Shopping Downtown Franklin Franklin has long been a destination for shoppers of all kinds, and the downtown area includes antiques, furnishings, kitchen accessories, and more beautiful accessories than you can imagine. Surrounding the town square, a 15-block mix of shops, businesses, and restaurants is listed on the National Historic Register. Downtown proper begins at the square and continues along Main Street for a couple of blocks.
Shopping Clarksville Christened the Queen City for its early importance in the river trade, Clarksville today is the state’s fifth largest city and home to a variety of furnishings and home decor stores.
Shopping Goodlettsville Nestled just off I-65 North, Goodlettsville abutts Hendersonville and Madison, and includes a variety of great home decor shops ranging from antiques and western-themed furnishings to fine furniture, accessories, and more.
Shopping Fayetteville/Lewisburg 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.
Shopping Downtown Nashville Downtown Nashville offers a wide range of shops and service providers of interest to home decorators and remodelers. From lighting to home theater, from fine art to plumbing fixtures, it all lies within a few square miles circling the heart of Nashville. Off the inner loop around town, take the Jefferson Street exit to a left on Cowan Street to Rexel Electric, where the showroom offers lighting fixtures for the interior, exterior, and landscapes. With Rexel’s policy to liquidate merchandise that doesn’t sell quickly, you can find some bargains at closeout prices. To reach …