Posted on 25 September 2014 by Editor
BackHome Antiques, along Rt. 17 in Tuxedo, features an ever-changing collection of collectibles and interesting items. In only its second year, the popular store owned and operated by Sloatsburgers Stephen Hoefer and Darrell Frasier has become a destination for those looking for that certain something.
BackHome Antiques in Tuxedo celebrates its 2nd anniversary Saturday and Sunday with special sales.
Darrell Frasier calls the store’s inventory “priced to go” — and shoppers can certainly pick through all sorts of jewelry, art, frames, cast iron kitchen ware, furniture, and more. The spacious two floors are fun to wander, with any number of objects certain to catch your eye. Continue Reading
Posted on 21 February 2014 by Editor
Debbee Antonelli and Alison Rose, who operate the popular antiques store The Garage, downstairs at their space at BackHome Antiques in Tuxedo, NY.
There’s a growing trail of antique shops that meanders from a roadside garage in Suffern through Sloatsburg (think Blue Barn) and up into Tuxedo, stopping off at BackHome Antiques. Continue Reading
Posted on 26 October 2013 by Editor
Did that temperature really dip down into the twenties overnight? The oak and elm leaves are the last holdouts, turning brown and yellow before they finally fall, baring themselves in November.
Well, warm up with a walk through the Tuxedo Farmers’ Market. Our Father’s Farm sells the softest, most adorable Alpaca wool products imaginable. Continue Reading
Posted on 13 September 2013 by Editor
The old Waldron property across from the Sloatsburg Library was once the hot heart of the village. In the early 1900s, the Waldron’s (yes, the Waldron Terrace Waldron’s) big barn served as the village livery stable while the smithy occupied another, smaller building on the property. It was the heyday of horseshoes and carriages. Continue Reading