Home & Garden in Port Lavaca


Our deal searchers couldn't find any Home & Garden deals at the moment.
They feel bad, so they found you these other deals to make up for it.

Select Local Merchants

  • Knork
    Chefs on Bravo's Top Chef and Top Chef Masters use it, Rachael Ray loves it, and Wolfgang Puck's Los Angeles Food and Wine event uses it exclusively. Its success stems from its simplicity?a knife and fork combined into one: the Knork. Knork founder Mike Miller stumbled onto this idea while on a date at a pizzeria. He was frustrated in his attempts to neatly eat his slice with a fork, and found a solution that serves as both a cutting and piercing device. Though at first glance it may look like a standard fork, the Knork's beveled edges and broadly curved outer tines can slice through fruit, pizza, vegetables, and fish without being so sharp as to endanger diners' fingers. The Knork line of elegant flatware extends to stainless steel spoons, knives, and serving utensils as well. The tableware comes in high-gloss, matte, or dual-toned finishes, and is ergonomically designed for maximal comfort.
    Read More
    1301 E Rio Grande
    Victoria, TX US
  • Flirty Aprons
    Flirty Aprons protects outfits from cooking mishaps with more than 50 fashionable coverings that have earned the company mentions from TV shows and media outlets including Better Homes and Gardens and the Los Angeles Times. Women?s aprons come in unique styles?including original and Marilyn?all designed to hug curves and flatter the female figure. Original aprons embody the spirit of the 1950s with a rounded, ruffled cut that keeps cooks comfortable thanks to two layers of cotton and a thick, extra-long waist-tie. Single-layer Marilyn styles channel vintage starlets with tiered or A-line skirts and intricate design elements such as decorative pockets and machete sheathes. Little cooks as young as 3 may don aprons their own size that express a youthful style sense or match with their mothers. Men?s aprons, meanwhile, shield grill masters from errant sauce stains with durable fabric decked in whimsical slogans such as ?BBQ King? and ?I Like Big Buns.?
    Read More
    1301 East Rio Grande Street
    Victoria, TX US
  • Sticks and Stones
    With pieces that have been featured on The Martha Stewart Show, hung in the White House, and chosen by Oprah to bestow upon Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes to celebrate their joint invention of the cotton gin, Sticks and Stones has made one-of-a-kind art ubiquitous. The company's master photographers have compiled a gallery of black-and-white art photographs depicting natural and structural images that represent each letter of the alphabet, which customers can peruse to craft a framed heirloom up to 14 letters long. Once finished, a panel of judges approves the message masterpiece, which, regardless of semiotic weight, gets framed and shipped. Lauded by numerous other celebrity and media outlets, these letter-based and individually tailored decor concoctions make ideal housewarming, wedding, and new-baby gifts.
    Read More
    1301 East Rio Grande Street
    Victoria, TX US
  • Collage.com
    Creating a personalized product is simple on Collage.com, which has developed easy-to-use, but powerful editing tools that can imprint a variety of items with photo collages. More than 300,000 customers have used the software to customize products such as photo blankets, photo books, and gallery wrap canvases with photos, text, and stylish backgrounds. On Collage.com, customers upload photos from social-media websites or their computer before working with the easy-to-use design tools to arrange them exactly how they want. One-click Auto Placement even lets users create a custom layout in seconds, and users are never locked into a fixed template. Afterward, masterpieces can be shared for free online or printed and shipped. Collage.com has been featured on such TV shows as Good Morning America and Today, which deemed the company a good option for holiday gifts.
    Read More
    1301 E Rio Grande St
    Victoria, TX US
  • Wine Insiders
    Enophile John Davis founded Wine Insiders 25 years ago, using his octopus-like industry connections to assemble a panel of wine experts who would seek out the best and most affordable wines. On average, his league of critics approves 5 out of every 100 bottles sampled, ensuring that only the most delicious wines get recommended to his customers. The team even offers a satisfaction guarantee: if customers aren't 100% delighted by the vinos they've selected, Wine Insiders will refund the full cost of the order, no questions asked?not even "So, you doing anything fun this weekend?" Despite its staff's legendary pickiness, Wine Insiders stocks a variety of red and white wines, including pinot noirs, pinot grigios, rieslings, and cabernet sauvignons, each joined by an informative description.
    Read More
    1301 East Rio Grande Street
    Victoria, TX US
  • Printerpix
    Printerpix's easy-to-use online software lets photo lovers create custom books, calendars, and canvases by emblazoning quality, professionally printed surfaces with personalized images. Customers can fill the pages of a photo book in as little as five minutes using provided templates, themes, backgrounds, clip art, and style guides without ever leaving the comforts of their office exercise-ball chair. Calendars give organization a personal touch by highlighting important dates with custom images and adorning each month with a favorite photo, and the 12 color presses and fade-resistant ink of canvas printing treats personal images to museum-inspired recreation better than getting a marble bust made over the phone. As customers traverse the website to craft their individualized piece, an accommodating staff stands by to resolve questions and concerns through email or by phone.
    Read More
    1301 East Rio Grande Street
    Victoria, TX US

Groupon Guide

Advertisement