Vt-wood-festival 2011 marks 15 years since the Vermont Fine Furniture and Wood Products Design Competition began as a modest idea back in 1996.  With Vermont being the Fine Furniture Capital of America it was felt that we needed additional venues to showcase the beauty and diversity of Vermont's wooden wares and the people who create them. 

 

Vt-woodworkers Although Vermont is perhaps most famous for our high end, luxury, custom studio furniture, the design competition is set up to include all types of Vermont woodworkers in areas such as: carvings, sculptural, production furniture, turnings, jewlery, kitchen accessories and more.  Entries are separated into students and professionals and can be submitted here.

We've had the pleasure and privilege of attending all of the design competitions and the concurrent Fine Furniture and Woodworking Festivals over the years and I have to say they keep getting better every year.  Many of our friends and colleagues have been awarded prizes including Robin Chase, Arthur Weitzenfeld, Daniel Omondi, Rick Schneider, Breeze Verdant and others.

Both the design contest and the furniture festival take place annually at the Union Arena in Woodstock, VT and this year the date is September 24-25, 2011. 

If you're a Vermont woodworker you HAVE to check it out.  And if you're looking to purchase fine handmade furniture or just spend a day running your fingers across it, mark your calendar now.  You'll be glad you did.

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.

2 thoughts on “Vermont Fine Furniture and Wood Products Design Competition

  1. I bought furniture from you. It was everything we expected and about $2k less than our local furniture specialist would have charged us for a similar custom table and chair set.

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