28 Years in Business: Strictly Country Antique Mall

October 29, 2012 in Editorials

For lovers of country antiques and primitives, a visit to Strictly Country Antique Mall in Franklin, Ky., is a must. Located on their historic Kentucky farm, Strictly Country has been a destination for antique lovers for 28 years. Sherry Ford and daughter Cindy Burk are the proprietors, and have the mall’s two floors stocked full of enticing antiques, country accessories and interesting gifts.

They offer early Southern country antique furniture such as pie safes, stepback cupboards, jelly cupboards, dry sinks, spice cabinets, lamps, crocks, quilts, old tools, advertising, men’s antiques and more. You can pick out a comfortable and attractive sofa and chairs made by Johnston Benchworks to accentuate your country look, and accessorize with their curtains, runners, pillows, tablecloths and new woven rugs. They carry candles, cards, seasonal accessories and gifts and much more so you can shop for yourself and others!

Their annual Christmas Open House will be Friday and Saturday, Nov. 23-24 from 10-5, and will be the perfect time to do your holiday shopping. Heritage Antique Mall in Franklin, Ky, will be holding their open house on those same dates so you can make a day of it.

Strictly Country Antique Mall is approximately 35 miles north of Nashville. Take I-65 North to Kentucky Exit 2, then go five miles north of Franklin, Ky., on Hwy 31W on the left. 270-586-3978. You can see an album of photos from the mall on our Busy Bee Trader Facebook page.