The Market Common

Welcome Your Guests to a Winter Wonderland!

We know you’ve already decked the halls of your home shortly after you plated that last slice of pumpkin pie from Thanksgiving, but there’s still a few days to add festive décor that will make your holidays and new year even merrier and bright!

Whether it’s tablescapes, serving platters or artistic gifts, we want to gift to you what a few shops in The Market Common has in store for you.

Pottery Barn, 3332 Reed Street

Your guests will be in awe of this fa-la-la-la-labulous forest of trees, flocked and trimmed with twinkling lights – and turned coastal, with a cluster of ivory coral and shells. And, better yet, it’s a tabletop scene that you can leave standing throughout the winter, long after you’ve packed away the Christmas tree and Santa collectibles.

For more winter décor ideas or to schedule a complimentary in-home design service, visit potterybarn.com or Instagram: @potterybarn_myrtlebeach.

Anthropologie, 3340 Reed Street

So, your holiday party is planned and prepped, but you still need a few more festive wares and favors to add more holiday spirit to your spirits and fare? Check out the displays at the back of Anthropologie for shelves and tables full of picture-perfect seasonal picks for your table, from glassware and unique mugs to platters and spatula cookie-baking favors.

For more details, visit anthropologie.com.

Seacoast Artists Gallery, 3032 Nevers St.

This art gallery in The Market Common features more than 70 local artists within the Seacoast Artists Guild that display original works in painting, photography, fiber art, metal engraving, pottery, sculpture and more. If you choose to purchase any of the artists’ 5×7-inch hand-painted canvases to either complement your winter home décor or as a holiday gift, proceeds from each sale will support the Cushman Scholarship Fund. Established in memory of Walter and Marcelle Cushman, who pioneered the Guild’s youth programs, this scholarship awards $1,000 scholarships to an Horry County Schools graduating senior and a Georgetown County graduating senior planning on majoring in the visual arts at an accredited institution of higher learning.

For more info, visit seacoastartistguild.com.