The Shoppes at Homespun

January 30, 2017 in Editorials

The Shoppes at Homespun in Farragut, Tenn., offer some great ideas for one-of-a-kind Valentine’s gifts. Their new shoppe called Southern Style Boutique has an amazing selection of apparel from sizes small to 3X, and lots of accessories to complement each outfit.

Another new shoppe is attracting folks, some who are flipping their rooms, especially those going for the farm style. These owners custom build farm tables and other pieces of furniture. They are fine wood pieces, designed and built locally that can be passed down to generations to come.

The Shoppes at Homespun have a constant change as things come in and quickly go out to new owners. The Heart of Country Shoppe is located inside, and they carry lots of country primitives and home décor. You’ll find McCalls Candles, prints, linens, quilts, treenware, braided rugs, signs, lamps and much more.

You’ll find dozens of shoppes throughout the store with art, antiques, pottery, repurposed furniture and garden items in metal and wood. There’s a great selection of children’s clothing and accessories, home décor with a flair of modern to traditional, and occasional French Country pieces. Depending of the season, you can always put together some very neat and unique items for that special Valentine gift or for any occasion. Check out their beautiful florals as you may want to add a nice arrangement to your gift or deliver a few florals to just say thank you to someone.

There’s too much to list in The Shoppes at Homespun, located at 11523 Kingston Pike, Knoxville. Be sure to check out the new selections of primitive and home décor and gifts at their Maryville location at 1410 Sevierville Road in Maryville, Tenn., as well. If you haven’t visited these two stores, you’ve been missing a great shopping or day trip. Owner Beverly Sellars invites you to let them help you find that special gift. They love to help find those perfect items that complete the look you’re seeking for your home or special space or gift to say I love you!

By Maxine B Jones, Ocoee, Tennessee