Megan graduated from Emerson College in Boston, MA with a BS in Marketing Communications and a minor in Psychology. During her time at Emerson, she was fortunate to spend a semester studying in the Netherlands and traveling around Europe and Northern Africa. In her free time, she can be found hiking different trails in the Monadnock Region with her black lab, Charlie, or curled up with a good book (or Netflix!).
We like to think that the experience you’ll have at Vermont Woods Studios is unlike that of any furniture store you’ll shop at. There are some obvious ways we’re different, of course. For one, we’re located at an old ski-resort and farmhouse in the foothills of the Green Mountains. And being in an old farmhouse comes with its quirks–one of which is space. With the average furniture store spanning 20,000 square feet, according to a Furniture Today article (2010), our showroom space is approximately 1,500-2,000 square feet.
Join us in Montreal for a discussion on Monarchs, Milkweed and Where we go from here.
Our friend, Francois Simard of Encore 3, is hosting the first ever International Monarch Symposium on the Silk of America. Silk of America? Yes, that’s the new and improved name for milkweed! The symposium will focus on the topic of monarch butterfly habitat conservation in the USA and Canada.
Introducing Vermont Woodworker, Alex Dunklee and his handcrafted “Wrought ‘N Wood”
Vermont needs no introduction, but I will anyways!
Sandwiched in-between New York and New Hampshire (for you non-New Englanders) the Green Mountain state is a breath of fresh air. With an appreciation for nature, a working landscape and hard work, Vermont is a state that truly defines Yankee Ingenuity in a modern world.
Make 2017 the year to shop and save and you can start with our New Year’s Storewide Sale.
As I’m writing this, I’m simultaneously going over a mental checklist of all the things I need to do before a Nor’easter hits us here in southern Vermont. With only a couple of days left in 2016 it seems fitting we’d get a traffic stopping, knee-deep snow storm.