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When Richard and Dar­lene Sykes de­cided to re model two bath­rooms in their home and up­date the fam­ily room floor, they called on T he Floor Store for help. The cou­ple’ s home is listed on the his­toric reg­is­ter as The Lons­dale Home. Their styles and tastes run to­ward tra­di­tional, fa­vor­ing neu­tral col­ors. Sub­way tiles and van­ity counter tops were in­stalled,w hich fit the tim e pe­riod of the hom e. “Che a and Dawn were very help­ful and friendly from the mo­ment we walked in the door through the en­tire process. Each time I or my hus­band called, they were very help­ful and ac­com­mo­dat­ing. Both have been a com­plete plea­sure ,” Dar­lene said of the sales staff at T he Floor Store. Dar­lene said that the staff were al­ways on time, alw ays cleaned up at the end of every day, and “stayed w ith it un­til the job w as done.”

“Ev­ery­one on their crew w as pro­fes­sional, cour­te­ous and con­sci­en­tious of this his­tor­i­cal hom e,” she added.

D ar­lene is a R eal­tor w ho grew up in H ot Springs and R ichard m oved from Scotts­dale, A riz., to at­tend the U niver­sity of A rkansas and w ork in the fam ily busi­ness, A nthony Island M otel, w hich is now G reg O rr M arina,and other m otels.T hey have tw o chil­dren,Story C an­non and C ourt­land Sykes.

T he cou­ple en­joy boat­ing on Lake H am il­ton, be­ing w ith fam ily and trav­el­ing.

D ar­lene and R ichard have al­ready be­gun a new pro­ject w ith T he Floor Store on an 80-year-old cot­tage on Lake H am il­ton.


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