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AT HOME STYLE 12 Stylish Finds Embellished decorative pillows 16 Collections Gracious Glass: A decanter collection 21 Before & After Going Glam: A Hot Springs designer gives a foyer a fresh look 23 In the Kitchen Room Refresher: Updating a Little Rock family’s kitchen and den 30 Design Bedding for sweet dreams and chic comfort


AT HOME GRACIOUS LIVING 36 Gracious Through the Years Designer Kevin Walsh outfits a Little Rock home with historic style 44 Eclectic Elegance Designer Chris Goddard adds timeless charm to a Fayetteville residence

AT HOME OUT & ABOUT 54 Fall Fashion Stylebook Your guide to the latest looks in clothing and accessories 74 On the Road A film fest puts the spotlight on Hot Springs 78 What’s in Store Luxury Items 80 Last Look Pretty in Pink


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Living a gracious life involves paying attention to the details. Greeting every guest at your door with a welcoming hello, having a cup of coffee ready to serve at a moment’s notice, using your grandmother’s china for more than just special occasions, with linen napkins and antique sterling silver to accompany it. Whether it was a ready drink on hand, a comfortable chair quickly offered or a phone call promptly returned, we witnessed graciousness in action while compiling an entire issue dedicated to this theme. And don’t for a minute think that gracious means stodgy. During a photo shoot in Fayetteville, we were treated to a delicious lunch served on Old Paris china while tunes from homeowners Steve and Cynthia McClanahan’s rockin’ music collection played away in the background. When we photographed Stephen and Wendy LaFrance’s Edgehill home in Little Rock, tea and cakes were in abundant supply—as were Skittles and (my personal favorite) Sweet Tarts from the candy drawer. For these homeowners, graciousness is a way of life, from how they furnish their homes to the clothes hanging in their closets. Classic, comfortable, elegant…and fresh. Because we know that your home is just one component of how you live, we bring you ideas and tips in each issue for a design-savvy lifestyle: furnishings, fashion, travel and more. This month, we offer you a full stylebook of graciously good-looking apparel and accessories for fall, photographed in a luxuriously lovely home that completes the package. Settle in for an inspiring read, and then click over to our Web site,, for even more stylish ideas and visuals you can easily (and graciously) share with family and friends.

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1. Elan embroidered silk with cord trim. Sara Kathryn’s Ltd., Fayetteville 2. Woven print with silk flange. Cobblestone & Vine, Little Rock 3. Embroidered and beaded floral graphic. I.O. Metro, locations statewide 4. Embroidered pink floral. Bear-Hill Interiors, Little Rock 5. Embroidered peacock on quilted cotton. Yves DeLorme, Little Rock 6. Hand-painted marbleized silk. Mertinsdykehome, Little Rock 7. Needlepoint floral. Cynthia East Fabrics, Little Rock

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Glass decanters were born out of necessity to decant, or pour, filter and oxygenate wine. Their various shapes also have a purpose, such as those designed with very large bases so as to not tip over while traveling on a ship. But beyond that, says collector Larry Jordan, owner of Little Rock’s Fabulous Finds Antiques, their appearance is largely ornamental. “The fancier the decanters were, the more impressive,” he says. “It was a sign of wealth.” Jordan, however, doesn’t collect decanters for their monetary value or to hold liquor. “What I’m after,” he says, “is a unique look that no one else has.” He offers a plethora of original ideas for decorating with and using decanters. He often begins by grouping three or five together on a silver or wooden tray, or arranging them at alternating levels using stacked books or brass or silver bases. And he experiments until he finds the look that he wants. This might involve hanging a tassel or two, or even draping a piece of vintage jewelry. “Being in the antique business, sometimes I purchase jewelry boxes and the contents are still inside,” he says. “Wrapping rhinestone necklaces around the neck of a decanter creates something completely different and beautiful.” Switching out the original stoppers with ones he discovers while antiquing is another one of Jordan’s tricks-of-thetrade—even the stoppers were artfully designed and can add appeal. They have distinctive shapes, such as spire or mushroom, and often feature beautifully cut or etched glass as well. The wide variety of styles further encourages Jordan’s artistic license. He is particularly fond of cut-to-clear glass. Through this delicate process, colored glass is layered or flashed over clear glass before being cut, exposing the clear glass underneath. “A lot of times, poorer people would buy decanters made to look cut, but they were really pressed,” he explains, noting one of his own with a pressed thumbprint pattern. Bohemian cut-to-clear glass, which Jordan also has, is cut and etched, sometimes with pastoral scenes. Still others are hand-painted or feature enamel overlay, and they come in a wide array of vibrant colors—amber, amethyst, apple green, which is Jordan’s favorite, and more. When he’s not carefully adorning or displaying them, Jordan is filling them with flowers or using them to hold mouthwash. “I do whatever I can,” he says, “to make the collection all my own.” 19

