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  • Custom Wooden Furniture Isn’t Only for Rustic Cabins!

    Bring the Feel of a Rustic Cabin Into the Rooms of Your Home

    If
    you love the look of wood, but you don’t think your home’s decor can
    accommodate a custom piece of wood furniture, then you may want to think again.
    Of all the materials around used for making furniture and other pieces of home
    decor, wood is one that transcends all design styles. This means that you can
    incorporate a wood furniture piece into your home’s décor, regardless of what your
    home’s dominant style may be.

    Here
    are some rustic wooden pieces that will look right at home in your house, so
    you too can enjoy the warmth and comfortable appeal of natural wood.

    A
    Wooden Bookcase

    Whether
    it’s used for your home office, a den, or in the living room, a wooden
    bookcase
    makes for the ideal storage solution for all of your books
    and collectables. After all, it looks great and it makes more sense to store
    your books on a wood piece of furniture instead of on something more
    utilitarian and cold looking. For the perfect blend of stability and richness, you
    will want to go with a custom bookcase
    made from reclaimed wood
    .

    A Pool
    Table

    An all-wood pool table will look great in any game room, no matter how the
    space is decorated. You can choose from something more rustic looking, like a Klondike
    Log pool table
    , or
    something more traditional, like a weathered wood Cheyanne
    pool table
    .

    A
    Solid Wood Desk

    The very best desks are typically
    made from all-wood materials. Wood makes the desk not only stunningly
    beautiful, but it also makes it extremely durable and capable of lasting for
    the rest of your life. Wood desks also come in all shapes and sizes, so you can
    have yours made as simple or as detailed as you like,
    in terms of style.

    A Rustic
    Bed

    Incorporating
    wood pieces in your bedroom will make the room feel cozier and more comfortable
    because wood has a natural warmth to it that can’t be easily replicated by
    other materials. Wood beds also come in a wide range of styles and in a variety
    of different woods, making the choices endless. For example, with wood, you can
    choose the traditional cedar
    bed
    , a classic barnwood
    bed
    , or something even more rustic, like an aspen
    or hickory
    bed
    .

    A Sofa
    or Entryway Table

    An all-wood sofa or entryway
    table
    doesn’t have to look like it should only exist in a log cabin. There are
    several designs that can add a sophisticated
    touch
    to your home while still employing the texture, warmth, and feel that
    you can only get from wood. For many, this is one of the easiest and most
    affordable ways to introduce a wood piece into the design of the home; the same
    applies to entry
    benches
    .

    A Coat
    Rack

    A
    wood
    coat rack
    is solid and strong, and it can accommodate all your family’s
    outerwear. Despite it being made from wood, a rustic coat rack looks perfectly
    normal in the entryway of any home, even when it isn’t holding any coats.

    Buy Wood Furniture Pieces From Log Furniture Place and Save

    Wood looks and feels right at home, no matter what your interior décor looks like. Log Furniture Place specializes in hand-crafting all-wood furniture, just like our forefathers once did. We only use locally sourced materials, including reclaimed wood from barns being torn down.

    If
    you want to introduce the beauty of wood into your home, then shop our
    inventory online and we think you’ll love the selection and prices for our
    natural wood products. We work tirelessly to ensure your complete satisfaction,
    and we back up that commitment with a solid warranty. Contact us today if you
    have any questions regarding our process and/or customization options.

  • Achieving ‘Hygge’ in Your Rustic Home

    Finding Comfort and Enjoyment Through ‘Hygge’

    Denmark
    is consistently named one of the happiest countries on the planet, and it’s not
    an accident, either. The Danish people follow a concept called “hygge” (hoo-gah)
    that enables one to find comfort and enjoyment in the everyday, soothing things
    we find in life. These are almost always the inexpensive things and moments
    that we cherish most.

    Winter
    is a particularly popular time to practice hygge because so much of it revolves
    around being warm, cozy, and comfortable. Sitting down in front of the fire
    with a hot cup of cocoa while wearing your favorite sweater and slippers is the
    perfect example. The feeling you get in this kind of moment is essentially what
    hygge is all about.

    But,
    did you know that you can achieve throughout your entire home? Here are some
    tips to achieve hygge in your rustic home this winter.

