Why wait? Now you can save on time with some of Copeland’s best-selling pieces!
Copeland Furniture lovers rejoice! We have great news for you. We’re rolling out the Copeland Furniture Quick Ship Program here at Vermont Woods Studios. Say goodbye to waiting for long crafting and shipping times. What does this mean? Let me break it down.
When you order Copeland products that are available through the Copeland Furniture Quick Ship Program, your furniture will ship within 6 business days. It doesn’t mean the crafting time has been sped up or that the integrity of the furniture is any less than the high quality it has always been. What it means is that Copeland is working diligently to meet your needs. The select pieces available in this collection are pre-made and ready to go. It still takes the craftsmen the same amount of time to make as before, you just benefit from it being made ahead of time.
The products are updated daily so keep an eye out to see if your favorite piece or collection has been added to the Program. Right now, the Quick Ship Program is only available on select pieces but we hope to see it grow in the near future.
This program is exciting for us and we hope you’re excited, too! If you’re a last minute planner, someone who’s too excited to wait or a constant order tracker (I know I’m all of the above), this may be a great option for you!
The program is new, so we understand that you may have some questions. Please don’t hesitate to contact our knowledgeable sales team. They’re here seven days a week, so if you’re close by or passing through Southern Vermont, stop on into our Stonehurst Showroom. We’re located on 109 acres in the foothills of the Green Mountains and have some items available in store that you won’t find online!
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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.