FastFrame outlines photographs and wall-worthy art with more than 1,000 frames in styles ranging from baroque gold trims to funky, contemporary schemes. Dedicated to craftsmanship and creativity, professional framers help select matting hues to complement a diploma or the original Bill of Rights banning knuckle cracking. All projects are completed onsite, ensuring that no materials get dented or lost by clumsy carrier pigeons, and with the 30-day design guarantee, clients can return any custom designs for complete retooling within 30 days if they don't match homes' décor. FastFrame also offers a lifetime craftmanship guarantee.
Ye Olde Christmas and Candy Shoppe, nestled in historic Marietta Square, stocks a selection of nostalgic candies and festive gifts. Saunter up to the candy bar to tempt taste buds with homestyle fudge, imported Belgian chocolates, and sugar-, gluten-, and nut-free chocolates. Retro candy, such as rock candy, Necco wafers, and Gold Rocks nugget gum, brings back the sweet taste of childhood and the memories of watching the other kids eat the candy their parents gave them to show them their love.
The Christmas Shoppe prepares shoppers for upcoming holidays with folk-art Santas by Pat Siskin and Marietta ornaments designed by local artists. Its shelves also house collegiate items and gifts for special occasions such as anniversaries and imaginary friends’ weddings.
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.
We are Rika and Rob Boyd, a husband and wife team. Photography is a part of us. R&R Images Premier Portraits specializes in beautiful portraits of Babies, children, high school seniors and their families, with a strong emphasis on Babies and Seniors. We love each other and we love what we do!
Five generations of potters meticulously maintain AW Pottery Atlanta's colossal cache of pottery and garden ornaments, flaunting local artisans’ handmade wares alongside hundreds of elegant ceramics imported from China, Malaysia, and Vietnam. They curate an extensive roster of urns, pots, and vases in styles that range from rustic and antique-like to contemporary and colorful. Many pieces are high-heat-fired, imbuing them with enough strength to withstand the elements in outdoor gardens or indoor wind tunnels, and a smattering of ornaments forged from bamboo and metal complement these ceramic, granite, and porcelain accouterments. A partner of the National Breast Cancer Coalition Fund, AW Pottery Atlanta donates part of its monthly profits in order to support awareness and research efforts.