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Home Decor in Redmond


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  • Standard TV and Appliance
    Standard TV and Appliance has been known for equipping Oregonians with fridges, washing machines, televisions, and other home furnishings and appliances for nearly 70 years. Founded in 1947 by Clement and Hazel Gander, the appliance experts swiftly outgrew their original location and today boast four (soon to be five) locations in and around Portland, featuring a large selection of Simmons Beautyrest mattresses. Staff members are trained to help customers find the correct mattress to fit their individual needs. Besides selling new machines from top brands, they sling deals on quality used appliances, offer parts and repair services, and babysit lonely range-tops during long vacations.
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    63736 Paramount Dr
    Bend, OR US
  • High Desert Gallery
    High Desert Gallery, The Art & Soul of Central Oregon? is an award winning fine art and custom picture framing gallery with retail gallery locations in downtown Bend, and Sisters Oregon. High Desert Frameworks!, the award-winning framing studio for the gallery, is located at 61 NW Oregon Avenue, Bend Oregon. 866-549-6250
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    10 Northwest Minnesota Avenue
    Bend, OR US
  • The Great Frame Up
    There's no need to run around Bend to get all of your beauty treatment done. The Great Frame Up, a full-service salon, has all of your favorite beauty services in one spot. Bring your hairstyle and color to the next level with a hydrating hair treatment, such as hair cuts and color and highlights. For excellent service and treatments that exceed your standards of style, visit The Great Frame Up.
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    61545 South Highway 97
    Bend, OR US
  • Little Black Dress
    When it comes to filling women’s wardrobes, Little Black Dress aims to be as ubiquitous as its namesake apparel. The consignment shop inches closer to its goal with every addition to its inventory, a meticulously curated collection of vintage designer clothing. Jimmy Choo shoes, Coach handbags, and apparel by Oscar De La Renta, Ralph Lauren, and Zac Posen fill the racks and shelves, which undergo constant makeovers as new items pour in. In addition to upscale items, Little Black Dress also stocks casualwear such as T-shirts and jeans, the official garments of weekends and National Blue Jeans Day.
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    2132 Main St
    Springfield, OR US
  • Emerald Art Center
    Emerald Art Center carves out a community for local artists of all skill levels, showcasing and selling masterworks from neighborhood virtuosos at their gallery and workspace. Contribute time alongside money with a Participating membership, which unlocks the perks of patronage in exchange for one day of gallery hosting per month, or five hours of equivalent service. When not running the show, members pick their way through a variety of rotating and permanent exhibits or introduce their own work to artful eyes during frequent EAC-sponsored member shows. Monthly meetings foster networking opportunities, cultivate creativity, and encourage spontaneous conga lines. Artist biographies, featured on the Emerald website and in the gallery's Artist Bio Book, delightedly divulge factoids and sample images from each member.
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    500 Main St
    Springfield, OR US
  • Something To Crow About
    Kennette Blotzer, owner of Something to Crow About, has created a quilter’s haven in her store’s expanded space, characterized by its original brick and wood-plank flooring. More than 3,000 bolts of fabric spark inspiration with a range of designs, from seasonal prints to careful reproductions of patterns from the Civil War and the 1930s. The shop stays true to its name by specializing in chicken and rooster fabrics, which congenial employees can help sort through while advising on individual projects. The Block of the Month projects guide quilters through long-term projects of 6 or 12 months by proffering patterns and supplies needed for creating quilts one step at a time. The shop further generates community by serving as a certified venue for company trust-fall activities and by hosting events that include sewing-club meetings as well as diverse quilting and rug-hooking classes. :m]]
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    4227 Main St
    Springfield, OR US

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