FRANKLIN. The Factory at Franklin will be the setting for a wonderful City Farmhouse pop-up shop with select vendors June 17-18, in support of the Sheryl Crow Repurposed Quilt for Charity Project June 17-18. The Factory at Franklin is located at 230 Franklin Road, Franklin, TN 37064.

The City Farmhouse Pop-up Fairs (antique + vintage markets)
have been named a “must attend” event by Southern Living
and Garden & Gun.


City Farmhouse hosts Pop-up Fair June 17-18

Enjoy perusing 70 booths featuring antique and vintage goods, handcrafted jewelry, fine art and repurposed items. Vendors were carefully selected by designer Kim Leggett and the team at City Farmhouse from across the Southeast as well as from New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin. For a complete list of vendors and event schedule, click HERE.

City Farmhouse will host a preview party on Friday night, June 16, offering an exclusive opportunity to shop the collections. Preview party tickets for the June 2016 market are available for purchase HERE. Tickets for the preview party include early access to shop, complimentary wine/beer and other refreshments, and live music. 

Music legend Sheryl Crow is a longtime friend of City Farmhouse and has donated three quilts from her personal collection to be repurposed into individual original pieces by select artists. Each creation will be auctioned at the June Pop-up Fair with proceeds benefiting a cause that organizers say is near and dear to Sheryl’s heart—the Syrian refugees.

The factory was built in 1929 and served as the home of Dortch Stove Works, Magic Chef, and later the Jamison Bedding Company. Recognized by the National Register of Historic Places, the campus was purchased and renovated by local developer Calvin Lehew in 1996, preserving many of The Factory’s original features and architectural details in a new mixed-use design. Another change in ownership in 2012 led to a renewed vision and a mission-driven approach to revitalizing the property.
City Farmhouse Pop-up Fair