A colorful row of Adirondack chairs draw visitors in to the shop that once inside, features much more than outdoor furniture. Clocks, home décor and candles are just some of the things you’ll find at a shop meant for the well-appointed home.
The largest selection of Polish pottery in Northern Ohio features a variety of colorful designs and patterns of handcrafted pottery in the quaint showroom just west of Charm. Inspired by peacock feathers, Polish pottery remains a beloved folk art.
It’s all about the experience at The Peddler. The store gives shoppers the feeling of being right at home with warm colors, smells, textures, and a vintage atmosphere. Decor, lighting and artwork create a comforting ambiance to purchase.
Outdoor furniture, play equipment and accessories abound at Kauffman’s. If it was made to enhance outdoor living you’ll find it in the extensive inventory of wood and poly products including the environmentally friendly Berlin Gardens Poly Line made
Christmas comes only once a year but visitors can shop year-round for traditional and modern holiday items that include trees, home décor and everything you’ll need to festoon your home or office in the spirit of the season in this exquisite shop.
A fixture in the community since the 1950’s the Gospel Book Store is a retailer of faith-based books, music, software, gifts, home schooling and church supplies and has kept pace with the times by offering the latest in digital media.
Walnut Creek Amish Flea Market has a plethora of amazing treasures under one roof featuring high-quality vendors and a vast selection of incredible merchandise. We have over 50,000 square feet of indoor shopping in addition to outside vendors & food.
Stop in for a visit and find the time! Wall clocks, mantle clocks, cuckoo clocks, old or new.
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Simply put, Sol’s in Berlin is an arts and crafts extravaganza. Sol’s features three stores, Sol's Palace, Sol's Exchange, and Sol's Kit-N-Kaboodle and each one is full of specialty and craft items you’ll love.
Standing outside the quaint, clapboard structure that’s home to The Coop, picture the building as it once was—a busy, noisy, two-story chicken coop on a working farm. It’s now a shop with practical yet beautiful dishware, kitchen items and more.