Dining Furniture Sale | Vermont Farm Table | Tavern Table
This Vermont Tavern Table, bench and chair set features a popular Early American design.  The table is handcrafted with a thick, solid cherry top and a maple wood base that’s finished with a highly durable black paint.  The set is discounted by 40%.  It’s a great deal.  Not ready to purchase yet?  Check out next month’s big President’s Day furniture sale for more great bargains!

Douglas and Dennis are on a mission to constantly keep our furniture showroom fresh and interesting.  Each time customers come to visit  Stonehurst things will look a little different.  Right now it’s the snowy white show outdoors that’s most exciting but there’s quite a bit going on inside too.  The guys like to move furniture off the floor frequently to make room for new styles and designs.  That’s good news for anyone looking for a deal, a bargain or a discount.

Shaker Dining Furniture Sale | Handmade in Vermont | Solid Cherry Wood Tables and Chairs
This is a boat-top shaker dining table made of solid natural cherry wood.  Dimensions: 32/42″w x 48″l with one 18″ leaf.  On clearance sale for 30% off.

Today we’ve got a dining furniture sale going on with tables, chairs and benches on clearance.  Time to move ‘em out.  These are all top quality, handcrafted, solid wood pieces, made in Vermont and New Hampshire.  If you’re in the neighborhood or plan to pass through southeastern Vermont on your way to a ski resort, stop by and have a look.  I can now truthfully say, a visit to Stonehurst is worth the trip.

Live Edge Dining Table | Real Solid Wood Furniture Sale | American Made
A Live Edge Dining Table  with matching benches.  Handcrafted  in Vermont of solid natural cherry wood.  Clearance sale price is 40% off.  Call Liz for details, dimensions and pricing.

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.