Sylvan Supply captures the historic integrity of the old Madison Mill building and emerges as Sylvan Park’s newest hotspot for restaurants, boutiques, fitness studios and office space.
Nashville Store Highlights
To indulge in local shopping, you must check out the best Nashville boutiques, shops, furniture stores and more! Find stories on local shops that are well worth the visit. For a quick directory for the best of local shopping, see our SB Guide and download our FREE SB App. You can search by category or by neighborhood. Download it HERE.
Judith Bright has long been a go-to for stylish and affordable jewelry, and she recently added a second area location to her portfolio. Take a look around the new location at The Factory at Franklin.
E.J. Sain Jewelry Company has a long history of selling the finest jewelry to generations of Nashvillians, but they’re also a go-to for estate jewelry. Find out more about this unique part of their business.
Can you imagine trying to start a brand new business in the middle of a pandemic? We talked to three Nashville entrepreneurs who did just that.
If you’re looking to score a great deal on a designer find, you’re in luck. Here are some of our favorite Nashville consignment shops to check out, many of which you can shop online.
innovation at Dwell & Good produces a face mask that you will want to buy!
Sustainable staples naturally dyed to create a fashionable wardrobe foundation … Natalie Busby is the name you should know!
See how clothier Oak Hall’s owners combine a need for masks, a bounty of fabric and a wealth of crafty imagination into a community impact they could never have imagined.
sponsored content For 30 years, legendary jewelry designer Margaret Ellis created wearable works of art that became indispensable pieces in the jewelry collections of women across the country. A celebrated figure in the industry, Margaret began to contemplate retirement late in the past decade. She figured that would be the end of the company, saying,
When Barry Walker stumbled across the abandoned Marathon Motor Works factory, he had no clue what an adventure he was embarking on. From secret rooms to dead bodies, his unbelievable — but true! — tales of building Marathon Village and preserving its history are downright movie-worthy.