Decorating your home or designing a new space? Southeastern Salvage has everything from kitchen cabinets to outdoor furniture to cowhide throws – you’ll find what you’re looking for and at a fraction of the cost of other homegoods stores. The Nashville location of this regional chain is in a huge pink warehouse in the heart of the developing Design District, right next door to Hester and Cook (post coming soon).
You’ll find certain items in stock each time you shop – think outdoor pillows, lighting, bathroom rugs, mirrors – but you’ll also find a wide range of knick knacks and surprises. During our last visit, we found a portable bar made from the front of a TaTa bus, talk about unique!
This is the kind of place you should frequent if you want to find good deals on cool items. And we’ll reiterate some of the advice on the Southeastern Salvage website: the item you saw today and wanted to think about tonight, is being bought by the person who saw it yesterday and thought about it last night. In other words, if you see it and like it, buy it! There’s limited stock, so who knows if it’ll be there on your next visit.
Light fixtures from $100, rugs in every price range and size, cowhide pillows from $30, steel drum chairs for $100… This place is a wonderland and a hidden jewel. Check them out for your next decorating project and don’t be afraid to ask the staff if you have questions – they’ll help you out!
C & A