Scattered across rural Vermont towns are workshops large & small where the handed-down tradition of crafting high quality, solid, functional and lasting furniture pieces continues
Vermont Woods Studios works with independent furniture makers in the Green Mountain State to showcase their work and offer their products to you online and through our Stonehurst showroom.
Our furniture makers receive fair compensation for their considerable talent and are paid a living wage, in a safe and healthy work environment
We work with Vermont furniture makers both large and small. Some of our craftsmen work individually, some work with a couple dozen other woodworkers, while others employ about 50 to 100 craftspeople each.
Each individual workshop has its own preferred methods and procedures for sustainability (which we are happy to discuss further based on the workshop your furniture will originate in) but one thing we share is that the “green” values we speak of have been passed down through generations of Yankee woodworkers.
We can say with honesty that for Vermont woodworkers, practising sustainability is not a new idea. A respect for the land has been a consistent part of our culture throughout history.
As seen in the locavore movement where Vermont farmers are at the heart of a booming organic & local food industry, we’re paving the way for a sustainable furniture movement driven by the handcrafted works of local Vermont woodworkers