Tennessean: City Farmhouse Curates High-end Holiday Pop-up Fair

Interior stylist Kim Leggett invites the community to get their jingle on at the City Farmhouse Holiday Pop-up Fair, a highly curated show featuring antique wares, handmade selections and one-of-a-kind gifts.

Known for drawing local celebrities, country music stars and private collectors, the show will host more than 30 hand-selected exhibitors from 13 states Dec. 3-4 at The Factory at Franklin’s Liberty Hall.
— Angela Folds, Tennessean

Thank you to the Tennessean for their timely pieces on our 2016 City Farmhouse Holiday Pop-up Fair! Read the full story here.


Romantic Country: Spring Getaways To The Fleas

We’ve found the best cure for spring fever: sensational markets run by top dealers who don’t just offer the best vintage finds and ideas–they know how to get the party started.
— Romantic Country Magazine

Romantic Country Magazine is already counting down the days to our 2017 City Farmhouse Pop-up Fairs! Don't miss their Spring 2017 issue for their special section about the best flea markets across the country.

Just a few miles outside of Nashville, you’ll find some of the prettiest scenery and interesting stops in Tennessee - including City Farmhouse in Franklin, the Shelter + Roost rentals in Leiper’s Fork, and the Homestead Manor in Thompson.
— Romantic Country magazine

Flea Market Style: Vintage (Shop) Rush

An hour south of Nashville, vintage fanatics–including country music stars Little Big Town–flock to City Farmhouse for 12-foot farm tables, worn shop counters, and authentic metal cabinets.
— Flea Market Style

Pick up the Winter 2017 issue of Flea Market Style to see the spread on City Farmhouse and our brick & mortar store. Thank you to one of our favorite magazines!


Style Home Page: City Farmhouse Shares Inspiration for O'More

Kim Leggett, designer, author and owner of store and lifestyle brand City Farmhouse knows hers will be the first “room” you will see when you enter the O’More Show House, open to the public May 12-27 in historic downtown Franklin.
— Cathi Aycock, Style Home Page

Read all about this year's O'More Show House and our inspiration for the front porch, portico and potting shed here

WKRN: Sheryl Crow's A Guest Vendor [November 2015]

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Rock star and Williamson County resident Sheryl Crow is selling her personal furniture for charity this weekend in Franklin.

Crow has collected vintage and unique pieces from her travels all over the world and will be selling some of them at a pop-up holiday fair at City Farmhouse.
— Paige Hill for WKRN, Nashville

Watch Paige Hill in the WKRN (Channel 2) video here

Parade Magazine: Picking with Sheryl Crow (November 2015)

This weekend, fans will have a chance to own a piece of Sheryl Crow. Or at least, a piece of her extensive collection of antiques.

Parade sat down with her while she (plus 34 other vendors) were setting up shop to talk about junking, purging and giving.
— Parade Magazine, November 2015

Read the rest of the Parade Magazine story about the City Farmhouse Holiday Pop-up Fair -- and Sheryl Crow!-- here

Style Blueprint: If It Makes You HappY (November 2015)

As a longtime shopper at City Farmhouse, Crow first approached Kim Leggett, City Farmhouse owner, with the idea to sell pieces of her collection, which include antique and vintage home décor and furniture, clothing and other items.
— Style Blueprint, November 2015

Style Blueprint recently profiled Sheryl Crow, her life in Tennessee, and her participation as a guest vendor in the 2015 City Farmhouse Holiday Pop-up Fair.... and it's awesome. Read the story here

Nashville Lifestyles: Sheryl Crow Joins City FarmhousE Pop-up Fair (November 2015)

Sheryl Crow joins this weekend’s City Farmhouse Holiday Pop-up Fair as a guest vendor, offering a range of antique and vintage home décor items from her personal collection. We got the scoop on what she’s selling and how her collaboration with City Farmhouse came to be...
— Nashville Lifestyles, November 2015

Read the Nashville Lifestyles story about our pop-up, and Sheryl Crow's participation, here

Tennessean: Sheryl Crow To Be Guest Vendor at CFH Pop-up (October 2015)

Grammy-winning artist Sheryl Crow will be popping in at Franklin’s City Farmhouse holiday pop-up fair in November.

