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  • Tips and Tricks for Mixing Modern and Rustic Furniture

    Can You Mix Rustic and Modern Styles in the Same Home?

    One of the advantages of owning rustic wood furniture is that it can complement just about any other design style, including something as seemingly different as modern. The key is to choose elements that play off each other, so they create a unique blend of textures, colors, and styles that look great.

    If you can’t make up your mind whether you want a modern design in your home or something more rustic and natural, don’t worry. You can have them both! Here are our tips and tricks for mixing these two design styles flawlessly in the rooms of your home.

    Choose Items That Are Similar, But Different

    This might seem like an impossible task, but it really isn’t. By “similar,” we mean two different items that each have something common between them. This can be a similar color, size, or texture, for example.

    Having a few “similar but different” pieces will allow you to display them as a collection, which will be more effective and pleasing to the eye than displaying them each on their own.

    Follow the 80/20 Rule

    When you’re combining design styles, you should choose one as the primary design and the other as the secondary design. Your main style should make up 80% of your décor, with the secondary design elements accounting for the remaining percentage.

    One way to accomplish this is to choose the room’s largest furniture pieces in your primary design style, and a few of the room’s accents and smaller pieces in the secondary style.

    With Multiple Design Styles at Play, Keep Things Neutral

    Neutral wall and furniture colors are recommended when combining styles in a room. This will give the room a canvas on which the different styles will stand out.

    Keep Things Balanced

    Balance is especially important when you’re mixing furniture and décor styles. For instance, the visual landscape of the room should be balanced, so nothing is too high or too low when compared with the rest of the room.

    You also need to blend the styles together instead of having one style on one side of the room, and the other style on the opposite side.

    Place the Furniture in the Space First

    Your furniture will very likely be the largest pieces in the room, so they should be placed first. The reason is because this will be your starting point for keeping things balanced in the space. As you continue to decorate the room, it will be easier to maintain a sense of symmetry as you fill the details with accents and functional elements like lighting.

    Create a Focal Point

    If you have one item that doesn’t have anything in common with anything else in the room, then you can make that item the room’s focal point. The item will stand apart from the rest of the competing décor, and serve as a piece of interest.

    Save on Rustic Solid Wood Furniture at Log Furniture Place

    If you want to represent your love for nature in your home’s design, then nothing does it better than rustic, solid wood furniture from Log Furniture Place. 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.

  • 7 Ways to Use Natural Wood in Your Home

    Using Natural Wood to Bring to Life a Rustic Design Style

    Natural, rustic wood is timeless in its beauty and appeal. So, it’s no wonder why so many homeowners make this material a true focal point in their homes. And, there are so many ways it can be used, it’s limited only by one’s imagination.

    If you want the warmth and charm that’s only available from authentic wood furniture or rustic wood accents, then here are seven ways you can use natural wood in your home décor style.

    1. A Barn Door Sliding Door
      Why settle for a conventional door between rooms when you can have a hand-crafted barn door sliding door? Featuring hand-distressed and weathered alder, this door looks as if it came right from a barn. The included black iron hardware and special staining make each one a unique work of art, and they can be customized to any size opening.
    2. A Wooden Entry Door
      Replacing your old entry door with an elaborate wooden door makes for an inviting entry into any home. Elegantly carved, this type of door shares your sense of taste and style with the world, and every passerby will surely be curious about the rest of the home inside.
      A home’s entry serves as its initial impression in many cases. With a wooden door, your home will always make a powerful first impression, no matter who your guests are or how many times you have them over.
    3. Fireplace Mantel
      If you have a fireplace in your family room, then adding a wood mantel will make it the focal point is deserves to be. A wood mantel brings a taste of the outdoors inside and lends a warm, rustic touch to your family room.
      You can choose from genuine twisty juniper or beautiful pine hand-carved with your choice of wildlife. Either pick makes for a majestic mantel above your fireplace.
    4. Wood Table Lamps
      Even if you live in an apartment in the city, you can still bring the beauty of natural wood home. One way to do this is with a table lamp made from genuine mesquite and copper. The natural grains and striations are visible in the mesquite, and the handsome copper shade is available in five distinct nature designs.
    5. Wood Bathroom Accents
      The bathroom is a great place to fit some wood accents into your home’s décor. From wooden towel hangers to wood toilet paper holders to medicine cabinets and vanities, there are dozens of ways you can bring the warm glow of natural wood into your bathroom. Whether you want a simple wood accent or a complete log cabin-inspired bath, you can go as big or small as you like, making this a great way to add some rustic touches on a budget.
    6. Wooden Pet Beds
      Your pet deserves to be pampered, and what better way to do it than by providing her with a beautiful and durable hand-made pet bed that’s been crafted from authentic northern white cedar? The bed is available in different sizes to accommodate a dog or cat, and it’s free of any harsh or toxic chemicals.
    7. Create a Work of Art
      Reclaimed wood makes for a cheap and easy way to add a touch of wood to the home. And, it can be used to create a wonderful work of original art. For instance, you can use it as a canvas for a painting. Or, you can create custom wood picture frames. You can even use it to create a one-of-a-kind clock or a rustic bench for your entry. If you find a truly unique piece, there’s no reason why you can’t hang it up on its own.

