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Bob Timberlake Gallery, Lexington

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  • We first visited the Timberlake Gallery in 2015. Now, we go as often as possible. The art work is stunning as well as the furniture and gallery items, Bob and his staff (Wayne, Doris, Corky, Pam, Kare...  more »
  • Beautiful furniture and paintings. Great customer service - thanks, Lynn Klopp for all you help! Conveniently located just off of I-85. More like a museum than a shop; love it!  more »
  • This place is so much more than a furniture store. You can purchase gifts for all occasions here. It's a museum! And beautiful artwork of course by Bob Timberlake. Easy access on/off I-85. If you've c...  more »
  • It is what it is. Bob Timberlake selling his wares in a pleasant environment. Haven't visited the coffee shop, and the prices of art and decorations aren't exactly cheap, but it's his stuff to decide the price on. For me, it was an interesting stroll through the designs of a native Carolinian.
  • Bob's gallery is really nice. I love seeing his original artwork. His open houses are fun, especially when he features other crafts people. Today I bought handcrafted bird houses from Buddy Lohr. At other open houses I bought unique jewelry. I would really like for the gallery to sell Bob's artwork on notecards once again. For a Barbecue Festival treat go to Lexington BBQ then take in Bob's open house.
  • Not worth how far we drove to see it (about 2 hours). A lot more empty than I remember and a surprisingly little ammount of trikity things for sale. Staff was really rude and had no intention on having a conversation, this was also noticed buy the other group there. It also took the lady like 15 min to make a small hot coco and I was the only customer
  • I absolutely love the Bob Timberlake Gallery! It's the best furniture shopping experience in the South, the staff is so friendly and the warmth is so cozy. The selection is always so inspiring and there's so much to look at, it's a great activity for the whole family whether you're buying furniture, art, or just stopping by for a coffee.