Located on beautiful Lake George
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About

About the Company

Sally DeLarm Rypkema, an award-winning interior designer, opened her shop in 2007 and named it Juniper Design & Goods.  Located on Hague’s main street in a two hundred year old house, the two-story shop was artfully packed with everything from women’s clothing and jewelry to thoughtful home décor and baby gifts.  Additionally, she operated her interior design company from the shop.   In 2011 she and her husband purchased the Hague Market, the oldest running general store in the Adirondacks on Lake George.  She made the decision to move Juniper down the street to the second floor of the market and reopened as Juniper on 2 in May 2014. Sally attributes the variety in her store in part to the variety in her experiences: she grew up in Hague but moved to Boston after college, then Connecticut where she was a buyer for ready-to-wear, shoes and accessories.  She moved back to Boston where she began a career as an interior designer. In 2005 after twenty plus years in Connecticut and Boston she moved back to her hometown and is now a full time resident. “We appreciate our loyal local customers who shop for themselves and bring in their visiting family and friends, as well as our many summer residents and visitors.  I want everyone who comes into the shop to find something to delight them. We keep an eye on trends in women’s fashion with a beautiful and fresh collection of jewelry, accessories and clothing.” We look forward to welcoming you to our shop on your next visit to Hague or here with us online.  Take a look around.  If you have questions or need some styling advice, please contact us. 

*Sally is also the town Historian and is on the Board of Directors of the Ticonderoga Area Chamber of Commerce.

About Hague

Hague, New York is a quaint town on the northern shores of Lake George, nestled in the Adirondack Mountains.  The site of significant activity in both the French and Indian War and the American Revolution, the town of Hague was settled in 1796.  Far more enjoyable days came in the 1800s when steamships started carrying visitors from New York City to enjoy the tranquil waters and peaceful surroundings offered by the area.  

Today, people come from throughout the world to find an enticing blend of vigorous outdoor pursuits such as boating, hiking, fishing, skiing, and more, plus fabulous restaurants, unique shops, historical sites, and exceptional beauty.