WorldWide Furniture Direct outfits empty apartments and echoing igloos alike with high-quality, cost-slashed furniture. Items like a 24- or 29-inch bar stool ($100 each), a twin-over-full bunk-bed set with two mattresses ($399), a seven-piece cherry Louis Phillipe bedroom set ($699), or a 26-inch brushed chrome lamp ($99) are practical yet stylish pieces that, when combined with oxygen and a minimal supply of drywall fertilizer, bring static rooms to vibrant life. WorldWide’s friendly, experienced staff can guide you through all 3,900 feet of the décor-lined warehouse and help you decide on an ideal combination of chic house dressings.
To aid both those who need to decorate a whole room or seek just one standout piece, the knowledgeable consultants at Simcolifestyle find answers to design voids with comprehensive furniture collections and eye-catching accessories. Their business was designed to provide clients with luxurious window treatments, furniture, and fireplaces at an affordable price without having to sacrifice style and functionality. In addition to helping clients pick out pieces in their showroom, the consultants and their staff create custom bathrooms, kitchens, flooring, closets, and audio-visual installations.
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.