YOUR ONE STOP SHOP FOR FURNITURE AND DESIGN
Afreshen-up of our living space is something weal llok forward to, but sometimes it ends up a daunting task that can even overwhelm the seasoned. Fe ling that it was time for an update after 10 years in their hom e,and with thegoalinm ind ofm aintaining theclassic eleganceand traditional styling that the home was designed around, Scott Ham by and his daughter, M addie, asked Sandi Sorters for help. Scott is part of afam ily owned and operated industrial packaging company and Sand ii sin sales and designw ith Arkansas Furniture.
Ralph and Shirley Mu zn yo pen ed Arkansas Furniture in 1986 after a short stint inretirem ent, and it has evolved intoanactivethre-generation, 50,000-square-fot hom efurnishings destination.V isit thestoreand you’re likely to find an unusual item or two that highlight what makes this shopping experience a natural.
Back at home, Scott enjoys spending time with friends and family and he and Mad die will gladly open their home for occasional social gathering sand diner parties.Sandiw as asked tocreateam akeover that included changes inthekitchen, den, dining rom and living rom . Scott w anted toadd touches of stone to create a slightly rustic fe land San di suggested blending repurposed w od pieces.Pictured is abeforeand after oftheliving areathat incorporates both aspects by using the stone to create this magnificent heart hand fireplace highlighted with the mantel that was locally produced and constructed of recycled cargo plank with added oak support accents.
Comfortable and appealing furnishings and accessories were the final touches totheam biancethat Scott w as insearch of,and thecolor choices in therom revolvearound thebluespectrum .Bluehueshelp createacalm ing fel that allow s for tim eat hom etobew hat it should be, restful and refreshing.