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We posted the request on our Facebook page: Searching for a foyer in need of a fresh look. Fayetteville homeowner Candace Dixon responded with a few photos, and designer Jennifer Huett, owner of House to Home in Hot Springs, took on the design challenge. “A foyer sets the mood for the entire house,” says Huett. “This space has great elements, like the beautiful front door and the marble floor, which needed emphasizing. I used them as the starting point for the palette in creating a look that’s elegant yet bold with a pop of color.”

Try traditional elements with a modern twist, like a black crystal chandelier. Ovation chandelier from Currey & Company. Cobblestone & Vine, Massimo, Little Rock; Lighting Emporium, Springdale

Nestle a curvaceous chair alongside the stairway. Lee Industries armchair in Willis Peacock. Bear-Hill Interiors, Cobblestone & Vine, Little Rock

Paper the wall near the door and the staircase area to create graphic impact. Ornella wallpaper from Clarke

Add a textural touch with a quilted pattern. Century Furniture drawer chest.

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Nichols Furniture Company, Little Rock; Tucker’s Furniture & Appliance, Rogers; White Furniture, Benton

Add accents with a dash of color. Vases from 18 Karat. House to Home, Hot Springs

Let a dark-hued mirror and lamp create drama.

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A Little Rock couple enlists the help of designer Tobi Fairley to turn an outdated kitchen and den into a relaxed yet refined retreat By Tiffany Burgess

After living in their West Little Rock home for nearly 10 years, Wayne and Clair Alley were ready for a new look in the most-used area of their home—a blended-space living room and kitchen. With two of their four children away at college, the couple knew the updates should be practical, encourage spending time together, and offer plenty of seating for friends and extended family. They turned to Little Rock-based designer Tobi Fairley to create a contemporary retreat. Here’s how she pulled the look together. 23


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THE LIVING SPACE 1. Fairley began with a paisley print for the draperies and then selected coordinating patterns in similar colors to create a refreshing, serene environment. “I wanted the space to be an inviting and relaxing area with little visual noise,” she says. 2. Replacing the existing ceramic tile with traditional hardwoods grounded the design and unified the living area with the kitchen. A soft rug adds a cozy touch. 3. A loveseat and a sofa in coordinating hues invite the family to relax with the Sunday paper or share the details of the day. A pair of blue swivel chairs turns to face the TV or the conversation area—depending on where the action is happening. 4. A crisp khaki color covers the walls and serves as a neutral backdrop for the fabric and furnishings in varying shades of blue and green. 5. No piece is more versatile than the mobile ottoman, which serves as a coffee table (thanks to a tray insert), footrest and extra seating for large gatherings. 6. Removing a bulky entertainment center opened up space for additional seating. Relocating the television to the other end of the room kept the conversation area free of distractions.


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BEFORE THE WORK ZONE 1. A custom banquette, built by Winfield Cabinets, eliminated the need for a large, formal dining table and builds on the relaxed feel of the rooms. “The kids always fight over who gets to sit in the booth,” says Clair. 2. Fairley added a row of glass-front cabinets to the top of existing wall units to heighten the visual appeal and provide additional storage. Keeping some of the existing cabinetry and many of the appliances netted budget savings. 3. Glazed ceramic tiles from Walker Zanger updated the backsplash and added a touch of polished sheen to the décor. 4. The one change to the layout was removing an awkwardly shaped island in favor of a rectangular, symmetrical version. This created a better traffic flow and gave the Alleys more counter space. 5. Fairley swapped dated fixtures for large, contemporary drum shade pendants. 26

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Fairley had the cabinetry around the desk area enhanced to create a larger workspace as well as additional pantry and storage areas. Adding glass doors dressed up the open shelves.

