Welcome to Our Home Décor Store Near Murfreesboro, TN

Old Time Pottery is the Murfreesboro 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 Murfreesboro

Old Time Pottery of Murfreesboro is located on 480 River Rock Blvd. across from River Rock Crossing, just South of I-24 and North of West Form Stones River, and nestled between Primrose School of Murfreesboro and AMC Classic Murfreesboro 16 Movie Theatres.

From the North/Franklin Road (TN-96)

Head East on TN-96/Franklin Rd. Merge right after the Walgreens on Cason Ln. In 300 feet, turn left onto River Rock Blvd. After 0.5 miles, Old Time Pottery will be on your right, across from the neighborhood of River Rock Crossing.

From the East

Via I-24 West

Head southeast on 1-24E toward exit 80. Take exit 80 for TN-99 toward New Salem Hwy. Merge onto I-24 W and continue until you reach exit 78A/Old Fort Pkwy. Merge onto TN-96/Old Fort Pkwy. Use the left two lanes to turn left onto Cason Ln. Then turn left onto River Rock Blvd. and continue for 0.5 miles. Old Time Pottery is on your right-hand side across from the Verizon Store.

Via Old Fort Parkway

Take Old Fort Parkway to Cason Ln. Head South on Cason Ln. and take your first left onto River Rock Blvd. Continue 0.5 miles, passing US Storage Centers and Verizon Wireless, and arrive at Old Time Pottery on your right.

From the South/State Hwy 99

Head southeast on State Hwy. 99/New Salem Rd. toward Warrior Dr. passing Leadership Park and the Banks at West Fork. Turn right onto River Rock Blvd and continue for 2 miles. Old Time Pottery will be on your left across from the River Rock Crossing neighborhood.

Finding Affordable Home Goods in Murfreesboro

The eclectic styles of Old Time Pottery attract customers of all ages looking for timeless home goods in Murfreesboro. Whether you’re shopping for outdoor décor, college dorm room necessities, unique accents to liven your space, or furniture for your home, Old Time Pottery carries it all.

Known for its large retail space with unique home goods near you, Old Time Pottery offers everything for decorating and entertaining. From storage solutions, faux floral supplies, and assembled furniture to dinnerware, glassware, and serve ware at an affordable price, you won't leave empty-handed. Additionally, Old Time Pottery carries the perfect products for turning basic items into unique DIY home décor projects.

Shop our famous selection of area rugs in Murfreesboro for a unique experience and affordable pricing. Styles range from modern to traditional, and everything in between. New designs are restocked frequently, making each shopping experience unique and fresh.

Making a Home in Murfreesboro

Situated in the middle of Tennessee, Murfreesboro is the sixth-largest city in the state, and is located Southeast of downtown Nashville. It is the largest suburb of Nashville and home to Middle Tennessee State University, which is the largest undergraduate college in the state. Out of 745 US cities, Murfreesboro has been ranked the 84th best place to live (in 2006).

Named the county seat of Rutherford County, Murfreesboro has a rich Civil War history, housing the Battle of Stones River, a.k.a. the Battle of Murfreesboro, where there was a combined total of 23,000 casualties. The battlefield is a major tourist attraction for Civil War history buffs across the nation.

Despite the city's early days developing as an agricultural community, the introduction of several colleges and industrial development in WWII bolstered the city's economy to create a stable infrastructure that continues in the present day.

Various parks fill the city, including Canonsburg Village, a reproduction of a pioneer village that would have existed in the late 1880s to early 1900s. In addition to rich outdoor recreational spaces, the art and music scene thrives in Murfreesboro. The city hosts many art and music festivals such as Mainstreet Jazzfest, Uncle Dave Macon Days, and a not-for-profit festival, Boro Fondo.

The eclectic nature of the community is expressed through its art, military, and natural history museums that can be found throughout the city.