Although a mirror only reflects your façade, your home ought to reveal your true self. The designers at Heather Cleveland Design take this into account as they create interior designs that transform the four walls of a home into a comfortable refuge. After mapping your movements from room to room, they create a cohesive and efficient layout. Then they build upon this foundation by selecting color palettes, pieces of furniture, and decorations that reflect your personality.
When they aren't helping homeowners settle into their domiciles, they can help them move out—and potentially get a better price for their home—through staging. This strategic interior design technique highlights unique features with major design overhauls or subtle changes in lighting and decor. If necessary, the designers can recommend a few renovations, such as repainting with flattering colors, adding new flooring, or replacing a beaded curtain with an actual front door.
People who have had the pleasure of working with Miguel Iraheta frequently comment on his sincerity. He always provides honest assessments of the work that needs to be performed, honest prices, and honest estimates on the time involved to get the work done. Miguel will also honestly admit that his services aren’t known for their speed, but that’s because he fills every moment on a job site with an obsessive attention to detail. He meticulously tapes down coverings over carpets, flooring, light switches, power outlets, and stationary pets, and he fills cracks and holes before covering them in paint with an artist’s eye for color combinations.
Pete Spediacci was not only gifted with this grandfather's name but also his knack for fixing up homes. So it only made sense when he took over the family house-painting business, which was originally established in 1926. To this day, Pete upholds his grandfather's mission of offering quality care to each customer, whether he’s painting the interior and exteriors of houses and office buildings, decorating them with Christmas lights, or installing rooftop landing strips for future alien invasions. The licensed, bonded, and insured handyman also instills a long list of safety precautions as he properly handles and disposes of cleaning solutions and paint residue.
It's rare to see someone wearing gloves in San Francisco, especially outside of the holiday season. But at All About You Day Spa, bundled-up hands are a desirable luxury. During a paraffin treatment, clients dip their hands into warm wax, wrap them in plastic, and fit them into heated gloves, moisturizing and softening the skin. Alongside aromatherapy, it's a common complement to the spa's nail services, and can be performed on feet as well.
The spa's staff has specialized in such relaxing touches for more than 12 years. That's about as narrow as their specialties get, however—their menu encompasses treatments for the entire body, from complexions to heels. Their list of facials includes Jessner peels and skin-brightening serums, and every one comes with a skin analysis, steam, exfoliation peel, and customized mask. As for hair, stylists create flattering cuts and up-dos, often with help from color formulas. Massage therapists soothe muscles with Swedish and deep-tissue kneads, or target pressure points on the feet with reflexology techniques, a safer method than having you walk across spilled marbles. Waxing, makeup, and spray-tanning services are also available.
A detailed-oriented person by nature, Joubert has a penchant for cleanliness and order. He and his team perform a litany of services, including housecleaning, gutter clearing, and pressure washing. Their handiness also extends to gardening and landscaping, house painting, window washing, and general home repair.