Eddie Z's Blinds and Drapery dresses dapper wall-holes in a variety of shades, shutters, and other window-covering garments. During a complimentary at-home consultation, a designer will help clients select window treatments, or customers can come to a showroom to observe blinds in their natural habitat. Homeowners can opt to add an earthy accent to rooms with woven wood shades ($72+), or trap runaway air in the insulating compartments of honeycomb cellular shades ($67+). Horizontal-line haters can choose vertical blinds that come in more than 300 colors, styles, and fruit flavors ($55+).
Emily Smith gets her adrenaline rush not from roller coasters or scary movies but from the thrill of organizing a cluttered tupperware cabinet. Secretary of the Chicago chapter of the National Association of Professional Organizers, Emily’s passion is helping customers simplify their lives. She emphasizes first decluttering nonessential items, then building an accessible, common-sense storage system. Emily can isolate her ideas and services to one room, make the entire home easy to navigate, or provide a simple maintenance package for past clients that includes checkup phone calls and a pop quiz on the history of the Trapper Keeper.
We offer a shop full of beautiful items. From jewelry to artwork we offer many local artisans a place to share their talents. Our studio is a place to get creative offering ceramic painting, mosaic and art classes. Stop in we'd love to meet you.
As one of only a few statewide companies accredited through the Association of Closet and Storage Professionals, Chicagoland Custom Closets' squad expertly forges fetching and durable closets. Bedraggled bedrooms and forlorn fallout shelters can experience a clutter conversion from a team of organization alchemists that installs drawers, shelves, and convenient gadgets to coordinate clothes and arrange collectible skeletons.
Inside Penguin Foot Pottery's large, bright working space, which also serves as a gallery for local artists, seven potters' wheels and two electric kilns invite the fingers and hands of adults and children to reach for the highest creative heights. Adults can train wayward digits to obey the wishes of the imagination in a hand-building class or learn how velocity and steady guidance can make a lump of clay turn into an elegant pot, vase, or model of a local shopping mall during beginning throwing (more proficient potters can opt for the intermediate/advanced throwing class). Kids' clay classes, offered at levels one, two, and three for artists ages 7–13, incorporate basic building and glazing techniques and produce new projects every week. Parent/child classes are also available. Classes meet weekly and most take place on weekdays. See the website for schedules.
California Closets has been creating custom storage solutions for people like you for more than three decades. Our skilled design consultants are experts at listening to your needs and analyzing your space to create a plan that will give you years of pleasurable use.