Bed How do you like this new Wide Slat Bed?  It's part of our Jim Andrews Natural Cherry Collection and is available in all sizes, including twin, twin XL, full, full XL, queen, king and CA king.  Here it's shown in natural cherry, but truth be told, we also make it in natural oak, maple and walnut woods. 

Customers have their choice of platform style or mattress and box springs frame.  That just means we will adjust the height of the side rails based on the mattress dimensions.

Each bed is made to order and we often make adjustments for customers who want a little more or less height, width, length or depth.  Are you looking for a bed or bedroom set that's a perfect fit for you and your space?  Give us a call (888-390-5571) at Vermont Woods Studios.  We'll be happy to help!

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Deer We've had lots of calls from customers wanting to help Keep Vermont Clean and Green by voicing their opposition to the Agency of Natural Resource's (ANR) proposed rule on All Terrain Vehicle (ATV) use on state forests and wetlands.  Although the public comment period is closed it's not too late to voice or pen your opinion. 

A Legislative Committee on Administrative Rules, LCAR will be meeting to discuss and sign-off on the proposed rule, probably in the Fall.  We are asking interested customers and readers to contact the Chair of LCAR, Mark MacDonald (mmacdonald@leg.state.vt.us) or (802-433-5867) to register their opposition to allowing ATV trails on state land.  

Your opinion counts!  Review the Proposed ATV Rule first then contact Senator MacDonald with the reasons why you oppose it.  If you have any specific alternatives to the rule, offer them up–that's always very effective.

Thanks for reading and taking action on this important issues that greatly affects Vermont's future.  Let us know if you get a response from LCAR.

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Bolton-desk2 I love this new handmade contemporary curved desk!  It's shown in solid natural cherry with contrasting ebonized base and drawer pulls.  The rounded back and curved front are designed for supreme comfort and style.  

Bolton-desk2-tray A pull-out drawer is the perfect place to conceal your keyboard or laptop, providing functionality when you need it, and an elegant uncluttered look when your computer is not in use. 

Four full sized drawers offer plenty of storage for pens, pencils, pads and small equipment while 2 pull out file drawers provide storage space for all your legal or letter size files.

Bolton-desk2-back Can't you just picture yourself as the ultra-stylish, ultra-organized exec behind this  chic modern desk?


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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.

New-walnut-bed We have a natural, organic walnut bed to add to our Vermont Woods Studios Jim Andrews Collection. This was a special design requested by a customer, but we liked it so much, we've decided to offer it as part of our Jim Andrews Collection.  The bed features elegant curves in the posts and complimentary curves in the headboard and footboard.  It's shown here in natural walnut, but can be made in natural cherry, maple or oak as well. 

Have you ever thought of designing your own furniture?  Maybe you have an existing piece or set you would like to supplement.  Or perhaps you have an odd shaped space you need to fit your furniture into.  Or maybe you love the look of one of our natural cherry tables, but the dimensions need to be changed.  Or you're looking for a different wood.

Custom and customized furniture are our specialty at Vermont Woods Studios.  Each piece of our furniture is made to order and can be easily and affordably customized to meet your needs.  Why not give us a call today?  1-888-390-5571.  We look forward to hearing from you!

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.

I’m horrified that Vermont’s Agency of Natural Resources’ (ANR) is proposing to establish All Terrain Vehicle (ATV) trails on state land.  I wrote a letter to the editor of our local Brattleboro Paper, The Reformer and also wrote to Warren Coleman, head of ANR.  I’m asking our friends and customers to do the same. 

Here’s the situation, as I see it. In spite of much research that’s been done to characterize the extent of damage that ATVs do to our environment, the political leaders at ANR trudge ahead in encouraging and expanding their use.  Even if you want to put science aside, plain common sense reveals that noisy, gas-powered ATVs are polluting our air and water, damaging our land and disturbing our wildlife.  No one legitimately disputes that. Clearly ANRs decision is not about conservation.  

We all know that expanding ATV use is bad for the environment.  The decision is about Vermont's economy.  In the short term, one might argue that it's good for the economy and will bring in ATV tourists from neighboring states.  However, ANR must consider the negative, long term economic effects that go with such a decision.  Vermonters have worked hard over the years, and indeed generations, to establish a clean, green state that values environmental conservation over short-term economic gain.  

Vermont's green identity or brand, if you will, has great value in terms of tourism, green products and green businesses.  

 

Please urge ANR to consider the damage they will be doing to Vermont's green brand by increasing the use of ATVs in our state.  The long term consequences of such a decision will be devastating to the state's economy and wildlife, as well as to the quality of our air, water and land.  

 

There is still time to email ANR and say NO to Establishment of ATV Trails on State land.  Send your email to warren.coleman@state.vt.us today.  The deadline for comments is Monday, June 22.

 

Thanks for your help in keeping Vermont clean and green!

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.