Rustic Log Furniture — 11 Comments

    • You probably don’t need any books. Log tables are easy to build. You should be able to find everything you need for free on the Internet and a good library. Do the research and see how it goes. If you still feel unsure, then visit a big bookstore in a major city and spend a few hours looking at the log furniture books. Buy the best one or two if they look helpful.

  1. I’m making a table similar one of yours. What do use to get that smooth, clean, shiny look? Is there a process you have to follow for applying and drying? Thanks

  2. This is my 1,001 post on this blog. Altogether there are 1,123 blog posts here including Kelly’s.

    Look closely to see the defects from pine beetles. (Small squiggly lines where they tunneled under the bark.) This adds a lot of character, in my opinion. And like I said it helps create a more carefree, worry free attitude since little dents and dings won’t show. This is in stark contrast to high dollar custom furniture with white upholstery that no one gets to use because “it might get dirty”.

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