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Vermont Farm Table Set: New Clearance Sale Item

November 20th, 2013 by Peggy Farabaugh

Vermont Farm Table | Cherry Wood | Black Base

The Vermont Tavern Table Dining Set is priced at just $3999 after a 40% discount from our regular price (a savings of $2500).  The table is handcrafted with a thick, solid cherry wood top and a maple wood base that’s finished with durable black paint. It’s in our Stonehurst fine furniture showroom now and available immediately.

Neville and Martin have been working with Dennis and Kelsey to create a new Furniture Clearance Sale section for our website.  This beautiful Vermont Farm Table, Tavern Bench and Ladderback Chair Set is currently housed there– and it’s the best deal in our store.  So if there’s anyone out there like me… perhaps with a spouse who “occasionally” gripes about the price of things you NEED for your home– here’s your big chance!

The Vermont Tavern Table Dining Set is priced at just $3999, after a 40% discount from our regular price (a savings of $2500).  The design of the dining set has been modified– this set has been discontinued and will no longer be offered exactly as you see it here.

So, if you love early American design, give this bargain some serious consideration.  The table is handcrafted with a thick, solid cherry wood top and a maple wood base that’s finished with durable black paint. The base is traditionally crafted with large turned William & Mary style legs (legs are removable to make moving the table easier). The table top is finished with a satin, durable GREENGUARD® certified eco-friendly varnish that stands up well to everyday wear and tear.

Unlike most of our furniture which is made to order, this Vermont farm table is already in our showroom and available immediately.  Shipping usually takes a few weeks, but if you pick it up at Stonehurst, you could have it in your home for Thanksgiving dinner!  Some lucky family is going to be enjoying turkey and apple pie around this beautiful table– why not make it yours?



Vermont Made Farmhouse Tables

March 30th, 2012 by Peggy Farabaugh


This Vermont made farmhouse table is made to order with your choice of woods. Choose 100 year old reclaimed barnwood or newly harvested local wood.

Vermont Farmhouse Tables are exploding in popularity, not only in New England but all across America.   Many artisans working throughout Vermont specialize in reclaiming and rejuvenating antique barnwood and transforming it into artistic dining tables, coffee tables, extension tables, cupboards, buffets… even beds.  The result is unique, custom made furniture filled with warmth, charm and American history. 

And farmhouse tables aren't just for country decor.  Interior designers and home owners are discovering the authenticy that real American barnwood brings to modern metropolitan homes in Manhattan, Boston, Washington, DC and even as far away as Los Angeles.  Apartment Therapy, for example is a good one for showcasing some of the best interior designs that combine traditional farmhouse tables with modern, contemporary chairs.

We've created a Reclaimed and Rejuvenated Pinterest Board to display some of the interior design ideas we're seeing for Vermont Farmhouse Tables handcrafted from antique barnwood.  Check it out and let us know what you're doing with these unique, custom made pieces of Americana.



Vermont Farm Tables

September 17th, 2010 by Peggy Farabaugh


Handmade Vermont farmhouse tables are a good reflection of the creative and frugal nature of New England's most passionate Yankee craftsmen.  If you've driven through our Green Mountain state lately you've probably noticed the sad demise of some of our historic barns and buildings.  Over 200 years of wind and rain and snow have left these antique treasures in desperate need of rebirth. 

Lucky for them, Vermont has many talented craftsmen who've taken on the mission of reclaiming the old barnwood boards and timbers and milling them into beautiful farmhouse tables.  "Old wood – new life!" as our friend and expert craftsman Raphael Groton says.

Can you imagine the amazing qualities of wood that make it as beautiful, strong and durable today as it was 200 years ago?  And even after standing out in the rain and snow all that time?