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Log Furniture Place Blog | Rustic Furniture Information & Tips

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Is the Rustic Look Right for My Home? Um, Yes—And Here’s Why

    Why You Need to Quit Worrying and Embrace Comfort and Style

    You may be thinking about redecorating your home soon, or you may be about to decorate a new home for the very first time. If you’re anything like many Americans, you may be thinking about finally trying to unify the hodge-podge of decorating styles you have going currently into one well-composed style.

    If you’ve always liked the look of rustic style decoration and furniture, now’s your chance to bring the log cabin look into your home. Maybe you stayed at a lodge last summer and fell in love with the furniture, fixtures, and decorative elements. Whatever the reason, you no longer need to be afraid to take the plunge into rustic-style decor.

    This post is here to help you set aside your worries, define your own take on rustic style, and quiet your inner style naysayer as you venture into log cabin décor for your home. 

    What Is the Rustic Look, Anyway?

    Well, the rustic look is pretty much whatever you think it is. Like beauty, rustic-ness is in the eye of the beholder. What might be rustic to some may not be at all rustic to others. Because of this, no one gets to tell you that your decorating style is rustic or isn’t; you get to decide. Now that we’ve gotten that out of the way, let’s talk about some of the decorative elements that typically get labeled “rustic.”

    Dark woods, especially hand carved or turned wood; or log or bent wood furniture is a key element of the rustic style. Natural textiles are often used in rustic style – things like Pendleton or other vintage horse blankets, or hand-knitted throws or homespun loomed fabrics. Antique, or vintage-looking fixtures and decorations, or things you might find in abundance at the local antique mall, are also often used to accentuate the rustic look.

    Quieting Your Inner Style Naysayer

    But again, as was said above, no one gets to tell you what is or isn’t rustic enough; no one except you, that is. And, if you’re questioning whether or not the look might be right for your home, it may help a bit to check in with what is giving you pause.

    Is there a nagging voice deep inside you that won’t let you have the charm and comfort of rustic style? Maybe it’s a voice urging you to buy all white furniture and put it on white wall-to-wall carpeting, and then cover it all in clear plastic so it never gets dirty. Only you can find and quiet your inner style critic. For many people, embracing the rustic style is about embracing their desire for the comfort and coziness they deserve.

    How to Have the Best of Both Worlds

    Lastly, even if you think going full-lodge and embracing the rustic style might not work for your home—maybe because of the architecture, the decorative elements you already have in play and can’t imagine parting with, or because of some other reason—you don’t necessarily have to jettison your entire home’s worth of decoration and furniture and go full rustic.

    One of the great things about the rustic style is that it blends very well with many other decorating schemes. And, you can always pick a room that you think it might work well in, and give the rustic style of decor a try on a smaller, more manageable scale. But be careful, because that one room could end up being the only one in the house that you ever spend any real relaxing time in!

  • 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!

  • 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!

  • Rustic Game Rooms & Bars To End Climate Change

    Admittedly, we can't promise that a new rustic game room & bar will end climate change, but they sure look amazing!  Rustic furniture built from reclaimed barns and dead, standing timber has to account for some good for the planet, right?  We revel in awe inspiring products that look good and we can feel good about purchasing.  A light impact on the environment and heavy impact on local and regional economies?  Now that's beautiful.

    Reclaim Your Rustic Game Room

    We love to create from something old, something reclaimed, and sometimes just something weathered and beat up.  The Reclaimed Wood Dartboard Cabinet Rustic Reclaimed Personalized Dartboard Cabinet are both made from reclaimed wood and feature stylistic metal accents and hardware.  Your new rustic game room can't miss with either of these dartboard cabinets.

    Reclaimed Wood Dartboard Cabinet
    Rustic Reclaimed Personalized Dartboard Cabinet

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Imagine a few friends sharing some cold ones over a game of pool in your new rustic game room & bar.  Novice or pool shark, you're going to love the Weathered Wood Cheyenne Pool Table.  We build this sturdy table from rough sawn, weathered pine timbers and beams, providing you with a reclaimed barn wood look but not the hefty price tag.  And with 20 felt options to choose from, there is a perfect look for every taste. Don't forget to check out all of our Rustic Cue Racks before you decide to rack your order!

    Weathered Wood Cheyenne Pool Table

    You gotta know when to hold 'em, know when to...buy the stunning Royal Flush Cedar Stump Poker Table.  This eight position table, with nearly 20 felt options and inlaid drink coasters, will ensure a full house for your next poker night.

