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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.

Vermont Woods Studios Reviews: A Visual Diary

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As an avid online shopper myself, I know how important it is to see some solid online reviews before you go ahead with your purchase. We have dozens of great Vermont Woods Studios Reviews from our customers posted here, here,  and a few on our Facebook page-– but we also have a great collection of visual photos of Vermont Woods Studios furniture in people’s homes across the United States right on Pinterest. This isn’t exactly a review, but if the customer is happy enough to send us a photo of our furniture as its actually lived in… that’s a great sign.

When I’m shopping online, customer photos will often inspire me to go ahead and actually buy an item I’ve been dreaming about forever. In particular, I sometimes shop for clothes online and absolutely love seeing the clothing item on a real person. It makes it feel more real, more honest, and more “homey”. The same could be said for furniture, as seeing the pieces in home gives you a great idea of how it might look in yours.

Granted, some of the photos are small and others aren’t the best when it comes to photography, but they all have character and are unique to the style and personality of the home itself. We like that, and we hope you do too.

So go ahead and check out our customer photo board on Pinterest and let us know what you think! If you have a photo of your own to submit, we’d love to see it. Send all customer photos and Vermont Woods Studios Reviews to info@vermontwoodsstudios.com!

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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.

Kelsey Eaton takes on @ThisIsVT!

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I’m excited to announce that I’ll be running @ThisIsVT on Twitter this week! @ThisIsVT was created by the Vermont tourism department in an effort to reveal the diversity & culture of Vermont. Each week a different Vermonter gets to run the account and share what life is like in their neck of the woods. This week I’ll be sharing all of the things I love–local beer, great food, our fine Vermont made furniture, music, and bellydance!

I invite you to join me on this tweet-tacular adventure as I share photos and stories about life as a 24 year old social media marketer in Southern Vermont! See you there!

 

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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.

MyWebRoom: Virtual Interior Design to Organize your Life

Check out this WebRoom created using some Vermont Woods Studios furniture. Can you spot what pieces are ours? Hint: They include some of our more unique Vermont made artisan pieces.

So what is MyWebRoom all about?

MyWebRoom is a digital platform where you can organize your life in a visually beautiful and interesting way. You can organize & interact with your favorite products, websites, and friends!

In the same way that you might organize a room in real life– a television for your entertainment, books for reference, notebooks for writing, etc… you organize your digital life with MyWebRoom. For example, do you see the cute little puppy standing on the yellow rug? In your WebRoom, you can click on the puppy and be brought to a page with tons of great pet websites. Many of the pages are auto-suggested but you  have the option to add your own favorite sites too!

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The pet option is just one small feature of MyWebRoom and all of its greatness. You’ll find that practically any type of site you can imagine, can be organized in your WebRoom. Plus, you have the option to choose from hundreds of great decor pieces to make your room look as stylish as you like it! So head on over to MyWebRoom and get to organizing your digital space today! 

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