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A complete guide to the best home decor stores in Nashville. Whether you're looking for something small, or to complete your living room furniture, we have you covered!
August 9, 2019
Accessories make the home, we all know that. The perfect pillows, lighting, rugs and more. And, most home decor stores are also places to pick up gifts for someone special. In Nashville, the shopping selections have increased as the city continues to expand. From shops that have been around for decades to more recent additions, when it comes to home decor stores, this is your go-to list.
Here at StyleBlueprint, we make sure to partner with the best businesses and showcase them in our SB Guide. Below is a list of the best home decor stores in Nashville from our SB Guide.
2146 Bandywood Drive Nashville, TN 37215 • (615) 750-5877
Ashley Meier Linens | Interiors is both a interiors boutique and a full-service design firm. In this store you will find organic sheets, block-printed bedding, linen duvets and custom pillows along with other thoughtfully curated home decor and gifts. With a sharp eye for creating elegant interiors, Ashley offers comprehensive design services to make your vision come true. They also offer an inspiring selection of furniture to transform any space!
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6592 Highway 100, Suite 100, Nashville, TN 37025 • (615) 840-6341
Epergne has an amazing selection of gorgeous tabletop items, ceramic, china and fine table and bed linens all inspired by the extensive travels of owners Laura Chadwick and Susan Dyke. Carrying brands such as William Yeoward Crystal, Matouk, Juliska, John Derian, Farmhouse Pottery, Margo Morrison and many more, Epergne is a place where can find a great gift for anyone you happen to be shopping for.
Epergne is filled with dishes, serving ware, and other items not found anywhere else in town. From gifts to having a welcoming home, this store is a must.
1250 Old Hillsboro Rd, Franklin, TN 37069 • (615) 920-5501
Founded in 2015 in Nashville, Interior Anthology brings quality, thoughtful designs into your home while maintaining functionality that suits a modern lifestyle. Tackling a wide range of projects, Interior Anthology is happy to help with any project, no matter the size! In addition to providing interior design services, Interior Anthology’s emporium can be found off Old Hillsboro Road in Franklin. Here you will discover artisan home decor, European hardwoods and Farrow & Ball paint and wallpaper.
A full-service interior design, art curation and lifestyle brand firm, Interior Anthology is the product of Rick and Jennefer Guthrie, two art enthusiasts who find joy in carefully curating the aesthetics in any home.
4200 Charlotte Ave., Nashville TN, 37209 • (615) 499-1817
Specializing in locally-sourced, artisan goods featuring an assortment of hand-crafted candles, kitchenware, furniture and accents, pillows and more, OAK Nashville will quickly become your new favorite shop. This is a one-stop-shop for gifts and home decor, as they have carefully chosen each item to ensure its quality, artistry and craftsmanship. Stop by and have their amazing staff help you find anything you need!
From the perfect item for a bookshelf to the gift you’ve been searching for, OAK Nashville has it.
144 Bridge Street, Franklin, TN, 37064 • (615) 591-4089
Riverside Franklin is nestled in the heart of downtown Franklin and is known for exceptional customer service, great prices and a beautiful selection of home decor. This family-owned business was opened in 1996 and has since been passed on to a second generation of owners. With a visit to Riverside Franklin, you will find unique home decor, furniture, artwork, lighting and so much more. At the 10,000-square-foot showroom, you’ll find everything you need!
At Riverside Franklin, you will discover the unique, affordable and beautiful pieces you’ve been searching for!
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