Ben's Brands for Less houses a selection of overstocked name-brand home furnishings and mattresses at discounted prices. Household relaxation units from Simmons, Lane, and Broyhill complement any style or space, from art-deco dining rooms to children's bedrooms to ornate home mission-control centers. Dads can stage rest-offs on a dual reclining sofa ($499+) or survey a den outfitted with an entertainment center ($149+) and Simmons leather rocker recliner ($349+). Restless hibernators can return to goodnightliness with Ben's compendium of Beautyrest and Southern Cross slumber chariots. Affix frames with a Southern Cross luxury firm mattress ($248–$548) or a Simmons Harley plush mattress ($398–$798) to soften dreamscapes.
Mattress Choice's sleep specialists take the time to educate guests as they lead them on tours through a showroom stocked with more than 30 models. They explain the technology and benefits of each mattress to guests who lie on as many mattresses needed until they find the comfiest fit. Familiar brand names such as Simmons Beautyrest and ComforPedic make up the showroom’s roster. A stockpile of accessories provisions sleepers with other necessary items—frames, Tempur-Pedic pillows—that pile atop already-snug mattresses to make them even more comfortable after long sleepwalks or sleep break dancing.
In business for over 30 years, we have been an iconic location in Marietta. Our large showroom showcases the latest trends in residential tile; we stock in our warehouse at least 500 items at all times for immediate purchase. We also offer assistance in designing that dreamroom you've always wanted.
Located in Marietta GA and serving Atlanta and the surrounding areas, Atlanta Blind & Shade is the Shop-at-Home and now the SHOWROOM source for custom blinds, shades, plantation shutters and window tinting since 1994. We are your personal guru for window fashion decoration, privacy, and light control.
Needful Things stocks a plethora of fabric and a variety of home décor accessories to jazz up homes' insides. Fabrics woven from the nimble fingers at Millcreek, Waverly, Richloom, and Robert Allen ($10–$15/yard on average) can be hung over windows, stretched over chair seats, and pleated over pelvises to make a kilt or lampshade costume. Or homeowners can accent window treatments with a variety of trims ($1+), including tassels, brush fringe, and cords. Needful Things also houses furniture and home accessories ($20+), including pictures, lamps, and candle holders that can fill houses with evidence of your personal style. Meanwhile, Needful Things’ professional designers can offer guidance and expertise during design consultations ($50/hour), and an on-staff seamstress stands by to create table skirts, pillows, and more.
Wherever light can be used therapeutically, Radiance Light Systems is probably on top of it. The center opened as Wolff Tan USA in 1987, and is now known as Radiance Light Systems to reflect the many light-based services added to its roster on top of bed and spray tanning. Among them are hair and tattoo removal, as well as teeth-whitening treatments that use stain-dissolving lamps instead of firefly dentists. But at the center of the Radiance's offerings is LED light therapy, a process by which a special booth emits light that helps the body regenerate and heal, also helping skin look healthier in the process.