Where to Find Rustic Home Furnishings in Little Rock, Arkansas

Cameron Eittreim

Little Rock, Arkansas is a city famous for being the home of former president Bill Clinton. But there is a lot more to the city than it's storied past. The close proximity to Memphis and other national landmarks makes Little Rock a worthwhile travel destination. The cuisine is excellent, and the downtown area is diversified with fun things to see and do. But perhaps one of the main reasons I enjoy traveling to Little Rock is the selection of rustic furniture stores and unique gift shops to choose from.

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Cobblestone & Vine

5100 Kavanaugh Blvd, Little Rock, AR 72207

There are many unique furniture and home accent shops in Little Rock, heck the city is the most densely populated in all of Arkansas. But finding a unique store to find knacks and attractive pieces of furniture is something that I do the most. Cobblestone & Vine caught my eye because of the store name and the beautiful antiques I saw through the window.

Once you are in the store, there is a lot more to see and touch than you might expect. The sales floor has an excellent selection of couches and sofas ready for pickup. If you want accent pieces, there are many to choose from. In addition to all that, there is also a wide range of bedroom sets to choose from.

The selection was more than what I could have ever hoped for, and if you enjoy rustic furniture, then you might want to stop here when you are in town.

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Art of Design | Sha Davari

2200 North Cantrell Road, Little Rock, AR 72202

Little Rock has a separate art and design scene, and many prominent interior designers call this city home. Sha Davari is one such designer with a complete showroom that features rustic hand made furniture. The thing that stands out the most here are the handmade tables and drawers, many of which have that unique rustic paint scheme.

What I like about this particular showroom is that there are many demo corners where you can piece together a certain set. The couches were a little more expensive than I would like to pay, but the rest of the store was well priced for the goods that you get. From the wall art to the unique selection of tables, you can't go wrong here.

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