Lebanon Store

1029 West Main Street
Lebanon, TN 37087

Phone: 615-453-5767
Fax: 615-453-8488

Email: lebmccalls@dtmccalls.com
Monday through Saturday: 9:00 am - 6:00 pm
Sunday: Closed

Lebanon Gallery

La • Z • boy Furniture

Things have really evolved since La-Z-Boy first introduced the recliner in 1928.

Over the subsequent decades, our product line has grown to include a myriad of pieces and styles, and our brand name has become highly recognized across the country and around the globe.

But throughout our history, one fact has remained constant: The La-Z-Boy brand name is synonymous with comfort and quality.


Thomasville Furniture

Thomasville began in Thomasville, North Carolina, in 1904. At the time, we offered just one product - a chair. And now we offer home furnishings, accessories and cabinetry that allow you to express yourself through your home.

Even as home styles have evolved over the years, Thomasville has evolved, too, keeping step with the fashion trends of the day. This dynamic and flexible spirit, which underlies everything we do, is what has allowed us to continue growing our business and maintain our position as an/the industry leader.

Thomasville Floor Model Sale
Call 931-526-1103 for pricing 


Flexsteel Furniture

Flexsteel manufactures seats for every use: residential, commercial, and vehicle. Combining smart design with an unchanging emphasis on quality, Flexsteel is truly an American success story.

This is a company with a proud history and a brilliant future.


Electrolux Appliances

Electrolux is a global leader in household appliances and appliances for professional use, selling more than 40 million products to customers in more than 150 markets every year. The company focuses on innovations that are thoughtfully designed, based on extensive consumer insight, to meet the real needs of consumers and professionals.


Davis Cabinet Company

While Davis Cabinet Company was formed in 1929, it really had its beginnings around the turn of the century as a sawmill located near Fifth Street on the banks of the Cumberland River. The mill produced lumber from logs rafted down the river from neighboring forests. A ready market existed for most of the high grade lumber turned out by the mill.