“Tiny House Nation” is a television program that features innovative Tiny Homes from across the United States. Renovation experts and hosts, John Weisbarth and Zack Giffin travel across America to explore creative small spaces and the imaginative folks who occupy them. They also help new families design and construct their own dream tiny homes! Houses can be no larger than 500 square feet, and include anything from micro-NYC apartments to caboose cars turned mini-roadtripping home. This series celebrates the Tiny House movement and its explosive growth in the United States!
We’re excited to announce that we have provided some POLYWOOD® outdoor dining furniture to the tiny home! Sustainable Living is a major part of our company, so when we saw that there was going to be an episode shot in Vermont we knew we had to get involved. Douglas and Dennis made the trip up to Montpelier to hand deliver the furniture and meet the crew. We had been waiting in anticipation to see the show on air, and we were thrilled to see the Vermont tiny home in action last night on the FYI Television network!
What do you think, could you survive life in a home less than 500 square feet?
We would like to extend our heartfelt gratitude to the Vermont Life Magazine staff for including us in their fall issue! The article features several beautiful photos of our showroom, craftsmen, and furniture–as well as a compelling story that fits wonderfully with the rest of the magazine. We’re grateful to Jim Westphalen and Mary Hegarty Nowlan for their support of our green mission at Stonehurst, and we’re honored that they feel it fits into Vermont Life’s mission which “celebrates the unique heritage, countryside, traditions and people of Vermont and explores issues of contemporary interest to Vermonters and visitors to the state.”
We are excited to share our story with the world, and we hope you’re excited too! For information on subscriptions or information on how to pickup a copy of your own, visit www.vermontlife.com. If you’re local, feel free to stop by to take a look at our copy!
As an avid online shopper myself, I know how important it is to see some solid online reviews before you go ahead with your purchase. We have dozens of great Vermont Woods Studios Reviews from our customers posted here, here, and a few on our Facebook page-- but we also have a great collection of visual photos of Vermont Woods Studios furniture in people’s homes across the United States right on Pinterest. This isn’t exactly a review, but if the customer is happy enough to send us a photo of our furniture as its actually lived in… that’s a great sign.
When I’m shopping online, customer photos will often inspire me to go ahead and actually buy an item I’ve been dreaming about forever. In particular, I sometimes shop for clothes online and absolutely love seeing the clothing item on a real person. It makes it feel more real, more honest, and more “homey”. The same could be said for furniture, as seeing the pieces in home gives you a great idea of how it might look in yours.
Granted, some of the photos are small and others aren’t the best when it comes to photography, but they all have character and are unique to the style and personality of the home itself. We like that, and we hope you do too.
So go ahead and check out our customer photo board on Pinterest and let us know what you think! If you have a photo of your own to submit, we’d love to see it. Send all customer photos and Vermont Woods Studios Reviews to email@example.com!
I’m excited to announce that I’ll be running @ThisIsVT on Twitter this week! @ThisIsVT was created by the Vermont tourism department in an effort to reveal the diversity & culture of Vermont. Each week a different Vermonter gets to run the account and share what life is like in their neck of the woods. This week I’ll be sharing all of the things I love–local beer, great food, our fine Vermont made furniture, music, and bellydance!
I invite you to join me on this tweet-tacular adventure as I share photos and stories about life as a 24 year old social media marketer in Southern Vermont! See you there!
The sad news is that Liz is leaving us. It’s been a great run and we’ve enjoyed her energy, wit, resourcefulness and determination. But alas it’s coming to an end this summer. Liz is heading off to graduate school to study all things literature and writing (a curriculum I would obviously fail). We’re all going to miss her wry sense of humor AND all the work she’s been doing. Reluctantly we’ll have to wish her well as she motors across the country into the halls of University of Washington and the arms of English professors eagerly awaiting her epigrammatic talents.
The good news though, is that now we have an opportunity for another superstar to join forces with us at Vermont Woods Studios! The job opening: a Sales & Customer Service Associate is posted on our website. Know anyone who’s smart, fun to work with, loves to learn new things and has a flair for interior design? Someone who enjoys helping people find exactly what they want– by listening and helping customers create beautiful, comfortable dream homes. OK, then send them our way!
The particulars for the job are posted on our website. The successful candidate will start out working with Liz, learning all about our company, our green mission, our furniture and our home decor products. Soon they’ll be helping customers in the showroom, answering phones, taking orders, creating displays and working with the rest of us to grow our company and demonstrate our mission.
Details and instructions on how to apply are posted here. We’ll be reviewing resumes and references over the next couple weeks. Interviews will start right after that and hopefully we’ll be selecting a candidate around the end of May for an early to mid-June start date. Let the search begin!