Welcome to OId Time Pottery Merrillville, IN

Old Time Pottery is the 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 decor, 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 Merrillville

Old Time Pottery of Merrillville is located on 8225 Broadway, nestled behind Golden Corral and Northern Tool + Equipment, just south of US Hwy. 30.

From the North/I-65 S

Follow I-65 South to exit 253 for US-30 toward Merrillville/Valparaiso. Use the right lane to keep right at the fork. Follow signs for the VA Clinic and Merge onto US-30 W. Continue on US-30 W and pass the "Welcome to Merrillville" sign. Use the left 2 lanes to turn left onto Rhode Island St. and take an immediate right onto Georgia St. Continue down the road and turn right at Northern Tool & Equipment. Take an immediate left to enter the Old Time Pottery shopping plaza.

From the East/Lincoln Hwy./E US Hwy. 30/E 81st Ave.

Take East Lincoln Highway until you pass I-65. In 0.5 miles, use the left turning lane and turn left onto Rhode Island St. Take an immediate right onto Georgia St. and another right when you see Northern Tool & Equipment. Take an immediate left and arrive at the Old Time Pottery parking lot.

From the South/I-65 N

Follow I-65 North to exit 253 for US-30 toward Merriville/Schererville/Valparaiso. Keep left at the fork to continue toward US-30 W/E 81st Ave./E US Hwy. 30. Drive for 0.7 miles on US Hwy. 30 and left onto Rhode Island St. Take an immediate right onto Georgia Street. Then continue down the road until you see Northern Tool & Equipment. Turn right, then take an immediate left to arrive at Old Time Pottery.

From the West/Lincoln Hwy./E US Hwy. 30

Take Lincoln Hwy. West until you pass Panda Express on your right side. Take an immediate right onto Broadway. Turn left after the Golden Corral into the shopping plaza. Continue straight through the parking lot to arrive at the Old Time Pottery storefront.

Treasure Hunting for Affordable Home Goods in Merrillville

Featuring seasonal décor, home accents, outdoor living and new furniture, Old Time Pottery stores are a one-stop-shop home décor outlet. Browse our industry-leading selection of home décor in Merrillville for unique finds that accent any style.

Whether you have just moved to Merrillville and need furniture for every room, or only a few items to refresh your living spaces, Old Time Pottery has the best selection and prices that can’t be beaten. Our furniture is fully assembled for easy to update furnishings. Our stylish, yet affordable furniture ranges from upholstered chairs, to accent furnishings, and even dorm room essentials.

Look no further for DIY home décor supplies and endless possibilities with affordable prices. Our selection of planters, floral displays, and decorative storage containers is perfect for any at-home craft projects. Elevate your items without breaking your wallet.

Entertaining necessities are aplenty at Old Time Pottery, where affordable and stylish coexist. Discover items that make entertaining easy such as glassware, dinnerware, serve ware, bakeware, and more.

Getting to Know Merrillville

Known as Downtown Northwest Indiana, Merrillville is located in Ross Township in Lake County. The city is home to retailers including home stores such as Old Time Pottery, malls, restaurants, and other businesses. Just 30 miles from Chicago, Merrillville is the most populated town in Indiana with over 35,000 residents (in 2010).

Originally called “McGwinns Village,” the Merrillville area was home to over 15 Native American trails and was the center of intertribal council ceremonies for generations. In the 1800s, the city was renamed Merrillville after residents Dudley and William Merrill. For decades, the town was a midwestern farming community, until the 1950s boom of suburban living. The construction of Interstate 65 in 1968 officially made Merrillville a thriving center of commerce for bordering towns.

Merrillville continues to serve as the commercial hub of Indiana, featuring numerous big-box retailers and local malls that double as visitor attractions.