Schuyler Pond at Scallons
In this vibrant, lovingly reinvented retail boutique, Schuyler Pond takes inspiration from its original location, creating a shop brimming with original art, curated gifts and fresh style ideas.
Check out our expanded Jennifer Lanne Art At Home line, a stunning collection of home and lifestyle goods featuring her joyful artwork. Jennifer’s original canvases continue to grace the space as well. Also, in the works ... a dedicated design services area where we can help you with any décor project, large or small.
New home and garden items – in a variety of woods, metals, stone and styles – arriving every day from our winter shopping trips.
We started in a proud old barn...
Schuyler Pond Home & Garden opened in June 2000 in a fabulous repurposed barn in Saratoga Springs, NY. Opening a home furnishings store began merely as an idea I daydreamed about from my desk in New York, where I was a publicist for beauty and lifestyle companies for 15 years.
The idea became more real in 1999 when I passed by a gorgeous property on Route 29 in Saratoga. A stately Greek Revival sat neatly next to an amazing old barn and it was love at first sight. A year later I was in business, with the property and old buildings serving as the ultimate backdrop for creative home design. This location, recently sold, is at the aesthetic heart of everything we do now... mixing styles, fabrics, materials and colors for fresh living spaces and views in any home, for any project, any event, any season.
Our current downtown location showcases Schuyler Pond’s signature aesthetic in a charming retail boutique filled with favorite things for your home, your friends and your lifestyle.
Every room should have a view, one that reflects your style, preferences and experiences. Whether it’s shabby or elegant, bohemian, traditional or transitional, modern, urban, or an eclectic mix, let us help you get to the heart of it.
I look forward to having a conversation about your next project.
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"The details are not the details.
They make the design"
- Charles Eames -