Nashville House & Home & Garden™

MAR-APR 2019

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M A R C H / A P R I L 2 0 1 9 9 N e stled at the junction of the Red and Cumberland rivers, Clarksville i s 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 ven- dors fill this large facility with merchan- dise including candles, signage, mid-century and vintage pieces, and cus- tom furniture. A panel of vendors and management select new booth owners, assuring the mall maintains its quality. The new custom designer furniture emphasis is at- tracting customers, and the spacious cafe features sal- ads, sandwiches, and more for those weary after a day of shopping. Second Chance Antiques & Treasures sports an array of items ranging from furnish- ings of all kinds including glassware, dressers and ta- bles, gift items, and uphol- stered furniture. Surrounded by the sparkle of beautiful light fixtures and plumbing fixtures, visi- tors to the Ferguson Showroom will find top of line lighting, appliances, and plumbing products. Whether you're look- ing 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, primi- tives, collectibles, and home decor. You'll find repurposed furniture, signage, can- dles, and more. T he Front Porch fills its 6,000 square feet with vintage pieces, collectibles, c rafts, 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 tradi- tional 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 down- town district by its architecture which in- cludes 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 con- temporary treas- ures and gift ideas in all price ranges, including Ten- nessee 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/mod- ern 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 light- ing and fixtures, many of which are fea- tured in the shop. Fine art and music are also emphasized by this shop. Photography by Jaime Rock Unexpected Treasures Ferguson You Never Know Out of the Past clarksville

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