Welcome to Our Home Décor Store Near Pelham, AL

Old Time Pottery is the Pelham 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 Pelham

Old Time Pottery of Pelham is located on Pelham Pkwy., next to Colin's Tire Shop and across from Harbor Freight Tools, between Court Pl. and Vance St.

From the North

Via I-65 South

Take I-65 South to Exit 242 toward Pelham/Helena. Merge onto County Rd. 52 East. Then turn right onto Pelham Pkwy. in 0.9 miles, after Colin's Tire Shop, Old Time Pottery is located on your right.

Via US-31 South/Montgomery Hwy

Take US-31 South until you pass by Express Oil Change & Tire Engineers. In 0.2 miles, make a U-turn, and Old Time Pottery is located on your right-hand side.

From the South

Head North on US-31/1st Street N toward 2nd Pl. NW. Continue to follow US-31 North. Pass by Tires & Engine Performance on the right. Old Time Pottery will be on your right-hand side.

From the West/I-459 N and I-65 South

Merge onto I-459 N via the ramp to Birmingham/Montgomery. Follow I-459 N to exit 15 to merge onto I-65 S toward Montgomery. Using the right lane, take exit 242 toward Pelham/Helena. Merge onto County Rd. 52 E, and turn right onto Pelham Pkwy. Old Time Pottery is located in 0.9 miles on the right-hand side after Tires & Engine Performance.

From the East/I-65 South

Take I-459 South towards Montgomery/Tuscaloosa. Use the 2nd from the right lane to take exit 15 toward I-65 S. Keep left at the fork, follow signs for I-65 S/Montgomery and merge onto I-65 S. Use the right lane to take exit 242 toward Pelham/Helena. Merge onto County Rd. 52 East, then turn right onto Pelham Pkwy. In 0.9 miles, Old Time Pottery is on your right-hand side after the BBVA Bank.

On the Hunt for Affordable Home Goods in Pelham

The ever-changing styles of Old Time Pottery attract customers of all ages looking for home goods in Pelham. Whether you’re shopping for accents to elevate your home space, college dorm room essentials, or pre-assembled furniture for your home, Old Time Pottery carries it all.

Shop timeless dinnerware, tableware, and serve ware at Old Time Pottery. Ranging from stylish designs, bright colors, clean glass, and simple ceramic products. The table setting possibilities are endless with the eclectic styles you can shop for at Old Time Pottery home good stores.

The ideal selection of faux flowers, vases, pots, and outdoor accessories helps your outdoor space come to life. In addition, DIY-ers will flock to Old Time Pottery for endless inspiration at affordable prices. Beating out traditional craft stores, Old Time Pottery is a great starting point for any craft project, no matter the size.

Storage options at affordable prices will never be a concern again after visiting Old Time Pottery and browsing the collection of home storage containers near you. Browse our online shop for in-store pickup today.

What to Know about Pelham

Situated just outside of Birmingham, Pelham is nestled in Shelby County and known for its recreational opportunities. Once called Shelbyville, Pelham was renamed after the Civil War for confederate officer John Pelham. The city has evolved into a laid-back neighborhood, home to an abundance of outdoor activities, such as hiking, swimming, fishing, boating, golfing, and horseback riding.

Many visitors flock to Pelham to enjoy its natural beauty. The number one attraction, established in 1927, is a 9,940-acre state park, named Oak Mountain State Park. Originally 940 acres, the National Park Service granted the park an additional 8,000 acres in 1943. Since then, BMX tracks, wildlife centers, interpretive centers, and golf courses were established within the park. In 2020, the park was awarded the TripAdvisor “Traveler’s Choice Award.”

The city has a thriving music scene, with the open-air Oak Mountain Amphitheater attracting big-name country and rock bands for year-round entertainment. In addition to the extensive list of retail stores and restaurants that can be found along I-65 and Highway 31, the city houses comfort food spots and quaint cafes.