Vermont Woods Studios in the News

Ideal Living's Spring Styles

Wednesday, 25 Jun 2014

Modern Media Console

This retractable modern pop-up TV-media console features a sleek rounded front and high-end tambour doors that slide smoothly out of the way to reveal all media equipment. What’s more, the touch of a remote control almost magically raises any flat-screen or plasma TV from the back of the entertainment center for easy viewing.

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New Web Site Sees Light Through the Trees, June 2nd, 2006

Tuesday, 24 Jun 2014

Redwood Forest

Some of the most successful applications of Internet technology continue to be those that harness its ability to link people with common interests, such as Craigslist.org and eBay.com. This is also the idea behind Vermontwoods.com, which brings together Vermont woodworkers, many of whom work in solitude in their own studios, and the consumers interested in handcrafted furniture made from sustainable harvested wood.

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Workinglands.Vermont.Gov 'Gov. Shumlin announces final 16 grantees of the Working Lands Fund

Thursday, 12 Jun 2014

Home Working Lands Enterprise Initiative

“Vermonters are committed to supporting and expanding our value-added farm and forest industries,” said Gov. Shumlin. “By investing in technical assistance and infrastructure projects, these grants will help farmers and those who work our woodlands prosper and grow sustainably for future generations.”

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Brattleboro Reformer: Vernon Business Creates 'Welcome Center' in Historic Home

Wednesday, 11 Jun 2014

Peggy Farabaugh

Peggy Farabaugh wanted to give her customers a "Vermont experience." And that goal has informed every aspect of Vermont Woods Studios' new home: The business has moved into a 220-year-old farmhouse on a former ski area, and Farabaugh has filled it with Vermont-made furniture, local art and a personal touch.

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Conscious Connection Magazine interviews VWS Owner, Peggy Farabaugh

Monday, 9 Sep 2013

Peggy Farabaugh

After weathering hurricane Katrina and losing her teaching job at Tulane because of flooding, she did what any social entrepreneur would do — start a company to save the planet. But it was her deep passion for Vermont’s furniture industry and sustainable forestry that fueled her often challenging rise to success.

Now Peggy is the Founder & Chief Executive Believer at Vermont Woods Studios where she’s grown the company exponentially towards fulfilling their mission of raising environmental awareness.

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Houzz: Strange but True Parallels Between Early Western and Old Japanese Style

Saturday, 3 Aug 2013

Living Room Furniture

When Japanese architect Tadao Ando first visited the United States in the 1970s, he wrote home about Shaker furniture. He admired its extreme simplicity and reserve, which he said had a restraining and ordering effect on the surroundings...

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Nationalist Magazine. Made in America Feature, "Growing Up American: Vermont Woods Studios

Saturday, 13 Jul 2013

Shaker Bedroom Set

Owner & founder Peggy Farabaugh was inspired to start Vermont Woods Studios after reading about animal habitats with her children. Her research uncovered that wildlife habitats were diminishing at a rapid rate due to the wood industry's increased illegal harvesting of wood from these rainforests.

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New York Times: Sales at Vermont Woods Studio, Nancy Koltes and Others

Friday, 5 Jul 2013

New York Times

The New York Times featured Vermont Woods Studios products in their Home & Garden deals section.

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