November 15th, 2012 by Kelsey Eaton
Shaker style furniture is the most sought after design in our online gallery. Shaker style furniture has been around since the late 1700′s and has evolved to accommodate today’s contemporary home. Some of today’s Shaker style furniture are adaptations of pieces that did not exist, like TV stands and media consoles. Many pieces of Shaker style furniture feature the traditional design, but have a slight modern influence, like our Shaker style beds and Shaker tables. The contemporary Vermont craftsmen have embraced the original concept of Shaker style furniture, creating their own versions. Vermont style shaker furniture is widely admired for it’s simplistic, functional, and sturdy design. It’s identified by traditional straight lines, tapered posts and legs, and the familiar round Shaker knob.
Our Shaker furniture is most popular in natural cherry wood. Cherry is one of the most prized hardwoods in New England and in the United States. The rich color of solid cherry wood is the driving factor in people’s admiration, but the strength of the wood makes it perfect for our Vermont shaker style furniture.
We are currently having a Shaker style furniture sale! We offer over 200 pieces of Shaker influenced furniture in our online gallery. You will find a variety of styles in our six Shaker furniture collections, ranging from traditional designs to Shaker style furniture with a contemporary look. We have Shaker furniture pieces for every room in your home. With our Shaker style furniture sale, you can save up to 20% on this popular style of furniture. Save 10% on one piece, 15% on two pieces, or 20% on three or more pieces of Shaker style furniture. Our furniture comes with a lifetime guarantee and free shipping! This sale only lasts for one week (ending Wednesday, November 21), so start shopping today!
Shop for your new furniture securely, easily, and conveniently from our online gallery. Our furniture specialists are also available to assist you through our Live Chat option (located in the top right from our online gallery), or via telephone: 802-275-5174.