December 6, 2023


If you’re in the market for furniture, you might want to shop local.

Whether you just bought a vacation or retirement home or want to fill up your apartment, why not support businesses based in the Myrtle Beach area? These seven South Carolina-owned furniture stores are favorites with many Myrtle Beach locals.

Hucks & Washington Furniture

1506 N Main St., Conway


Hucks & Washington Furniture has been a Conway institution since 1946 and specializes in furniture made in the Carolinas.

Garden City Furniture

2444 Highway 17 Business, Garden City Beach


Owners of vacation homes can get design consultations at Garden City Furniture. Open since 1947, they also have a wide selection of mattresses, outdoor and office furniture.

Waterway Furniture

4341 Olde Highway 17, Little River


Founded in 1956, Waterway Furniture is a family-owned Little River store offering free local delivery on purchases over $300.

J&K Home Furnishings

7 SC locations including Myrtle Beach, Murrells Inlet, Longs and Little River.


A majority of J&K Home Furnishings’ business is in custom furniture and window coverings, according to their website. Rapidly expanding since 1997, the North Myrtle Beach-founded chain has two locations dedicated as Bassett brand showrooms.

Wholesale Furniture Gallery

1951 Mr. Joe White Avenue, Myrtle Beach


Open since 2010, Wholesale Furniture Gallery can coordinate installation or delivery for their living room, bedroom and dining room items.

Seaside Furniture Gallery & Accents

10356 Highway 90, Little River (main showroom). 527 Highway 17 North, North Myrtle Beach (gallery and accents)


Seaside Furniture Gallery & Accents stocks over 60 brands of furniture and 15 brands of mattresses in their two area locations.

Home Accents II

410 Highway 17 Business South Frontage Rd, Surfside Beach


Founded in 2000, Surfside Beach-based Home Accents II specializes in American-made furniture.

This story was originally published February 22, 2023, 9:27 AM.

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Eleanor Nash is the Service Journalism Reporter at the Sun News. She answers the burning questions of Grand Strand residents. Send your Myrtle Beach questions to [email protected].


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