True or False: Women owned businesses make of 25% of employer firms.
If you guessed false, then you guessed right! Only about 20% of all businesses are owned and run by women. Remarkable Things at Stowe Craft & our sister store, Remarkable Home, are one of those 20%! Here’s another one. (more…)
Stowe Craft Gallery is excited to present the new Vermont state lazy susan in partnership with Sticks Object Art and Furniture out of Des Moines, Iowa. For years we have offered Sticks pieces to our customers, and we are over the moon excited to have a lazy susan made by Sticks of our very own!
The amazing artisans at Sticks along with the staff at Stowe Craft Gallery teamed up to brain storm the perfect Vermont state lazy susan. Sticks has created several state lazy susans over the years, but most have been done for states in the midwest. But who can blame them, being from Iowa that is their bread and butter! So, we put our heads together and wanted to show all the beautiful seasons of Vermont on a single lazy susan. (more…)
Almost everyone knows about “Black Friday” shopping. But what about Small Business Saturday? On Black Friday you get up early in the morning to join crowds of people at big box stores to find the best ‘deal’. Pushing, bad words, and anxiety are often found on Black Friday as well. Small Business Saturday in contrast to Black Friday encourages individuals to go support your local mom & pop stores. Warm smiles, a good conversation, and a business you can trust! We love Small Business Saturday at Stowe Craft Gallery! (more…)
We’ve been busy the past couple of weeks getting ready for the arrival of a new line of rustic and industrial modern furniture. The furniture is perfect for those who are just beginning to create spaces of their own.
To make room for the new arrivals, Susan closed down her stained glass studio space. Did you know that she had a large stained glass studio below the design center for over 30 years? She worked with customers from all over the country creating incredibly intricate and beautiful custom architectural stained glass for their homes and businesses. “Where did the time go? As we get busier and busier with interior design projects, I saw I was spending less and less time in my studio,” she explained. “Kieran, also an interior designer, worked magic getting me to part with my treasured glass,” she continued. And while it is bittersweet to see her studio go, she is excited to diversify the offering at the Interior Design Center. The new showroom downstairs is big enough to feature the new line of furniture, old lamps from her personal collection, and a variety of sale items. (more…)