Professional Williamson County Interior Designer
Many ask, “where are you located”, and to that we say: “WE COME TO YOU!” We come to your home or place of business to plan, design, specify and furnish your project, from concept to completion. Whether it’s your entire home, one room or any one piece, we’re at your service. We offer everything from floor and wall coverings, custom window treatments, fine furniture, upholstery and area rugs and even the important finishing touches such as artwork, accessories and permanent botanicals.
Our Williamson County clients enjoy our personalized service, customized designs, and the products that we bring together especially for them. They love that their home will look special and not have the same look, design, or products that anyone else in the neighborhood has. We think you will find that we are both fun and easy to work with. Our mission is to discover your likes, to help create a home that is comfortable and something you will be proud to show to friends and family.
“We are repeat customers of Decorating Den. They are so talented, professional and a pleasure to work with. My husband and I are amazed at how easy a project comes together when we turn to Decorating Den for assistance. We have searched stores and online sources for ideas, but selecting the proper scale and color is difficult for us and results in “analysis paralysis.” Bohnne and the team have saved us from ourselves on more than one occasion and have ideas we could never come up with on our own. We highly recommend their services.”
– Mary M.
Contact us today at 615-469-7334 to schedule your complimentary in-home consultation.
Williamson County is located in Tennessee with a population of 183,182. The county is named after Hugh Williamson, a North Carolina politician who signed the U.S. Constitution. European-American settlers arrived in the area by 1798, after the Revolutionary War. Fur traders had preceded them. Scots traders had intermarried with Native American women and had families with them. Both sides thought these relationships could benefit them. Most of the settlers were migrants from Virginia and North Carolina, part of a western movement after the American Revolutionary War. Others came after a generation in Kentucky.
Williamson County, TN Resources
Williamson County Schools – Williamson County Schools provides a supportive environment where students are challenged to pursue excellence in academics, athletics, and the arts.
Williamson County Parks & Recreation – The Williamson County Parks & Recreation enhances the quality of life by providing safe, well-maintained parks and public places.
Williamson County Public Library – The Williamson County Public Library seeks to meet the recreational, educational, and information needs of county patrons through a significant collection of digital and print materials housed at a network of county wide locations.