Pottery painting studio Third Coast Clay has plans to open a second Franklin location.
Currently, you can find Third Coast Clay inside The Factory in Franklin, a location that has been open since 1999. In March, Third Coast Clay will open a second location at Camden Commons next to Herban Market on Franklin Road.
At Third Coast Clay, customers pick any piece of pottery from mugs to plates to ornaments and everything in between, choose paint colors and relax and paint. You leave your piece at the studio to be glazed and fired and then you pick it up 7 days later.
While walk-ins are always welcome; parties at Third Coast are a popular option and a main reason for the company’s expansion.
“This is a second location for us that will give us the ability to offer a better party experience to our current customers. We love the Factory but we had to reduce our footprint last year and we lost our party room!” said Deborah Brannan, owner of Third Coast Clay.
The Factory at Franklin location will continue to operate as usual and have the ability to serve walk-ins.
“We will continue to focus on walk-ins and adult groups at the Factory and birthday parties and classes at our new location in Camden Commons,” said Brannan.
And even before the doors are open, Brannan shared they have booked parties at the new location.
Third Coast Clay is locally owned and operated and chose its name to represent the “Third Coast” because Nashville is often referred to as the third coast in the music industry after New York and Los Angeles.