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Welcome to Our Home Décor Store Near Stuart, FL

Old Time Pottery is the Stuart 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 Stuart

Old Time Pottery of Stuart is located on Federal Hwy. (US-1) in Martin Square, just North of SE Indian St.

From the East/Stuart Beach

From Florida A1A, head West on SE Ocean Blvd. Past The Fresh Market, use the left 2 lanes to turn left onto FL-714 W/SE Monterey Rd. Travel 1.8 miles, passing Stuart Air Show and YMCA of the Treasure Coast, and make a left onto SE Federal Hwy./US-1 after Enterprise Car Rental. Continue on US-1 for 0.7 miles, passing Regency Square Shopping Center and Wallace Volkswagen. Turn right onto SE Luckhardt St., and then make a left at SE Martin Square Corporate Pkwy. to enter Martin Square and Old Time Pottery will be on your right.

From Florida's Turnpike

Take Exit 133 toward FL-714/Stuart and continue onto SW Martin Downs Blvd. Use the right 2 lanes to turn right onto SW Martin Hwy. Continue for 1.9 miles, passing U-Haul and the post office before crossing Veterans Memorial Bridge. Continue straight onto SE Indian St. and travel for 1.2 miles. Turn left into Martin Square by the Frugal Framer, and Old Time Pottery will be on your left.

From the West/Indiantown

Follow SW Warfield Blvd., passing NAPA Auto Parts and over the St. Lucie Canal, and turn left onto SW Indiantown Ave. Turn right onto FL-76 E./SW Kanner Hwy. and travel 17.6 miles. Pass FL-711, Florida's Turnpike, and I-95. Approaching the bridge, Kiplinger Nature Preserve will be on your left. Turn right at the next light past the 7-11 onto SE Indian St. After 1.2 miles, the entrance to Martin Square will be on your left, past the Frugal Framer.

Finding Affordable Home Goods in Stuart

Are you looking for home decor & furniture that is stylish and affordable? Look no further than Old Time Pottery in Stuart, FL. Stop searching for the best "home store near me" and come see our spectacular selection of patio furniture, home accents, rugs, wall art, and much more. At Old Time Pottery in Stuart, you'll discover quality items for every style and every room in your home. Not to mention, new styles arrive all the time, so you never know what gems you'll find here!

Are you looking for unique home accents and holiday décor for any occasion? At your local Old Time Pottery, we have everything you need. Easily add style to your home with affordable home furnishings, including mirrors, wall art, planters, dining furniture & essentials, and so much more. No longer waste your precious time searching for the best home décor near you because Old Time Pottery has you covered.

From the moment you enter, you will feel inspired by our vast selection of home décor items all at affordable prices. Spruce up your dining room with tables and chairs, add a touch of class to the hallway with wall art, or upgrade your kitchen with the largest selection of cooking gadgets. Here at Old Time Pottery, experience the best selection and prices that cannot be beaten!

What's Special about Stuart

Commonly known as the "Sailfish Capital of the World", Stuart is located along Florida's Treasure Coast, North of Jupiter & South of Fort Pierce. Stuart, the Atlantic Coast city, has a pleasant annual average temperature of 72 degrees with comfortably mild winters and warm summers.

Stuart's interesting history begins with pirate Pedro Gilbert, who often lurked along a sandbar off the area's coast, looking to plunder passing ships. His failed attempt to kill the crew of the Mexican in 1832 led to his capture and execution. The sandbar is known as "Gilbert's Bar" on nautical charts.

Settlers first came to the area in 1870, and was temporarily called Potsdam in the 1890s, after the German hometown of settler Otto Stypmann, a local landowner that owned what is now downtown. The arrival of the Florida East Coast Railway in 1892 would influence the coming name change to honor a landowner with property surrounding the rail lines: Homer Hine (Jack) Stuart Jr.

Once located in Palm Beach County, Stuart was chartered as a city and selected as county seat of the newly created Martin County in 1925.

Today, Stuart is famed for its abundance of sports fishing activities, including freshwater and ocean fishing, river and bay fishing, sail fishing, and much more. The quaint neighborhoods and historic downtown area provide a perfect ambiance for a pleasant stroll along streets lined with incredible restaurants and shops.

Notable points of interest within Stuart include Riverwalk, the Florida Oceanographic Coastal Center, Elliot Museum, the House of Refuge Museum, and the Halpatiokee Regional Park. These outdoor areas offer plenty of activities throughout the year.