    Belly Up To The Best Rustic Bars In Town

    Any rustic game room worth its salt is going to make people thirsty.  Lucky for you, we have some pretty awesome rustic bars and pub tables to finish off that entertaining space you've been working so hard to put together.  You can't go wrong when you outfit your home, cabin, or lodge with the Cedar Lake Solid Wood Rustic Bar.  Handcrafted entirely from solid cedar with no veneers, this beauty will draw plenty of whistles while your guests wet theirs.  We also carry a wide array of Rustic Bar Stools to pair with your new rustic bar, like our Cedar Lake Round & Hip to Be Square Bar or Pub Stools, pictured below.

    Cedar Lake Solid Wood Rustic Bar
    Cedar Lake Round Log Bar Stool
    Cedar Lake Hip To Be Square Log Bar Stool

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Creating an exciting place for your family and friends to kick back, relax, and blow off some steam doesn't have to be an overwhelming task.  When you've got the goods we do, the perfect rustic game room & bar is as easy as a few clicks.

  • Rustic Bathroom Vanities Worth Your Investment

    You're So Vain. I'll Bet You Think These Rustic Bathroom Vanities Are About You. Don't You?

    Well, you'd be totally right!  Our amazing, rustic bathroom vanities ARE about you.  We build every one of our vanities with you, and your family, in mind.  We handcraft beautiful, complete vanities from real, solid wood; not just a wood frame.  The cheaply made vanity options in Big Box stores feature an awful lot of plywood veneer exteriors.  In other words, we build these vanities to last through the upbringing of your children and your children's children.

    We've all heard the adage, "you get what you pay for."  And when it comes to buying furniture, it has never rang more true.  Buying furniture is a huge investment.  Heck, even the Big Box flimsy stuff is pricey and a lot of it is practically made of cardboard.  According to HomeAdvisor, the typical cost range for bathroom remodels is around $6,000-$14,000.  If you're going to drop that kind of cash, make sure you're getting the best products, made by the best craftsmen, from the best materials.  You've seen enough poorly made, inferior vanities in the Big Boxes, now it's time for a peek at the finest rustic bathroom vanities you'll ever lay your eyes and hands upon.

    Rustic Bathroom Vanities To Reclaim Your Throne Room.

    Craftsmen carefully select reclaimed planks, beams, and other barn wood pieces from century-old barns and construct rustic bathroom vanities that are as sturdy as the original buildings.  Nail holes, knots, and saw marks are commonly found in the reclaimed timber and give you an authentic style that can't be duplicated.

    The stylishly simple Reclaimed Barnwood Open Vanity is perfect for those who don't need a huge vanity or hidden space for all your toiletries.  You're going to love how this 30" to 48" rustic vanity fits into your new rustic bathroom.

    Reclaimed Barnwood Open Vanity Don't be closed-minded to awesome open vanities!

    Barn wood mirror on the wall, who's the fairest of them all?  Obviously it is this beautiful, Reclaimed Barnwood Barn Door Vanity with classic, X-styled doors!  We offer this storybook vanity from 24" to 72" with choice of sink left, center, right or double sinks.  Pair your new, reclaimed vanity with matching barn wood mirrors and the equally gorgeous Reclaimed Barnwood Barn Door Linen Closet.  Live happily ever after knowing you've made a great rustic furniture decision.

    Rustic bathroom vanities This reclaimed barn wood vanity will last just about as long as the barn did!

    You'll Log For These Rustic Bathroom Vanities.

    We design our rustic, log vanities with one eye on quality and one eye on true rustic style.  Fortunately for you, we build them with both eyes on what we're doing!   The result is an amazing array of real wood and log vanities for your cabin, cottage, lodge, or home.

    Nothing says rustic like bark-on log furniture!  The Real Hickory Rustic Bathroom Vanity features solid wood panels, real wood door & drawer fronts, and bark-on log corner posts.  We build this rustic log vanity with hickory log door and drawer pulls and an option to add a solid hickory vanity top with log edging and live edge back splash.

    Real Hickory Rustic Bathroom Vanity Woodland creatures NOT included.

    Our Woodland Forest Log Vanity has quickly become a customer favorite and it's easy to see why.  Here at the mill, we love it too.  We use bark-on branches affixed to circle-sawn, cedar planks to create rustic "trees" on the doors and side panels.  With a multitude of size and finish options, we're confident you'll find the perfect combination to finish off that rustic bathroom project you've been laboring at for too long now.

    Woodland Forest Log Vanity Don't worry, jaw dropping is normal when viewing this vanity.

