Home Decor in North Liberty


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  • Nagle Lumber Co.
    Nagle keeps home improvers improving homes with a full line of tools, building materials, and constructible constructables. Pound roof nails ($9.49/5 lbs.) into roofs or Barbie doll arms into chocolate bars with a 13 oz. fiberglass handle claw hammer ($16.49). Or keep dampness out of larger rooms with an Eva Dry wireless dehumidifier ($34.99), or a 10 lb. pail of Waterplug Cement ($16.49), which seals running water out of cracks with a nontoxic, nonshrinking formula. A handy window thermometer ($6.99) will help you remember what season it isn't, while a fetching 20"x36" welcome mat ($25.99), will encourage visits from loved ones or mailmen any time of the year.
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    1201 S Gilbert St
    Iowa City, IA US
  • Backyard Candle Company
    Backyard Candle Co. owners and votive lieges Tricia Whisler and Linda Messer hand-pour 100% soy candles into attractive container sets of numerous sizes (5?16 ounces, $7.99?$15.99). Before getting their candles, guests take in wafts of the scent menu, which drifts with 50 different aromas that include the sweet Pink Sugar, the delectable Coconut Cream Pie, and the soft Country Clothesline. Lotions and shower gels douse bodies in fragrances (two for $15.99), while tarts ($1.50) and scented room and linen sprays can be used to freshen up an office or mask the scent of a secret horse stable ($4.99). With creative graphics and images, Papaya cards greet loved ones with a nod toward style and a nudge toward creatively abandoning the envelope ($2.50). Under its vintage pressed ceilings Backyard Candle Co. also stocks a vast array of rotating eclectic home decorations.
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    104 West Main Street
    Washington, IA US
  • Real Deals on Home Decor Iowa City
    Real Deals on Home Decor stays open two days a week, a rarefied time frame that suits its weekly changing collection of funky, one-of-a-kind clocks, wall art, lamps, mirrors, and other adornments. Every Thursday and Saturday, owners Danielle and Angela open the shop's doors to customers scouring the land for curious knick-knacks or creative holiday decorations. The domicile-decorating spot also carries Coaster Occasional chairs.
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    810 Maiden Ln.
    Iowa City, IA US
  • Tiffanie Lloyd Photography
    A mother of six, Tiffanie Lloyd developed her photographic skills by taking pictures of each of her young ones. This hobby soon developed into Tiffanie Lloyd Photography, where Tiffanie uses her expert eye to snap shots of other people's newborns and children. Though happy to use props, Tiffanie mostly eschews bells and whistles at her on-location or in-studio sessions, preferring to capture childhood innocence with straightforward compositions. To preserve her client's favorite images, she offers a slew of products, from prints and framed wall portraits to photo coasters and stickers. Along with paid work, Tiffanie lends her talents to numerous charitable causes, such as taking free photographs of high-school seniors in foster care.
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    2902 1st Avenue Northeast
    Cedar Rapids, IA US
  • All About Pictures
    All About Pictures? inventory encompasses a vast collection of card-making and scrapbooking supplies selected by brother-and-sister team Richard Kells-Pitlik and Diane Pitlik. Specialized paper in a spectrum of hues and textbook of textures ($0.79?$2.59) showcases family photos, tissues of sentimental value, and other lovingly flattened keepsakes. Flowers ($1.99+), ribbon ($0.50+), stickers ($1.99+) and other embellishments enhance pastiche pages. Heighten a project?s style with texture and design using Cuttlebug and Sizzix embossing folders ($4.99?$9.99), or by gluing it to a ceiling fan with a range of specialized adhesives ($4.99?$9.99).
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    3901 1st Ave SE
    Cedar Rapids, IA US
  • The Ar-Jay Center
    With members certified by the American Lighting Association, The Ar-Jay Center?s staff of seasoned illuminators shine a new light on hum-drum homes with stylish accessories including lighting, ceiling fans, and mirrors. Brighten shadowed corridors with the aerial radiance from an oil-rubbed bronze mini pendant light ($38), or pinpoint bodily smudges underneath the cascading effulgence of a three-bulb bath light ($47). Halogen desk lamps keep work on schedule with brilliant light and built-in clocks ($30); the blades of a bronze 52-inch ceiling fan supply rooms with the wind power required during hot summers or indoor parasailing practice ($75). The center's experienced design staff stands ready to assist with any furnishing inquiries, helping customers tease out the personality of otherwise bashful roosts.
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    5515 Council St NE
    Cedar Rapids, IA US

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