Our Holiday Dining Furniture Sale Features Everything From Modern to Traditional
This time of year you’re probably spending a lot of time with family and friends. If you’re not on the road traveling to someone’s house, you’re probably finding yourself endlessly hosting. I think we can all agree that food and drink are a great way to bring everyone together. And, what better place to bring people together than around the dining table.
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.
We always put so much focus on the tabletop, but what about those legs?
I’m a perfectionist by nature and attention to detail has always been something I pride myself on. That being said, it can make doing things, like shopping for a new dining table, a challenge sometimes. I tend to be really indecisive because I like knowing what I’m choosing is the best possible product for me. I take everything from color, material used, shape, size and design into consideration. But what about the base of a table? It can aesthetically make or break a room, so why do the table tops get all of the attention?
Thanksgiving may have passed, but who says it’s too late to save on a new Dining Room Furniture Set!
So the in-laws have gone and you’re running low on leftover turkey and pie, what do you do now? While you heat up some of that turkey soup and bring it to your dining room or kitchen table, take a look around you. Has your table seen one too many of Uncle Joe’s not so PC jokes or survived Aunt Carol’s inevitable wine spillage? Maybe it’s time to shop for yourself and buy new dining room furniture.
If you are looking for real hardwood furniture and at a savings we have great news for you. Starting today and running for two weeks is our “between the holidays” dining room furniture sale. (12/3 – 12/17) During our sale you can save 10% off one piece of furniture, 15% off two pieces and 20% on three or more pieces of our Vermont made wood furniture.
We can also match your style. At Vermont Woods Studios our Dining Room furniture comes in many styles including: Shaker, Contemporary, Modern, Craftsman and more! You can choose from Cherry, Maple, Oak and Walnut woods with various stain options. All of our furniture comes with a lifetime guarantee! You can shop with ease knowing that our furniture is built to last!
As always, our friendly sales team is here to help with any questions you may have. You can call us toll free at (888) 390-5571 or stop into our historic Stonehurst Showroom in Vernon, VT.
*Sale excludes Copeland, POLYWOOD, Artisan, Barnwood, Custom, Clearance, In-stock and home decor items
Vermont is known for the quality, variety and style of it’s handmade solid wood dining chairs. As we fill our new Stonehurst showroom up with furniture, Douglas is trying to provide lots of different examples of chair styles and woods. We have 37 different dining chairs on our website and most of them are available in a couple different types of hardwood. The best sellers are available for you to sit in and check for comfort and style.
I snapped this photo because it shows the 4 most popular hardwoods for dining chairs and customers often ask for advice on how to choose the best one. From left, the chairs are the:
You can see that the cherry wood chair (far left) has a deep, rich reddish tone whereas the darker walnut chair (3rd from left) is chocolate brown in color. The oak chair (2nd from left) is a lighter wood but it still has lots of grain pattern in it. The maple chair (far right) is the lightest wood, with minimal grain variation.
So how to choose the right wood color for your kitchen or dining room? Well, of course you’re going to want to consider what your dining table is made of. And how the chairs will fit into the rest of your dining area. But don’t feel you have to match the chairs to the type of wood in your dining table or on your floor. Here’s an example of mixing woods that interior designer, Susan Jay put together with our Modern High Back Dining Chairs. Susan used 2 different woods (cherry and walnut) for her chairs and she customized them by sending us a bold, vibrant fabric to upholster them with.
Check out Houzz and Pinterest for more ideas on how to choose the hardwood that best suits your style for dining chairs.
Are you looking for a special color or stain for your wooden dining chairs? Well as a general rule, Vermont craftsman are going to try and persuade you to love and accept the unique beauty that Mother Nature has bestowed upon her different wood species. They (and we) will tend to recommend natural, clear wood finishes that allow the beauty of the wood to express itself. We do however, understand the need for custom stains and finishes and can often accommodate special requests. Try browsing through our dining chairs — many have a pull down menu of stain options. If you don’t find what you want, give Liz or Sean for help. They’re experts at helping customers get exactly what they’re looking for.