    Turn
    the Bright Lights Off

    Bright
    lights can be jarring to the eyes, so they naturally go against the feeling you
    are trying to achieve. Keep your bright overhead lights off unless you’re
    having dinner, and instead use warmer lights like table
    lamps
    , candles,
    and of course, the fireplace.

    DeClutter

    It will be virtually impossible to achieve hygge in a room that is
    perpetually messy and disorganized. So, be sure and tidy your home up and put
    everything in its proper place. Further, you can take the opportunity to remove
    any items that do not bring you intense feelings of joy.

    Surround
    Yourself With Things You Love

    In hygge, you want to be surrounded by the things you love the most, but
    the concept of hygge doesn’t necessarily fit squarely with consumerism. This
    means that everything you surround yourself with needs to be meaningful to you
    and/or to tell a story.

    Things like family heirlooms, gifts from loved ones, memorable vacation
    souvenirs, and other such personal items will help you get the feeling you’re
    going for. Remember, just because you own something doesn’t mean you love it –
    so take inventory of your possessions and keep only what serves you around.

    Feature
    Soft Textures

    With
    hygge, you need to be cozy and comfortable in every room of this house, which
    means that soft textures work always best. Have plenty of pillows, blankets,
    throws, rugs,
    and other soft textured items at the ready, whether you’re in the living room
    or the bedroom.

    Bring
    the Outdoors Inside

    A hygge home features plenty of natural materials, like wood, leather,
    and stone. In a rustic home, you will already be most of the way there – all
    you’ll have to do is to find additional ways to bring nature inside.

    For instance, gather fallen pine tree limbs and make a wreath, collect
    fallen leaves and sticks and some stones to make a centerpiece. Find a handsome
    branch and prop it up in an empty corner – you’re only limited by your
    imagination.

    Enjoy
    Meals Together With Loved Ones

    Among
    the Danish, gathering family and friends around a large
    wooden table
    , sitting on wood
    chairs
    , and enjoying a big meal together is a hallmark of hygge. The
    wood table and chairs bring the natural element to the mix, while the meal and
    loved ones add the sense of warmth and comfort that is key to the concept.
    Dinner is a great time to put away the electronic devices, so you can focus on
    the act of eating together.

    Log Furniture Place Can Help You Bring Hygge to Your Home

    Log Furniture Place is a natural fit for those looking to achieve hygge in their households. All our products are made using locally sourced natural materials, which complement hygge philosophy perfectly.

    If
    you want more hygge in your rustic home, then shop our inventory online and we
    think you’ll love the selection and prices for our natural wood products. We
    work tirelessly to ensure your complete satisfaction, and we back up that
    commitment with a solid warranty. Contact us today if you have any questions
    regarding our process and/or customization options.

  • Shop Our Top 5 Best Selling Rustic Gift Items

    The Holidays Are a Perfect Time to Give the Gift of Home
    Décor

    It’s
    not always easy to purchase holiday gifts for those you love, especially when
    you want to buy that special someone something extra unique and perfectly
    suited for their tastes. The old standbys like jewelry and clothing are okay,
    but isn’t it time you thought outside of the box?

    If
    you need some help thinking of something unique to give your loved one, here
    are five of the best-selling items at LogFurniturePlace.com for you to consider
    during the holidays, or at any time of the year when birthdays and
    anniversaries come around.

    Cedar
    Lake Log Blanket Chest

    A
    Cedar
    Lake Log Blanket Chest
    can hold whatever you want, be it blankets,
    toys, or books, and you can be sure your items will always be safe and
    protected. This best-selling chest is made from Northern White Cedar and
    features a thick solid top and rustic log edging. It’s also available in three
    different types of finishes, and shipping is free. The piece even comes with a
    lifetime warranty.

    Lodge
    Mesquite Lamp With Real Copper Shade

    Our Lodge
    Mesquite Lamp with Real Copper Shade
    adds a
    splash of warmth where it’s needed most. Made from real Velvet Mesquite
    harvested from the Sonora Desert, these lamps are solid and heavy with the
    natural look of the wood making for a one-of-a-kind lamp.

    The shade is hand-made from real copper so your recipient won’t ever have
    to worry about waxing it. If you want your lamp to also have a touch of color,
    turquoise inlays can be inserted wherever the wood is naturally cracked.

