Featured on Project Runway, Oprah, and Martha Stewart, Mood Designer Fabrics supplies prestigious fibers to professional designers and student sewers alike. Erected in the likeness of its palatial New York City fabric facility, the web store dices its dizzying array of textiles into easily shoppable divisions such as fashion fabrics, home fabrics, and clearance items. Scan stockpiles of denim ($8–$14 / yd.) and dream up custom-fit skinny jeans, or peruse the assemblage of seersucker ($6–$14 / yd.) and stitch sport coats for mannequins reliant on humans for wardrobe changes and cheesecake feedings. Home fabrics include backed canvas ($18 / yd.), perfect for fashioning drapes thick enough to hide the shame of having no windows. Mood Designer Fabrics also carries sewing supplies, trim, and dozens of fabric accessories, including buttons ($0.10–$21 each), buckles ($0.50–$19.95 each), and appliqués ($1.95–$11 each) to ensure the aesthetic excellence of any fibrous creation.
The skilled spot-removers at Jerry’s Cleaners have been laundering, pressing, and dry-cleaning attire and household linens since 1964. Customers with hectic lives can take advantage of the complimentary delivery service or fly jet packs past the drive-thru to retrieve freshly pressed jumpsuits and polo shirts. Cleaners also alter or restore old or secondhand items such as wedding dresses, and strive to use eco-friendly products and practices, from recycling plastic garment bags to reusing hangers as imaginary bows and arrows.
Though customers can easily shop online for the beds in Naples Mattress's stock, walking into one of the company's four locations is best. That's because in-store customers can lie back and experience the shop's wide variety of mattresses from leading brands such as Serta, Tempur-Pedic, Simmons, and iComfort, all while staff members offer personalized recommendations and advice. Customers decking out an entire bedroom can supplement their mattresses with the store’s selection of bed frames, dressers, nightstands, and pillows pre-loaded with dreams about ice cream.
Across 7,500 square feet of showroom space, Kathleen M. Pica has spent more than 30 years curating a collection that ranges from Tiffany lamps to vintage clothing. As both a consignment store and auction service, Auctions Neapolitan works with buyers and sellers to showcase a huge array of items from around the globe, whether it's antique furniture, collectibles, artwork, or a vintage school desk hiding a piece of ancient gum.