Turning trash into treasure

Elizabeth Gray stocks “eclectic, reclaimed and repurposed” items and fills custom orders at her new store, Poppi Vernon Farmhouse. Photo by Erica Taylor

NEW HARTFORD — On Saturday, March 4, The Hurley Business Park welcomed its newest store, Poppi Vernon Farmhouse.

The store is owned by Elizabeth Gray, who opened her doors to her first customers last weekend.

The store is jam packed with handmade household statement pieces and repurposed treasures.

“The store is very hard to describe,” Gray said. “I describe it as eclectic, reclaimed and repurposed. Nothing is ever the same in here.” 

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