Outer Banks Shopping

Antiques

It may be true that no two antique stores are exactly alike, but Outer Banks antique stores turn antique shopping into an entire different experience. A table made out of a lobster trap? A ship in an etched wine glass? A driftwood coatrack? This just gives you an idea of all of the eclectic goodies you can find in an Outer Banks antique store. Merchandise varies between being locally crafted or sourced from designers. Shop for nautical décor, artwork, furniture, jewelry, clothing, gifts and all the knick-knacks in between. Whether you’re a seasoned antique scout or just seeking out some vintage finds, the variety of treasures you can find at these shops will fascinate you. Some shops will make you feel like you’re wandering through a museum with their historic mementos, like old coins, chinaware and pottery. Other shops have the more familiar antique store atmosphere, with rooms of coastal décor and thrifty clothing finds. Check out the listing of Outer Banks antique shops to see which ones you’ll want to visit during your shopping adventures.


Outer Banks Shopping by Area

Corolla | Duck & Southern Shores | Kitty Hawk, Kill Devil Hills & Nags Head
Roanoke Island & Manteo | Hatteras Island | Ocracoke Island

Outer Banks Shopping by Category

Cotton Gin

Outer Banks Antiques
789 Sunset Boulevard, TimBuck II Shopping Village, Corolla
(252) 453-4446
1185 Duck Road, Duck
(252) 261-2387
5151 S. Croatan Highway, The Bypass, MP 14.5, Nags Head
(252) 449-2387
Pop-Up Shop Located at Sanctuary Vineyards, 7005 Caratoke Highway, Jarvisburg
(252) 491-2387

Have you ever visited the Cotton Gin? It's been a coastal shopping tradition for more than 50 years. The original Cotton Gin has stood in the same location in Jarvisburg since 1929, starting as a working cotton gin and growing into a gift store with four locations. The store's primary location in Jarvisburg is temporarily closed due to a fire in October 2019, however, its... read more

Have you ever visited the Cotton Gin? It's been a coastal shopping tradition for more... read more

Spry Creek

Outer Banks Antiques
1122 Corolla Village Road, Corolla
(252) 453-0199

Spry Creek is one of the highlights of the Historic Corolla Village and is owned by deeply rooted Outer Banker Karen Scarborough Whitfield and her husband, John. In 2004 the couple transformed Karen's father's garage workshop into a surprising gift-and-home accents shop complete with the building's original old bay doors and concrete flooring. Customers are drawn to Spry Creek's jewelry selections, including Outer Banks sea... read more

Spry Creek is one of the highlights of the Historic Corolla Village and is owned... read more

Yellowhouse Art Gallery

Outer Banks Antiques
1240 Duck Road, The Waterfront Shops, Duck
(252) 441-6928

Nags Head's beloved Yellowhouse Art Gallery has moved to The Waterfront Shops in Duck and is now connected to its sister gallery, SeaDragon Gallery. It's filled with all the art you might need for your home or cottage, including the stunning photography of the owner, award-winning photographer Eve Trow Turek, as well as that of Ray Matthews. In addition to local photography you'll find local... read more

Nags Head's beloved Yellowhouse Art Gallery has moved to The Waterfront Shops in Duck and... read more