HER Home Makeover
When Chris Dunk le and Jennifer made the decision to update the living spaces in their Red Oak Ridge home, they paid a visit to Arkansas Furniture and immediately began working on a concept with designer Christopher Koch. Arkansas Furniture opened in Hot Springs in 1986 as a small family-owned and operated store. Thirty years and three active generations of grow th and changes have produced one of Arkansas’ most interesting hom e furnishing destinations. During the process, Dunk le was on the lookout for a chair and otto man for the home, and Jennifer had always wanted a tufted sofa. Orange, cream, blue and green emerged as the color pallet and Koch put together as eating arrangement featuring a sofa by Nor walk, along with chairs from Mayo and Bernhardt Furniture.
With the addition of a mix of new accessory pieces including artwork, custom florals, lamps, and an area rug, the project was complete.
The homeowners “love the new look and thank all for helping them color their hom e beautiful.”
Dunk le and Jennifer have been serving Hot Springs and its surrounding com m unity in different capacities throughout their lives. D unkle is the owner of Stubby’s BBQ, and Jennifer is an RN at Genesis Cancer Center. For 12 years she has been helping patients with treatment and medications
while they are under the care of the center’ s five doctors.
“It becomes a rewarding experience because of the lives that you touch ,” she said .“You really get to know them as you become part of the family .”