Posts Tagged: Sweetwater

Well-known Sweetwater gift and antique shop Bobby Todd Antiques is relocating to its sister store, “UPSTAIRS” at 4514 Old Kingston Pike, in Knoxville. Bobby Brown and Todd Richesin announced today that they will be moving the store following the sale of their current building in Sweetwater, initially opening a “Pop-up Shop” for Bobby Todd in

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We start shopping for our Christmas season in January.  Yes, it is hard to beleive, but it takes us a full year to prepare for a selling season that is a short two months.  At the January gift market in Atlanta, we hit the halls running, searching for new and exciting products to bring you. 

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Local designer featured in national magazine We were so excited to see this Advocate and Democrat article about Todd Richesin being featured in House Beautiful’s “Next Wave of Top 20 Designers” by Tommy Millsaps. When you think of hotbeds for great interior designers, glamorous places like Beverly Hills or New York City probably come to

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I had some appointments today in Sweetwater, and there were a few minutes left for me to visit the store.  Bobby does such an amazing job with the shop.  It was so festive today, and everything was in the perfect spot, clean, and beautiful.  If Bobby Todd at Christmas doesn’t get you in the holiday

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“Holiday memories begin at Bobby Todd Antiques.”  Mark your calendars for Thursday, October 8 from 5 to 8 p.m. for Bobby Todd Antique’s annual holiday open house. “Making Spirits Bright” is this year’s theme. Shoppers will find red, green and gold decorations with extra sparkly vintage flair as we unveil this year’s window. We will be closed

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by Bobby Brown Tired of the winter blues? Step into Bobby Todd and experience a store full of wonderful spring items to brighten up any décor. Our spring market orders have arrived and we are featuring tuliperes in all shapes and sizes – perfect for fresh flowers from your garden. The Roundtop Collection has whimsical,

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