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Shopping for high quality, handmade solid wood furniture this Labor Day weekend?   We're having a 15% Storewide Sale through Tuesday, September 4th. Check it out!

Because this is back-to-school time, most of the furniture sold in August and September is sort of disposable… you know what I meant, right?  Even Kendall (I'm embarassed to say) had to make an emergency trip to Ikea to pick up a portable bookshelf for his dorm room.

Most people just assume that the furniture they buy is going to be on the curbside in 5-10 years.  It's part of the "planned obsolescence" strategy which ensures furniture stores that future sales will be strong.

So why, at Vermont Woods Studios are we selling heirloom quality, fine furniture that's backed by a lifetime guarantee? It probably seems foolish to many.

But quite honestly, here's the reason why:  Heather's taken three orders today from repeat customers who love their Vermont made furniture. It's the real thing and there's nothing quite like it. 

In an age when few things last for decades (let alone generations) we're proud to be selling Vermont made furniture and it seems only fair to back up our promise of quality with a lifetime guarantee. 

If a lifetime guarantee on fine furniture is important to you, how 'bout letting us know on our Facebook?

 

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.

 

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If President's Day weekend inspires you to think about making an effort to buy more American made products, check out this website, Americans Working.  It's the best one I've found for researching where to buy American made things. 

It seems to me we all want to do our part for the economy and to help create American jobs.  Take a few minutes to browse or search through this site for an American made version of your next big purchase… maybe furniture, appliances, clothing, building supplies… whatever.  You can browse by type of product or by state where it's made.

You'll see lots of familiar brands which you'll recognize for superior quality.  And you'll be pleasantly surprised to see that American made products don't always cost more.  But when they do there is greater value due to higher quality.  It's time to give American made products another chance!

 

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.