    Contoured
    Comfort Country Garden Log Yard Swing

    What is better than relaxing on a swing while gazing into the horizon?
    With our Contoured
    Comfort Country Garden Log Yard Swing
    , this is
    the gift you can offer someone who is truly special. Our log yard swing
    features a tilted contoured seat, which makes it comfortable, smooth, and easy
    to relax in.

    Because this piece is made from Northern White Cedar logs, you don’t have
    to worry about it being susceptible to rot or insects, either. It’s a gift your
    loved one will enjoy for years to come.

    Cedar
    Lake 60" Tall Log Bookcase

    Our
    Cedar
    Lake 60" Tall Log Bookcase
    is one of our best-selling bookcases
    because it offers plenty of space and a warm, rustic design look that fits well
    in any style of décor. Whether your loved one is an avid reader, or they could
    just use a little extra storage, this bookcase makes for the perfect gift. Each
    piece is hand-made from aged Northern White Cedar, so no two bookcases are
    alike.

    Northern
    Exposure Log Glider

    Our Northern
    Exposure Log Glider
    is made by
    hand from knotty Lodge Pole Pine. It is sublimely comfortable and
    smooth-gliding. It’s also available in three different finishes and eight
    different cushion fabrics, so customizing one for your loved one is easy. You
    can even add a gliding ottoman to match.

    Happy Holidays From Log Furniture Place

    Nothing makes a home feel warmer at the holidays than rustic wood furniture. At Log Furniture Place, we specialize in hand-crafting wooden furniture in the traditional ways of our forefathers. Every piece is unique and heirloom-quality. If you want to give someone special a gift that will last them a lifetime, then shop our selection of natural wood furniture and home décor online today. We work tirelessly to ensure your complete satisfaction, and we back up that commitment with a solid warranty. Contact us today if you have any questions regarding our process and/or customization options.

  • Try These Farmhouse Flourishes!

    These Rustic Staples Will Give You That Perfect Farmhouse Look

    A lot of homeowners believe that in order to get a specific look, they must make that design style first and foremost throughout the home. But, this isn’t really the case. For example, for anyone who may be looking to bring the look of farmhouse design into their homes, buying an entirely new set of furniture isn’t necessarily required, though it certainly does the trick.

    You can still get the warmth and character of farmhouse design simply by featuring a few rustic staples throughout your home. Here are some ideas to help you give your home a touch of rustic charm without replacing everything you own.

    Exterior Farmhouse Accents

    The entry of your home says a lot about who you are. If you love the farmhouse look, then including some rustic flourishes on the outside of your home will make your home look homier, warmer, and more inviting.

    Some of the accents you can incorporate include rustic welcome signs, farmhouse-style house numbers, a weathervane, or an old-fashioned mailbox post. Of course, hanging a traditional dinner bell on your porch is practically a requirement!

    Interior Farmhouse Accents

    There’s an endless number of ways you can add the beauty of farmhouse design in your home without breaking the bank. One way is to replace your modern light switch plates with switch plates made from wrought iron or copper. Opting for plates with animal features on them will show your love for nature in every room.

    Hanging a mirror with a log frame in your entry sets the tone for the rest of the home. Match that with a solid wood coat rack, and your entry will serve as the ideal introduction to your farmhouse home.

    As you progress through the home, incorporating rustic rugs and artwork will add a touch of comfort and warmth to each of the rooms, regardless of what your primary design style is. The natural colors and tones found in these items will keep the atmosphere in the room grounded and relaxed.

    You can even feature minor displays of farmhouse design style throughout the kitchen and bath. From paper towel holders and cutting boards to wooden magazine racks and candy and nut dishes, your choices are limitless. These simple and small touches will make a big impact.

    Other ways to bring the farmhouse look to your home include wrought iron curtain hardware and candle holders, whimsical taxidermy, bookends, and clocks. Replacing your old lamps with new lamps made from wood, copper, or other natural materials is another effective way to introduce farmhouse touches in your family room, even if you have otherwise modern décor.

    Looking for Rustic Farmhouse Staples? Shop at Log Furniture Place Today

    Log Furniture Place sells more than just rustic wood furniture. We also sell all the accents and accessories you need to make your home feel cozier and more rustic. Shop online today to find the perfect accents for your home’s décor. We specialize in creating hand-crafted wood furniture and accents using locally sourced materials. Plus, everything we sell is backed by a solid warranty.

