Spotlight On Business: Nautical and Beach Décor Arriving Daily at Sumthin Beachie

By / Spotlight On Business / Wednesday, 29 April 2015 04:00

Nancy and Jim Cappola, owners of Sumthin Beachie for the last month have received tons of new merchandise and some amazing consignment pieces. New items include anchors, small ship's wheels, oars, surf board shaped signs, and name drop wood life rings, these items have been flying of the shelves and were also a huge hit at the Primrose Marketplace held recently. While you are there, check out the boat bench from Bali. The Balinese are an ethnic group native to the Indonesian island of Bali. The boats are called “Jukung” and they are the balinese traditional fishing boat. The boat has been converted into an amazing bench. If you collect antiques, Jim and Nancy just acquired two lanterns that came from an old boat that a local restaurant owner once used for decorating his restaurant in Kure Beach!
Another items they are proud to have added to there collection is the SeaWitch’s old ship figurehead “Kalani.” Created by local artist Shaw Lakey the huge sculptures features bronze and copper hair while wearing an aquamarine mid-1850 period dress! Sumthin Beachie specializes in nautical themed items and beach décor with a huge inventory that changes almost daily! Every corner of the store is filled with all types of “beachie” treasures including prints and wall plaques; end tables, coffee tables, dining room tables, mermaids, pelicans, gulls, starfish, shells, and turtles. Their selection will help you decorate an entire space or find that perfect accent piece for your home, office or beach rental. Nancy and Jim try to carry items that no one else has. You will find all kids of hand-crafted, locally made items, like jewelry, unique décor and more. Shop various pieces by local artists of many different mediums including pelicans created with a chainsaw!
They also carry prints by Outer Banks artist, Mark Ray. Mark does beautiful prints of marine settings and life. They carry a large and diverse selection of driftwood art. Some pieces consist of just one or a few pieces of driftwood, while others are made up of hundreds of interconnected pieces of driftwood. All are unique in their own way.
They have decorative cast nets, rods and reels, authentic buoys and lobster traps, ship lights and more. Browse authentic marine sponges from Tarpon Springs. You can actually use these sponges for cleaning purposes or just for decoration. There is no shortage of starfish or shells to choose from. With hundreds of different shapes, sizes and even colors, you’re bound to find the starfish you’ve been looking for to set off your own beach theme. Sumthin Beachie offers consignment sales for those looking to sell their nautical themed furniture and home décor. Whether you have just one item to sell or several, Sumthin Beachie can accommodate your sales needs. You can rent a space to display and eventually sell your merchandise. Stop by the shop to check out their huge inventory and to find out about currently running or upcoming sales. They are always running some kind of sale or special. Make sure to check out there 50% off section for more great deals.
Sumthin Beachie is located at 809 North Lake Park Boulevard, in Carolina Beach. For more information, call Sumthin Beachie at (910) 619-9044 or email them at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. You can also check out their website at www.sumthinbeachie.com. Follow them on Facebook for updated arrivals and sales. Starting January 5th Sumthin Beachie will close on Mondays and Tuesdays Until the end of March, store hours open will be 10-5 Wednesday through Friday and Sunday from 11:00am until 4:00pm.

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