying a backup battery system for power outages and times when the microwave hogs all the electricity by singing karaoke.
A red brick exterior, spacious sidewalk patio, and delectable café menu highlight the charming European appeal of Rue Lafayette, whose beginnings were documented on a recent episode of Renovation Realities on HGTV. Early-morning strollers, comptrollers, and world-weary street mimes can start their morning of artfully aimless ambling with Rue Lafayette's sweet, flaky croissants imported from France. The chocolate croissant ($2.50) or the egg soufflé du jour ($5.95) matches particularly well with large cups of the café's drip coffee. Lunchers, meanwhile, can feast on the quiche ($7.95) and mix it together in their digestive centrifuge with the sinfully tasty soup du jour ($6.95). Since Rue Lafayette's dishes rotate with the stately dance of the seasons, each polite café employee will cheerfully lay out today's recommendations, tomorrow's libations, and yesterday's neutron radiation gyrations. The café's mad scientists have also combined breakfast and lunch into an unholy (yet delicious) monstrosity known as brunch, which gets unleashed from its chains every Saturday and Sunday.
The shelves at Looking Glass Designs teem with jewelry, bags, apparel, and gifts for children and adults alike. Adorn barren wrists, lonely necks, and empty earlobes with handmade beaded jewelry sets in contemporary and antique styles. Stylish serving items include wine glasses etched with the fleur-de-lis, the national symbol of Rhode Island ($8). Recycled coffee bags come together in Sun Ministries eco-friendly totes, and each tan and gingham-patterned bag helps to send young missionaries into inner-city areas. The shop also stocks scarves ($15–$35), baby gifts and apparel ($10–$50), soy candles ($14), and natural loofah bath scrubbies ($7). For an additional fee, customers can choose to have owner Andrea Heugatter, whose needle skills helped her to win the Riverfront Times 2009 award for Best Personalized Gifts, emblazon gifts with names, personal messages, or grocery lists.