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What Makes Maple Corner Woodworks Unique?
Tucked away in Central Vermont's rolling hills is a quintessential New England furniture studio called Maple Corner Woodworks. Our friend, Robin Chase started Maple Corner Furniture in 1982 when he built a woodworking studio adjacent to his home in Calais, Vermont. Robin wanted to provide people with beautiful, elegantly designed wooden furniture that would last a lifetime.
Striving towards and adhering to the highest standards in quality, consistency, and design, Robin's creations are uniquely his own.
The MCW team finishes their wood furniture with a non-toxic, zero VOC linseed oil. Several coats of polyurethane oil are then applied by hand to the tops of tables and case-goods to add additional protection against water and scratches.
Its easy to see how this quaint workshop nestled in small-town Vermont consistently produces some of the finest furniture made anywhere in the world.
Save 25% With the Purchase of 4 or More Pieces
The purchase of 4 or more pieces qualifies for a 25% make your own set discount, which will appear in your cart once the required quantity of items has been selected.
World Class Design & Craftsmanship
Robin Chase, the founder and master craftsman at Maple Corner Woodworks, is a true visionary when it comes to furniture design. Many consider Robin a generational woodworking talent, and it is not uncommon for us to fill an entire house full of his creations.
Maple Corner Woodworks Construction Details
Learn more about the materials, finishes, and techniques employed by craftsmen at MCM, including joinery techniques, hardware, and customizations.
Maple Corner Woodworks: Testimonials & ReviewsRead More
Maple Corner Woodworks, located in Calais, Vermont, creates some of the finest wood furniture made anywhere in the world.
Spotlight on: Maple Corner WoodworksRead More
The Andover Modern bedroom set is a newer addition to Maple Corner Woodwork's catalog but it's quickly gaining popularity. Andover fuses traditional Shaker and modern design.
Shaker vs Mission Style Furniture: What's the Difference?Read More
Shaker style furniture originated from the Shaking Quakers in the late 1700’s and early 1800’s. It wasn’t for another few decades that mission style furniture began to emerge. Both styles originated in New England.
5 of the Best Oil Finishes for Wood FurnitureRead More
Generally speaking, oil finishes are eco-friendly, food-safe, and non-toxic. They're also easy to repair and produce a more textured grain pattern than many alternatives.
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