|The sign dries on top of some graphic vintage crates|
Thursday, May 17, 2012
Posted by Julie Takacs at 6:57 PM
Saturday, May 12, 2012
The building that houses Fort Plain Antiques is huge. It has so much extra space that is not being used and the potential is there for another business to make it home. Robert, our gracious landlord, and Chris have hatched a plan to utilize some of this beautiful aging warehouse space.
|The view of the front entrance from the inside.|
|Open beams show the original structure|
|Chris surveying the Factory Store sign from Johnstown after hanging it up|
|An old Orchard ladder is displayed above a myriad of vintage shutters|
|In the back corner is a glimpse of the Vintage Wood that will soon be available on the premises|
|Some of the interesting new things to be found at Greenbush Savage|
In researching the history of Fort Plain, we found a reference to this part of the town being called "Greenbush". We are most excited to name this new venture "Greenbush Salvage" in honor of this historical region!!
|A vintage wagon awaiting a new home|
There is still no exact opening date but the project is in motion. The new space is evolving and soon will be open for business 2 doors down from it's sister store, Fort Plain Antiques!!
Posted by Julie Takacs at 5:30 PM