Sometimes it’s the details that really make the design.
While some furniture pieces are defined by their clean, straight lines… others are characterized by their delicate edges and curves.
“Curvy” furniture pieces have an undeniable aesthetic appeal, because even the most subtle arches can take a normal piece of furniture and give it an element of whimsy and uniqueness.
Protecting & Preserving Your Wood Furniture
Your handmade wood furniture is an investment that should increase in value over time. How much that value appreciates is dependent on how well you care for it, particularly for furniture with an oil finish. It is essential to follow the instructions below to ensure that your furniture will provide a lifetime of service and
A few tips on humidity and climate control:
Wood Furniture Moves in Response to Changes in Humidity
When wood is part of a living tree, water moves up the trunk, from the ground and through the pores and fibers of the wood, as it travels out to the leaves.
After a tree is cut and sawn into lumber, water continues to move back and forth through
If you’re looking for unique, modern dining room furniture, The Kyoto Collection is for you.
The Kyoto Dining Room Furniture Collection by Copeland takes a traditional Japanese furniture design and fuses it with a Modern Western aesthetic…creating a truly extraordinary dining set.
The broad surfaces, simple geometric shapes, and real walnut wood create a naturally
When I started Vermont Woods Studios seven years ago, most people told me that no one in their right mind would consider buying expensive fine furniture online. But I would. And I figured I was not the only one who preferred researching my purchases on my own rather than being "sold to" in a traditional furniture store.
If you're one of those people too, I'll
Typically Vermont furniture can be distinguished from other American made furniture or imported furniture by the extensive use of real, solid wood. American Black Cherry is the wood most often used in Vermont furniture although sugar maple, black walnut, oak and other local species are also popular.
At Vermont Woods Studios we represent woodworkers and fine furniture makers