Vernon, VT, August 23, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- Local online furniture store, Vermont Woods Studios, is taking on designer fashions and high-end style by offering a new collection of furniture conceived by organic architect Frank Lloyd Wright. These pieces, crafted by the woodworkers at Copeland Furniture, are created to be unique, modern and embody the spirit and legacy of the late designer.
Frank Lloyd Wright’s passion for the natural world and the ideas of democracy are deeply imbedded in his architectural and interior designs. Wright had a strong belief in designs that were in harmony with its surrounding environment. Wright designed furniture, windows, textiles, and other interior elements to complement a house’s exterior and to bring the natural world into every room.
One of Wrights’ most famous concepts, the Usonian home, which was a design for the urban American home in the 1940’s and can still be seen today in western ranch style houses, is styled into one of the sub-furniture lines of the Frank Lloyd Wright Collection, also named after the concept.
Copeland Luxury Furniture reflects Frank Lloyd Wright’s passions for the natural world, his appreciation for organic, beautiful furnishings and his insistence that excellent design be a part of every American home. Wright’s Prairie Style dining tables surrounded by tall-backed chairs create a luxury “room within a room” setting for dinners, holidays, and small, intimate gatherings.
“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 Peggy Farabaugh, co-owner of Vermont Woods Studios. “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.”
Every piece of Frank Lloyd Wright Furniture by Copeland is named for the house it was originally designed for and bears Wright’s signature, date of manufacture, and unique serial number.