    At Log Furniture Place, we are committed to providing our customers with the finest shopping experience, as well as some of the most competitive prices around. Contact us today if you have any questions regarding our process and/or to learn more about our custom furniture options.

  • 5 Easy DIY Projects to Upgrade Your Cabin

    Do-It-Yourself Projects to Make Your Cabin Even Better

    Living in a log cabin is one thing, but when you’re able to create a genuine rustic feel to your home, that’s when you take your cabin to the next level. More than any other type of home, a log cabin is connected to nature. So, it makes sense that you want to keep the natural look and feel of your cabin’s structure everywhere on your property, both inside and out.

    If you’re looking for a few DIY projects that can add a touch of rustic charm to your cabin, then here are five projects to get you started.

    Build a Fire Pit

    A fire pit is the perfect accessory to any log cabin. It’s ideal for sharing stories with the family, cooking hot dogs and s’mores, and for spending chilly autumn evenings outside. But, the best part about a fire pit is that it is easy to build and it serves as the ultimate disposal solution for fallen twigs and branches on your property.

    Build a Firewood Seasoning Shed

    In addition to fallen limbs and branches, you’ll also need logs for your fire pit. So, you can set aside a piece of your property specifically for splitting wood. Next to your splitting station, you can build a simple seasoning shed to keep your wood dry and protected all winter long.

    This will make it easier and cleaner for you to fetch wood for your fire pit or indoor fireplace. You can make the shed as simple or complex as you like, but here’s how to build a basic firewood seasoning shed.

    Strip the Finish From the Logs and Re-Finish Them

    If your log cabin’s exterior is starting to lose its luster, then it might be time for a complete restoration. The first thing you’ll need to do it strip the old finish from the logs. The best way to accomplish this is to use a vacuum media abrasive blaster and ground-up corn cobs. This is an effective and affordable abrasive media that won’t damage the surface of the logs. Another option is to use CO2 blasting.

    Even though these processes don’t damage the wood, they can cause the grain to become raised slightly. This will require you to sand and smooth the wood before applying the new coat of sealant. Look carefully for any signs of damage or wood rot and repair them as necessary.

    Lastly, apply your choice of wood sealer according to the manufacturer’s instructions to complete the exterior’s restoration.

    Go Solar

    A log home is one that is built with nature in mind, so it makes sense for it to be even more “green.” Adding solar to your log cabin will make it energy independent and ensure that you always have the power you need regardless of the weather (if your panels are positioned where they can receive full sunlight throughout the day).

    You can even install a solar thermal heater to heat your water instead of relying on gas or electric. Your cabin will be much more energy efficient, and you’ll enjoy the savings even more.

    Install Hardwood Flooring

    If you purchased an older log cabin and it came with cheap laminate, tile, or carpet flooring, then consider installing hardwood flooring instead. This will give the home a beautiful and rustic floor that looks like it belongs. As a side benefit, it will also increase the resale value of your home.

    When you’re looking to upgrade your log cabin, remember that the more rustic it looks, the better. At the Log Furniture Place, we hand-craft our furniture from the finest rustic materials, so you can sure everything me make will fit beautifully within your cabin’s design. Visit our online store today to see what we have to offer.

  • Build the Log Cabin Dream Home You’ve Always Wanted

    Ready to Finally Build That Log Cabin Home of Your Dreams?

    There’s something special about a log cabin. One look at the structure, and all you can think about is how comfortable and cozy it must be in there, especially in winter with the hearth lit and the snow falling outside.

    But for far too many people, their dreams of living in a log home are just that – dreams. If you are one of the brave folks, and you want to make your dream a reality, then we say good for you! Read on for a list of our tips when you’re ready to start building the log cabin dream home you’ve always wanted.

    Know Your Budget

    A log cabin’s cost varies based on its size and the quality of materials used. You also need a piece of property if you don’t already have one, and this can also add to the cost. So, before you start planning your log home, you need to know how much money you’re going to be working with.

    Review all your debts and income sources, and create a budget. Know the budget inside and out, and look for ways to free up more money. Pay off any debt you can and get rid of luxury items that cost you more than the value they’re providing you with.

    Custom Design or Stock Plan?

    When considering your home’s layout, you will have to make the decision between a custom design and a stock plan that may be available from your builder. As enticing as a custom build might be to you, there are several reasons why a stock plan may be a better option, especially for a first-time log cabin owner.

