You don’t have to look far for quality art, handmade goods

AFFORDABLE ALTERNATIVE: Torsten Mayer-Rothbarth and his wife, Megan, opened Inhabit, a furniture, home goods and art store in Warren, after finding it too expensive to travel to regional art shows. 
PBN PHOTO/KATE WHITNEY LUCEY
AFFORDABLE ALTERNATIVE: Torsten Mayer-Rothbarth and his wife, Megan, opened Inhabit, a furniture, home goods and art store in Warren, after finding it too expensive to travel to regional art shows. 
PBN PHOTO/KATE WHITNEY LUCEY

After a couple years traveling to art shows throughout the Northeast, Torsten and Megan Mayer-Rothbarth had two major takeaways: lots of connections with other artists and makers, but at a high financial expense. “We traveled to shows in New England for a couple years and got to know people more because you would see the

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