This Columbus Day, sail into unbeatable deals.
There’s something exciting about treating yourself. Whether it’s finally a new car, or even just a scoop of ice cream at the end of the day. And, the same goes for new furniture especially during our 2016 Columbus Day Sale.
I remember how excited I was when I got my new bed. It completely changed the atmosphere in my room. Or when my mom got a new couch, it made the living room feel new again and we found ourselves using it much more.
Furniture can really set the tone for your happiness when you think about. You are always around it when you’re home, it affects your mind as much as it does your body, literally. So, why not treat yourself to furniture you’ll feel good about buying, that will last you a lifetime and is made just for you.
During our 2016 Columbus Day Sale you can save 15% on our entire collection of solid wood furniture. From Friday, October 7 through Thursday, October 13 you can save 15% on the bed of your dreams, that new dining set you’ve been searching for or treat your living room to new occasional tables.
The opportunities are endless and all of our furniture is made to order just for you. You can choose from cherry, oak, maple and walnut woods and shop knowing the wood we use is responsibly sourced from sustainable forests here in the U.S.
Don’t let overpriced furniture made in a factory overseas sink your budget this Fall. We’re here to help you save! If you have any questions about the sale, our furniture or how to get to our showroom, give our friendly sales team a call at (888) 390-5571.
*Must spend $1,000 in order to qualify for sale
**Free shipping on all orders totaling $3,000 or more
PS If you’re within the Vernon, Vermont area or planning a trip to see us within the next week. We’re having an exclusive in-store clearance event. You must be present for these unbelievable savings of up to 50% off certain pieces.
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.