The cleaning professionals at Atlanta Clean & Tidy deploy an arsenal of HEPA tools and safe chemicals to rid homes of dust, dirt, and grime. In fact, every vacuum, mop, and steamer the team uses has Anti-Allergen Complete Seal Technology HEPA systems that trap 99.99% of dust and allergens, rather than allowing dust bunnies to scurry to other surfaces or coalesce into a dust pit bull. Homeowners can recruit their cleaning services as a one-time major job, or on a recurring weekly, bi-weekly, or monthly basis.
Suite Spot's collection of decorative home goodies makes it easy for patrons to inject sophistication, vibrant color, and function into their living spaces. Enliven bathroom towel racks with soothing MOR body butter ($16) or microcotton luxury towels, with more than 25 hue options and sets including one bath towel, hand towel, wash cloth, and absorbent top hat for dapper hair-drying ($80 per set). Beds glow like burning bamboo when dressed in Bamboo luxury sheets and quilted coverlets ($115–$475), and designer Rosenholm-Delft pillows provide decorative shields against torpedoed teddy bears ($165 each). Suite Spot also offers basic and custom monogram services ($10+) to help domicile denizens discern which towels are his, hers, and their tax agent's.
The Furniture Bank collects furnishings from area donors and stores them in a fully secured storage house, from which the items can be delivered to households in need. Through its Furniture Distribution Program, the organization provides on average 14 pieces of furniture to each of its client families, including a bed for each family member, a sofa, and items such as dressers, bookshelves, and coffee tables. Every year, it distributes furniture to more than 3,000 people, more than 1,700 of whom are children. But despite the generosity of the Furniture Bank's donors, the need for children's bedding often outnumbers donations, as most donated beds are full- or queen-sized. The Furniture Bank purchases twin mattresses to fill the void, ensuring each child who needs a bed receives one.
Kathy Antar opened The Sewing Studio planning to provide sewing services for design professionals and event producers, but was soon flooded with phone calls and emails from people who simply wanted to know how to use their sewing machines. To meet that need, The Sewing Studio began to offer a selection of beginner, intermediate, and advanced sewing classes. During each 2.5-hour session, students learn how to thread machines, wind the bobbin, and practice various stitches using their own machines. In addition to classes, Kathy custom-designs furniture upholstery, bedding, and window coverings and supplies expert design-consultation services, which can transform a client's dream design into a tactile reality.