Author: Laurie Marshall

A Home Called Robin Hill

By Laurie Marshall :: Photography by Janet Warlick   Collecting Memories Along the Way Ken and Debbie Reeves grew up in Harrison, descendants of family members who called Newton and Searcy counties home for generations. ^Feathering the Nest Debbie focused on comfort as she designed the master bedroom. The color choices were based on the […]

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Home: Homecoming on the Lake

Gary and Carol Adams met while in college at the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville. Photography by Janet Warlick   career choice moved them to Houston shortly after graduation. When they decided it was time to return to northwest Arkansas, they enlisted help from award-winning designer Julie Wait Fryauf to bring their vision for a “mountain […]

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Excursion: All Weekend Signs Point Northwest

You may have heard a lot of national buzz recently about the growth in Northwest Arkansas. Its population surpassed the half-million mark last year, and it seems every month there is a new article about one city or another along the I-49 corridor being named “best” for some distinction. We definitely think it’s one of […]

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Home: A Modern Lodge Retreat

When Terry and Gary Neal were building their home, they asked interior designer Lee Anne Henry of White Line Designs for a “modern lodge” that would be at home among the black walnut trees on their property situated on the banks of the White River. Photography by Beth Hall   prefers stained wood finishes, but […]

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