Vermont Woods Studios Handmade Furniture


Vermont Woods Studios Featured in Inhabitat

July 24th, 2013 by Kelsey Eaton

Vermont Woods Studios Mentioned in Inhabitat

Our “Mini Story” in Inhabitat

We are always happy to collaborate with organizations that make sustainability a central part of their mission, which is why we were really excited to see that we were published in Inhabitat! Inhabitat is a weblog that is dedicated to sustainable design, green innovation, and technology; they write and post stories related to sustainable building practices, materials, architecture, and design! Like us, they believe in a more conscious and ecologically focused future. I would  consider them the Number 1 source website for sustainable design news around the globe.

If you are interested in green building, energy efficient home living, green interior design, emerging technologies, renewable energy, or sustainable product design– Inhabitat is most definitely the place you should go for some of the most interesting sustainability related stories around the web.

Another thing we love about Inhabitat is that they are constantly streaming information throughout the day, so there is never a shortage of sustainable stories to read and be inspired by! Also, stories are short and to the point (what I like to call, microstories) so you can get a wealth of information without having to search for the good stuff. Links are always provided so the reader can do independent research of their own, pretty neat!

Join in on the eco-conversation and learn more about the Inhabitat community by checking out their Facebook and Twitter pages!




A Nod from the New York Times

July 5th, 2013 by Peggy Farabaugh

New York Times | Deals | Furniture and Home Decor

Thanks to Rima Suqi of the New York Times for including Vermont Woods Studios 4th of July Fine Furniture Sale in the Home and Garden section of yesterday’s paper. 

Our thanks go out to Rima Suqi of the New York Times for including Vermont Woods Studios 4th of July Fine Furniture Sale in the Home and Garden section of yesterday’s paper.  We were featured along with Nancy Koltes fine Italian bedding, Decor NYC, an upscale furniture consignment shop and Liora Manné, maker of custom luxury textiles.

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A few details about the sale:

Our Independence Day Fine Furniture Sale is the biggest sale of the year– you’ll save 20% storewide*.  It’s your chance to get 100% American made hardwood furniture at a great price.  Shop online anytime for 5 more days… until July 9th.  Shipping is free!    Shop securely, easily, and conveniently from our online gallery. Or if you prefer stop by Stonehurst, our Vernon Vermont showroom or contact us at 888-390-5571 to order by phone or discuss your questions.

* excludes Copeland, artisan and outdoor furniture, $2000 minimum order


Check us out in Nationalist Magazine!

July 1st, 2013 by Kelsey Eaton

Vermont Woods Studios Featured in Nationalist Magazine

Nationalist Magazine’s July Cover

American Pride is on high this week– especially with the 4th of July being just a few days away and all!  This is pretty exciting for us because A) all of our products are made in the USA and B) we were recently featured in Nationalist Magazine, a fashion lifestyle magazine that features exclusively American made products, artists, and designers. Nationalist highlighted the fact that all of our products are environmentally friendly, sourced in the US, and true to Vermont Style! We were eager to collaborate with a team that is just as passionate about their ideals as we are. We’d like to extend our sincerest gratitude to the Nationalist team for featuring us in their publication!

The July issue of Nationalist mag is their first anniversary issue, and its full of great content for those of you who love style, design, and products that are made in America! Be sure to check out their most recent issue, our piece is on page 179-180!

Feel free to check them out on Facebook!


Conscious Connection: Eco Friendly Furniture Article

June 17th, 2013 by Peggy Farabaugh

Eco Friendly Furniture Article by Anthony Chiaravallo of Conscious Connection

Anthony Chiaravallo of Conscious Connection profiled me and our eco-friendly furniture in his magazine this week.  Thanks Anthony!

Big thanks to Anthony A. Chiaravallo, Founder & CEO of Conscious Connection Magazine for featuring Vermont Woods Studios sustainable, eco friendly furniture this week.  Conscious Connection is widely regarded as the leading cultural creative magazine.  It spotlights a “global community of thought leaders, entrepreneurs and visionaries advocating for global peace, personal transformation and eco-creative living”.

Kelsey and Anthony have been collaborating on CC’s Creative Home Living Series that focuses on incorporation of sustainably and locally sourced products into the home.  We join green living expert Susan Inglis of the Sustainable Furnishings Council SFC,  earth conscious designer Barry Dixon and many others in Anthony’s series on green home design.

Check out this beautifully-designed and thought-provoking venue if you’re looking for the latest on:  Social Business, Health and Fitness, Eco Design and Creative Lifestyle.  If you love it as much as we do, let Anthony know on his Facebook.



The Future of Vermont’s Wood Furniture Industry

January 30th, 2012 by Peggy Farabaugh

Vt-furniture-expertsToday a new ten year strategic plan for Vermont's wood furniture (and other wood products) industry was unveiled by the Vermont Wood Products Marketing Council.  The 2020 Vision For The Vermont Wood Products Industry provides a roadmap for our $1.8 Billion wood products industry in VT to capitalize on the state's reputation as the Fine Furniture Capital of America.

At Vermont Woods Studios Furniture we hope to be a major player in the industry's growth. We believe that American home owners are increasingly looking for sustainabilty, quality and authenticity in their home furnishings.  That puts Vermont in an excellent marketing position as our furniture makers have consistently focused on those attributes for 200 years, producing a superior, high quality product at affordable prices.

Conversely, the vast majority of American furniture has been outsourced to Asia for the past 30-40 years in favor of cheap production.  However as customers grow ever more weary of low-quality, imported furniture that's a health risk to their families, Vermont's tradition of quality workmanship and natural, sustainable materials will be important in rejuvenating the American furniture industry.  And our woodworking community's ethic of collaboration rather than competition will be instrumental in leading the path forward.

We extend our thanks to the Vermont Wood Manufacturer's Association for making this report possible and look forward to working with our friends throughout the industry to get it implemented.