Internet retailer Royal Tiki is trying hard to beat the economic blues for tiki fans — they’ve just instituted free shipping for all products in the U.S. (that means Alaska and Hawaii too), including their massive carved tikis and poles. Shipping on these items can cost upwards of $100, so it’s really a good deal. [...]
Internet retailer Tropical Tikis also runs the largest tiki store on West Coast. Called Mainlanders, the 11,000 square-foot, three-level store in San Diego, California, carries thousands of items for the tiki enthusiast.
Hours: 10am – 5pm Monday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday
10am – 1pm Sunday
Closed Tuesday and Wednesday
6195 University Ave, San Diego, CA 92115 | Map | [...]
I’m fascinated by this item from Royal Tiki, called a “storyboard.”
The company has a whole series depicting the life of King Kamehameha — I like this more decorative one depicting a canoe, a whale surging out of the water and what I assume are ancient symbols. It would look very cool hanging up in [...]
Tiki Talk reader Megz Majewski emailed me to tell everyone about Funhauser Decor, a store in the Chinatown district of Vancouver, B.C. that sells a nice variety of tiki goods. There doesn’t seem to be a ton of places for tiki fans in B.C. to get their fix, so a visit is definately worth it.