helping south main #getARCHd

We are excited to announce our new opportunity to help downtown Memphis #getARCHd. ARCHd art is now available at Stock & Belle, a new store at 387 S. Main.

The cool thing about Stock & Belle is it’s not just an art gallery. It’s a beautiful new space filled with local art, furniture, clothing, fresh flowers, lighting fixtures…all for sale. I find the best way to describe it is as a mini department store of locally sourced products. Coming soon, they’ll even have a general store section stocked with fresh produce.

We helped Stock & Belle celebrate their soft opening during this weekend’s South Main Trolley Tour with a night of free browsing, wine and beer.

Here’s a look around.



You can now shop ARCHd’s art prints, wood art and coasters…in person. We have some prime real estate in the store. You can’t miss the ARCHd wall as soon as you walk through the front door.


These gorgeous flower bundles are from Haute Horticulture, ranging in price from $7 to $30.


Founded in the 1930s, Henry & Belle prides themselves on the flawless fit of their jeans.


One of Stock & Belle’s best features is that it’s not overcrowded. There is a perfect spot for everything, which makes it easier to shop.



We have absolutely fallen in love with this gorgeous purple couch. We think it would go perfectly in our front room, so don’t be surprised if this piece doesn’t stick around too much longer.


Learn more about BB Dakota, the makers of this black leather jacket, here.


Stock & Belle is also full of unique lighting, all of which are for sale. Here are some of our favorite pendant lights that hang throughout the space.



Stock & Belle has offerings for both men and women, including this bag from TOPO Designs.


Next to a table of life/after/denim ties, we ran into an old friend from high school.



Our friend Laura tried out some jewelry from Burgwin Studios. Her verdict? Exquisite.


Though MY favorite find has to be this gorgeous fedora. The quality is unreal. Everyone wanted to give it a try, including our friend, Jennifer, and this nice stranger we just met. This summer, you will definitely see me sporting this hat.



We loved how they hung our hometown love art piece above Yellow 108‘s aprons.


Kyle Taylor’s stunning wooden side tables held up some ARCHd art beautifully.



Stock & Belle has your living room throws covered with these high quality Sackcloth & Ashes blankets.


Need another reason to visit 387 S. Main? Salon 387 is just up the spiral staircase.




The ridiculously talented Maggie Russell has paintings hung throughout the salon’s space. This woman’s talent blows us away.



And…coming soon to Stock & Belle is that general store section I mentioned. They’re hoping to celebrate their grand opening during April’s South Main Trolley Tour (for the uninitiated, Trolley Tour is the last Friday of every month).


And of course, we couldn’t celebrate a great night without our friends (and biggest supporters). Jennifer, Elizabeth, Laura and Audrey joined us last night, along with our brother and some other great friends. We are so thankful for all of our friends’ unwavering support of ARCHd.


We’ve provided you with plenty of reasons to visit the new Stock & Belle at 387 S. Main. Have fun shopping.


Lindsey Archer, Kristen Archer

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