Nestled at the junction of the Red and Cumberland rivers, Clarksville is the state’s fifth largest city and offers a variety of antique, home decor, and furniture stores.
Mary’s Garden can be seen from the highway, and a stop here includes a visit to the garden center and the nursery where flowers, trees, and shrubs can be found as well as fountains, bird feeders, and more.
Filling a 10,000 square foot building are the 70 vendors at the Shoppes at Sango. Here visitors will find “antiques, uniques, treasures, and gently used merchandise.”
Featuring a variety of merchandise ranging from vintage finds, homemade goods, rare antiques, gift items, and new upholstered furniture. More than 200 vendors fill this large facility with merchandise including candles, signage, mid-century and vintage pieces, and custom furniture. A panel of vendors and management select new booth owners, assuring the mall maintains its quality. The new custom designer furniture emphasis is attracting customers, and the spacious cafe features salads, sandwiches, and more for those weary after a day of shopping.
Second Chance Antiques & Treasures sports an array of items ranging from furnishings of all kinds including glassware, dressers and tables, gift items, and upholstered furniture.
Surrounded by the sparkle of beautiful light fixtures and plumbing fixtures, visitors to the Ferguson Showroom will find top of line lighting, appliances, and plumbing products. Whether you’re looking for a look at today’s showers and tubs, or want to study the latest in lighting, you won’t want to miss a stop at Ferguson’s Showroom.
Nearby, Almost Yesterday’s Antiques features an eclectic mix of antiques, primitives, collectibles, and home decor. You’ll find repurposed furniture, signage, candles, and more.
The Front Porch fills its 6,000 square feet with vintage pieces, collectibles, crafts, and more.
At Unexpected Treasures, visitors will find antiques, vintage, shabby, industrial, repurposed, home decor, and more. This 6,000 square foot shop is a wonderland that also includes steampunk items.
Featuring antique furniture, glassware, and collectibles is Out of the Past, a shop whose merchandise ranges from traditional to vintage. There’s an emphasis on well-made pieces designed to meet the test of time.
The Customs House Museum is easily distinguishable in the heart of the downtown district by its architecture which includes Romanesque arches and Gothic copper eagles perched on its four corners. Seasons, the museum store, is the region’s premiere artisan gift shop that displays a collection of contemporary treasures and gift ideas in all price ranges, including Tennessee art work.
Visitors to the Downtown Artists’ Co-op will find exhibits of local work and art work for sale. Founded in 2001 by a small group of local artists, it has grown to fill this space with the work of its members and individual exhibits.
At Journey’s Eye Studio the emphasis is on one-of-a-kind pieces and vintage/modern furnishings. Proprietor Jody Isaacs travels extensively to locate the finds that form the backbone of this eclectic shop and are often used by partner Steve Tyrrell, a master builder of industrial lighting and fixtures, many of which are featured in the shop. Fine art and music are also emphasized by this shop.
Not far from the downtown area is Simply Brigitte, where Brigitte offers an enchanting collection of gifts and accessories, florals, and more, as well as flowers and nursery plants, statuary, and ironwork. If you’re looking for the scent of springtime in a gorgeous array of real and faux florals and collectibles, the atmosphere Brigitte creates in this special space is well worth the visit.
Located in an old warehouse space, You Never Know is a charming antique store featuring repurposed pieces and a line of paint designed to create the furniture of any vintage lover’s dreams. Within the space, visitors will find furnishings that have already been transformed, as well as pieces waiting for your personal touch. Painting classes and tips are available from the staff.
Next door, Warehouse 41 features new furnishings and mattresses combined with antique and vintage furnishings ranging from bedroom sets and dining tables to newly built pieces designed for today’s homes. Merchandise might range on any given day from random tables, dressers and trunks, wall decor, and more. If you’re looking for that unusual piece to finish off a room, you’ll want to stop by this shop
At Clarksville Lighting & Appliance visitors will find reasonably priced light fixtures and appliances, as well as some top of the line items. From exterior fixtures and bathroom lighting to chandeliers and novelty lamps, this store has it all.
Direct Furniture offers an excellent selection of upholstered and wood furniture ranging from dining tables and bedroom pieces to occasional tables and accessories. The store carries brands ranging from Broyhill and Thomasville to Magnolia Home and Paula Deen Home. To add color, texture, and style to your home, check out the furniture here.
Wofford’s Nursery and Landscaping is a long-standing Clarksville institution. The nursery carries a large inventory of trees, shrubs, perennials, annuals, vegetables, and garden supplies, while the gift shop specializes in house plants, Mexican pottery, wrought iron and decorative planters, wind chimes, flags, gazing balls, water fountains, bird baths, concrete statuary and planters, and more. The company also has a tree farm to assure that plant material is readily available.
There are a number of home decor shops in the Clarksville area including:
Almost Yesterday Antiques 149 Kender Rhea Ct. 931/ 627-0668
Clarksville Lighting & Appliances 181 W. Dunbar Dave Rd. 931/ 920-0000
Direct Furniture 141 Old Trenton Highway 931/ 647-2142
Downtown Artists Co-op 96 Franklin Street 931/ 552-4747
Ferguson 1369 Ashland City Rd. 931/ 647-0276
Journey’s Eye Studio 131 Franklin St. 617/ 901-3374
Mary’s Gardens 2809 Trough Springs Rd. 931/ 358-3000
Miss Lucille’s Marketplace 2231-L Madison St. 931/ 896-1700
Out of the Past 436 Boillin Lane 931/ 645-5612
Second Chance Antiques & Treasures 2448 Ashland City Rd. 931/ 919-5114
Seasons, The Museum Store 200 South 2nd Street 931/ 648-5780
Simply Brigitte 1501 Madison St. 931/ 648-0444
The Front Porch 381 Hwy. 149 931/ 257-3225
The Shoppes at Sango 1479 Hwy 41-A South 931/ 820-1500
Unexpected Treasures 1015 Riverside Dr. 931/ 802-2552
Warehouse Forty One 1214 College Street 931/ 905-0023
Wofford’s Nursery 2205 Wilma Rudolph Blvd. 931/ 648-9779