The Best Kept Secret in Vermont’s Furniture World
Tucked away in Central Vermont’s rolling hills is a quintessential New England furniture studio called Maple Corner Woodworks. Our friend, Robin Chase started Maple Corner Furniture in 1982 when he built a woodworking studio adjacent to his home in Calais, Vermont. Robin wanted to provide people with beautiful, elegantly designed wooden furniture that would last a lifetime.
Small is Beautiful
We visited Maple Corner Woodworks in February and brought our videographer friend, Shane McFalls of Mondo MediaWorks in Brattleboro, VT. There’s something really special about furniture built by the hands of such a small team of passionate professionals. These craftspeople have been working together for many years and their signature style comes through on every handcrafted piece.
Vermont’s a great place for small businesses to work together to create value. Here people truly do embrace the old fashioned values of quality, integrity and sustainability. With so many like-minded companies around, it makes sense to partner in a way that leverages the best that both companies have to offer. In our case, the partnership means Robin and his crew have more time to hone their craft while we at Vermont Woods Studios focus on employing the latest digital marketing technologies to promote and sell their work.
How To Purchase
Give us a call or stop by our store to learn more about the fine, handmade furniture from Maple Corner Woodworks. We are happy to work with you to customize Robin’s designs so they fit perfectly into your space and style. We know how meaningful each handcrafted piece will be to your family. We back Robin’s quality with a lifetime guarantee and we deliver with a white glove service to make sure everything arrives to your home in perfect order.
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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.