At Vermont Woods Studios, solid cherry furniture has always been our specialty.  Although most of our craftspeople routinely work in walnut, maple and oak too, cherry continues to be the favorite wood among our customers.  And many are specifically looking for all solid cherry wood, rather than cherry with veneers.

For those customers I thought it might be helpful to compile a current list of some of our most popular collections we offer in solid cherry wood.

Solid Cherry Furniture
Shown here, our Cherry Moon Pagoda Bed, case goods, veritical mirror and night stands all in real cherry wood.
Solid Cherry Furniture
Our Vermont Shaker Moon Bed in Cherry
Solid Cherry Furniture
Our Contemporary Craftsman High Footboard Bed and case goods
Solid Cherry Furniture
Out American Shaker Panel Bed, night stand and chest all in Cherry.
Solid Cherry Furniture
Our Brandon Panel Bed with a low footboard in Cherry.
Solid Cherry Furniture
Our Raised Panel Carriage Bed in real Cherry wood.
Solid Cherry Furniture
Our Classic Flat Panel Bed in cherry.
Solid Cherry Furniture
Our Classic Shaker Flare Leg Boat Top Table and our Classic Shaker Chair #2 all in cherry wood.
Solid Cherry Furniture
Our Modern American Platform Bed
Solid Cherry Furniture
Our Copeland Astrid Cherry Bedroom Set

 

 

Each of these collections is handmade here in VT with solid wood throughout (except the backs of some case goods*).  Sometimes our photos show the furniture in walnut or maple, but you can use the drop down menus to select cherry wood.  Details regarding how these furniture sets are built can be found on our Construction Details pages where you’ll find specifics on joinery, drawer slides, hardware options, premium wood selection, finishing methods, etc.

Tomorrow, I’ll post about cherry furniture that incorporates veneers.  Got questions?  Give us a call or post them on our Facebook.

 *  The backs of case goods in some of these collections are made of furniture grade plywood.  This choice is based on the stability of plywood, versus solid woods which expand and contract with varying humidity levels.  There are many structural and design details involved in a craftsman’s decision to use solid wood versus plywood.  Please check our Construction Details pages for specifics.

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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