Have you done your annual spring cleaning? Did it include recycling your particle board desk, donating the metal frame that came with your mattress, or getting rid of your plastic file cabinet? Now is the time to replace those furniture pieces that you need in your home. With our Create Your Own Set Sale we’re letting you decide what’s on sale!
Our sales are often guided by room or style, but this time we’re giving you free range. This is a mix and match event. You can buy anything you want on our website, and as long as you have three items in your cart you will receive 20% off. We want you to customize this sale to fit your needs. Different styles, different rooms, different wood, different collections, anything goes! This is a perfect opportunity to receive a great discount and purchase some miscellaneous items. Buy the matching accent tables you wanted when you bought your coffee table, add a bookcase to your home office, and spoil yourself by finally buying the solid wood bed you’ve been dreaming about for years.
Our American made furniture can be crafted in your choice of real cherry, maple, oak, or walnut wood. Plus, there are additional customizable options on each product page. Our furniture is built to last and is backed by a lifetime guarantee. Start shopping our sale today!
Benefit Furniture Sale For The Dion Family
Today is also the day of our benefit sale for the Dion Family! For every sale (whether it’s part of the Create Your Own Set or not) we have today, Friday, March 22, we will donate $50 to the Dion Family. Loryn Dion is our webmaster at Vermont Woods Studios, and her family, who reside in Fall River, MA, recently had a fire at their home. Our donations will help her family recover from the severe damages to their home. If you would like to learn more about the benefit sale, please read our Benefit Sale For The Dions blog post.
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.