This fall, Natalie and Luke Freeman announced their boutique general store, Freckled Hen Farmhouse, will be expanding into a second location with a focus on home goods. This sister branch, Freckled Hen Home, will be located at 1904 N. College Ave., which Fayetteville locals will recognize as the previous home of Weathered Goods. “Freckled Hen has always offered homewares, including cozy pillows, throw blankets, rugs, vases, candles, and more,” Natalie says. “Now with the opportunity to grow our square footage, we can offer an even larger selection of what our customers already love.”
Additionally, the couple will operate the residence behind the new location as a nightly rental known as Freckled Hen Cottage. The cottage will be “shoppable,” so everything from the coffee mugs to throw pillows guests use while staying there can be purchased through Freckled Hen. “Since the beginning, we’ve had customers come from near and far to visit Freckled Hen and the amazing sights of Northwest Arkansas,” Natalie says. “We’re thrilled to now offer a space for them to rest and retreat from the hustle and bustle of life.”
Bookings for Freckled Hen Cottage began December 1, and Freckled Hen Home is set to open in March 2021. For more information and updates, visit freckledhenfarmhouse.com.
Images courtesy of Freckled Hen Farmhouse. A version of this story originally appeared in the December 2020 issue of At Home in Arkansas.