HAPPY HOLIDAYS!!!

SEASON CLEARANCE SALE GOING ON NOW- JUST IN TIME FOR HOLIDAY ENTERTAINING!

SEASONAL HOURS:
Monday - Saturday 9:30 - 5:00.
We will reopen on Sundays in mid-January!

About Our Store

Williamsburg Wicker and Patio is a second-generation family owned-and-operated establishment, and has been in business over 26 years.

At Williamsburg Wicker we're looking forward to meeting you and helping you find solutions for your home furnishings needs. We focus on finding the best collections in wicker/rattan, aluminum, upholstery, sling, teak,and polymer, for indoor, outdoor and porch, all at highly discounted prices.

We pride ourselves on our exceptional customer service, excellent interior design skills, and friendly, knowledgeable staff. Let us draw out your floor plan and help you arrange your room! Bring us pictures of your existing space and anything to give you (and us) design inspiration- like other fabrics in the room, paint and flooring samples, magazine photos, art pieces, and Pintrest boards.

In addition to helping you select the perfect furniture, we are also happy to help you pick the perfect finishing touches from our accessories collection! Come see our beautiful indoor and outdoor rugs, lamps, art, pillows, and more from vendors like Capel, Surya, Dash and Albert, Elaine Smith, Design Legacy, Guildmaster, Natural Light, Left Bank Art, and more.

Come visit our elegant country gardens and flowering fruit trees. You may even catch sight of Oscar in his garden! We are located just outside of historic Williamsburg, Virginia, in a beautiful turn of the century farmhouse in the small village of Norge.

Williamsburg Wicker History

Williamsburg Wicker is proud to be a part of the history of the village of Norge. Norge was founded in 1904 by Norwegian-Americans and other Scandinavians. Land at Norge was reasonably priced and offered rich farm land in a gentler climate than that of the northern and Midwestern states, where some of the immigrants had originally settled upon coming to America. Our beautiful building was once the Bergh Hotel, opened by Alfred Bergh in 1906. The hotel's tearoom sat on what is now Richmond Road. Click here to read more about the history of Norge.

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