Summer is officially on its way in, and if you’re lucky, that whole spring cleaning thing is but a distant memory. That means it’s finally time to spruce up your home and garden spaces with a few fresh pieces for the season.
You’ll find a wide variety of industrial-meets-modern lighting scattered throughout the showroom at Redo Home and Design in downtown Franklin. Their selection boasts both tabletop and hanging pieces, but we think this particular gem is just the thing to add eclectic appeal to any décor. Get it for $196.
At Yarrow Acres, a gardener’s paradise located in the heart of downtown Franklin, you’ll find shelves stocked with succulents, hanging glassware and old-school bell jars of all sizes—everything you need to create your very own custom terrarium. $5 to $63
These too-cute tumblers from The Green Glass Company are created by trimming down old soda bottles, a process that calls for only a fraction of the energy required in other glass recycling methods. Featuring a variety of label designs, these babies will lend the perfect pop of color (and hint of vintage appeal) to your arsenal of glassware. Get a set of two for $20 at Iron Gate.
Ideal for the coffee table or guest room nightstand, The Southerner’s Handbook is an ode to all things Southern. Curated by the editors of Garden & Gun magazine, this big ole book of Southern know-how offers up insight on what it means to be Southern with a capital “S”—and exactly how to do it. Find it for $28 at Avec Moi.
Add a hint of metallic shine to your summer bar setup with these nautical-themed, golden bottle openers. They’re heavy enough to feel expensive, but they’re a steal at $12 apiece. Find them at Redo in Franklin.
Alphabet wall art
Personalize indoor or outdoor spaces with a custom collection of embellished alphabet pieces from The Shop Around the Corner. Each wooden cutout is embellished with layers of multicolored, multitextured metals, practically begging to be mixed and matched. Get them for $49 and $95 at The Shop Around the Corner.
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