This 100-year-old family-owned company is a Nashville treasure. Find out the history behind Goo Goo Cluster and meet the women who are steering it into the next century of success.
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.
ABLE opened their flagship store right here in Nashville. Take a moment to learn about the social enterprise and see the stunning space.
Eight new Nashville boutiques have opened, and others have expanded or moved locations. Keep up with it all right here (warning: you may be tempted to do more shopping … ) Image: Zachary Gray
Mednikow Jewelers is staffed with a sophisticated and stylish bunch. Today, take a peek inside of the luxurious jewelry cases to get a look at their current favorite pieces!
A space you’ll want to live in with products you’ll want to take home, Lemon Laine is expanding their reach and establishing themselves as a Southern source for clean beauty.
Cookware, cutlery and gifts are a few of the things you can find on the shelves at The Kitchen. Let this one-stop shop take care of all your kitchen and entertaining needs.
Royal Circus opened 10 short weeks ago, and thanks to the collection of home furnishings assembled by Michael Dukes and Geoffery Gill, it is receiving well-deserved buzz. Take a look inside this fabulous new home store.
We’re on the lookout for some gems for our homes, so we asked 15 trusted local business owners to shop with us!
A thoughtful collaboration brings learning opportunities to Nashville’s students and community members. Learn more about this unique partnership and its companion event series.
Meet the brother’s behind Faherty Brand, learn more about their business, find out where you can shop the goods — and then mark your calendar to meet them at Oak Hall in Green Hills.