For Two Weeks Save on Handcrafted Vermont Made Bedroom Furniture
Not just made in America. Our furniture is made in Vermont. We’re a small state making a big statement about American craftsmanship and sustainability. In a time where you may not know and most likely don’t know where your furniture originated from, our work is even more important.
From the table you eat off of to the bed you sleep on each night, you can relax a little more knowing all of it was made, start to finish in Vermont. Now, some of the wood in our furniture comes from other states…naturally Vermont isn’t as abundant in cherry and walnut wood as other northeastern states, but all the wood is sourced from the United States.
Why is that important? Because climate change is real. And, our industrial practices have a real impact on our environment. We’re trying to make an unsustainable industry sustainable. From mass deforestation to harmful chemicals and cheaply made products and underpaid workers, the furniture industry is a large contributor to man-made environmental damage.
All of the workshops we partner with to bring you beautiful Vermont made furniture, practice sustainability. From how the wood is harvested to ensuring a livable wage for the woodworkers, our Vermont craftspeople care about the quality of your furniture, too.
That is why we want to make sure you can enjoy it for years to come.
For two weeks–from Friday, January 20 through Thursday, February 2–you can save specifically on our Vermont made bedroom furniture. You’ll save 10% off one piece of furniture, 15% off two pieces and 20% off three or more. We’re bringing the savings to you, so you can bring Vermont made furniture to your home.
From modern and contemporary design to Shaker and traditional style furniture, we have something for everyone.
This is furniture that will last a lifetime and is free of toxins and underpaid labor.
We hope you will join us in furnishing a greener world, one piece of furniture at a time.
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.