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Pine Cone Hill nightgown. Cobblestone & Vine, Little Rock; Illume natural wax soy candle in Oak Moss. Vesta’s, Little Rock; Caldrea linen spray, dryer sheets and laundry detergent in Ginger Pomelo. Box Turtle, Little Rock

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It’s what graciousness is all about. From a historic redo to a newly-built residence, two equally chic homes offer fresh takes on classic style.

A Little Rock designer looks to the past while giving a historic home a fresh and glamorous update Interview: Paulette Pearson Styling: Mandy Keener Photography: Nancy Nolan


Stephen and Wendy LaFrance worked with interior designer Kevin Walsh of Bear-Hill Interiors in remodeling their historic Edgehill home, including retiling the roof and replacing the windows, shutters and front door. The refurbished study features oak paneling and a black marble ďŹ replace surround. 37

At Home in Arkansas: This home in Little Rock’s Edgehill neighborhood has a rich history.

Kevin Walsh of Bear-Hill Interiors: It’s a historic home designed by the well-known architect Max Mayer and built in 1929—the first in the neighborhood. The homeowners [Stephen and Wendy LaFrance] actually have a book about it that’s been passed down from owner to owner, so we could see how it looked from the beginning. There are old aerial photographs of it surrounded by nothing but land. AHIA: How did its history influence the changes you made? KW: We added on 1,500 square feet, including the kitchen. We touched just about everything. That being said, we wanted to keep it historically correct, not make it something it wasn’t intended to be. I brought in vintage and antique pieces so it would feel collected over time and less new. I also tried to match things that already existed, like door trim and casings in the living room that correspond to the shape of the fireplace. We replaced the windows, shutters and front door, but used the exact style of the original windows. We imitated images we had of the original light fixtures in many of the rooms. Years ago, there was even hand-painted wallpaper in the dining room, as there is now. AHIA: Speaking of that dining room wallpaper… KW: It was at the top of Wendy’s wish list. She found this handpainted wallpaper from Gracie, which allows you to completely customize it. Wendy loves birds, which are in the design, and I wanted a light background so the pattern would stand out. AHIA: The room has a sense of history yet feels current. Was that a design goal? KW: We kept the house super traditional but with a little bit of a modern edge, light and fresh and not overly decorated. It has a reflective quality, through things like mirrored surfaces and beaded accent pillows. Just like Wendy’s personality, it sparkles. AHIA: And yet it all combines seamlessly with Stephen’s more masculine spaces. KW: I like a cohesive look. The home’s color palette ranges from cream and blue to gray, black and white. Stephen wanted a more masculine look in his rooms, so we gave him an oak-paneled study, and it ties back in because of the black marble fireplace surround. Now they have the best of both worlds. The living and dining rooms are beautiful and feminine for formal entertaining, and the study is a great place for the guys to gather and watch TV. AHIA: In what way is the kitchen conducive to entertaining large crowds? 38

KW: It has every modern amenity known to man—a six-burner range, griddle, double ovens, deep fryer, warming drawers, refrigerated drawers, even a brick wood-burning pizza oven. It also has the best candy drawer in town. AHIA: Two words describe the master bedroom: tranquil and serene. KW: It’s actually Stephen’s favorite room, because it’s a great place for him to rest. The wall color is Sherwin-Williams’ Silverpointe, a grayish green blue. I like a grayish tint rather than super clear colors, because it’s softer and a little more dreamy. The window treatments are a gorgeous silk, and we added molding and changed the surround on the fireplace, which was too plain before, to make it feel special. AHIA: Overall, this project seems right up your alley. KW: I personally love the house. It’s one of those homes that is classically traditional and glamorous at the same time. The fact that it’s so beautiful made decorating it easy. Design Resources Architect Polk Stanley Rowland Curzon Porter Architects, Ltd., Little Rock Builder Wayne Moore Construction, Little Rock Interior design, fabric, flooring, floral design, furnishings, lighting Bear-Hill Interiors, Little Rock Landscape design Morris & Chappell Landscaping, Little Rock Accessories Clement, Fabulous Finds, Marshall Clements, Trianon Antiques, Little Rock Appliances Metro Builders Supply, North Little Rock Art Boswell Mourot Fine Art, Little Rock Countertops All Natural Stone, Little Rock Decorative furniture finishes Bruckman Studios, Little Rock Flooring Abbey Carpet, C&F Carpet and Flooring, Hadidi Oriental Rug Company, Little Rock Furnishings I-40 Antique Center, Marshall Clements, Roy Dudley Antiques, Trianon Antiques, Little Rock Hardware PC Hardware, Little Rock Lighting Bath House Row Antiques, Hot Springs; Ellen Golden Antiques, I-40 Antique Center, Lamp Shades Etc., Little Rock Plumbing fixtures Falk Plumbing Supply, North Little Rock Tile Elder Distributing, North Little Rock Window treatments Mountjoy’s Custom Draperies, Mabelvale

