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.
With all the family feasts around the corner, now’s a great time to buy during our Fall Dining Furniture Sale.
I recently wrote about how much I love Fall in New England and one of the reasons was all of the food we traditionally eat this season. Apple pie, apple crisp, butternut squash soup, beef stew, pecan pie, turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes….yum! I don’t even need Thanksgiving to consume all of this food. It’s the season of eating for sure.
The holidays are catching ground so don’t get caught off guard-save on new dining furniture now!
I know, it’s July. Why am I bringing up the holidays now? I questioned myself as I thought of what direction to go in for our Summer Dining Furniture Sale blog post. Just last week I went into Target to look for some outdoor patio decorations and the entire seasonal section was turned over to back to school supplies–nearly two months before school starts!
Exeter Collection: Out with the old and in with the newest in dining furniture.
Who says a table has to have four straight legs? We don’t. And, we’re happy the craftspeople behind Copeland Furniture agree. Our idea of table design is really put to the test with the new Copeland Exeter Collection.
Why are Wood Dining Tables a Staple of the American Household?
Inside most typical American households you will find one common item in the dining area– a wood dining table.
You could eat off a glass top table or a metal table or even a plastic table, but for some reason, wood is what we love best. So why wood? I think for many people, wood makes an important emotional connection that maybe we’re not even consciously aware of. A customer once told Peggy that she came to us because of the natural, organic aspect of our wooden furniture. She said that trees are actually a source of spiritual sustenance and renewal for her. This passage about trees written by woodworker and naturalist Brian Clifford reflects this sentiment:
A tree is a thing of beauty and wonderment, huge, but full of life and movement. A deciduous tree is the embodiment of the changing seasons: a stark framework in winter, bursting life in spring, a vast green canopy in summer and the bearer of seeds and fruit in the autumn. It is the embodiment of man’s condition: birth, life, death, regeneration and rebirth.
For others, it might be that nostalgic image of a happy family gathered around the dinner table for meal time. That quality family time that was most often spent around a wood dining table– sharing stories from your day, planning upcoming family trips, and most importantly, just having real conversation with each other.
With all of the distractions we have at home, from our computers to our smart phones and our TVs’, this family time spent around the table becomes more valuable than ever.
Materials like plastic might be okay for a short term table solution, but wood is the material of choice for those who enjoy enduring, American made quality. The tables we offer are the perfect solution for anyone who is looking for a beautiful piece of furniture made with quality and care. Each piece is carefully crafted in Vermont by skilled local woodworkers who have been crafting this beautiful, top quality furniture for decades.
Cherry is our customer’s favorite, but we can also build your new wood table out of Maple, Oak, or Walnut. Start browsing through our handcrafted selection and find a table you love today. Our wood tables are 100% American made, further reflecting traditional American values, and adding a lifetime of value to your purchase. Feel good knowing that by eating your dinner at an American made table, a talented woodworker is able to put dinner on the table for his family too!