    For starters, a stock plan is going to save you a lot of money. Then there’s the fact that the builder has built their stock plans numerous times over, so any construction issues will have already been engineered out of the plan. Thus, your builder will be able to build your log cabin quicker, more efficiently, and for less money than a custom job.

    Go With an Open Floor Plan

    Choosing an open floor plan will not only make your home feel larger, but it will also save you money and eliminate wasted space. An open floor plan features no hallways, so construction and material costs will be lower, and your cabin will have the type of floor plan most buyers want, which will benefit you if you ever decide to sell.

    Keep the Cabin’s Width Below 30 Feet

    In a log cabin build, a 30-foot width is the highest you’ll want to go if you want to keep your costs down. The reason is because structures that are higher or wider than 30-feet require larger and longer support beams, and naturally, the longer the logs, the more expensive they’re going to cost.

    Ceiling Height Considerations

    If part of your log cabin dream image consists of cathedral ceilings, then keep the cathedral ceiling in the great room, but keep the ceilings in the rest of the home around the eight-foot mark. This will allow you to enjoy the grand feel of the open space in your great room, while keeping the rest of the home easy and more affordable to heat and cool.

    Build Your Dream Cabin in Stages

    The most important thing when it comes to building a dream log cabin is to accept that you don’t need to build the entire thing in one project. Instead, you can build your dream home in phases.

    Doing this will not only help you stretch out your building expenses, but it will also enable you to add to your home to suit your future needs. An example of phase-building includes building the base cabin in phase one, adding a wrap-around porch in phase two, a garage in phase three, and maybe an in-law’s suite in phase four.

    Outfit Your Log Cabin With Authentic Log Furniture

    With your log cabin built, your next step will be to outfit the interior with furniture that’s appropriate for your living space. From rustic wood bed frames to a charming wood kitchen to tables and chairs and more, there are dozens of different ways to bring the beauty of the outdoors into your dream cabin.

    At Log Furniture Place, we use locally sourced materials to handcraft all our products and we back everything with a solid warranty to ensure you are 100% satisfied when you receive your purchase. We work tirelessly for our customers and offer some of the most competitive prices around, which is why we're the top log furniture store online. Contact us today if you have any questions regarding our process and/or customization options.

  • Transform Your Living Space With Rustic Furniture

    Using Rustic Furniture to Create a New Look for Your Home

    The rustic look is simple: it’s rugged, natural, and also comfortable and timeless. If you are looking to transform your home in order to evoke a simple yet beautiful feeling from your home decor, the rustic decorating style may be ideal for you.

    Bringing rustic furniture and decorative elements into your living areas is a great way to give your home a more natural, organic feel. In this post, we will look at some of the ways you can transform your living spaces with rustic furniture and other elements of the rustic or lodge style.

    Choosing Rustic Furniture for Your Home

    The rustic style is first and foremost about the sophistication of a more rugged nature that is beautiful because of its incorporation of natural materials. Many different types of natural materials are used to create the rustic look, and to make rustic furniture. Rustic furniture, whether it’s new or well used, always feels comfortable and inviting.

    Rustic furniture relies on several basic materials that typically are left in close to their natural state. Wooden pieces of furniture, for example, are often made of peeled logs or rough-hewn boards, and are sometimes hand-carved, or lathed and worked with hand tools.

    Natural Materials, Rustic Furniture

    Rustic furniture can be stained, oiled, or painted, but the rustic style of decorating values warmer tones and more natural-looking or organic materials. Treatments that highlight or show off the natural grain and knots of the wood used to construct the furniture are usually easier to incorporate into rustic decor.

    The furniture used in rustic decor is also often chosen to help create a sense of log cabin, mountain lodge, or deep forest cottage atmosphere. When it is paired with other rustic architectural elements such as open beams, rustic wood flooring, or an unfinished stone fireplace, and rustic decorative elements like taxidermied trophies, woolen throws, and brass fixtures, it creates a sense of comfort – a sense of home.

    Bedroom, Kitchen, and Bath in the Rustic Style

    When redecorating your home in the rustic style, using rustic furniture to create that lodge feel, remember not to limit yourself to just the main living areas of the house. The bedroom, kitchen, and bathroom can all benefit from the addition of rustic elements, including rustic furniture.