Sherwin-Williams’ Grecian Ivory covers the walls in the living room, where a mirrored chest from Roy Dudley Antiques mixes with a velvet sofa from Fabulous Finds Antiques and ďŹ re screen from Marshall Clements. In the dining room, silk draperies accompany hand-painted Gracie wallpaper, an Oushak rug, an heirloom dining table and chairs custom-painted by Andrew Bruckman. The chandelier is from I-40 Antique Center.

In the family room, a vintage coffee table from Trianon Antiques adds a reflective quality; the sofa and chairs are by Lee Industries, and the walls are painted Sherwin-Williams’ North Star. The kitchen features a custom Ann Sacks tile backsplash and an Oly Studio light fixture. Facing page: In the breakfast room, antique chairs were lacquered and covered in durable vinyl; the glass chandelier is antique, and the wallpaper is by Schumacher.

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“I call it the wedding cake,” Walsh says of Wendy’s ornate dressing room with metallic wallpaper from Schumacher. In the master bedroom, the Montauk bed by Hickory Chair is flanked by vintage lamps, accessorized with a Lili Alessandra pillow, and faces a custom cabinet housing a television that rises for viewing. The original fireplace was updated with a new surround and molding; the chandelier is antique. The serene color palette continues into the master bathroom, complete with Walker Zanger’s Carrara Octagon tile. For additional images, visit


Eclectic Elegance A mix of textures, colors and eras infuse a Fayetteville home with stylishly personal charm Interview and styling: Diane Carroll Photography: Rett Peek


The façade of Cynthia and Steve McClanahan’s Fayetteville home features a Regency-inspired pair of front doors, flanked by outdoor draperies made from Sunbrella fabric. Inside, designer Chris Goddard continued the symmetry with a pair of sofas covered in Nancy Corzine fabric and antique painted armchairs from Marshall Clements. A Donald Roller Wilson painting is center stage on the mantle. The chandelier is from Dessin Fournir; wall color is Farrow & Ball’s Pointing. 45

Above: “The kitchen was designed around the fact that Cynthia likes to sit on the counter and hold court,” says Goddard, who also notes that the entertaining couple like to roll up their sleeves and cook for a crowd, which inspired dual islands and sinks. The condiments-as-art above the glass-door refrigerator are raku pottery by artist Karen Shapiro. Facing page: Cynthia’s collection of Old Paris china is highlighted in the kitchen’s serving and wet bar area; counters are white quartz and Carrara marble. Left to right: Red and black are used as accent colors throughout the house, such as a 17th-century Venetian chinoiserie secretary from Marshall Clements, roses on a mirrored table from Jan Showers, draperies made from Clarence House crewel banded in a Donghia stripe and tied back with a vintage horn-shaped purse handle, and a 1940s-era side chair. 47

At Home in Arkansas:

This house balances open and inviting with elegant and refined. How did you manage to make it feel comfortable yet look so chic?

Designer Chris Goddard: To me, good design involves creating a home that fits the owners’ personalities, and this place completely reflects their style.

