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!
Labor Day Fine Furniture Sale
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As a company who focuses on American made products, we are proud to invite you to save 15% store-wide* with our Labor Day Furniture Sale! We believe that our customers deserve the absolute best, and many of  our crafters have been expertly creating fine furniture pieces for decades to create the some of the highest quality solid wood furniture in Vermont.

With our 5 day Labor Day Sale, you can shop our online showroom  24/7 from the comfort of your home. Browse through hundreds of beautiful solid wood pieces, and dozens of carefully selected collections.

Save 15% on your order of qualifying products, and receive free shipping and lifetime guarantee! Your new furniture can be made in Cherry, Maple, Walnut, or Oak woods and most pieces can be customized to fit your unique space. Shop securely and conveniently from our online showroom, Or if you prefer contact us at 888-390-5571 to order by phone or discuss your questions!

Hurry, sale ends September 3rd!

*Sale does not include Copeland, POLYWOOD, or Artisan furniture. $1000 minimum purchase.

 

 

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 Woods Studios encourages sustainable shopping.
Spending more time outdoors encourages reflection on your eco footprint! This is me enjoying nature in Poultney, VT.

My Opinion

Sustainability matters, it really does. Our planet is going through some major changes that I’m sure many of us have noticed– from entire species of animals being wiped out, to our rainforests being clear-cut, to the majorly devastating natural disasters occurring throughout the world. Big things are happening, and I don’t mean to scare anyone, but it has come time for us as people to take responsibility for our contribution to global climate change and its consequences. We have to start acting responsibly and be very conscious in our efforts to reduce our individual impact on the world!

 

It won’t be easy, but as a leading nation, it is up to Americans to set a positive example to the rest of the world! Can you envision a green future for the USA? A place where we manage our forests responsibly, care for our animals, & support sustainable business rather than greedy CEOs who allow child labor and unsafe factory conditions? A place where we take a second to think about what we are supporting when we make a purchase? A place where sustainable shopping is the norm? I can!

 

The tragedy that occurred in Bangladesh was extremely eye opening for me– especially when it comes to the companies who refused to agree to safer factory standards. It makes sense… these giant corporations are profiting majorly off of practices that are extremely harmful to the environment and the people who work for them. It’s unacceptable. I like to think that “every dollar you spend is a vote” (LN Smith), and my question is, who (and what) are you voting for?

 

I vote for companies with strict environmental standards, companies who believe that our future (and the future of our children, grandchildren, and beyond) is in our hands. I vote for companies who take responsibility and make positive efforts to decrease their environmental impact. I vote for companies who pay their workers fairly and don’t expose them to dangerous conditions. I vote for a green future, a happier, healthier future!

 

I challenge you to take a look around your home and think about where your products are coming from. Were they made in a factory overseas or by an American craftsman? Were they made from sustainably managed forests or were they made from wood harvested from the rainforest? Does the company you “voted” for have safe, ethical standards of pay and work conditions for their employees?

 

Just think about it. Literally envision your favorite items in your home being made, and the hands that created them. That’s the first step– just become aware that as consumers, we have the power to change the world. Every dollar is a vote!

 

 

 

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.

Stonehurst has been crazy lately, and in a good way! Settling in here has been great, and quiet for a while… but for the last few days we’ve been nonstop with renovations, visitors, and new fine furniture! Woot! The showroom is starting to fill up and look more like a home, and i’m so excited to watch it progress as we move forward with the landscaping, furniture, and art! So while there isn’t too much more to say, I’m going to post some photos from the last few days so you can get a peek at whats going around the showroom. :)

Vermont Woods Studios natural cherry mirror
A new mirror finds its way into the showroom!
New Hardwood Dining Table
Our favorite movers helped us bring in some beautiful new furniture pieces.
Liz from Sales at Vermont Woods Studios inspects a new table
Liz inspects a new table. Yep, we love picky Liz!
A truckload of Goshen Stone arrives to be used for the walkway.

 

Workers improve grounds around Stonehurst

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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 Woods Studios All Bedroom Furniture Sale
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Having just moved into a new home, I realize how important the bedroom is when re-decorating and re-designing a space,which is why I think that the All Bedroom Furniture Sale is so great! You can save up to 20% on our premium quality, American made furniture, and feel good about supporting local craftsmen while you save. Take 10% off if you buy one piece, 15% off with two pieces, and 20% off of three or more pieces!

We offer hundreds of hardwood bedroom furniture pieces in our online gallery, from contemporary designs to more traditional & Shaker style furniture. Mix and match to create a beautiful, eclectic bedroom set that’s perfect for your style. Each piece is built to order, and can be crafted in your choice of natural cherry, oak, maple, or walnut wood!

Your new bed, nightstand, chest, or dresser is waiting for you! Go ahead and start shopping easily and conveniently in our online store. Or, if you prefer a more personal shopping experience, contact us at 888-390-5571 to order by phone or to discuss your questions about our bedroom furniture sale! Hurry This sale ends at midnight on August 29th! :)

 

*Excludes Copeland, Barnwood, and Artisan 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.

Blue Doors on Stonehurst
We chose blue!

As promised in my last blog, here is the new color of the doors at Stonehurst! Blue! What is so great about it is that they aren’t a traditional door color, and we think that really fits with the personality of Vermont Woods Studios and the quirky folks who work here. While several people asked why we didn’t go with green to fit with our company colors, blue turned out to be a better fit. It brings out the natural blues of the sky and contrasts wonderfully with the white paint, plus, it’s going to look amazing once all of the landscaping and outdoor decor is in place.  I’m really happy with the way the doors turned out, and I know that the rest of the Green Team is too! But we want to know what you think about them, let us know on Facebook!

 

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.