Our favorite farmhouse vintage shopping spots in and around Myrtle Beach
Joanna Gaines of HGTV’s “Fixer Upper” fame announced this week that she’s partnering with Target to sell her vintage farmhouse-style decor in stores around the country. While making a Target run is always a fun item on our to-do list, there are also many local retailers who specialize in the vintage decor that Gaines’ fans crave.
For those unfamiliar with the vintage farmhouse style of decorating, it’s pretty simple. Popular elements include muted hues (neutral colors on the walls); decorating with metals and wood; open shelving; white ironstone; mason jars; simple flower arrangements and greenery; and vintage painted furniture. The key is to get a cozy farmhouse look without crossing over into country kitsch.
If you’re looking to shop local and pick up some unique finds at the beach, these vintage shops are here to help. Also, check out the Vintage Market Days of Coastal Carolina, a weekend-long event making its Grand Strand debut Nov. 3-5.
Two Sisters with Southern Charm
Two Sisters with Southern Charm in Murrells Inlet offers unique pieces from rusty farmhouse decor to shabby chic to coastal flair. You’ll find refurbished and vintage furniture along with Amy Howard at Home products for the DIYers who love to give new life to old things.
More than 30 vendors display their wares at Inlet Queens in Murrells Inlet. Original art, antiques, refurbished furniture and vintage jewelry are among the finds waiting to be discovered. Each vendor offers a unique style and treasures that span a variety of tastes, including many vintage farmhouse-style pieces.
Good Deed Goods
Located inside Lee’s Inlet Apothecary in Murrells Inlet, Good Deed Goods packs many fun farmhouse vintage pieces, coastal-inspired decor and unique gifts into their small space. The family-owned shop donates a portion of all proceeds to various local and international charities that they believe do good in the world.