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Saturday, April 30, 2011

The Iron Gate Tour Franklin

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The Iron Gate is a beautiful shop on the square in Franklin Tennessee. It was the first shop I found years ago that had Shabby Chic items and architectural pieces.

There are so many different items in this shop. It is all eye candy. With eclectic gifts and great ideas.






These are old french bottles that were crated.




This is a wrapped wire chandelier with Edison bulb.




How come their laundry looks so much better?





The pictures just don't do these pieces justice. So pretty!





I love this sofa and pillow!





Beautiful wall coral collection! HINT: buy some regular ones and paint them white.













I want this chandelier! Look at the right....see the twig light.....




This was a handpainted mercury glass light. The bird is on top. This was the best picture I could get because of the glare.

Lovely things! Am I right?

If you are ever in downtown Franklin you should take a peek in.
Warning: Bring lots of cash! Everything is tempting!
 
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7 comments:

Katies Rose Cottage Designs said...

Oh my goodness that looks like a wonderful shop!!!
It looks like one of those places that you could totally lose yourself in ~

Thank you for sharing with us!

xoxo
Lori

Primitive Echoes said...

That is a beautiful shop. I just found one in Southern Maine that is smaller but similar and I loved it.
Kat

Birds, Bees, Berries, and Blooms said...

Thank you for the shopping trip! I really enjoyed the tour.

Karen said...

That is one great place. I could move in. I'll take that gorgeous settee please... I wish! Have a great weekend

Mallory said...

Just got back from TN and this shop was closed on Sunday! I was so bummed! Looks adorable!

Treva said...

I live in Murfreesboro, too! I'd love to meet you!

Laura Ingalls Gunn said...

When I was a little girl there was a shop called the Iron Gate in my hometown. (It was a framing shop.) This Iron Gate looks like my type of place!

Thank you SO very much for linking up to this week's Wayfaring Wednesday!