Fayetteville and Lewisburg, both modest-sized communities east of I-65 South, offer a wide range of home decor and furnishings. Take I-65 South to Exit 14/US 64 and travel east for about 19 miles to the heart of Fayetteville. Park anywhere on or near the square.
Touch of Glass Antiques glows with the reflection of the varied glass on display and features glassware from antique to retro.
Nearby, Sissy’s Antiques & Interiors is multi-merchant retailer featuring antiques, home decor, and gifts.
Norman Furniture features an array of furnishings for the home, from bedroom and dining room suites to upholstered pieces and children’s
A variety of collectibles greet you at Backroads Antiques, including vintage reading material, some home textiles, and more.
Offering bedroom and dining room furnishings, as well as outdoor living tables and chairs and children’s furniture is Standard Furniture, part of a multi-store company founded in 1912 in Birmingham.
Facing the square, the Magnolia Mall is located in a 15,000 square foot historic building built in 1890. Some 75 booths feature antique furniture, primitives, antique glassware, collectibles and American made glass marbles and gems of all sizes, shapes and colors sold by the pound!
On College Street across from the square lies the Fayetteville Antique Mall, which offers a wide range of antiques, collectibles, and gift items.
Nearby, the Ivy Wreath features florals and gifts to meet every taste.
At the corner of Elk Avenue and College Street, The Tigress, a delightful boutique featuring a smattering of home decor items, gifts, and accessories.
A block north on Elk Avenue takes you to Sir’s Fabrics, founded by Joe Sir in 1948. It began as a dry goods store that primarily served
the local community. Throughout the years, Sir realized that the needs of his customers were changing, and he eventually expanded his
business to feature fabrics and notions.
By developing special purchasing relationships with national mills and manufacturers, Sir’s was able to bring fabric bargains to Fayetteville by the truckloads. Still owned and operated by members of the SIR family, the operation today continues the tradition of offering high quality fabric at discounted prices. The quantity and variety of decorator fabrics is truly amazing and not to be missed.
From Sir’s, return to College St. and turn right on Main to find The Pink Begonia, a quaint little antique store worth the stop.
Before leaving Fayetteville for Lewisburg, you might want to grab a sandwich, or you can wait until you reach Lewisburg.
Main Avenue/US Hwy 431 takes you north to Lewisburg, about a half hour drive from Fayetteville.
As in Fayetteville, the best place to begin your tour is the downtown area.
US Hwy 431 takes you straight into the downtown area where you’ll find The Emporium, a family-owned business, that features antiques,
collectibles, and more in its two-story building.
Next door, the Enchanted Gardens features florals and plants, as well as some garden decor items.
Around the corner on Church Street, Hamlin & Bolling Furniture Company offers three levels of upholstered and wood furniture for the
dining room, bedroom, and living room, as well as room accessories.
At the corner of Church Street and Third Avenue, A Victorian Melody is housed in a Victorian home built in the early 1900s. Melody and
Spence’s style is showcased in the 6,000 square foot home which features florals, plants, small furnishings, and accessories.
Turn south on Third Avenue and left on Commerce Street to Ivy’s Antiques, two buildings of furniture ranging from dining tables and chairs to old kitchen cabinets, china cabinets, rocking chairs, and more. Lots of collectible items can also be found here.
Turn right onto Commerce Street and turn left on First Avenue and then left on West Church Street, then right on Second Avenue (US Hwy 31A) and look for Coble Furniture just past US Hwy 431 (Ellington Parkway). Coble features a spacious showroom that includes bedding, furniture, and appliances.
To find The Basket Case, turn left out of the Coble Furniture parking lot and proceed about 1 miles to this floral and gift shop. In addition to faux florals, this shop features beautiful real florals, gift and collectible items, and more.
One of the most interesting stores in the Lewisburg area is The Old Rink Emporium. Turn left from The Basket Case and return to its intersection with US Hwy 431/Ellington Parkway and turn right on US Hwy 431. Turn left on N. Fifth Ave, and then right onto Brents Road.
In this old skating rink you’ll discover some amazing finds. Call ahead to check the hours, as they are subject to change.
There are a number of stores in Fayetteville and Lewisburg featuring home-related items, including:
Backroads Antiques & Collectibles
215 Main Ave. South
Fayetteville Antique Mall
112 E. College St.
114 E. College
Joy & Company
213 Main Ave.
121 S. Main Ave.
203 Main Ave. S.
The Pink Begonia
113 Main Ave. N.
110 N. Elk Ave.
Sissy’s Antiques & Interiors
208 S, Main Ave.
212 S. Main Ave.
100 Elk Ave. S.
Touch of Glass
217 S. Main St.
The Basket Case
1575 Nashville Hwy.
Coble Furniture Inc.
1028 Nashville Hwy.
101 1st Ave. N.
111 First Ave. N.
Hamlin & Bolling Furniture Company
124 W. College St.
733 W. Commerce St.
Old Rink Emporium
1077 Brents Rd.
A Victorian Melody
229 W, Church St.