Professional Thompson’s Station Interior Designer

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 Thompson’s Station 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. Our dedicated interior decorators will help you turn your house into the home of your dreams.

“Loved working with Bohnne. She listened and designed to my taste. There is no one better at drapes or custom bed coverings. I redid both the master bath and bedroom and was happy with both. She was always available to take a phone call and was open when I needed to change my mind and made any new changes happen The only drawback is everything had to be ordered and she did not have a showroom that I could actually see a product. Saying that, I would definitely use her again and highly recommend her!”

– Denise D.

Contact us today at 615-469-7334 to schedule your complimentary in-home consultation.

Thompson's Station Interior Designer
Thompson's Station Interior Decorator

Thompson’s Station is a town of roughly 2,194 residents and is located in Williamson County, just south of Nashville, TN. The town had many different names in its history, but settled on Thompson’s Station after Dr. Elijah Thompson donated land for a town and a train station in 1855.

Thompson’s Station, TN Resources

Williamson County Rescue Squad – Established in 1966, the Williamson County Rescue Squad has evolved from its roots as a search and recovery unit into fourteen stations with over 200 members. They now are responsible for fires and medical emergencies alongside their search and recovery duties.

Williamson County Schools – As a leader in state academic achievement, the Williamson County Schools’ 49 schools educate around 40,000 students. The district ranks first in Tennessee amongst districts with more than one high school.

Thompson’s Station Farmer’s Market – The Thompson’s Station Farmer’s Market supports the idea of buying local. Mid-week, anyone can come to buy fresh produce or artisan crafted items, all from local vendors.