Homeowner Cynthia McClanahan: Making our home feel inviting was a top priority for my husband, Steve, and me. Our places have always been the repository of food and drink for friends and family, so it had to be welcoming. AHIA: Did you build it with that balance in mind? CM: An open plan was important to us, a place where we could move a few pieces of furniture and shift from entertaining to dining and dancing when the mood struck. As for elegance, I think the layers of detail that Chris added give the house a polished look. He worked with us from initial concept to completion, so details in the construction carry through to details in the décor. CG: We wove layers throughout the house to keep things interesting; there’s always something more to see, a new level to unfold. Elements like the pattern in the living room chandelier being repeated in the ceiling molding, and the X-and-O pattern in the transom windows showing up again in the kitchen cabinetry. We layered color the same way. Cynthia wanted a house that was light, and with that you need some elements to ground it, like a touch of black or deep red. AHIA: While the walls are all neutral shades, the house has a colorful appearance. Surely that’s a result of the attention to detail? CM: And Chris’ color guidance. I initially envisioned an all white house. What I was going for was a place that felt calm, light and happy, and he guided us toward starting with an ivory base and mixing in pink, blue and jade as accents, which are all colors I gravitate to. Now, the house has the peaceful feeling we wanted, but it’s more interesting visually. CG: Textures add to that interest as well, mixing silk with leather, a shiny reflective surface next to aged wood, a carved table alongside smooth steel. AHIA: You’ve mixed eras here too—sitting in the living room, I see Moderne cigarette tables mingling with antique armchairs and what looks to be a very old painted chest. CG: It’s 17th-century Venetian chinoiserie, and it added that strong punch of color that grounds this room. Cynthia bought it years ago, and when you have good pieces, you can move them around and use them different ways in different places. The mix of styles works because they’re all 48

items Cynthia loves, gathered over time and each with good bones and basics. And when you move a favorite piece, it feels fresh again. CM: If I don’t love an item, I don’t buy it. Chris and I have worked together for years and he’s taught me to only purchase items that I love, ones that make me smile or laugh or invoke a memory. That way, your home becomes a reflection of your personality. CG: I’m a firm believer in the idea that it’s better to have nothing than the wrong thing. Wait for the right item, the one that really speaks to you. AHIA: Personal style shows through in all the collections around the house as well, including Murano glass bowls and that entire wall of china in the kitchen. CG: Collections are best grouped together, so instead of being random items they have mass impact. The wall of glass-front kitchen cabinets was designed to highlight the Old Paris porcelain, and it has graphic impact but it’s also handy for daily use. CM: That’s another thing Chris and I agree on—you should use what you collect rather than hide it away. It’s a part of living graciously, using your china or your silver on a daily basis so it’s shared and enjoyed. Items you collect have a rich history, and when you use them and enjoy them you continue to add to the story. Design Resources Interior design Goddard Design Group, Fayetteville Builder/contractor Hug-R Enterprises, Fayetteville Kitchen design consultation Susan Latta Designs, Fayetteville Landscape design DK Design, Fayetteville Antiques Marshall Clements, Little Rock Appliances Metro Builders Supply, Springdale Bedding-guest room V.S. Mobley’s, Fayetteville Countertops Elite Marble & Granite, Bentonville Draperies Sew Custom Seams, Fayetteville Flooring The Wood Floor Gallery, Springdale Mirrored fireplace Precision Glass & Mirror, Rogers Plumbing fixtures J & B Supply Inc., Springdale Venetian plaster wall finish Ellenbarger Interiors, Springdale

In the well-appointed laundry room, silk taffeta draperies frame a French, early-19th century limestone basin and a French antique iron chandelier with amethysts and rock crystals. Facing page: The kitchen island is inset with a single basin, extra-deep, bronze sink.

In the back garden, landscape designer Daniel Keeley surrounded a vintage fountain with a gravel courtyard and clipped boxwoods. The chair is vintage Eames. Facing page: In the dining room, a mirrored table and antiqued chairs from Niermann Weeks are highlighted by a chrome oor lamp. 49

We wove layers throughout the house to keep things interesting; there’s always something more to see, a new level to unfold. —Chris Goddard

In the master bedroom, Tibetan doors from Marshall Clements create a backdrop for a custom bed covered with a handmade quilt of Fortuny fabric. Lamps are Murano glass circa 1950; the wall color is Farrow & Ball’s Borrowed Light. Facing page, clockwise from top left: In the master bath, Venetian plaster walls highlight a vintage tub and draperies made from Sunbrella fabric and banded with a Fortuny print. The guest bedroom features a custom bed covered in Matteo and Missoni bedding, an 18th-century gilt altar, and an oyster shell chandelier from Currey & Company. Walls are covered in Farrow & Ball’s Pale Powder; a custom side table made from vintage brackets and steel contrasts with a French ropepatterned side chair. The master bath vanity sink and fixtures are from Porcher. For additional images, visit

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Ollie Sang clutch. Haus Werk, Little Rock; JPK Paris 75 Madison shoulder tote with braided strap. Lois Gean’s, Magnolia; High Fashion quilted double-chain flap bag. Sharon’s, Hot Springs; Upholstered bench. Trianon Antiques, Little Rock

