Welcome to the neighborhood

The Farmhouse Store, Palmer Square, Princeton.

If you’ve walked by 43 Hullfish Street in recent weeks, you’ve surely noticed all of the activity in the corner shop.  Photos of home goods adorned the window panes, and the often propped-open door gives passers-by a glimpse of the work in progress. We stopped in this week to meet the owners of Princeton’s newest shop: The Farmhouse Store.
Owners Ron and Kristen invited PrincetonScoop in for a sneak preview, and we couldn’t wait to take a look. They’ve remodeled the space entirely, with the biggest eye-catcher being the stunning copper countertop at the center of the store.  The Farmhouse Store offers the same style of rustic, contemporary furniture, art, and home items as their sister store in Westfield, NJ, but with several nods to Princeton’s style (starting with black squirrel ornaments!)

What we loved during our visit: farmhouse furniture (dining tables, coffee tables, and cabinetry) made in PA using reclaimed wood from old barns. There’s something so warm and inviting about those pieces.

The store has its grand opening this Friday at 10 am.  Stop by to welcome our new neighbors and tour the store.