Home & Garden in East Cleveland


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  • Hands On Pottery Studio
    The staffers at Hands on Pottery Studio appreciate that many artists need an inspirational push—especially in the face of more than 150 paintable objects. That's why they've installed a design center, where guests can peruse books, trace stencils, or print patterns from a computer to inform their opus ideas. They allow painters unlimited access to their wall of paints, and mosaic-makers can pick through a trove of marbles, glass, and tile fragments. Constantly striving to nurture creativity, they stroll past tables of guests at work and remain attentive to questions or requests. They don't believe in obstructing the process by charging by the hour or the final number of paint splatters on the guests' clothing. Instead, they encompass all equipment and studio time within a single price for paint-your-own appointments, freeing artists to craft elaborate home-decor pieces or personalized gifts fit for weddings, birthdays, and anniversaries. Their vision of communal artistry stretches beyond these sessions, however. They host mobile and onsite parties, workshops, and summer camps, which teach children to exceed the output of every great film director by crafting five projects in five days. With a retail stock of customizable gifts, they also display their own painting prowess to commemorate cherished events.
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    28420 Chagrin Blvd
    Beachwood, OH US
  • Fish Furniture
    When Seymour and Esther Fischgrund founded Fish Furniture in 1925, the couple personally stained, painted, and housebroke each piece before sending it home with a customer. Today, Fish Furniture operates a bit more efficiently, but with the same attention to detail and quality. In the eight-plus decades since opening, the business has grown from 2 employees to 70. It features a pair of 40,000-square-foot show rooms, inside of which sit upholstery, bedroom sets, and office trimmings bearing solid-wood construction and the names of well-known manufacturers. Outside the show rooms, Fish's staff travels to homes to provide interior-design advice, and its courtesy touchups mend scuffs and scrapes in a more fashionable manner than haphazardly placed band-aids.
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    1443 Som Center Rd.
    Mayfield Heights, OH US
  • Marshall Carpet One
    Marshall Carpet One has kept local foundations covered for more than 45 years. Today, their 17,000-square-foot showroom stocks carpets for all traffic levels, as well as durable laminates and hardwoods, tile from domestic and international suppliers, and more than 1,000 designer and imported area rugs. Showroom staff members help customers navigate the SelectAFloor system, which organizes flooring options by style, color, and ticklishness. Carpet One backs their materials with extra protection, including a Beautiful Guarantee that grants free replacement and tiered warranties that cover stains, fading, and minor water damage.
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    1451 Som Center Rd
    Cleveland, OH US
  • Mattress Warehouse
    Nearly 100 store mattress retailer in 4 states, with 10 locations in the Cincinnati area. We carry America's top five mattress brands, including Sealy, Serta, Simmons, Stearns & Foster and Tempur-pedic. We have been in business for 27 years.
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    6020 Mayfield Rd
    Cleveland, OH US
  • Perrino Custom Builders
    Members of the Perrino family draw on 20 years of custom home-building experience to display Perrino Fine Furniture and Interiors? vast inventory in fully furnished rooms and Oriental-rug-lined formal ball pits. Designers such as D&W Silks and Benetti?s Italia bedeck living spaces in a spectrum of traditional and contemporary styles, from sleek curio cabinets to sofas and armchairs imported from Milan or New York. And to complement the larger pieces, upscale accessories like murals and candle holders can imbue walls with renewed confidence after criticism from catty magic mirrors.
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    6163 Mayfield Road
    Mayfield Heights, OH US
  • "A Christmas Story" House & Museum
    Since 1983, families have spent their holidays around the television, watching A Christmas Story and joining in the triumphs and failures of 9-year-old Ralphie as he struggles to secure a Red Ryder BB gun from Santa's bag. Although the cult-classic film showed Ralphie living in Indiana, the house in which the movie took place rests in Cleveland—and is now a museum. When MSNBC interviewed lifelong fan and A Christmas Story House & Museum owner Brian Jones, they profiled the story of how he found the house on eBay and jumped at the chance to own it. Today, he’s turned it into a year-round place of pilgrimage for fans and the site of an occasionally-held convention for Ralphies. Jones’s restoration has returned rooms to exactly how they were in the film, letting guests gaze at the tinsel-strewn tree with its star falling off and explore the bathroom where Ralphie’s mouth was washed out with soap—a time-tested method for cavity prevention. Visitors can even attempt to hide like little Randy in the cabinet under the sink. After seeing the backyard that still houses the original shed, where Ralphie defended his family against Black Bart, fans head across the street to the A Christmas Story House & Museum. Here, original props such as the toys from the Higbee’s department-store window, Randy’s snowsuit, and Miss Shields’s classroom chalkboard join other memorabilia and hundreds of behind-the-scenes photos. Before leaving, guests drop into the gift shop to pick up a leg lamp just like the one Ralphie's old man cherished so dearly.
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    3159 W 11th St.
    Cleveland, OH US

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