Boston Magazine: A Wellesley Home Showcases Her Favorite Things
Wednesday, 1 Mar 2017
When interior designer Nikki Dalrymple and her husband moved from Charlestown to this Wellesley home three years ago, she gained not only the space to explore her aesthetic, but also carte blanche to let her imagination roam free. That said, it had taken a while for the couple to find a house—she wanted a place she could gut-rehab, but he wanted something turnkey. This 1906 house was a great compromise, she says. Its layout worked for how their family lived; it simply needed a “cosmetic facelift.”
Dalrymple was so clear in her design approach that just a week after she and her husband closed the deal, they began renovations—redoing the electrical work, painting and wallpapering, and re-staining the floors from “a horrible yellow-orange tone” to a deep, rich walnut color. They also removed many of the home’s built-in cabinets and bookshelves to create a feeling of openness. “I wanted each room to feel like anyone could walk into it at any time and relax, and feel like they were in their own home,” Dalrymple says.
The Manchester Journal: A Forest of Monarchs
Wednesday, 5 Oct 2016
Third Thursday series features Peggy Farabaugh
Bennington>>This past summer, Peggy Farabaugh, founder and owner of an online sustainable furniture store specializing in high-quality, eco-friendly, heandmade wood furniture from Vermont, Vermont Woods Studios, sponsored an educational tour around the Northeast for Jose Luis.
Thom Smith | Naturewatch: Restoring the reign of monarch butterflies
Friday, 2 Sep 2016
Here is an idea for monarch enthusiasts who love traveling:
I spoke with Maraleen Manos-Jones, who coordinates Monarch Butterfly Tours in Mexico, and she explained there remain some openings for her award-winning eco-educational tours, with the monarchs returning in greater numbers than the past few years.
Vermont Public Radio: A Cross-Border Collaboration to Protect Monarch Butterfly Habitat
Tuesday, 30 Aug 2016
Monarch butterflies are known for epic migrations, traveling thousands of miles every year. Their route can span from Mexico to Canada, which makes it difficult to protect monarchs, because there's no one single habitat to preserve.
Peggy Farabaugh, is the founder and CEO of Vermont Woods Studios in Vernon, a sustainable furniture company. She's trying to create the kind of collaboration that will protect monarchs. She has joined forces with Jose Luis Alvarez, a Mexican tree nurseyman who started the organization, Forests For Monarchs.
Champlain Valley News: Save the Monarchs Heads to ECHO
Tuesday, 30 Aug 2016
Colchester, VT-The Save the Monarchs tour is headed to ECHO today. It's part of the initiative to save the monarch butterfly. Jose Luis Alvarez, the founder of Forests For Monarchs and Peggy Farabaugh, the owner of Vermont Woods Studios joined us on Local 44 Morning Brew to tell us more.
Woodworking Network: Vermont Woods Studios Owner Leads Multinational Effort to Save Monarch Butterflies
Sunday, 21 Aug 2016
Vernon, VT- Vermont Woods Studios owner, Peggy Farabaugh, says she has partnered with two business owners in Mexico and Canada, to help save the habitat of the Monarch Butterfly. The tour is aimed at raising awareness of the endangered Monarch...
Brattleboro Reformer: What Can You Do To Save the Monarchs?
Friday, 19 Aug 2016
Vernon>>Locals are invited to gather for an educational talk and to show support around the declining population of monarchs. Vermont Woods Studios (VWS), a small business that sells locally crafted wood furniture, is sponsoring, "Save the Monarchs" tour with Mexican monarch butterfly habitat expert Jose Luis Alvarez.
Featured in: Made in America-A Buyer's Guide For Donald Trump
Wednesday, 3 Aug 2016
From Jasper, Indiana to Youngstown, Ohio, down to Norfolk, Virginia, we found 61 furniture and frame manufacturers right here in the United States.