Stores Re-opening & Curbside Pickup
We are pleased to announce that many stores are re-opened for full business (Monday through Saturday 11am – 7pm & Sunday 11am – 6pm). See full list below.
The health and safety of our customers and employees are our top priority. We are providing our employees with masks and gloves and will be sanitizing high-touch points in our stores—including door handles, the checkout counter, and restrooms—at least every 30 minutes. We are also following all local government mandates to limit the number of customers allowed in our store at any given time and we are encouraging customers to maintain 6 ft. social distancing space while shopping or checking out.
We are also offering contactless curbside pickup at Most stores.
How It Works:
- Choose "Free Pickup in Store" on your item and then complete your order.
- Wait for your "Ready for Pickup" email to let you know when your order is ready and you can head to the store.
- Pull up curbside between 11 AM and 3 PM 7 days a week. Please note: Furniture items will be available for pickup only on Saturdays between 11 AM and 3 PM.
- When you arrive to pick up your order, call the store to let them know you’re there.
- Provide the Store Associate with your name and order number along with the color and make of your vehicle.
- While the Store Associate is preparing your order, please prepare your vehicle for the order to be loaded. This could include opening your trunk or backseat door and moving any objects that might prevent a contact-free loading process.
- Once your order is prepared, we’ll bring it out to your vehicle and load it! Easy and contactless!
The following stores are open for curbside-only or are fully re-opened:
It's time to reflect! Let's talk about mirrors, ladies and gentlemen. Specifically, let's talk about all the wonderful things they can do for us. Sure, they give us a great way to check our hair before heading out in the morning, but what can mirrors do when they're not telling us who is fairest of them all?
Mirrors are a versatile home accent that can factor into almost any room's decor. But a mirror's versatility goes largely unnoticed. Most of us are content to hang them on (or lean them against) a wall and be done with them. Maybe we use them to open up a room a little and create the illusion of extra space, but that's just scraping the surface of what a mirror can do for your home's look. Let's see how else mirrors can be used:
Alternative Use #1: Reflective Art
Mirrors can serve more than just a practical purpose in your home—it can also be an aesthetic choice. Try using a mirror (or several) as wall art for your room. A sunburst mirror (or any mirror that isn't round or rectangular) can be hung on the wall in place of a more traditional piece of art. If you would rather hang something more traditional, look into mirrors with decorative frames or perhaps a window pane mirror. The idea is to shift the focus to an attribute of the mirror aside from the mirror itself — those attributes being the shape or the frame. Another option would be to find several smaller mirrors and hang them in clusters. You can even include some hand mirrors — complete with handles — in the mix for a fun, quirky look.
Alternative Use #2: Dry-Erase Board
Dry-erase markers work wonderfully on glass. Hang a mirror up in any room that could use a stylish dry-erase board, like a contemporary home office or even your teen's room. You can also hang a mirror in the kitchen and create your own fashionable menu board. Once you have the dry-erase markers around, be sure to scribble notes (and sweet nothings) to your significant other on the bathroom or bedroom mirror; your message is sure to get noticed, and the message will wipe away with ease.
Alternative Use #3: Instant Light Brightener
A well-placed mirror can double the available light in a room. Simply place a mirror behind a lamp or pendant light for an ambient boost to any space. This works especially well in bedrooms with small bedside lamps; you might find yourself turning off your overhead light entirely! Mirrors can also be used to showcase a particularly extravagant light fixture—chandeliers over dining tables come to mind. With a mirror directly across from it, you'll be able to see it from every angle. Plus, the light bouncing off the mirror will instantly brighten the light in your dining room.
Alternative Use #4: Space-Creating Backsplash
Here's one out of left field: use a mirror as a backsplash behind your sink or range. There are actually a couple benefits to this one, aside from the obvious aesthetic value. Like in any other room, having a mirror behind one of your kitchen fixtures opens up your kitchen, giving the illusion of added space. Also, the mirror will reflect light already present in the room, adding a little more visibility to your cooking surfaces or sink area. However, be sure to use go for an antiqued mirror if you intend to use a mirror for a backsplash; antiqued mirrors hide potential splatters much better than perfectly clean ones.
Mirrors have often been considered a hidden weapon in any designer's arsenal. They can be used for so many different purposes, and they fit with almost any decor style. Chances are, no matter what your personal style is, you can find a mirror that not only fits your decor but celebrates it. And now that you have these suggestions, you can use your mirrors for more than just taking a quick glance or expanding your room space.