Good stuff is going fast at BackHome Antiques in Tuxedo

Posted on 27 February 2016 by Editor

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BackHome Antiques in Tuxedo has a deal for you. The popular shop is liquidating a great collection of collectibles and cool things. Open Saturday and Sunday through April 3.

BackHome Antiques was bustling Saturday afternoon as word spread that the fun intersection of art and community was reducing inventory to zero.

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The Tuxedo Hudson Company will be shuttering the old IGA property for a whole new rebuild. 

The Tuxedo Hudson Company will be shuttering BackHome’s building, the old IGA property, to begin restoration amid much new construction as the space is converted into a fresh foods marketplace and antique emporium, with some custom office space. The interior is expected to be gutted and rebuilt while the exterior restoration looks to retain some original building features, including stone corners and front facade style.

Corner anchor tenant BackHome has decided to liquidate its current collection. And the deals are real though going fast. Saturday saw a flow of faces as Darrell and Stephen sent out notice that the special sale will go through April 3.

backhomeliquidIf you’ve had your eye on something, now’s the time to visit the store. A lot of good things are available. Dealers will be walking through as well which means batch buying. The BackHome liquidation sale is one of those timely things you rarely catch but hear about.

It’s a good collection with a lot of pieces — worth a Sunday stroll through.

The idea is for BackHome Antiques to return with a whole new collection as part of the new (yet-to-be-named, one thinks) Bruno building.

 

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2 Comments For This Post

  1. Tuxedo Fan Says:

    The phrase “tear down and rebuild” is a bit hyperbolic. The updated website for the Tuxedo Hudson Company says that the building will be undergoing a gut renovation, which normally means demolishing and rebuilding the interior — not a tear down. Also, the facade renderings that have been making the rounds suggest that the exterior is being restored, i.e., replacing/repairing the windows and doors, replacing the signage and awnings, and some fresh paint. Apparently a new terrace for outdoor dining is also being proposed for the back of the building.

  2. Editor Says:

    The tear down and rebuild phrase was supposed to read interior tear down and rebuild, i.e. gut. Oh well. The article now reflects the more accurate building plan. Don’t know the specifics of the architectural plans or the specifics of THC’s submissions to the Tuxedo planning board.

    Though Tuxedo Fan, we’re in agreement as to the basic arc of construction. IGA = interior gut + exterior restoration and refresh.

    Tx much for the articulation of accuracy.

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