    In the kitchen, decorate with antique milk glass or mason jars full of various natural foodstuffs, or put your antique cast iron on display. You don’t have to convert your kitchen to antique appliances, but if you are looking to replace your appliances, then be sure to look for new ones that feel like they’re vintage. Consider removing the doors from your cabinets, or replacing your cabinet and drawer hardware with something antique in appearance.

    In the bedroom, a timber or log furniture bed frame is a great way to bring in the rustic style. Set off your choice of bed with natural textile sheets and blankets, and a handmade quilt. Finish the room with an antique or reclaimed wood nightstand and an antique lamp. In the bath, brass fixtures and natural accents can go a long way toward carrying the rustic decorating theme into an often-used and often-neglected corner of your home.

    Easily Transform Your Home With Rustic Furniture

    Using rustic furniture and design elements in your home to create a feeling of coziness will make you, your family, and your guests feel a sense of warm welcoming in your home. This is thanks in large part to the naturally welcoming qualities of the organic materials used in the creation of rustic furniture.

  • East Coast or West Coast—What’s Your Favorite Style of Lodge?

    Decorating in the Lodge Style

    Decorating interiors in a rustic or lodge style began in the mountains of Europe. Out of necessity and because the roads were not very good (that is, when there were roads), most lodge keepers would fashion their own furniture and decorations out of what they had on hand or from the supplies they could get nearby.

    Rustic, rough timbers; bent wood furniture; leather; animal skins; river rock or slate – these were the primary materials used to furnish and decorate the historic European mountain lodges. And when Europeans came to North America, of course, they brought this style with them.

    The History of the American Lodge Style

    At first, the style was used in frontier cabins, but as the frontier moved westward, so did lodge style furnishings and decoration. Fast-forward to the eighteenth, nineteenth, and twentieth centuries, and we first see lodge style decorating in the lodges being built in the wilderness areas of the east coast. Then later, the style spread throughout the upper Midwest, the American Southwest, as well as the mountains and along the rivers and beaches of the west coast.

    The Finer Points of East Coast Lodge Style

    Because lodge style furnishing and decorating rely heavily on available nearby materials, there are big differences between the style of the East Coast lodge and the style of lodges in other areas. In the east, the majority of the historic lodges were built throughout the nineteenth century. Some echo the Old World charm of European lodges, while others are more distinctly American Colonial in style.

    The construction, decor, and furnishings of these lodges relies on the local shale and granite stones available from either quarry or from nearby streams and rivers; the pelts of local deer, fox, bear, and other large animals; and bent willow and hardwoods from the local deciduous forests. These materials dictated the style used to decorate East Coast lodges, a great example of which can be seen in the Adirondack-style lodge.

    The Rustic Tradition of West Coast Lodge Style

    Out in the West, no matter if we’re talking about lodges high in the Rocky Mountains, High Sierras, or Pacific Northwest Cascades, the style of West Coast lodges also depends on available local materials. In some areas, this may mean volcanic rock, while in others, it may mean granite. Across the west, the availability of softer woods – fir, pine, hemlock, and spruce – also meant diversity in decorating.

    Further, as many lodges in the west were built in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, loomed textiles (like the incredibly popular Pendleton wool blanket), allowed for more diversity in the appointments of rustic style. A great example of West Coast style exists in the Timberline Lodge, a WPA-built lodge located at the treeline on Mount Hood in Oregon.

    A Word About the Southwest and the Great Lakes

    The lodges of the Great Lakes states and the American Southwest also have their own distinctive styles, though the lodges of the Southwest are more closely related to the lodges of the West Coast, and the Great Lakes lodges owe more to their Eastern cousins than the lodges out West.

    So Which Lodge Atmosphere Is Your Favorite?

    Do you prefer the East Coast, Adirondack style of lodge with its bent wood decorations, rustic wood interiors and flagstone touches? Or do you prefer the West Coast, national park style of lodge with its fir timber construction, volcanic rock touches, and loomed wool throw blankets? Both styles are rustic in origin and favor whatever local materials are readily available, and the good news is that they play well together, too. So maybe you don’t have to choose, after all!

  • Quality, Handcrafted Rustic Furniture Could Save Humanity

     Our Robot Furniture Overlords Have Arrived

    "Step One Nearing Completion. Step Two: Strap Human to Cheaply Made Chair."

