Date: March 22, 2013 |
History-lined streets and natural landmarks abound in this Central Arkansas town. While you’re visiting the charming locale, stop in at a few of our favorite places.
112 N. Spring Street, (501) 268-3434, searcyboutique.com
Walk through the doors of The Boutique and you’ll be inspired to live colorfully. Located in the heart of downtown Searcy in a beautifully revitalized building, the store is a true treasure for shoppers with a discerning eye for style. Owner Marianne Jones curates the cheerful blend of home furnishings, decorative accessories and gifts, including offerings from Pine Cone Hill and Company C. The Boutique also offers bridal registry, carrying popular lines such as Beatriz Ball, Skyros and Coton Colors.
207 W. Arch Avenue, (501) 268-8100, sowellsfurniture.com
If you’re looking for quality home furnishings and accessories, Sowell’s Furniture boasts a variety of pieces and styles. Family owned and operated since 1945, the 38,000 square-foot store carries lines such as Craftmaster, King Hickory, La-Z-Boy and Uttermost. You’ll find a large selection of unique styles, including farmhouse-inspired designs for dining rooms, traditional and contemporary designs for bedrooms and living areas and much more. Visit them today to see their latest finds from market.
Bliss Boutique and Salon
2303 W. Beebe Capps Expressway, (501) 279-2544
If you’re looking for the crossroads of beauty and style, look no further than Bliss Boutique and Salon, owned by Paige Norman. Customers can shop the latest looks from lines such as Nick and Zoe, Karlie, Stella Carakasi and Old Gringo boots, as well as jewelry selections from Lenny & Eva and Waxing Poetic. Plus, the salon side of Bliss offers haircuts, highlights and full color, manicures, pedicures, waxing and massages. With so many ways to treat yourself, what’s not to love about Bliss Boutique and Salon?
1612 W. Beebe Capps Expressway, (501) 268-2311, searcydesigncenter.com
A one-stop shop for draperies, bedding, pillows, upholstered furniture pieces and more, Interior Creations specializes in customization. Carrying a full line of Hunter Douglas window treatments, including blinds, shutters and shades, they will also install made-to-measure window treatments. As owner of the family-operated business, Sue Moore, along with her two daughters Jody Moore and Wendy Lang, curates a large selection of interior fabrics and accessories and has numerous ideas for personalization.
319 N Spruce Street, (501) 268-2340, lesliejewelers.com
Open in the same court square location since 1935, Leslie Jewelers is Searcy’s premier boutique jewelry store. New owners Amy Maxson and Melanie Purnell recently purchased the business from their aunt and uncle, Keith and Joan Cole, and will continue to carry on the strong tradition of quality and service in this family-operated business. Whether you’re looking for bridal sets, fashion jewelry or timepieces, they offer a full selection of fine jewelry. Bring in your old jewelry, and let master jeweler Robert Pitard design a new custom creation for you.