Labor Day Furniture Sale

Labor Day Celebrates The Achievements of American Workers.

Labor Day was created to honor the achievements of American workers. This national holiday is a perfect time to celebrate the hard work that Americans do every day. At Vermont Woods Studios, we are constantly amazed at the dedication and hard work that goes into handcrafting fine wood furniture. It is a skill that has been handed down to Vermonter’s for over 200 years, and for many of our craftsmen, the technique is virtually unchanged. The furniture at Vermont Woods Studios is 100% American made furniture with sustainably harvested American hardwoods. Our furniture makers carefully select only the finest solid cherry, maple, walnut, and oak woods to ensure that they make the highest quality furniture that is intended to last for many generations.

Support Vermont Furniture Makers With Our Labor Day Furniture Sale

For Labor Day we are putting our gifted furniture maker’s pieces on sale, so that you can honor these American craftsmen, too. With a lot of Labor Day events, we know that this is a busy weekend. So, we’re having our Labor Day furniture sale run five days, from Friday, August 29th until September 4th. This allows you the time to fit in fun and relaxation, plus take advantage of our holiday sale. During our Labor Day furniture sale, you can save 15% storewide (plus free shipping), and conveniently shop 24 hours a day on our online gallery.

Take advantage of this special sale where you have the opportunity to save 15% on most collections, plus free shipping and a lifetime guarantee.  Support American ingenuity and craftsmanship, on a weekend where it really counts.

Choose your new Vermont made furniture in natural CherryMapleWalnut, or Oak woods. Not quite the size you need? Since each piece is made to order, most furniture pieces can be customized to best fit your space.

Shop securely, conveniently and directly from our online furniture showroom. Or if you prefer contact us at 888-390-5571 to order by phone or discuss your questions about our Vermont made solid wood furniture. Hurry! This Sale ends at midnight on September 4th.

Click to Shop Our Labor Day Furniture 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.

Vermont Woods Studios Furniture Interns: Taegen, Riley, Trenton and Tristan.
Vermont Woods Studios Furniture student interns: Taegen, Riley, Trenton and Tristan.

It’s a beautiful, warm sunny summer day at Vermont Woods Studios which makes it hard to believe Autumn is almost here.  But if the weather isn’t enough of a reminder,  the annual loss of our student interns is making it all too clear.

Vermont Woods Studios Furniture Interns: busy stacking 40 cords of firewood
The Fab Four gathered and cut 40 cords of firewood this summer!

Today we send them our heartfelt thanks for all the hard work they put in throughout the summer.  Perhaps the toughest job they had was gathering, slicing and dicing 40 cords of firewood to keep the rest of us warm during the winter.

Vermont Woods Studios Furniture Interns: busy stacking 40 cords of firewood
What name do you think this band of rock stars should take up?

They also pitched in on many other tasks required to maintain our woodlands and keep our Stonehurst fine furniture store looking clean, green & beautiful.  We wish them great success at school and in their other endeavors.  Hope to see you guys back here next summer!

Vermont Woods Studios Furniture Interns: managing our woodlands
Stay out of Taegen’s way when she’s driving the tractor!

 

Vermont Woods Studios Furniture Interns: and Wood Man
Name suggestions for this new member of the Vermont Woods team?

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.

George's Mill
Antique Car Garage Turns Photo Studio?

If you’re starting to notice an influx of fine furniture photography, you’re paying attention to the work of Nina, our Photographer & Merchandising Assistant! Nina & Dennis have been travelling around Southern Vermont finding great places to set up our furniture & take new photos for the site. Most recently, they’ve been working on a project at George’s Mill in Vernon where they are building a photo studio from scratch!

The original George’s Mill was reconstructed in 1974 by Nicholas George, and the 2nd building (the post office) was built in 1985 by Eli N. George. This location is actually where our previous office and headquarters were, before making the move to Stonehurst.

Take a Behind the Scenes Look at George’s Mill Progress:

George's Mill
Riley, Tristan & Dennis set up the wall structure at George’s Mill.