    Okay, so maybe it is still up in the air as to whether automated, assembly will be the undoing of us puny humans, but you have to admit that robots doing EVERYTHING is more than a little unnerving!  What does a person have to do to find quality, handcrafted rustic furniture??

    Is this funny to you?!

    Second Rate Will Make You Irate

    We realize that there is a market for inexpensive, cheaply made furniture for a reason.  Some people don't care about craftsmanship, can't afford quality built products, or don't realize the lack of quality they are paying for.  But things are just getting ridiculous...

    Popular Swedish Furniture made from particle board.
    Particle board loosely translates to cardboard in Sweden?

    Surely, we aren't the only ones that yearn for the days when it meant something to purchase a handcrafted product!  Remember when a big furniture purchase meant heirloom pieces to pass on to the kids? Heck, even to THEIR kids!  Well thanks to our Robot Furniture Overlords, those days seem numbered.  Around every corner lurks a crappy piece of furniture made in a rush, with inferior materials, with poor craftsmanship, or attention to detail.  A lot of times, real, solid wood isn't even used in the building process!  We don't want to be curmudgeonly, but how do we fight back?

    Teach your kids to build or create something for themselves. It's good for the soul!

    Quality, Handcrafted Rustic Furniture Is What We're Great At

    Fear not, all is not lost.  Not yet.  There are those of us who are fighting the good fight.  Resisting our Robot Furniture Overlords and their cheaply made furniture army.  It may take several weeks, but in the end our handcrafted, solid wood, rustic log & reclaimed barn wood furniture will be built and delivered.  You'll be proud to purchase and own furniture that you can pass down to your children.  We sure are proud to build it for you.

    Whether it's putting together the highest quality, handcrafted rustic dining furniture,

    We don't mess around when it comes to quality, handcrafted rustic furniture!

    or maybe you've had your eye on a brand new, quality, handcrafted rustic bedroom set.

    Sometime's it's good to go dark.

    Maybe you've really need to upgrade to quality, handcrafted rustic bathroom furniture.

    This reclaimed beauty will make you weep.

    No matter what kind of furniture you're in the market for, be sure to do your homework.  Buying rustic and log furniture is a big investment.  We want you to get it right the first time, and at Woodland Creek's Log Furniture Place, our master craftsmen are ready to ensure that happens.

  • These Rustic Antler Chandeliers are Perfect for Any Space

    Deliver an unmatched lighting experience with these rustic antler chandeliers.

    It's empowering to be boldly rustic.  As a result, you lift up your chosen space, which is especially true when it comes to lighting.   Rustic antler chandeliers, for instance, can play a pivotal role in interior design, some fancier than others of course.

    No Matter What Size Space, We Have a Chandelier For You

    If you’re looking to light an entrance, an adjacent book room, or a small dining area; the Elk Tripod 3 Light Antler Chandelier would be perfect. Offering sufficient light, the 3 light version of the very popular 6 light; offers the classic antler design in which no one antler is the same. Authentic natural shed Elk antlers deliver the best craftsmanship. Transform your space today.

    Illuminate Your Next Dinner Party With Flare

    The Elk Tripod 6 Light will cast a larger radius of light offering the best ambiance possible for your next dinner or hosting event. The light glows and bounces off the beautiful brown tones from the antlers, casting a warm and rich glow. These beauties usually ship within 4-6 weeks.

    This Rustic Antler Chandelier is Destined to Rule Them All

    If you’re looking to create a rustic space that truly transforms the interiors into a mighty destination fit for Davy Crockett, the 30 antler chandelier is for you. Wine and dine in the most exquisite lighting experience; perfect for log cabin homes, lodges, or bigger conference style spaces and entrances. Each antler is picked to display the beauty of mother nature, through the antlers’ vivid lines and the chandeliers 21 lights; bathe and illuminate in what is sure to be the talking piece of the night.

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    Design with Ease

    If you’re still not sure which rustic antler chandelier to choose, one of our rustic interior design consultants can help. Contact us today, and let us know your questions and thoughts; or buy online, all of our products are backed by a 1 year warranty and made in the USA.

     

    Links to source:

    https://logfurnitureplace.com/indoor/lamps-lighting/chandeliers.html

    https://logfurnitureplace.com/elk-30-antler-chandelier-e30.html

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