About Kelsey Eaton

Kelsey Eaton
Kelsey is a Green Mountain College alumni, currently pursuing her Masters degree in Internet Marketing at Full Sail University. She is skilled in graphic design, social media, content creation, and photography! Friends might call her a marketing maven by day, and a tribal bellydancer by night!

Wood Dinette Sets

Whether you’re sipping on your favorite hot coffee and filling out a crossword puzzle on a rainy weekday, or gathering with your family for eggs & toast on a Sunday morning, a breakfast nook is the perfect place to start your day. There are plenty of ways to create the cozy, comfortable look of a breakfast nook, but we’ve made it even easier. Our solid wood dinette sets are made to upgrade your dining experience from being simply food focused, to having a chic, intimate atmosphere while you relax and enjoy yourself.

Make meals a time that everyone in the family looks forward to all day long by adding one of our small kitchen dinette sets to the mix. Casual dining is a part of every-day life so why not enjoy it in style? Each set is finely crafted in Vermont using sustainably harvested, eco-friendly materials and built to last a lifetime.

Ordering your dinette furniture set together affords you our best discounts and very lowest discount prices. All sets are available in natural solid cherry hardwood and and in a selection of high quality wood stains. Some are also available in maple hardwood. Our new selection of small wood dinette sets, ranging from traditional to modern contemporary, offer something to suit everyone’s needs while providing a versatile seating area.

Browse our dinette sets and create a great place to enjoy your morning breakfast, read a book, or sit down and help your kids with their homework!

This blog is written by your friends at Vermont Woods Studios. Check out our Vermont made furniture and home decor online and visit our showroom and art gallery at Stonehurst, the newly restored 1800s farmhouse nestled in the foothills of the Green Mountains.

 

Autumn Dining Room SaleAutumn is a wonderful season; a time for apple picking, festival-going, and sharing pumpkin pie with your family around the dinner table.  We know how important these special moments are, and we’re happy to announce our Autumn Dining Room Sale, giving you the chance to save on beautiful wood furniture worthy of making memories around. 

Entertain your guests in a luxurious setting with elegant, American-made dining furniture, built to order right here in Vermont. Our high-end dining room and kitchen furniture is handmade from real solid wood. Select traditional Shaker-style furniture, Mission or Craftsman-style furniture, or modern, contemporary furnishings, made from your choice of natural solid cherry, maple, oak or walnut hardwoods.

Whether you’re shopping for a unique ultra-luxury custom artisan piece to complement an existing dining room set or starting afresh, browse through our handmade dining furniture collections and select the best natural hardwood furniture for your home.

Here’s how the Autumn Dining Room Sale works: 

Buy one piece and save 10%, buy two pieces and save 15%, or buy three or more pieces and save 20%. Plus free shipping and a lifetime guarantee! *Copeland, Polywood, Artisan, Clearance, and Home Decor pieces are not eligible for this sale.  Shop The Sale >>
 

This blog is written by your friends at Vermont Woods Studios. Check out our Vermont made furniture and home decor online and visit our showroom and art gallery at Stonehurst, the newly restored 1800s farmhouse nestled in the foothills of the Green Mountains.

|Today’s post is part 4 of a series on Vermont Woods Studios written by Vermont author, Peggy McKay Shinn. Peggy writes full-time and lives in Rutland, Vermont, with her husband, daughter, and one remaining cat. Visit her website and check out Peggy Shinn’s books, including Deluge: Tropical Storm Irene, Vermont’s Flash Floods, and How One Small State Saved Itself. |

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Steve Holman works on a unique artisan furniture piece.

Smaller furniture makers like Dan Mosheim and Steve Holman are equally impressed with Farabaugh and her company.

They appreciate that Vermont Woods Studios has helped them with outreach. Most have their own websites but don’t have the time or resources to keep their names at the forefront of Internet searches. As Steve Holman points out, “Living in Vermont, almost all my market is elsewhere. Reaching that market has been an issue.” Holman is grateful to Farabaugh for her marketing efforts.

Chad Woodruff likes the two-way relationship he has with Vermont Woods Studios. He can ask Farabaugh to sell some of his furniture or she can ask him for a custom piece. The craftsmen are also happy that Vermont Woods Studios offers their furniture without any upfront cost.

“Peggy doesn’t charge me anything unless she sells something so, what the hey, I’ll let her have at it,” commented Dan Mosheim.

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Holman is especially impressed with Stonehurst, which he first visited last fall when it opened. On a steep hill in Vernon, with a view of the Connecticut River, the 100-acre property has served many purposes, including as a ski area called Pinetop in the mid-20th century. Now, in the renovated barn, cherry and oak dining sets, maple side tables with walnut inlaid leaves, Shaker-style beds, walnut desks, and landscape paintings by local artists decorate three airy, bright rooms. Vermont Woods Studios staffers work in the attached restored farmhouse — on computer tables made by Ken Farabaugh. The property was restored in part with a Vermont Working Lands Initiative, which helped pay for the bluestone walkway, among other features.