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RESOURCES The talented team behind The Fall Fashion Stylebook Photography: Nancy Nolan Art direction/Production: Mandy Keener Styling: Paulette Pearson and Lauren Strother Model: Hannah Alexander, The Agency, Inc. Hair & Makeup: Suzy Brown, The Agency, Inc. A special thanks to interior designer Bill Beringer and Bob Finkbeiner of Trianon Antiques—their gorgeous and luxuriously tailored high-rise apartment, which Kevin Walsh of Bear-Hill Interiors helped design, served as the ideal location for this month’s fall fashion photo shoot.

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Bedroom: Custom bedding through Bear-Hill Interiors; early 20th-century writing desk with bronze ormolu, displaying an Empire gilt bronze lamp with custom shade and a Napoleonic collection of 19th- and 20th-century pieces; satin wool draperies made from Schumacher fabric by Mountjoy’s Custom Draperies in Mabelvale; Louis Philippe burl walnut armoire; painted benches from Cobblestone & Vine in Little Rock; 19th-century German Biedermeier birch wood chest and 19th-century gilt wood pier mirror from Trianon Antiques in Little Rock

Living Room: Custom Tibetan hand-knotted wool rug by Patterson, Flynn & Martin; Hickory Chair Brooks armless sofa in gray linen through BearHill Interiors in Little Rock; hand-poured antique mirror by Bruckman Studios and Keith Glass in Little Rock; draperies made from three satin wool Schumacher fabrics, designed by Kevin Walsh and made by Mountjoy’s Custom Draperies in Mabelvale

Dining Room: Early 20th-century mahogany dining table with gilt bronze band fittings from Trianon Antiques in Little Rock; J. Alexander Collections Carlton dining chairs with putty leather through Bear-Hill Interiors in Little Rock; 1940 French mahogany buffet with cast bronze mounts from Jan Showers

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Study: 18th-century Italian burl wood secretary from Trianon Antiques in Little Rock; Lee Industries sofa in bark-colored velvet and Hickory Chair Bellport Club Chair and ottoman through Bear-Hill Interiors in Little Rock

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In the Spotlight Hot Springs draws crowds with a film festival and entertains post-show with a stellar line-up of shopping opportunities HOT SPRINGS, A FAVORITE OF SUMMERTIME LAKE-GOERS, bubbles over with cultural attractions all year long. This month (October 15-24), at the historic Malco Theatre downtown, the 19th Annual Documentary Film Festival will attract tens of thousands of visitors as one of the premier documentary showcases in the world—and dozens of films means there’s something for everyone. From the silver screen to the shopping scene, make a weekend of it and stick around for a shopping spree for your home and wardrobe as well. For more information about the festival, visit

Accessory Gallery 2020 Central Ave. (501) 321-9168 A stone’s throw from Oaklawn Park, this boutique features two rooms brimming with stylish women’s clothing and a remarkably large selection of jewelry and handbags. Blue Moon Art Gallery 718 Central Ave. (501) 318-2787 This favorite destination for original and affordable artwork by national, regional and local artists also features sculpture and photography. De Madera Trading Company 4334 Central Ave. (501) 520-5712 Specializing in solid wood furniture, with rugs, lamps and tons of accessories to boot. Doodlebug’s Children’s Boutique 3832 Central Ave. (501) 525-5700 Cute clothing, bedding and supplies for the kids in your life. The Design Center with Sandy Sutton 4330 Central Ave. (501) 520-4646 From designer Sandy Sutton, this one-stop resource features multiple vendors for home building, remodeling and décor.

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Gary Thorson’s Furniture 800 Hobson Ave. 350 Malvern Ave. (800) 648-8452 One gander at the large selection of furnishings—dining, bedroom and more—will inspire a home update. You’ll be quick to take advantage of the out-of-state and weekend delivery services. Hank’s Fine Furniture 3926 Central Ave. (501) 624-7412 Satisfy your hankering to shop with a just-right home accent piece, lamp or rug. House to Home 4328 Central Ave. (501) 520-4949 Designer Jennifer Huett’s shop offers a unique selection of gifts and home furnishings. Lauray’s The Diamond Center 402 Central Ave. (501) 321-2441 Lines like John Hardy, Pandora and Jude Frances are the icing on your weekend’s cake. Sharon’s 222 Cornerstone Blvd. (501) 520-5222 Classic yet current accessories and apparel you’re sure to love. Tillman’s Antiques 118 Central Ave. (501) 624-4083 Quality antiques, vintage and estate jewelry, fine glass, porcelain and sterling, combined with unmatched service and expertise. WHERE TO EAT Belle Arti Italian Ristorante 719 Central Ave. (501) 624-7474 Authentic Italian cuisine, featuring homemade pastas and sauces prepared daily. 76