    For Genuine Rustic Wood Furniture, Shop at Log Furniture Place

    Log Furniture Place specializes in hand-crafted solid wood furniture. All our products are created from locally sourced materials, and everything we sell is backed by a solid warranty.

    We are committed to providing our customers with the finest products and services in the industry, 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.

  • These 5 Common Cleaning Mistakes Will Destroy Your Rustic Wood Furniture, Here’s How to Avoid Them

    Maintain the Look of Your Rustic Wood Furniture When Cleaning

    The beauty of rustic wood furniture is in its natural grains and color variances. As many people would agree, wood has textures and tones that look their best when they are left in their natural state. But, just like everything else in your home, you will need to clean your wood furniture from time to time. Unfortunately, how you’re cleaning it could be doing more damage than good.

    As durable as rustic wood is, it can be easily damaged if you use the wrong products or the wrong techniques. Here are five common cleaning mistakes that will destroy your rustic wood furniture, and how to avoid them.

    1. Using Furniture Polish
      Furniture polish manufacturers market their products to consumers for their wood-protective qualities. But, a lot of commercial furniture polish on the market is laden with oil and silicone, and this oil can wind up making your furniture more susceptible to fingerprints and smears. This results in you having to wipe the furniture down again and again; over time, the oil and rubbing can start to impact the surface of the wood.
      You can avoid this problem by wiping your rustic wood furniture with a clean, barely damp cloth. That’s all you need to do to clean the surface of your wood furniture.
    2. Using Too Much Water on Your Wood Furniture
      In many ways, water is the natural enemy of wood. Use too much water too often, and the wood will start to absorb it. In time, this will result in parts of the furniture becoming swollen and waterlogged. Once the wood swells, there really is no way to restore it without some serious work involved.
      The rule of thumb with water is to use it as sparingly as possible on your wood. Barely damp is the way to go. Water should never be left to stand on your wood furniture.
    3. Using Feather Dusters
      The most common way to clean wood furniture on a regular basis is to simply dust it. But, you want to avoid using a real feather duster because these types of dusters have sharp quills that can sometimes leave scratches in the surface of the wood. Instead, you should dust the wood using a soft, clean, lint-free cloth.
    4. Scraping Away Melted Wax With Metal
      Candles can look especially nice when they’re set on a rustic wood table, but if the melted wax runs down onto the table, it can be difficult to remove without marking the wood in the process. You will want to avoid using anything metal, like a knife, to remove the cooled wax.
      The best way to clean wax from your wood table is to chip the hardened wax away using an old credit card. If some residue remains, then place a soft, clean cloth over the residue and run a slightly warm iron over it. The wax should melt and stick to the cloth, leaving the surface of the wood clean and undamaged.
    5. Applying Too Much Wax
      Wax is ideal for preserving your wood furniture and giving it a more durable surface. But, too much of a good thing isn’t always better. Apply too much wax, and the wood will start looking cloudy and less attractive.
      Whether you use paste wax or liquid, the general rule is to apply the wax in light coats, rubbing it into the grains of the wood. The wax should be allowed to dry, followed by a light buffing to bring out the shine.
      If you are using liquid wax, then you may need to apply coats more frequently as it provides a thinner coating than paste wax, which can last up to two years before it needs to be re-applied.

