By Judy Garrison

Maureen Holderith, formerly of “Old Soul,” is the proprietor of Andes’ newest shop, High Country, an attractively arranged and airy space at 27 Delaware Avenue next to the old Cantina building. In addition to the diverse collection of “reasonably priced old pieces,” as she characterizes them, the shop offers custom painted pieces, custom lighting, furniture repairs and upholstery services. The shop will take an appropriate item on consignment.Untitled

A couple of examples of furniture on view:  a pair of antique pine plank seat chairs: $150; primitive New York State farm cupboard: $750; a mid-century Danish piece for $125.

The walls are decked with the colorful art of local artists Maureen shows on rotating view. In late July, Jane Carr and Bruce Goddard were featured. Root candles and other specially chosen small items will be offered soon.

The space also serves as the Andes base for Cheryl Terrace’s interior design business. Cheryl specializes in eco and holistic home design.

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Stop in soon to see for yourself!~