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Christmas is only 10 days away and if you’ve been stressing over that ultra-special gift with the big WOW factor, you’re probably starting to feel some pressure.  Perhaps the economic uncertainty is weighing into your decision process and you’re hesitant to splurge on extravagances that aren’t really necessary.  Here’s an idea for how you can choose a flashy, splashy custom luxury gift, that’s affordable and practical..and GREEN too.  A furniture gift certificate from Vermont Woods Studios
We’ll enclose it in a beautifully handcrafted, wooden box handcrafted by T. Breeze Verdant, master of exotic inlaid marquetry, and FedEx it out within 24 hours so you can have it under the tree in plenty of time.

A furniture gift certificate can be in almost any amount, large or small.  It’s a practical gift that lets your loved one choose from any of our fine handcrafted, eco-friendly furniture collections, or allows them the opportunity to work directly with an artisan to design a unique, custom, ultra luxury gift they will cherish forever.

So what are you waiting for?  This is one gift you can cross off your list today!

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Did you know that a portion of every sale at Vermont Woods Studios goes to charities and non-profits that work to preserve the worlds forests, and the animals and people who live there?  Every December we begin to make our annual donations and today, we are sending a gift to the World Wildlife Fund to support their conservation efforts to save the tiger. 

It seems impossible, but the fact is that wild tiger numbers have dropped from 100,000 to less than 4,000 over the last century, and the remaining tigers occupy only 7% of their historic range.  They are literally teetering on the brink of extinction. 

Although many threats account for the decline of tigers, one serious problem is deforestation and the loss of their natural habitats in India, Southeast Asia, Indochina and Russia. 

 

You can support the conservation of tigers by ensuring that any furniture, flooring or other forest products you buy comes from wood that has been locally and sustainably harvested and/or certified green by the Forest Stewardship Council.

 

Long live the tiger!

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As we start picking up the pieces of our broken economy and trying to sort through them, what kinds of changes will we make to avoid another meltdown?  We've unwittingly become such ravenous consumers, that we've gotten accustomed to forsaking quality in our purchases for instant gratification at the expense of frequent disposal and replacement.

We hear people say things like, "I like to freshen up my home and replace my furniture every few years to stay up with the trends."  In the furniture business, we call those disposable purchases curbside furniture.

If
you're lucky enough to have antiques and heirlooms that have been
handed down to you through the generations, I'll bet that even after
50-100 or more years, you'll find the quality of those items to be
superior to that of today's equivalent.

Rebuilding the economy on a green foundation is going to involve a cultural shift away from cheap, imported, transitory goods in favor of high-quality, long-lasting, timeless items that are crafted from sustainable resources and sold near the source with a minimum of transportation and fuel costs.  Green American furniture companies are leading the way toward this kind of a paradigm shift.  We have the sustainable resources, the talent, the facilities and the will to make it happen.  Visit the Sustainable Furniture Council to learn more.

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Bringing Vermont Woodworking into the Modern World with our New Blog.

You’ve come to us with your sustainable eco-furniture needs; you’ve come to us to add a touch of class and uniqueness to your homes.  You’ve stuck with us as we’ve striven to build a company with a tri-fold mission—to save our planet’s endangered forests and priceless raw materials, to save the individual artisan and safeguard that traditional way of life in this difficult economy, and, of course, to create a beautiful and innovative line of artisan furniture. In short: to make art and to make an impact.

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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.