We’ve decided less is more. With so many options out there, we specialize in 4 natural wood species.
If you frequent our blog or have visited our website, you know then that we talk at length about the characteristics of natural cherry wood. If you’re new, not to worry! I’ll go over it in here so you won’t feel behind. But, what I really wanted to do for you, was breakdown the four natural wood species we work with: cherry, maple, oak and walnut.
With all the family feasts around the corner, now’s a great time to buy during our Fall Dining Furniture Sale.
I recently wrote about how much I love Fall in New England and one of the reasons was all of the food we traditionally eat this season. Apple pie, apple crisp, butternut squash soup, beef stew, pecan pie, turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes….yum! I don’t even need Thanksgiving to consume all of this food. It’s the season of eating for sure.
Don’t Underestimate The Power Of Natural Wood Desks.
From traditional to modern, having a solid wood desk at home is a guaranteed way to get your work done. Balance your checkbook and bills, write reports and respond to emails, by having a focused space in your home to get down to work you’ll free up more time that you may have otherwise been procrastinating.
And Why Fall Is Such A Beloved Season In New England
I’m definitely biased when it comes to loving Fall. I grew up in New Hampshire, went to school in Boston and work in Vermont now. I bleed New England Yankee and wouldn’t have it any other way. That includes having a special place in my heart for all four seasons. But, not so secretly my favorite is Fall.
Focus and recharge with new home office and living room furniture during our first Fall furniture sale of the season.
Pumpkin spice season is upon us! Soon it’ll be time to break out the thick sweaters, jackets and boots here in Vermont. As a native New Englander, Fall is definitely my favorite time of the year. I get to plan apple picking trips, bake lots of pie, run through piles of leaves with my black lab Charlie and watch the foliage change on my ride into work.