Maple Season: Celebrating a Vermont Tradition With Tables Made of Maple

Maple sugaring is a time-honored tradition in Vermont. You don’t grow up here without enjoying sugar on snow and fresh maple syrup on your pancakes. Our furniture makers are big fans of maple, and some of them make maple syrup themselves, but all of them love maple for making beautiful furniture. Maple is Vermont’s “local exotic” wood, and here are just a few pieces that celebrate the beautiful amber waves of maple grain.

Spalted Maple Side Table by Bob Gasperetti

Marco’s Rectangular Table by Charles Shackleton

Maple Leaf Dining Table by Dan Mosheim

Sugar Maple Taffy Table by Dave Hurwitz

Birds Eye Maple and Cherry Console Table by Eric Sprenger

Contemporary Cabriole Leg Table by Jim Becker

Drop-Leaf Table by Jason Breen

Tavern Table by Mario Messina
Tiger Maple Dining Room Table with Turned Legs by Paul Donio
Tiger Maple Coffee Table With Drawer by Paul Wilson
Hall Table by Paul Zenaty

Birdseye Maple and Walnut Art-Deco Side Tables by Ray Finan

Quilted Bubinga-Maple Crescent Table by Rick Haver
Hard Maple Relief Carving on a Coffee Table by Steve Robinson

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