Poverty Barn in New Paltz breathes new life into old furniture

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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