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Antique Shopping in Nashville

When most people hear the words ‘Nashville' the first thought that comes to mind is country music. While Nashville is world famous for its musical talent, many people are unaware of the unique antique shops located throughout the city. Unfortunately the word ‘antiques' seems to get used very liberally these days and most ‘Antique Shops' turn out to be little more than glorified garage sales.

However, as a native Nashvillian and antique dealer for nearly 25 years, I will provide you with a unique insight into the local antique scene. I promise you won't be disappointed when you visit our beautiful city.

Marymont Plantation Antiques & Interiors

Designers and collectors from across the country (including the renowned Albert Hadley and Bunny Williams) frequent this shop to peruse its stunning inventory, featuring rare 17th century Italian credenzas and artwork by Picasso and Andy Warhol.

The shop is arranged in beautiful, chic vignettes, and owner Kathy Fitzpatrick's impressive inventory dates from the 17th to the 20th centuries including impressive 18th century dining room chairs, garden antiques from the storied Château de Groussay outside Paris, pieces from the estate of Doris Duke and canvas panels from the Waldorf Astoria. Recently, Marymont was listed in Bunny Williams' book, Affair with a House, as one of the top 17 antique resources in the world and in Elle Décor as one of the best shops in Nashville. Kathy's shop should definitely be on your ‘must visit' list when coming to Nashville.

Marymont Plantation Antiques & Interiors
4009 Hillsboro Pike
Nashville, TN 37215

Keith Merry/Garden Park Antiques

There is simply nothing else like this place, not only in Nashville, but anywhere else in the country. This stunning 4000 sq. ft. showroom is filled with a one-of-a-kind collection of architectural, garden, lighting, and industrial antiques. But the biggest surprise is their stunning collection of repurposed furniture, by designer Keith Merry, which feature unique artefacts from their inventory as their focal points.

Television media and publications such as Architectural Digest, Veranda, Southern Accent, El Décor, House & Garden, House Beautiful, Southern Living, Renovation Style, Colonial Home and HGTV have taken note and a national design award speaks volumes as well. Renowned architect Bobby McAlpine says of Merry, ‘an excellent engineer with a terrific eye'.

Their specialty is antique ironwork, but the showroom is filled with much more, including hand carved stone, marble and terra cotta ornamentation, antique garden urns, planters and statuary, wooden shutters, brackets, doors and fireplace mantels, lamps, sconces, lanterns and chandeliers. Their entire inventory is also available online.

Keith Merry/Garden Park Antiques
7121 Cockrill Bend Blvd.
Nashville, TN 37209

J. Craighead & Co.

Recently opened in 2010, this unique antique shop features the best in 18th and early 19th century antique furniture, lighting, paintings, silver, porcelain and rugs. Owner John C. Buntin has been collecting for the past 40 years and now has his entire collection on display in his beautiful Green Hills shop. Don't be miss lead by the shops small exterior.

This quaint, European style showroom stretches far back and is packed with fine antiques that most collectors would spend a life time trying to acquire. John's great eye for fine things is also evident in his wonderful selection of unique and unusual gifts, from leather handbags to carved wooden canes. This shop is truly a special place and a must see while visiting Nashville.

J. Craighead & Co.
2225 Bandywood Dr.
Nashville, TN 37215


Digs showcases an ever-changing collection of exquisite items for the home. With an eclectic collection of eighteenth and nineteenth century European antiques combined with wonderful handmade pottery and unique gifts. Digs has quickly become one of Nashville's favorite places to find home furnishings, custom lighting or that special gift for a hostess, friend or bride.

Owners Meg Turner and Becky Webb travel around the world in search of beautiful home furnishings, accessories and gifts that you won't find in the average antique shop. Both have a wonderful southern charm and a great eye for antiques. While the shop is not large, the quality of their merchandise goes a long way toward helping customers find those special, hard to find treasures. They are located next door to J. Craighead Antiques and just a stone's throw from the Marymont Plantation Antiques & Interiors.

2225 Bandywood Dr.,
Nashville, TN 37215

R. Higgins Interiors

Roger Higgins is what you might call a nonjudgmental shopper. He is also a constant shopper. Combine these two characteristics and you realize how he has accumulated such an eclectic array of merchandise. R. Higgins Interiors attracts patrons in the market for classic pieces as well as unique and eccentric items. From your first visit you will recognize that this store is one-of-a-kind' with its interesting light fixtures, funky trinkets and extraordinary furniture pieces.

Roger doesn't consider styles when he shops, but instead has learned that it's all about discovering those unexpected elements, which truly enhance a home or office. Filled with exceptional and distinctive items, the R. Higgins Interiors showroom has become a staple for Nashville antique buyers in search of unique furniture and accessories. Roger also shops for items that can be transformed into something new, creating truly one-of-a-kind pieces.

Whether relaxing in South Carolina or exploring in Italy, he is drawn to every auction, flea market and antique store that he can get to. His philosophy is to never rule anywhere out. Whether it looks too fancy or too humble, he believes there is always potential for finding something that speaks to you. After all, a great find is a great find.

R. Higgins Interiors
2000 Blair Blvd.
Nashville, TN 37212

About the Author:
Keith Merry is an accomplished furniture designer and the owner of Garden Parks Antiques, a 4000 sq. ft. Nashville antique and design showroom. You can see his entire collection of more than 1000 unique architectural antiques, garden antiques and custom & repurposed furniture online at http://www.gardenpark.comsmrtovnice

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