Welcome to Our Home Décor Store Near Fort Myers, FL

Old Time Pottery is the Fort Myers home décor store that lets you stretch your imagination without stretching your wallet. You'll discover a huge, ever-changing selection of unique items for every room, every reason and every season. From rugs to home décor, from seasonal finds to home furnishings and everything in between, you're sure to find something amazing every time you visit.

Directions to Old Time Pottery in Fort Myers

Old Time Pottery of Fort Myers is located on Colonial Blvd., in the Colonial Professional Plaza, just North of Page Field, and East of Cleveland Ave.

From the North/Downtown

Head East on the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., and turn right on Fowler St. (SR-739). Travel 2.9 miles, passing Family Dollar and Priceless Auto Mall, and staying right to remain on Fowler St. Continue on Fowler St., passing Metro Pkwy. and Winkler Ave. Take the left across from the Toyota dealer to enter the Old Time Pottery parking lot. Stay to the left to find Old Time Pottery between Guitar Center and SalonPlex.

From the East/I-75

From I-75, take exit 136 for FL-884 toward Colonial Blvd./Ft Myers/Lehigh Acres, and use the left 2 lanes to turn left onto Colonial Blvd. (FL 844). Continue 4.2 miles, passing All Children's Specialty Care and Honda of Fort Myers, and turn right on Fowler St. at the AutoNation Toyota. Enter the parking lot at the Colonial Professional Plaza sign, and stay left to arrive at Old Time Pottery.

From the South/Fort Myers Beach

Head North on Estero Blvd. toward San Carlos Blvd. (FL 865) and make a slight right onto San Carlos Blvd. to cross the Matanzas Pass Bridge. Travel 2.7 miles, passing Big Moss Marine before crossing Hurricane Pass. You will pass several boat rental companies before turning right on Pine Ridge Rd., right after Beach Outlets. Follow Pine Ridge Rd. for 0.9 miles, and turn right onto Summerlin Rd. (after the Walgreens). Stay on Summerlin Rd. for 7.9 miles, passing Summerlin Crossings, Lakes Park, and Fort Myers Pediatrics. Turn right onto Boy Scout Dr. and continue on to Fowler St. after 0.5 miles. Pass Colonial Blvd. and the entrance to the parking lot is on the left in the Colonial Professional Plaza.

From the West/Cape Coral

Take Coronado Pkwy. North toward Del Prado Blvd. Past Veterans Park, use the left two lanes to turn left on Del Prado Blvd. S. Travel on Del Prado Blvd. S for 2.1 miles, passing Goodwill and RaceTrac. Just past Mr. & Mrs. Crab, take a right and merge onto Veterans Pkwy. Follow Veterans Pkwy. for 1.5 miles and cross over Midpoint Bridge to continue onto Colonial Blvd. for 1.2 miles. Pass Fort Myers Botanical Gardens and Cleveland Ave., then turn left onto Fowler St. Enter the parking lot at the Colonial Professional Plaza sign, and stay left to arrive at Old Time Pottery.

Shop for Affordable Home Goods in Fort Myers

Do you have a craving for new seasonal decorations, outdoor living, home accessories, or floral touches? No need to start searching “home store near me,” Old Time Pottery has you covered! From storage solutions and accent furniture to kitchen and dining room items, your home will feel like new with a visit to our home décor store. Get everything you need to brighten and update your home in one stop at Old Time Pottery.

Maybe you're new to Fort Myers, or it's time for every room to have new scenery, or you're just ready for a refresh in your bathroom, living room, dining room, or patio, Old Time Pottery has a wide selection and affordable prices. Choose from thousands of décor items such as rugs, planters, floral displays, decorative storage, mirrors, and wall art. There's something for every room, from floor to ceiling, for every style!

Make it easier to keep your home clutter-free with smart organization solutions for your kitchen, bedroom, and laundry room. Storage can be easy and stylish with a variety of bins, totes, racks and more. Practical drawers and handy carts keep you organized in closets and kids rooms. Need cleaning gadgets to keep your home clean and tidy? Check those off your list, too!

Ready to refresh the kitchen? Beyond dining room tables and chairs, Old Time Pottery has all the glassware, dinnerware, serveware, flatware, cookware, bakeware, kitchen accessories, and cooking gadgets you need for an efficient and elegant cooking and entertaining experience. Shop for all the things you need to make serving a spectacular meal as easy as it gets. Stay in season all year long with a variety of placemats, napkins, and tablecloths that add flair to your table for any occasion!

What's Fun about Fort Myers

Fast-growing Fort Myers is the county seat of Lee County on Florida's Gulf Coast. Named the #2 best place to retire by US News and World Report (2020-2021), and the fastest-growing city in America by WalletHub (2020), Fort Myers is known for lush parks, historic homes like the Edison & Ford Winter Estates, and pristine beaches.

The city, known as the "Gateway to Southwest Florida" sits between the Caloosahatchee River on the Northwest, with nature preserves to the South and East, surrounding Southwest Florida International Airport.

The city bears its name from now-abandoned Fort Myers, constructed during the Seminole Wars and named after Brevet Colonel Abraham Charles Myers, quartermaster for the Army's Department of Florida.

During the Civil War, the fort served as support for Union sympathizers, an important source of beef trade, and a haven for escaped slaves. In February 1865, The Battle of Fort Myers, "southernmost land battle of the Civil War," was fought during the last months of the war. After the fort was abandoned by the U.S. government, it was settled by Captain Manuel A. Gonzalez.

Soon after its incorporation, Fort Myers began to gain a national reputation for its recreational fishing and appeal as a winter resort destination.

Today, the city still boasts fantastic fishing and a rich history, despite the fort itself being long-gone. Its position beside the white-sand beaches of Fort Myers Beach and Sanibel Island (famous for shelling) means the city is surrounded by recreational opportunities to enjoy during the day, while an evolving Historic Downtown waterfront entertainment area plays host to dining and nightlife. Culture thrives, where in addition to the Edison and Ford Winter Estates, one can visit museums, theaters, and even watch the Boston Red Sox or the Minnesota Twins during spring training.