    Shop at Log Furniture Place for Genuine Rustic Wood Furniture

    Log Furniture Place uses locally sourced materials to handcraft our rustic wood furniture. Everything we sell is backed by 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 to learn more about our customization 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.

  • Maintaining Your Log Cabin in Winter

    Winter Is the Best Time of Year to Enjoy Log Cabin Living

    Old man winter is heading our way faster than you might like, so there’s no better time than now to get your log cabin ready for the cold and wet weather. There’s nothing like the rustic beauty of a log cabin, but a log cabin’s exterior has two natural enemies that it must deal with all year round: sun and water.

    Because of this, fall is when you want to check for any problems summer’s sunshine might have caused and repair them before the wetness of winter rolls in. With that in mind, here are some things you’re going to want to do when prepping and maintaining your log cabin for winter.

    Inspect the Finish on the Wood

    The UV rays produced by summer’s harsh sunshine can break down your cabin’s finish, making it susceptible to absorbing moisture and rotting, so the first thing you should do is take a walk around your home to look for signs of degradation.

    The wood should still have most of the color you applied if you used a colored stain. If you used clear stain, then the wood should still retain its natural beauty and luster. But, if you find areas where the color has dulled, or the wood has turned black or dirty looking, then these areas have lost their finish.

    Look closely at the wood that is closest to the ground, as this wood is most at risk of becoming damaged by moisture.

    Test the Finish if You’re Unsure

    If you’re a new log cabin owner or you’re just unsure if your finish is still holding up, then you can test the finish by spraying water from a hose onto the section of the home you’re concerned about. If the water beads and runs down the logs in rivulets, then the finish is still working. But, if the water turns patches of the wood darker, then these areas have lost their finish.

    Test the Wood in the Unfinished Spots

    If you have patches of wood that turn dark with the water test, then you need to see how bad the moisture problem is. Take a nail or screwdriver and press the tip into the wood. If the tool sinks into the wood, then you will have to scrape out the damaged wood and fill the hole in using an epoxy wood filler. Let the epoxy dry and then apply a fresh coat of sealant over the areas that need it.

    Inspect the Seals

    The sun’s UV rays can also cause the seals on your home’s exterior to become dry and brittle, thus increasing the risk for air gaps and insect infestations. While you’re checking the finish, pay attention to the seals between the logs, around the windows and doors, and your chimney flashing. If you see areas where the seal is cracked, stretched, or missing, then remove the bad section and apply fresh caulk.

    When checking the flashing around your chimney, make sure there are no wasp or bird nests inside your chimney, and check that the rain caps on your roof are in place. If necessary, call in a chimney sweeping service to get your chimney primed for use.

    Inspect the Gutters and Eaves

    Clean your gutters and downspouts often during fall to ensure they remain open and unclogged, so they can be ready to handle winter’s wet weather. When cleaning your gutters, check the eaves for signs of discoloration. If you notice patches of discoloration on your eaves, then this is a sign that water has been allowed to stand too long.

    Clean Vents and Exhausts

    Any exhaust or vent that exits your home, such as the dryer duct or kitchen or bath exhaust, should be inspected to ensure nothing is clogging them. It’s not uncommon for birds to build nests in these locations over the summer.

    Lastly, install a new air filter in your home’s furnace. With these tasks done, you’ll be able to enjoy the warmth and coziness that you can only get from a log cabin in the winter.

  • Finding the Right Lodge Style Decor for Your Home

    Rustic Decorating for Your Own Home

    Decorating your home in timeless lodge style is either a trend right now, or soon will be again. The décor style is just that popular, and the lodge-style never really goes out of fashion. Elegant and simple at the same time, it evokes a gentler, cozier time and gives you and your guests a feeling of warmth and relaxation that may not be matched by other decorating styles.

    Luckily enough, decorating in the lodge style doesn’t have rigid rules, either. You’re allowed to bring your own tastes into play as you work to define your own take on lodge style. Of course, you’ll need to know where to get lodge style decor for your home and what to look for when it comes to new and used decorative items, furniture, and fixtures, but we’ll cover all of that in this post.