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Central Park Fusion 200 Park Ave. (501) 623-0202 Classical French culinary techniques create dishes with a fusion of flavors from around the world. Dolce Gelato 228 Cornerstone Blvd. (501) 525-6580 Located next door to Sharon’s, Dolce Gelato scoops up dozens of flavors of gelato made in-house, plus panini sandwiches and homemade soups. Fisherman’s Wharf 5101 Central Ave. (501) 525-7437 Enjoy a mouth-watering menu of seafood dishes, steaks, sandwiches and more, while overlooking the lake. The Pancake Shop 216 Central Ave. (501) 624-5720 A delightfully satisfying breakfast experience with fluffy pancakes of all sorts—blueberry, buttermilk, apple, banana—plus omelets, eggs and more. WHERE TO STAY The Arlington Resort Hotel & Spa 239 Central Ave. (501) 623-7771 Create a culture-filled weekend with a stay at The Arlington, a Hot Springs landmark since 1875 with direct access to downtown shopping and beautiful views of the national park.

Tip: Stick around for The Arlington’s scrumptious Sunday Brunch in the Venetian Dining Room, featuring a combination of sweet and savory: donut and waffle station, omelet station, smoked seafood station, and the list goes deliciously on.


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Hot Springs Gallery Walk On the ďŹ rst Friday of each month, from 5 to 9 p.m., the Gallery Walk features new art exhibitions premiering in The Fine Arts Center, art galleries and studio spaces throughout the historic downtown area. Featured artists are often present to converse about their work, and refreshments are bountiful. Stroll by this month on October 1.


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1. ROBERSON’S FINE JEWELRY From Breitling, the gentlemen’s Chronomat BO1 automatic watch sets the bar for excellence and sophistication. Available at Roberson’s Fine Jewelry, Little Rock. (501) 664-9000. 2. THE BOUTIQUE Company C’s Shimmer Collection pillows in Copper and Peacock pack a graphic punch. Available at The Boutique, Searcy. (501) 268-3434.


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4. JONES & SON DIAMOND & BRIDAL FINE JEWELRY Tacori’s 18-karat gold and diamond necklace graces every woman’s wish list. Available at Jones & Son Diamond & Bridal Fine Jewelry, Little Rock. (501) 224-3433.

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Pretty in Pink A bonus room, a personal grace note for Fayetteville homeowner Cynthia McClanahan who wanted a space “where my favorite books and collections would be readily accessible to enjoy or to share with friends.” Farrow & Ball’s Pink Ground covers the walls, and designer Chris Goddard provided a living folly as a focal point: a wax candle bust in a terrarium full of succulents, with chipped china from Cynthia’s Old Paris collection.


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WE HAVE IT ALL... fun people, gourmet food and activities! -Beth Ward

I love Woodland Heights. This place is really special for me because of the way the staff makes each resident here feel cared for. The attitude of our residents is more like an extended family than you can imagine. In these days when our immediate family lives far away it is a comfort to them to feel that we are safe and happy. Just think, you don’t have to plan meals, shop for groceries, prepare the food, and then clean up. I think the meals are great. An added blessing is how close we are to three hospitals and my doctors are just 15 minutes away. I especially like my water-exercise every day and feel that my health has improved since I have lived the past eight years here. An added bonus: both our heated pool and beauty shop are in our one building. After being left when my children moved on and my husband died, I realized how much I needed people. Although I had friends, there were some places in my heart that needed more. Woodland Heights fills that need.

-Rebecca Jo “Joey” Davidson

There are many reasons we are happy living at Woodland Heights. At the top of the list are the friendly happy residents.

-Raymond & Dottie Bradley

Often I hear our happy residents say, “We should have been here five years ago.” It’s easy to be at home here where the residents become family and the staff always has our best interest at heart. Don’t wait! Come join us.

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