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Our Skyline Panel Bed in Cherry with Walnut accents.

Being a sustainable company may be trendy now, but how do you know if what you’re buying is truly sustainable?

Our company was founded with the mission to save the rainforest. If you don’t know, we are a wood furniture company that uses only sustainably harvested wood from here in the Northeast. It’s been 10 years and we still guarantee that. Now it seems big name brands to celebrities are getting in on the action. With so many products and brands now claiming sustainable practices and resources, it may be hard to tell if the products you’re using really are eco-friendly.

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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.

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It’s Time For Our Spring Make A Set Sale

If you’ve shopped with us before you may have noticed our sales center around a room or a style as true with many retailers. The more you buy from that room, the more you save. But what if your furniture shopping list is more like some odds and ends? We get that, and that’s why we offer our Make A Set Sale every spring!

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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.

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A Labor Day Furniture Sale in Honor of all that You Do

As the summer months come to a graceful fold, it is high time we all have a little celebration. We work hard, some of us all through the summer months. Labor Day signifies the closing of our sunnier months here in New England but it also carries a dual meaning: to acknowledge our social and economic achievements as dedicated worker-bees.

At Vermont Woods Studios, we are no strangers to hard work. Our Vermont-American made furniture is born through the diligent and tireless hands of our crafts people. The Stonehurst staff are happy to announce that in honor of the upcoming holiday, all of our furniture is 15% off.

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As the last of the summer sun shines luminously on our Stonehurst studio, we will be here and ready to support you in finding the best piece of furniture to fit your needs. Come and take a reflective drive through Vermont to our peaceful space and find the perfect reward for your year of achievement.

Vermont Woods Studios is a company of real people with a real desire to furnish a greener world. As living, breathing humans we know that Labor Day is a prime-time for last hurrahs and picturesque cookouts with families and friends. Which is why our sale will start on September 4th and go through September 10th.

Enjoy this holiday, you earned it. When it’s all said and done and none of us can deny the vibrant fall that awaits us, the sale will still be here, waiting to connect you to what you deserve.

*Copeland, Barnwood, Artisan, Clearance, Home Decor, In-stock and POLYWOOD  are not included in this sale.

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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.

Sustainable, Organic Furniture from Vermont
At our Stonehurst home decor store, we’re lucky to be able to show Vermont’s sustainable furniture in a natural environment…  our showroom is in the middle of meadows & woodlands!

Vermont’s natural, sustainable furniture is simple and elegant.  It’s history hails back to the Shakers but today’s interior designers are re-discovering it, as modern green design trends continue to flourish. When it comes to bringing the outdoors in, what could be better than organic, real wood furniture?  How about…

Wildflowers at Stonehurst | Fine Furniture Store | Vermont
Here’s today’s view of Nina’s Stonehurst garden which customers love seeing from our showroom.  Trenton mowed a path through the meadow for anyone wanting to wander down and have a closer look.  Check out “Before Pictures” on Kelsey’s earlier post about planning the garden with  birds, bees and butterflies in mind.

Organic, Real Wood Furniture Embellished by Colorful Wildflowers

This Spring Nina designed and planted a wildflower garden in the backyard at Stonehurst, Vermont’s newest furniture & home decor store.  She and Dennis asked other staff members to tear themselves away from their computers now and then and help till, plant, weed and water (check out Kelsey’s story about how Nina chose flowers that would provide food and habitat for our birds, bees and butterflies).  Their efforts have really paid off as the garden is now in full bloom, providing beautiful floral arrangements for the showroom (as well as pollen & nectar for our friends in flight).

Rebecca Arranging Wildflowers at Stonehurst | Fine Furniture Store | Vermont
Rebecca’s arranging wildflowers for Stonehurst:  it’s a place to find both traditional & modern styles, organic & sustainable materials, honest craftsmanship and friendly people who are passionate about what they do.

We’ve had a lot of fun trying to integrate the sustainable furniture in our showroom with other elements of Vermont’s natural landscape this summer.  Being in the midst of a 100 acre woodland allows us to offer customers a real appreciation for where their furniture comes from.

If you’re interested in sustainability and looking to incorporate green products into your home decor, come and visit us at Stonehurst.  Any questions give us a call.  Oh yes… you certainly can bring a picnic lunch and a bottle of wine!

 

 

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.

Sustainable Furniture Store

People often ask me why on earth we located our new sustainable furniture store in the middle of Vermont’s woodlands.  The truth is that I don’t see Vermont Woods Studios as a furniture store.  Yes we have IMHO a beautiful showcase of the best quality handmade furniture Vermont has to offer.  But our business was built first and foremost, out of my passion for wildlife & forest conservation.  I wanted to show people where their furniture comes from.  And I wanted to appeal to them to buy furniture and flooring that come from forests that are re-planted and professionally managed for wildlife & sustainability.

We located Stonehurst in the foothills of the Green Mountain National Forest…

  • so customers could enjoy the 100 acre woodland we’re on and experience the beauty of the forest
  • so we could raise awareness about forest conservation and the fact that much of the wood furniture and flooring in America is made from imported rainforest timber that’s being mowed down at the mind-boggling rate of over 1 acre/second
  • so we could persuade people to buy American made furniture and flooring– a healthier, more sustainable choice for both people & planet
  • so we could inspire people to change the world

For the first 7 years our Vermont Woods Studios was an online furniture store.  Our staff worked out of a spare bedroom in my house.  When customers wanted to visit us we would invite them to Ken’s tiny workshop in the back of the house.  But as business grew and more people wanted to visit, we figured maybe it was safe to set up shop in a more suitable location.  From the very beginning we knew it had to be in the woods.

Next post: Learning to manage our 100 acre woodland for wildlife conservation.

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.