Ever been to Old Time Pottery? It’s a huge, warehouse-sized store full of all kinds of home decor, accent furniture, kitchen wares, linens, lamps…you name it, they’ve probably got it, and the price is probably right.
A couple of weeks ago, I snapped a few photos for you. To give you an idea of the size of this place, there’s still about 1/4 of the length of this aisle behind me as I took this photo.
The floral department is one small (relatively speaking) corner of the store.
They usually have a huge table piled with remnants of home decor fabric. It’s sold by the piece (they don’t cut it for you), but at $4.96/yd, it’s a bargain. This week, it was on sale for $3.96 a yard, and I’ve seen it even lower.
I liked this fabric a lot. The pattern was very large; this photo shows about 1/2 yard. But, I didn’t get it. Why, I don’t know. Kicking myself!
Cotton sheet sets, 300-450 thread count, $19.96 any size. I have a sheet set from OTP, and I like it very well.
These Pottery Barn-esque nightstands were $49.96 and came in white, red, black and green
There have all kinds of dishes and glassware, including glass domes, for your cloche or mini-cake plate projects.
If you are having trouble finding a cheese dome at the thrift store, you can get one here for just $3.99, not that much more than you would pay second-hand. The slightly larger one is just $2.99, for some reason.
Old Time Pottery has 29 stores in 10 states. If you’re ever near one, it’s a fun place to shop for your home!
(Nope, I am not being compensated for this post.)