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.
Handmade by Vermont Craftsmen, our hardwood furniture is customizable and made just for you. Choose from Dining Tables, Chairs, Buffets, Hutches, China Cabinets & Sideboards. Buy that long time missing piece or a whole new dining suite.
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
*$1,000 minimum order to qualify for sale prices
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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.