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The team has made great progress at  George’s Mill and they aren’t done yet! Nina, however, has already used the space for the backdrop of a new bedroom collection photo!  The fusion of Photoshop and a little elbow grease comes to life with our new Holland Collection.

Take a look at the new photo and bedroom collection.

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.

Green Team

The Green Team Strikes a Pose for Our Website

If you know anything about the Green Team, you know that we’re always excited for a photoshoot! So needless to say, we were more than happy last week as we gathered outside in the beautiful breezy weather and our student interns helped take new portraits for the website! If you saw our “Meet the Green Team” page before, you might have seen that our portraits made us look like little floating heads. Our new photos are better representations of our unique personalities, and the personality of the whole group! Take a look:

The Vermont Woods CEOrcerers:
Green Team

The Customer Service Genies (making all of your furniture wishes come true):
Green Team

The Marketing Magicians:
Green Team

The Web Wizards:
Green Team

The Enchanting Interns: Green Team

So now you’ve met our whole crew! I gave us all extra special descriptions that I feel are fitting for the magic that goes into making things run smoothly everyday. We could not be where we are if it were not for all of the hard work and bright personalities that comes out of each department. To take a look at our new individual portraits, check out our updated ‘Meet the Green Team’ page!

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.

James Stephen Street & Dane Kristofer Anderson, IP Attorneys in Hawaii

James Stephen Street & Dane Kristofer Anderson are the third team of copyright lawyers who’ve been dispatched by Vincent K Tylor VKT in his quest to put Vermont Woods Studios out of business.  Thankfully, justice prevailed in the first two extortion attempts (details in previous blog posts: Copyright Protection: Is This Really What the Law Intended? and Am I Guilty of Copyright Infringement?).  Readers may recall that after VKT’s second extortion attempt, Matthew Chan of Extortion Letter Info  did some research into Tylor’s law firm of Adam Gafni (Woolf Gafni & Fowler) in CA.  He could find no documentation confirming Woolf Gafni & Fowler was a registered law firm in California. Matthew posted this information on his website and 2 days later Vincdent Tylor withdrew his lawsuit.

Now VKT has filed a third lawsuit, this time in his home state of Hawaii.  His longtime copyright IP attorney, J Stephen Street is representing Tylor this time, assisted by recent law school graduate, Dane Kristofer Anderson.  Here’s a little information about the new legal eagles, as excerpted from my blog on Medium.com.

Dane Kristofer Anderson

It’s not that easy to profile the career of Dane K Anderson as he’s young with little published information about him. He graduated from William S. Richardson School of Law, University of Hawaii and passed the Hawaii bar exam in October of 2010. He’s listed on AVVO as Attorney at Law, LLC Po Box 1621 Honolulu, HI 96806 (808–285–4760). It seems he does plan to set up his own shop with a different address (Box 1501 Honolulu, HI 96817) and website http://www.andersonlawhawaii.com. But for now Dane’s website is a GoDaddy.com advertisement and the “Law Office of Dane K. Anderson” comes up as an “Unknown Firm” in legal directories.  Other than that, the only information I can find by googling Dane Kristofer Anderson is about copyright trolling, extortion and entrapment.

James Stephen Street

James J Stephen Street  is based in Hawaii and located at 134 Maono Place, Honolulu, HI 96821 (808–754–1647).  His bio on IP-Law-Hawaii describes an intelligent attorney who’s also an artist and someone who served on a Special Olypmics committee.   He practiced law at the Rush Moore law firm for almost 30 years.  Now it appears James Stephen Street JSS is the favorite local (Hawaii) lawyer providing counsel to photographer, Vincent K Tylor.  As with Dane K Anderson, googling James Stephen Street brings up lots of information on copyright trolling, extortion and entrapment.

Are You a Victim of Copyright Extortion?

The issue of copyright trolling is complex and takes a good bit of research to understand what’s beyond the headlines. If you’re a copyright extortion victim or you have had dealings with Vincent K Tylor, J Stephen Street or Dane K Anderson learn more about them on ExtortionLetterInfo.com:

Fellow victims are gathering there and amassing important information to be used in court battles against copyright trolls, extortion and entrapment.  You can jump in, get involved and help make copyright trolling a thing of the past.

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.