Outside, customers can sit overlooking the hillside field/old ski slope with iPad (for shopping) in one hand, picnic lunch in the other. Or they can hike a forest trail that Farabaugh wants to turn into an interpretative walk about the Vermont woods. Inside, customers can touch the tables, sit in the chairs, measure the entertainment consoles, debate over style, and covet every piece of furniture on display.

“They made an effort to make it a destination, not just a place to sell furniture,” said Holman.

That statement perhaps best sums up the company’s real mission: that purchasing from Vermont Woods Studios is as much about experiencing Vermont and its culture of neighbor helping neighbor as it is about acquiring new furniture.

 

This blog is written by your friends at Vermont Woods Studios. Check out our Vermont made furniture and home decor online and visit our showroom and art gallery at Stonehurst, the newly restored 1800s farmhouse nestled in the foothills of the Green Mountains.

Copeland Buffets, the unsung hero of the dining room.

While dining tables and chairs get most of the glory–our Copeland Buffets are worthy contenders for most beautiful and functional in the room. The following 5 Copeland Buffets are a handpicked selection of my favorite pieces, ones that I believe will add a sleek, modern touch to any dining room while still being entirely functional. The naturally smooth wood and subtle details will fill your dining area with unmatched beauty and elegance, and they’re sustainable to boot!

Copeland Buffet

1) Copeland  Audrey Buffet- Our Copeland Audrey Walnut buffet features 2-doors and 3-drawers. It’s handcrafted in Vermont with real solid American Black Walnut wood.  It’s sleek styling and  dramatic geometric lines makes it the perfect piece for a modern dining room, and it’s spacious design is perfectly practical for everyday use.

Copeland Buffets

2. Sarah Shaker Copeland Buffet: Our Sarah Shaker buffet is ideal for the contemporary dining room. The cherry wood makes it practical and beautiful for almost any decor style, and it’s hefty build gives it an unsurpassed durability. This piece is traditional and stylish, perfect for storing your favorite dishes, silverware, or linen! Handcrafted in the Green Mountains, this solidly stylish piece is built to last for generations.

 

Copeland Buffets

3) Catalina 2 Door Cherry Copeland Buffet- Chic and compact, the Catalina Cherry buffet features an open interior and adjustable shelving. It’s custom handmade with American Cherry wood in a natural finish or one of 5 stains! This piece combines the clean, unadorned lines of the international modernists with organic and geometrical forms. It’s subtle, unassuming, and absolutely beautiful!

 

Copeland Buffets

4) Catalina 2 Door, 5 Drawer Buffet- This Copeland Buffet is a true show stopper. It’s absolutely gorgeous, with American Black Walnut wood and daring geometric lines.  Showcase your collection of fine wines and open the solid wood doors to reveal your finest linens and china. This piece is 100% American made and is crafted from sustainable wood. So while you impress your friends with it’s incredible style and build, feel good knowing that it’s also helping the environment!

Copeland Buffets

5)  Kyoto Walnut 4-Door Buffet- The Kyoto buffet is a minimalists dream. Featuring two doors and a solid construction, this piece could fit in any dining room. It’s Walnut Wood gives it a sophisticated feel. This piece perfectly matches the Kyoto dining table and chairs, a set that is as stylish as it is versatile.

 

Which of these beautifully handcrafted Copeland buffets do you love the most? Let us know in the comments section or send us a tweet!

This blog is written by your friends at Vermont Woods Studios. Check out our Vermont made furniture and home decor online and visit our showroom and art gallery at Stonehurst, the newly restored 1800s farmhouse nestled in the foothills of the Green Mountains.

Vermont's Furniture Makers

Meet Vermont’s Furniture Makers at The Premiere Forest to Table Event of the Year

Buy furniture at a big box store and what do you really know about it? Other than the country it was made in, the price, the materials…not much. Buy something made by one of Vermont’s furniture makers–like this wood and steel barnwood bench by Dan Mosheim — and you can find out practically everything about it including it’s inspiration, it’s personal significance, the meaning behind the shapes, the colors, the choice of materials, and so much more.

If the idea of getting to know your furniture and the people behind it appeals to you, then join us at the 11th annual Vermont Fine Furniture, Woodworking, and Forest Festival. This premiere forest to table event celebrates Vermont’s furniture makers and other influential members of the Vermont furniture industry. Attendees get the chance to see an exhibition of beautiful, handcrafted wood furniture and shake the hands of the people who make and sell it. Dozens of crafters from across the state will be bringing their best work to show the public!

Location: On the Crossroad of Vermont Byway on Route 4 in beautiful Woodstock, Vermont!

When: Saturday September 27th from 9:30am to 5:00pm and Sunday, September 28th from 10:00am to 4:30pm!

See you there!

This blog is written by your friends at Vermont Woods Studios. Check out our Vermont made furniture and home decor online and visit our showroom and art gallery at Stonehurst, the newly restored 1800s farmhouse nestled in the foothills of the Green Mountains.