    Defining Your Own Take on Lodge Style

    Before you start shopping, it pays to spend some time looking into what’s out there for inspiration and to get some ideas about the look you’re shooting for. Essentially, you’ll want to keep a focus on what will work in the specific spaces where you’ll be decorating. Pinterest is a great place to go and search for decorating ideas.

    A quick search for “lodge decorating style” will turn up thousands of images for you to sift through, offering ideas and narrowing down what you’re looking for and hoping to accomplish in your space. You may find that you favor a more East Coast Adirondack lodge style, or you may go for a more Western alpine lodge look. Regardless of the style you choose, knowing what you’re looking for will make finding it that much easier.

    Where to Get the Goods: Lodge Style Décor Shopping Made Easy

    Decorating in lodge style may require a bit of legwork on your part, depending on what you are hoping to do. There are many vintage and antique items that can contribute to your lodge style decor, as well as many contemporary items that you can purchase new. Additionally, lodge style can include objects you harvest directly from nature (or purchase from someone who does).

    Country stores, farm stores, antique malls, estate sales, second-hand stores, resale hardware stores, and contemporary boutiques can all be great resources for finding items that are lodge style, or at least compliment it in some way. What you’re primarily looking for is rustic or homey items that seem like they’d be completely at home in an old-time lodge in the mountains.

    And don’t worry if you can’t find the perfect vintage piece of furniture – online furniture retailers can be a great, quick way to find rustic decor, lodge furniture, and other elements of the look you’re trying to create in your home.

    Creating a Sense of Home With Warm, Cozy Decorative Elements

    Whether you choose to go with antique horse blankets, contemporary wood furniture, nautical instruments as art objects, bent-wood furniture and frames, antique brass and nickel light fixtures, or whatever you think lodge style means—you’re sure to find it. Lodge style is about comfort and bringing a feeling of warmth into the home. Good luck and happy decorating!

  • 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.

  • Rustic Design Ideas To Spruce Up Your Bathroom

    If you’re looking for rustic design ideas to change up the look and feel of your bathroom by adding warmth and natural tones, then you’ve come to the right place.  These durable, solid wood rustic furniture pieces will spruce up your bathroom and give you a cozy, rustic vibe for years to come.

    Beautiful Rustic Bathroom Vanities Built Right

    The Cedar Lake Rustic Log Vanity Collection is the perfect way to spruce up your bathroom. It looks fabulous with stone, tile or medium to dark wood floors; and the warm, toasty color it provides adds depth to any space no matter what size.

    Rustic Design Ideas Cedar Log Vanity

    This rustic vanity piece is fashioned to form a true, log furniture aesthetic; made from solid Northern White Cedar logs. Each log is peeled by hand, a process that leaves some of the cambium layer intact for extra character and individuality. Talk about true craftsmanship.

    Rustic Solid Wood Washstands are Making a Comeback

    The Cedar Lake Bathroom line not only can craft and deliver beautiful natural looking vanities; it also revives some of the classics like this solid wood washstand your great grandpa may have used.  Made in the USA, these solid wood counter tops come from real wood and have natural distressing, that really enhances that rustic charm you are looking for!

    Rustic Design Ideas Solid Wood Washstand

    They come in various sizes, from 24 - 42” to  48” - 72”.  See below for additional details on each.

    Washstand Configurations

    • 24" - 42" Vanities with Sink Center will have two doors.
    • 36" - 42" Vanities with Sink Left or Right will have drawers on one side and doors below sink.

    A Double Duty Rustic Design Idea Made for You

    This solid wood double duty toilet paper and magazine holder for the bathroom is a perfect rustic design idea for freeing up floor space. For those who enjoy some reading, your magazine and books will be protected by solid natural cedar slabs.

    Rustic Design Ideas Magazine & TP Holder

    This piece comes with mounts, so you can securely place it anywhere you would like. Available in a clear finish or honey finish to match your rustic decor and or room.

    Don’t Wait. Get These Looks Today

    Transform your bathroom into the rustic escape you’ve always dreamed of all while taking advantage of some of the best prices online. So don’t wait, our rustic design consultants are standing by. Please give us a call or reach out to us online; we are more than happy to help and answer any questions you may have.

  • 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.

     

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

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