Vermont Woods Studios Adds Catalina Walnut Pieces to Existing Hardwood Furniture Collections
Online PR News – 14-August-2012 – Vernon, VT – Copeland Catalina walnut furniture is the newest modern collection to be added to Vermont Woods Studios’ online gallery. Vermont Woods Studios is a top retailer of American-made, handcrafted, fine Vermont furniture.
“Mid century, modern, 1950s American design is what the Copeland Catalina furniture collection is all about,” says Peggy Farabaugh, owner of Vermont Woods Studios. “Handcrafted in Vermont and made to order, in natural solid black walnut or maple wood, you can customize with your choice of finish and a variety of knob or pull options.”
Catalina combines the clean, unadorned lines of the International Modernists with organic and geometric forms. This bedroom and home office furniture is suggestive of the works of America’s Mid-Century Modern designers. The years following WWII were a time of uncertainty but also of great hope and progress. Designs of the period reflected that sense of hope and the promise of an ideal future. In our current period, one can find comfort and nostalgia in Catalina’s retro-modern shapes and sensibilities.
High end, designer wood beds, dressers, chests, night stands, mirrors, desks, TV stands, bookcases and more are available with Copeland Catalina furniture. Customize wood colors and stains, sizes, and furniture combinations in this exclusive collection.
“We are proud to partner with Tim Copeland and his crew of fine furniture makers to bring this luxurious and affordable furniture into homes all across America”, says Farabaugh. “Because Copeland’s workshop is just down the road from us, we work very closely with them. Our partnership enables us to offer a low price guarantee on all Copeland furniture as well as free and safe shipping to our customers, world-wide.”
Vermont Woods Studios has been offering sustainable Vermont Made furniture online for 6 years. Their work has been recognized by national media including The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, ABC World News, Fox News and The Weather Channel