Welcome to OId Time Pottery Surfside Beach, SC

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 Surfside Beach

Old Time Pottery in Surfside Beach is located on N Kings Hwy. across from Ocean Lakes and close to Myrtle Beach.

From Myrtle Beach

Head southwest on US-17 Business/S Kings Hwy. for 5.9 miles. You will see Old Time Pottery off to the right. Past Myer's Ice Cream Parlor, use the far right lane to carefully turn onto N Kings Hwy. and into the store parking lot.

From US-17

Follow signs for the Surfside Beach exit from US-17. Take the exit toward Surfside Beach and head East on Dick Pond Rd. for 1.9 miles, passing the Walmart and Dick's Pawn Superstore. Past the Circle K, make a right onto US-17 Business/S Kings Hwy. and in a quarter mile, use the far right lane to carefully turn onto N Kings Hwy. and into the store parking lot.

Your Source for Affordable Home Goods in Surfside Beach

Are you on the hunt for holiday decorations, outdoor living, home accessories, or accent furniture? Have you been searching for the best home store near you? Stop searching: Old Time Pottery is here! Come by to discover bean bag chairs perfect for the rec room, and kitchen and dining items to upgrade your entertaining. This is the one-stop-shop home décor outlet that carries all the things you need to update your home’s décor.

Are you new to the Grand Strand? Whether you're trying to furnish a new home, or you've called Surfside Beach home for years and just want a few items to freshen up your bedroom, living room, bathroom, or patio, Old Time Pottery has an incredible selection and unbeatable prices. You'll be amazed by our variety of rugs, flower pots, floral arrangements, storage solutions, mirrors, and wall art. You'll want to redecorate every room in your house!

Get organized and clutter-free with multiple storage options for your kitchen, bedroom, and laundry room. There's a place for everything with our storage totes, shelves, and baskets. A variety of containers can keep your closets and craft rooms organized. Need to tidy up? We have the cleaning tools you need to keep your home spic and span.

When it comes to the kitchen, you'll find everything you need from the table up! Find dining room furniture, glassware, serving ware, flatware, cookware, bakeware, kitchen accessories, and cooking gadgets to create culinary art. Dress the table up with unique linens such as placemats, napkins, and tablecloths with designs for every occasion. Entertaining has never been easier!

Feeling the Sunshine in Surfside Beach

Surfside Beach is a small town in Horry County, South Carolina. Nicknamed the "The Family Beach," it is part of South Carolina's arc of beach known as the Grand Strand. The area is rich with recreation opportunities, with a variety of outdoor activities available throughout the town's seven public parks.

Once known as "The Ark Plantation," a sweet potato and rice farm, the land that is now Surfside Beach was divided and developed in the late 1800s and was then known as Roach's Beach. The area produced lumber and farm feed. In the 1920s, the region was purchased and renamed Floral Beach, and the area began to be partially developed in the late 1920s. It wasn't until 1952 that the name Surfside Beach was instituted. At the time, the area was little more than sand dunes and a one-lane sandy road from the highway to the beach.

In 1954, 18 of the 65 houses in Surfside Beach were destroyed by Hurricane Hazel, and at the time there were only 6 permanent families in the town. Growth came with the reactivation of Myrtle Beach Air Force Base in 1956. The '60s saw the town grow into a popular vacation and retirement destination, and improvements to infrastructure helped to raise property values.

Today, the town continues to make strides as a family beach. In 2007, Surfside Beach adopted a public-places smoking ban, and in 2016, the town council signed a proclamation to become the first "autism-friendly travel destination."

Popular attractions within the city include Wild Water & Wheels, Surfside Pier, Nostalgia City Museum, and multiple parks.