Johnna Dobbs is a third generation lamp designer and wholesale vendor who actually grew up in the business. She spent her high school summers as well as her college days in the factory her father, Jerry, started in the late 1980s. Today, Mastercraft Distribution is a go-to wholesale source for nationwide retailers, such as Target, Walmart, Hobby Lobby and TJ Maxx. “We try to provide a high-end product at an affordable price,” says Dobbs. From bold pink and lime green to more traditional glass, golds and bronzes, no material is left out of Mastercraft’s offerings. You can find their newest looks in the January/February issue on newsstands or online here.
Find color inspiration on the pages of At Home in Arkansas with these custom paint palettes inspired by some of our favorite images from the current issue. Read about this foyer on athomearkansas.com or in the January/February 2013 issue.
The colorful “Allegro #7,” painted by Calman Shemi, is the focal point in this minimalist master bedroom. A custom-built bed and floating bookshelves filled with favorite titles also make up the decor. Taggart Design Group worked closely with homeowners Patricia and Barry Solomon to design their dream home. It’s modern, light-filled and full of bold color choices, which we love. From colorful artwork to a shimmering mosaic tile, you don’t want to miss this feature. Read the full story in the January/February issue online or find a copy on newsstands.
Just in time for Cupid’s arrow, we’ve rounded up a few of our favorite rooms that include everything from blushing shades of pink to fire-worthy red hues. Celebrate the day with these rooms we love!
Taggart Design Group worked closely with homeowners Patricia and Barry Solomon in the design of their dream kitchen. Riff-cut oak cabinetry sets the tone for this contemporary kitchen. The design and aesthetics of this space were especially important to the Solomons who both enjoy cooking. “It’s very non-traditional in the sense that your view is almost 360 degrees throughout the space. Because it was so open, I wanted it to be pretty as well as functional,” says the architect. We love the wood and white color scheme, and of course the bold red accent wall. Read the full story in the January/February issue online or find a copy on newsstands.
Yesterday, our editor Rosemary Hallmark was live on Good Morning Arkansas talking about how to add color to your home! With spring upon us, it's natural to be thinking about ways to bring in brights, pastels and patterns to freshen your look. Our April issue is all about color and how you can make it work for you -- whether you want to paint your walls a bold shade or simply add a few playful accessories. Check out Rosemary's tips and be sure to pick up a copy of our April issue on newsstands now. See below for more info on the finds featured during the segment.
Today, vintage cuisine collectables are the inspiration for our recipe for a beautiful kitchen color palette. This seemed like the perfect image as we enter into fall. Inspiration can come from all sorts of different places, as do each of these antique kitchen wares. Where do you find inspiration when choosing a paint color? You can read the full story in the September issue here.
This guest bedroom goes bold and features a Moroccan-style lantern, which is a deeper version of the home’s careful blue and neutral color scheme. A pierced screen, block-printed textiles and Mercury glass lamps give this space a worldly feel. This refreshed Heights bungalow, designed by Kevin Walsh of Bear-Hill Interiors, is full of character and unifying design elements. Read the full story in the October issue here.