City Farmhouse at The Factory in Franklin has made a big announcement to its fans. While owners Kim and David Leggett were on the road for the City Farmhouse Style book tour, they posted a message on their Facebook page.
City Farmhouse moved to The Factory back in 2015 after having a storefront in downtown Franklin for six years. Earlier this year, City Farmhouse closed transformed their retail store into an event space.
After the release of City Farmhouse Style, shoppers wanted more than the pop-up fair and uploading sales that were offered periodically throughout the year, Leggett told us. So, while the Leggetts are out signing books, they are buying new finds to place in the store.
To celebrate the reopening of City Farmhouse on November 17, hours will be extended until 8 pm on opening day. Normal hours for the store will be Monday- Saturday 10 am – 5 pm.
Owners Kim and David Leggett have been “pickers” for more than 20 years, and their trained eye and vivacious personalities have earned them national acclaim, from individuals interested in following popular vintage trends to interior designers.
As an interior stylist, Kim’s projects have been featured in a host of major publications, from Country Living and Architectural Digest to Praire Style. Kim has also played an active role in decorating for A. Marshall Family Foods locations like Homestead Manor and the latest restaurant Deacon’s New South. Kim has also sold her finds to museums, private collectors and celebrity clientele like Ralph Lauren, Meg Ryan, Tommy Hilfiger, Sheryl Crow, Carrie Underwood and more. Follow City Farmhouse on Facebook for the latest updates.