Riverside Antiques Has New Owner with a Familiar Face

Riverside Antiques & Home Decor has a new owner but not to worry, it’s still all in the family. Dwight Lynch first opened Riverside Antiques & Home Decor in Franklin back in 1996. Lynch is a native Williamson County resident and a full-time farmer on the 140-acre Pine Spring Farms. But in addition to farming, he liked to purchase furniture with a story and so Riverside Antiques & Home Decor was born. From the antiques, decor, and iron works Lynch created a space for the local homeowner to have unique items for their home.

Just a few days ago, Lynch announced his retirement and he handed the keys to his daughter, Lynda and her husband Tommy who now owns and operates Riverside Antiques & Home Decor.

We stopped by to talk with Lynda about nchanges to the store that includes a boutique and a grand reopening. And Lynda tells us you will definitely see her father around the store as he will have more time for adventures and buying pieces for the store.

Riverside Antiques & Home Decor is located at 144 Bridge Street next door to the “old, old jail”. Hours of operation are Tuesday – Saturday 10a – 5p. Follow them on Facebook for more details regarding their grand reopening taking place on September 16th at 10a.



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