Mothers Day is tomorrow, and if you are looking for a thoughtful gift from a local source, you might find exactly what you need right here at Stonehurst. Besides our great selection of wood furniture, we also have an assortment of locally crafted gift items like home decor, accessories, artwork, kitchenware and more! Walk around and you’ll be sure to find something your mother would love. Everything is locally made in Vermont by talented craftspeople and artists, gifts your mom would be proud to own!
Here are 5 of my favorite locally crafted gift items you can find right here in our Vernon, Vermont showroom:
Cricket Radio linens are luxurious and eco-friendly, not to mention stylish! Cricket Radio offers heirloom linen pieces with modern sophistication. Each piece of linen is Eco friendly and handmade in Vermont.
These unique and luxurious pens are made by local Vermont artist, Micah Ranquist. Micah is a local artisan who crafts beautiful handmade wooden pens using a lathe. He began losing his sight at age 3 but that hasn’t stopped Micah from creating elegant pens, bowls and other collectibles made from wood.
These specialty handmade ceramics are the work of Vermont artist, Laura Zindel. Find original hand-drawn roosters, hares, owls, bees, butterflies and ferns applied to a wide selection of dinnerware. Laura’s original collections are all USA made, right here in Brattleboro. Vermont.
For over 65 years JK Adams has been handcrafting high quality kitchenware and kitchen accessories. From knife friendly cutting boards to cookware and spice storage, JK Adams has the solution. All JK Adams products are made in Vermont from eco-friendly, sustainably harvested North American woods.
If you see something you love, or think your mother would love, stop by our showroom and pick up your gift asap!
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.