Christen Byrd, owner of central Arkansas balloon-installation company Just Peachy, announced the opening of a new studio space in downtown Little Rock. Christen created her first balloon installation in July 2017 for the grand opening of Loblolly Creamery, where she was creative director. “I started getting occasional requests after people saw that first piece, but then decided to really start pushing it this year,” Christen says.…
Create seasonal arrangements with the help of these local florists
Bearded Bouquet, Jonesboro
November 9 & 16
Create an arrangement with fall color that can be easily replicated for Christmas. Class is 5-7 p.m. Fee is $65. beardedbouquet.com…
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Fall is my favorite time of year, and it’s the perfect time to fill the containers in your outdoor living space with some seasonal color. Read below for some of my favorite tips for transforming your outdoor containers, or get in touch! Our team would love to walk you through the many ways we can spruce up your space for fall. We hope you enjoy the season!
— David Munsey III, Better Lawns & Gardens…
Halloween, Thanksgiving, and Christmas inspiration to get you ready for all the holiday celebrations in the coming weeks
Kick off the Halloween season with pumpkins, costumes, and treats! Surround your home with pumpkins and corn husks, and put a decorative spin on some spooky sweets.
Mona Thompson and Talena Ray, owners of Providence Design, will host an anniversary party celebrating six years in business on October 24. The event is 5-8 p.m. and will feature live music and refreshments. “We’ve really enjoyed growing the business over the past six years and our relationships with our customers and clients,” Talena says. Join the party at Providence’s showroom, 2314 Cantrell Road. providenceltddesign.com
Custom Roman shade made by Draped & Tailored. Bathroom design by Jill White Designs. Photo by Rett Peek.
Callie Bullock, owner of soft furnishings studio Draped & Tailored, has opened her first workroom since starting her business a year and a half ago. The 1,300-square-foot studio in midtown Little Rock has a small showroom where clients and designers can see examples in person, feel textile samples, and “discuss all of the custom possibilities,” Callie says….