Two friends have teamed up to put their passion, expertise and craftsmanship to work at the recently opened Poverty Barn at 1 Old Route 299 in New Paltz. Heather McGill, a New Paltz High School graduate, and her pal in all things shabby/chic, Nancy Stonecypher, have created, in less than two months, a hot spot and following for those who love refurbished, repainted, solid furniture and fixtures at a reasonable price.
Their space is airy, light, filled with beauty, creativity, the feeling of things being reborn and most of all friendliness and comfort. What sets the Poverty Barn apart . . .
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