Werthan Granite


Quartz – A Stone That Stands the Test of Time

Once upon a time, granite was the only word you’d hear when people talked about their dream kitchen. It’s no wonder granite has always been at the top of the design wish list, given their classic elegance and good resale value. Over the past five years, more and more designers are turning to another material […]

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Marble – A Stone That Tells Your Story

Marble is a stone which tells the tale of its use and thus reflects its owner’s unique life pattern. No matter how much you may try, it will not remain pristine. It etches, stains and wears over time. Similar to reclaimed wood, marble has a rich story to tell and adds character to any environment. […]

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Werthan to Appear on HGTV’s Property Brothers

Catch us on HGTV’s The Property Brothers in August, September and October 2017. View air dates and episode information here.

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Werthan Teams Up with Nashville’s Best to Renovate the Children’s Hospital Game Room

In March 2016, the teens at the Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital were surprised to discover they were receiving a renovated playroom, thanks to the teamwork of Werthan, the Nashville Predators, Office Furniture, and Brand Imaging Group––all big names in the Nashville area. As the Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital strives to focus on the […]

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Werthan Clothes Nashville One Feed Sack at a Time

From 1890 to 1960, burlap feed sacks were commonly used as clothing. The practice became common during the Great Depression and ended after the fabric shortages of WWII. Women were applauded for the idea, as it was frugal and conserved cotton for the country. Werthan, who was producing bags at this time, was able to […]

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History of Werthan: Nashville’s Backbone for over 100 Years

Serving the Nashville area is nothing new to the Werthan family. They’ve been serving as Nashville’s backbone since 1868 when Meier Werthan began selling rags with a vendor pushing cart. About a decade later, Werthan traded selling rags for selling burlap and cotton bags, which became Werthan Bag and Burlap. If you know anything about […]

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