Welcome to Our Home Décor Store Near Madison, TN

Old Time Pottery is the Madison home décor store that lets you stretch your imagination without stretching your wallet. You'll discover a huge, ever-changing selection of unique items for every room, every reason and every season. From rugs to home décor, from seasonal finds to home furnishings and everything in between, you're sure to find something amazing every time you visit.

Directions to Old Time Pottery in Madison

Old Time Pottery of Madison is located at 111 Gallatin Pike N, in the Old Towne Village shopping mall.

From the North/Gallatin Pike N/US-31E/TN-36

Take US-31E/TN-36/Gallatin Pike N south until you reach Burger King and then turn right into the Old Time Pottery parking lot.

From the East/E Old Hickory Boulevard/TN-45

Take TN-45/E Old Hickory Boulevard past the Madison Church of Christ on the right, and turn right (north) on Gallatin Pike N. Turn left just past The Great Escape record store and turn left into the Old Time Pottery parking lot.

From the South/Gallatin Pike S/US-31E/TN-36

Take US-31E/Gallatin Pike S past Security Finance on the left and cross over Old Hickory Boulevard/TN-45. Turn left just past The Great Escape record store and into the Old Time Pottery parking lot.

From the West/W Old Hickory Boulevard/TN-45

Take TN-45/W Old Hickory Boulevard east just past Walmart Neighborhood Market and turn left (north) into the shopping center with Old Time Pottery.

Visit the Most Affordable Home Good Store Home Store in Madison

Make Old Time Pottery your go-to location for home accents, outdoor furniture, and seasonal décor. Your search for “home good store near me” ends here. Whether you are want to spruce up a room or patio or redecorate your entire house, Old Time Pottery has a large selection of home goods to meet your needs. We know you will find something cute and irresistible at an affordable price.

Give that special touch to your outdoor spaces with a focal piece like a fountain or fire pit or attract some local birds with our stylish assortment of birdbaths, birdhouses, and birdfeeders. While you're at it, pick up some new comfy cushions for your patio furniture, or add a brightly colored umbrella to give you shade on hot summer days. Add some planters to complete your backyard oasis.

We have lots of pieces to help make a house a home like floral displays, rugs, wall art, and mirrors to accommodate every style, even if you are on a budget. We have the latest trends in "decorganizing," including bins, decorative baskets, and drawers to keep your house in order and stylish.

You’ll find the best selection of floral displays, rugs, mirrors, and wall art that help make a house a home. We have something for every room in your home, including bed and bath items to help turn your home into your sanctuary. And don’t forget to pick up bins, drawers, and a decorative basket to keep things organized.

For cooks and those who love home entertaining, we have everything you need to make every night a special occasion. We have dinnerware, glassware, flatware, bakeware, cookware, and serving pieces that will make your latest culinary creation look ready for Instagram. Create a beautiful tablescape using our napkins, placemats, and tablecloths.

What to Know About Madison

A beautiful suburb tucked away in Northeast Nashville, the area is perfect for people who want to be close to the hustle and bustle of downtown Nashville but prefer a quiet haven for everyday life. The city is home to three lush parks: Madison Park, Peeler Park, and Cedar Hill Park. Madison regularly attracts local visitors from East Nashville, Inglewood, Whites Creek, Joelton, Old Hickory, Hendersonville, Hermitage, and other areas.

Madison is steeped in history. What is now Old Hickory Road was a section of the Trail of Tears, the forced relocation of Cherokees from North Carolina to Oklahoma. Andrew Jackson, who directed the forced relocation, has an estate in neighboring Old Hickory, Tennessee.

Madison is home to the Nashville National Cemetery is a United States National Cemetery, which is administered by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs where many soldiers are interred, including 1,447 U.S. Colored Infantry. The cemetery is registered with the National Register of Historic Places.

Stop by Amqui Station and Visitors Center, which contains a museum where you can learn about the history of railroading and its impact on local history as well as American music. At one point, Johnny and June Cash owned the facility.