GIFT GUIDE: Local places to shop this holiday season in Franklin, Brentwood

Tin Cottage
Tin Cottage carries a number of locally-made gifts. (Wendy Sturges/Community Impact Newspaper)

Tin Cottage carries a number of locally-made gifts. (Wendy Sturges/Community Impact Newspaper)

For those looking to shop small this holiday season, there are a number of locally-owned store in Franklin and Brentwood to find something for everyone on your gift list.

For Her

Hot Pink

231 Franklin Road, Franklin

615-376-5552


www.hotpinkgifts.com

This Brentwood boutique offers a wide selection of home decor, accessories and other gifts for a mother, sister, wife or friend.

American Jewelry

157 Franklin Road, Brentwood

615-457-2089

www.american.jewelry

This longtime Brentwood store recently relocated to a new space in the city, but it still offers engagement rings, necklaces, watches and personalized jewelry.

For Him

Bink’s Outfitters

421 Main St., Franklin

615-599-8777

www.binksoutfitters.com

This Tennessee-based outdoors store is located in downtown Franklin and carries apparel and accessories from brands like Patagonia and Southern Marsh for hiking, fishing and more.

Lucky Scruff

230 Franklin Road, Franklin

844-800-5825

www.luckyscruff.com

Located inside The Factory at Franklin, Lucky Scruff carries beard balms and oils to keep facial hair moisturized and conditioned through the cold weather months.

For the cook

Savory Spice

324 Main St., Franklin

615-472-8980

www.savoryspiceshop.com

Find unique flavors from around the world at this downtown Franklin store, which carries hard-to-find spices, sauces, pastes and herbs as well as cooking tools and gift sets.

Sugar Drop

7020 Church St. E., Ste. 10, Brentwood

629-202-6949

www.sugardrop.com

This long standing Brentwood bakery and shop has a wide supply of colorful sprinkles, cookie cutters, icings and more for the aspiring home baker. The shop also makes custom cakes and offers classes.

For anyone

Tin Cottage

334 Main St., Ste. 100, Franklin

615-472-1183

www.tincottage.com

Inside their downtown Franklin shop, owners Marianne and Greg DeMeyers have curated a selection of gifts, apparel and home decor items at a variety of price points.

Sage Sleep

434 Main St., Franklin

615-807-2393

www.sagesleeporganics.com

Because everyone needs a good night’s sleep, Sage Sleep in Franklin offers organic pillows and bedding made with 100% cotton and other natural materials.
By Wendy Sturges
A Houston native and graduate of St. Edward's University in Austin, Wendy Sturges has worked as a community journalist covering local government, health care, business and development since 2011. She has worked with Community Impact since 2015 as a reporter and editor and moved to Tennessee in 2019.


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