Store address

724 N Trade Street, 

Winston-Salem, NC, 27101

Find us in Big Winston Warehouse

sTORE HOURS

Sunday: 11:30am-4:00pm

Monday: Closed

Tuesday-Saturday: 10:00am-6:00pm

 
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ABOUT

Located in the Arts District of Winston-Salem, Sunnyside Mercantile supports local artisans by selecting curated furniture, home goods, art, jewelry, apparel and leather goods made here in the Triad and by other small businesses in America. We also are the exclusive retailer and showroom for Sunnyside Millwork's custom tables and cabinetry.

 

Our goal is to create a space that is warm and inviting so that we can invoke that in people to take out into their homes. The warmth that happens when gathered around a table with friends, family, loved ones, that is what we aim to capture and cultivate. We want our tables to be loved and cherished as a center-point to where life happens. As time passes, we hope our tables will be a tangible reminder of the cherished memories of large holiday gatherings or humble family meals-- memories of a life well lived.

 

 

GATHER. DINE. LIVE.

 

HISTORY

Sunnyside Millwork was started by David and Amber Dalholt in 2016 as a side job to provide for their new family of four. It all began when David inherited a jointer from his grandpa. Initially, he only planned on making commissioned tables and cutting boards. Sunnyside quickly grew out of the garage workshop and began doing commercial millwork packages for local restaurants and businesses. Going from garage to a 2000+ square foot work shop has propelled Sunnyside's capabilities to be able to support 5 full time employees.

Riding the momentum of growth, Sunnyside Mercantile was born, a sister company to Sunnyside Millwork, woman owned and operated by Amber Dalholt. She has extensive retail management experience, along with her background in Fine Arts and an interest in interior design, Sunnyside Mercantile combines all of her passions and skills into the perfect job. 

 

Artisans

Sunnyside Millwork — Custom woodworking and cabinetry shop located less than 5 minutes from our store. They create beautiful cutting boards, serving boards, hand-turned rolling pins, hand-carved wooden spoons and other small wood itemsall stocked in our store. 

Grit and Grain Apparel — We are the exclusive carrier of Grit and Grain Apparel and leather goods. They create hand carved, block printed tee-shirts that are each a unique work of art. They are made from the soften tees and have that worn in feel that makes them so comfy you can LIVE in them. They offer leather belts, wallets, clutches and bags. Live comfortable Livable art.

Convivial Production — We are the only North Carolina store to carry these special line of ceramics. Created in Kansas City by a small team of less than 10 people, these dishes are hand crafted and pressed. They each have their own character and have a phenomenal weight and feel, for reasonable prices to make them your every day dishes. They are inspired by the notion of conviviality - the joining of individuals to eat, to drink and to share good company.

Jenni Earle Bandanas — Inspired by her grandpas hankie, she has developed a recognizable brand that serves as a source of encouragement to "Be Brave" as one style is dubbed. Local Winstonian and food stylist, Jenni hand dyes and prints these beautifully crafted bandanas with non toxic dyes and quality fabrics that are soft for the perfect worn in feel. They are a beautiful homage to the generations before her.

Jessica Singerman — A contemporary French-American artist living in Winston-Salem who wishes to inspire people to enjoy nature and to live life to the fullest through her paintings. Singerman earned her BA magna cum laude with Highest Honors in 2002 from the College of William & Mary, Virginia, and her Masters of Fine Arts in 2004 from the University of Delaware while on a fellowship. Her award-winning paintings and drawings are exhibited and collected internationally.

Laura Lashley — Local Winston-Salem artist known for her large murals around town and her very iconic style that has gleaned a cult-like following. She is an artist in high demand and works out of the Electric Pyramid Studios amongst a collective of other artists. 

 
 
 
 
 

 
 

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