Great Savings to Kick Off Your Summer This Memorial Day.
Don’t let endless checkout lines, full parking lots and packed roadways ruin your holiday this Memorial Day. Relax and enjoy opening up your summer cottage with family and friends. BBQ, sip a cold craft beer or mojito and get in gear for the fun and fleeting summer season.
Our friends at the Environmental Investigation Agency (EIA) and REVERB have teamed up with rock stars the likes of Maroon 5, Guster, Mick Jagger, Willie Nelson, Sting, Jason Mraz, Dave Matthews, Deborah Harry and dozens of other musicians to bring attention to a subject that’s at the core of our mission at Vermont Woods Studios:
We know buying solid wood furniture is an investment and we’re glad you’ve chosen us. To help ease the process we’ve created a short guide to some of our frequently asked questions. Don’t see an answer to your question(s)? Our friendly and knowledgeable sales team is here seven days a week so don’t hesitate to give us a call, email or live chat.
With so many styles and designs out there today, sometimes it can be hard to keep it straight. We’ve got 4 of the most popular dining furniture designs and we’re breaking each one down.
I realized recently that I write a lot about the different styles and designs of our furniture but I don’t ever really go into detail about each one. Let me change that. I’m here to give a little insight into dining furniture designs. Today we’ll look at Mission-Craftsman design, Shaker furniture, Modern and Traditional design.
I’ve noticed recently there seems to be a great divide within the dining space world: formal dining room versus eat-in kitchen. Most homes that I’ve been to recently seem to have a combination of the two. Homes are now designed or renovated with an open kitchen that flows into a designated dining space, but they are no longer separate entities.