The rock/pop star and local resident, who was one of the highlight’s of September’s Pilgrimage Festival, will be a featured vendor for the first time at the seasonal market Nov. 13-15 at Jameson Hall at The Factory at Franklin.

Shoppers can purchase a range of goods from Crow, including pieces from her personal antique and vintage home decor collection as well as clothing and other items. Crow will be donating all of her sales during the three-day event to World Food Program U.S.A., a humanitarian agency that works to solve global hunger.
— Tennessean, October 2015

Read the Tennessean story here.


Garden & Gun: The Southern Agenda (October 2015)

Kim Leggett has a keen eye for a particular sort of trash turned treasure that draws droves of shoppers to her chic store, City Farmhouse, in Franklin, where she sells everything from twelve-foot farm tables to repurposed lighting to antique spittoons and restored bicycles. Over the past two years, Leggett’s annual City Farmhouse Pop-up Fairs have attracted thousands of eager pickers to her neck of the Tennessee woods, in search of stylishly worn pieces similar to the ones she finds for private clients such as Sheryl Crow and Ralph Lauren. This year, she’s added fall and winter dates to follow her successful spring one. The upcoming autumn show (October 16–17) will take place on the grounds of the 17,000-square-foot mansion of the late music publisher Buddy Killen in nearby Leiper’s Fork. Vendors from almost twenty states will fill the spacious property with a range of decorative pieces for home and garden, as well as handmade jewelry and clothing. Come with plenty of spare time—and a pickup truck.—cityfarmhousefranklin.com
— Garden & Gun, Oct/Nov '15

Read the full Garden & Gun story (featured in the October/November 2015 issue) here

Country Living: The Decorating Almanac [September 2015]

Have you guys picked up the new September 2015 issue of Country Living magazine?

It’s the HOW-TO ISSUE -- secrets to doing everything better, from picking paint colors to kitchen cabinet upgrades to nine different ways to arrange my favorite -- subway tile!

A few months ago, one of the editors contacted me about contributing to the 2015 Country Living Almanac, to which I ecstatically replied "YES!" We just happened to be in Florida at the time, so I had a beautiful ocean view for inspiration. The center section of the magazine is where you’ll find the scoop.

I think you’ll love the "Yardage Forecaster." How many times have you wondered just how much fabric to buy for that upholstery job? This section explains it all with photos of various styles of sofas, chairs, pillows, table clothes, ottomans, table skirts -- even odd pieces like covered headboards, porch swings, sink curtains, hammocks, and lamp shades. You can even get the yardage for building a play tepee (in case you can’t wait to get the magazine to find out, it’s 6-8 yards!).

Country Living was kind enough to credit us on the editor's page, too. Thanks CL!

Country Living: Blogger-Designed Cabin (September 2015)

The folks at Shelter + Roost have done it again. The family-owned vacation rental company that brought us this dream cottage and this idyllic farmhouse has added a sixth property to its lineup. Located in the sleepy little town of Leiper’s Fork, Tennessee, 30 miles southwest of Nashville, this charming cabin features interiors designed by Kim Leggett of City Farmhouse.

Take a sneak peek at the two-bedroom, one-bath house below, and get the rest of the tour here.
— Country Living, Sept '15

Read the Country Living magazine article in full here.

This Old Home: A Carefree 1920s Cottage

Just this week we received shoutouts in This Old House magazine: they published a house tour in their magazine of a 1920s cottage, and "a designer with an eye for a find [that] gives her humble house a clean and pretty look."  

That featured designer and homeowner is Lizzie McGraw, a friend of ours who was headed back to California from a design job in New York City when she stopped at our downtown Franklin store! She bought an antique light fixture, an old Turkey Trot sign--that I really can't believe we parted with--and a vintage chest of drawers. She was such a sweetheart to make sure that we were mentioned in the article (thanks so much Lizzie)!

See the full story + photos in This Old Home magazine here.