By Loryn Dion 


Our American made, Shaker style furniture is handmade here in Vermont from solid, sustainably harvested wood. Natural black cherry is our most popular wood, but pieces are also available in black walnut, oak and sugar maple wood.

Summer is finally here and so is our fantastic Summer Shaker Sale! Save up to 20% on any of our fine American-made Shaker Style Furniture pieces. By ordering today, you can receive 10% off one piece of furniture, 15% off two pieces or 20% off three or more pieces of hand-crafted, Vermont-quality furniture. With free shipping and our lifetime guarantee, you can save big on this summer sale!


Shaker style furniture is all about clean lines, simple form and durability. You can choose from shaker bedroom furniture with gentle arches and basic features or customize a dining room set that highlights more modern elements of today’s furniture trends. Shaker furniture can also be made to accommodate your living room or home office! Browse through all of our shaker collections to discover your options.

Our heirloom quality furniture is skillfully crafted in Vermont from real hardwoods by talented furniture makers. All of our furniture comes in sustainably harvested Cherry, Maple, Oak, or Walnut woods. The choices are endless with Shaker Style Furniture. You can shop for your new furniture securely, easily and conveniently from our online store. Or contact us by phone, toll-free at 888-390-5571 to place orders or discuss your questions about our Vermont made, fine wood furniture. This Sale ends at midnight on July 24th!

* Excludes Copeland, Artisan & Barnwood furniture


Loryn Dion is a Marketing Assistant at Vermont Woods Studios, an online furniture gallery which showcases Vermont's finest wood furniture. Follow our blog to learn about Vermont fine furniture, Vermont happenings, our mission, and our team.

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.

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