    You could lumber around those Big Box stores for days at a time, but you're not going to find rustic bathroom vanities like this next one.  The Cedar Lake Rustic Log Solid Wood Vanity may be a mouthful to say, but you're going to appreciate what all those words mean when this stunning, sturdy piece arrives to your home.  We combine hand-peeled logs, tongue and groove side panels, and inset door and drawer fronts to produce a sleek, rustic bathroom vanity that's sure to be an enduring focal point of your rustic bathroom.  The Cedar Lake Rustic Log Solid Wood Linen Closet is a matching piece to pull it all together.

    Cedar Lake Rustic Log Solid Wood Vanity We can't take our eyes off her, either.

    Quality Should Matter!

    Sure, you can go to a Big Box and buy an inexpensive, cheaply made, rustic vanities from them.  And then you can return in a few short years for another.  Or you could invest in real, solid wood, log and reclaimed barn wood bathroom vanities that will last generations.  But don't take our word for it, listen to those who were once in your shoes...

    Ryan H., owner of a Reclaimed Barnwood Open Vanity says, "This is an amazing piece of craftsmanship.  It has rustic charm with a subtle polished finish.  You can't find this type of quality anywhere else."

    Molly K., owner of a Reclaimed Barnwood Barn Door Vanity says, "In LOVE! We could not be more thrilled with the beauty, the craftsmanship, nor the service from Log Furniture Place. Our vanity arrived in the window of time given. It was boxed to ensure no damage and arrived as such. And they called with a question on our order to ensure we received the product we were expecting. We would recommend Log Furniture Place to anyone who wants incredible quality and craftsmanship to warm their homes."

    Greg, proud owner of a Real Hickory Rustic Bathroom Vanity says, "Can't beat solid wood and this vanity unlike many out there is made with real solid hickory wood. That means my kids can dent it, gouge it, etc. and I can fix it. Unlike the "hickory" vanity I replaced that I purchased from another company a couple years ago. That one was veneer and the minute I tried to sand it, it ruined the piece. Thank you for letting me 'Keep it Real' - I fully understand that saying now."

    You know what we get from reviews like these?  That quality materials and careful craftsmanship DO matter to people.  They sure matter a lot to us, too.  You'll notice the words quality craftsmanship thrown around a lot in our reviews.  Bet the Big Boxes can't say that about the two-bit rustic bathroom vanities they're shilling.

     

     

  • 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 Outdoor Furniture You'll Love

    Goodbye cruel Winter, it's time to get outside!

    As Winter rears its ugly head one last time, it's time to start planning for the warmer months ahead.  With flowers blooming and animals scurrying about, it's time to get that patio, deck, and yard ready.  We're ready to help you Spring into action with some of our amazing, rustic outdoor furniture.

    Turn your yard into a rustic outdoor furniture wonderland.

    You've mowed the yard, dusted off the grill, and now you need a place to relax.  The Contoured Comfort Country Garden Log Yard Swing is a fantastic place to do just that.  Crack open a cold beverage and relax for hours in this rustic log yard swing.  Made from Northern White Cedar and designed with curved slats, this outdoor swing makes for some of the most comfortable outdoor seating around.

    Maybe you're one of those people who likes to go at their own pace.  Fear not, we have the perfect rustic log yard swing for you!  Our Contoured Comfort Double Chair Log Yard Swing features the same comfortable, contoured slats as our Country Garden Log Yard Swing but has two, stabilized swings so mom can go nice and slow while Junior tries to hit the skies.

    Rustic Outdoor Furniture Contoured Comfort Country Garden Log Yard Swing

    As your family comes together more and more with the warmer weather, you're going to need a place to entertain and feed all of those guests.  We have some fantastic options to choose from, including the Contoured Comfort Log Picnic Table and Contoured Comfort Roundabout Table & Chair Package.  We know you'll love the comfort and durability provided by either of these gorgeous, rustic log outdoor tables.  Made from Northern White Cedar, these tables are naturally resistant to insects and decay!

    Rustic Outdoor Furniture Looks like a comfy family to us!

    You'd be off your rocker if you didn't love all this rustic log outdoor seating.

    Lead your partner to ultimate comfort when you both take a seat in our Contoured Comfort Log Rocking Love Seat.  Leave this rustic log rocker unfinished and it will age to a beautiful, silvery-gray, right along with you.  Handcrafted from insect and decay resistant Northern White Cedar, our Contoured Comfort rustic outdoor furniture will last your family for years to come.

    Rustic Outdoor Furniture Contoured Comfort Log Rocking Love Seat

     

     

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