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Rustic Furniture

  • The Best Fabrics for Accessorizing Rustic Furniture

    The great thing about natural rustic furniture is that it’s so easy to complement with other materials and textures, especially when you’re looking to capture a rustic or cozy aesthetic. While the final colors and patterns you choose will come down to personal taste, there are certain fabrics that are undeniably perfect for pairing with real wood, so let’s find out what they are!

    Leather

    Few things look as good next to natural wood as a soft and buttery leather. Whether it’s used as seat covers for rustic dining chairs or as decadent sofa cushions, there’s just something undeniably upmarket and elegant about a neutral tone hide. It ages similarly to wood as well in that a few wear and tear marks simply add to the rustic and well-loved vibe. Perfect!

    Wool

    Warm, snuggly and easy to color, wool is one of those fabrics that every household needs, especially in the form of heavy rugs and comforting throws etc. Admit it: you love the look of a stunning wool rug atop carefully stripped floorboards don’t you? Or how a perfectly-placed rustic throw looks amazing on the wooden arm of a chair?

    Linen

    Simple, unfussy and so tactile, linen is a fabric that was made to pair with rustic wood furniture. If you’re not a huge leather fan, we are willing to bet that you could be tempted by linen seat pad covers, with matching napkins or cloth placemats maybe? The look of unbleached linen on a large table top will never not make us think of thanksgiving and Christmas. 

    Organic cotton

    Here’s one for the trend-watchers amongst you! As the fashion industry continues to come under scrutiny for it’s staggeringly unethical approach to waste, talk of a circular economy has started swirling. What this means is that we are being encouraged to use less, wear longer and not buy products constructed from virgin fibers as these require harmful processing finishes. Organic cotton has become the poster child for ethical fabrics and as such, is being used for everything from tablecloths to bed linens and everything in between. Personally? We love organic cotton bedding that amplifies the beauty of a natural wood bed. But we might be biased.

    Bonus mention: plaid

    Not a fabric, but the king of patterns, plaid is a perfect partner for rustic wood anything. Naturally bringing the rustic and cabin retreat vibes, it’s a mix of Christmas, coziness and unapologetic woodland gorgeousness that brings out the warm tones of any variety of timber and makes for a snuggly haven.

    Have we missed out your favorite fabric for accessorizing wood? Get in touch to tell us!

  • Out of Sight But Never Out of Mind

    Great storage needs to do two things: provide ample space for stowing personal belongings and know how to blend in with a wider design aesthetic. It’s that second mandate that so many designs seem to struggle with, but not our Aspen Highlands Rustic Log Small Corner Cabinet

    Discreet, demure and built to last, our Highlands rustic corner display unit is the perfect combination of striking to look at yet not overpowering in an already decorated space. It’s just a little bonus nuance to add to the dead space in a forgotten corner and one that can help you display treasured collectables that have been languishing in a cabinet. That’s not to say that it can’t hide away a little mess too though!

    We went with open shelves to give you easy access to your display pieces, but then finished with a door-fronted cabinet. We keep the inherent rustic majesty of the Aspen alive by using log front detailing on the door and would you just look at that bark edging throughout? We think it’s the perfect amount of natural and organic, without pushing the rustic theme into gimmicky, making it ideal for any cabin, lodge or home. But the burning question is, what can it store?

    We don’t want to assume how you’ll use your new favorite storage item, but could we suggest a few options? Oh go on. Indulge us!

    • A small home bar set-up. All your cut crystal and beautiful glasses can go on the shelves with favorite tipples safely and securely shut away in the base cabinet.
    • A rustic trophy display. Got a budding athlete in the family or some trophies from your college days you’d like to show off? This is the perfect space for doing so, without being too ostentatious about it.
    • Family photo nook. One of our favorite ideas is to use this corner display as a special homage to your family. Framed pictures can be nestled on the shelves, making a charming and sentimental space.

    Whatever you choose to do with your rustic aspen corner cabinet, it will be shipped to you, free of charge within the contiguous states, complete with a protective but subtle clear finish. It will also have a full year’s warranty, for your continued peace of mind. 

    We ask you to be patient once your order is placed. We handcraft all of our pieces to your specifications and with timber specifically selected by our craftspeople. This all takes time. You won’t find any flatpack or pre-made pieces in our showrooms or workshops, but what you’ll have delivered is a strong, USA designed and made piece of furniture that you can treasure for many years to come. Isn’t that worth waiting a little longer for? And seeing as you’ll need to wait a few weeks for your delivery, why not take an extra minute to think if there are any special adjustments or dimensions you would like us to work with? You know we never shy away from a custom adaptation!

  • The Beauty of Imperfection: How Rustic Wood Became Glamorous

    There was a time when solid wood rustic furniture needed to be mirror polished and perfect for it to pass the consumer test but these days, trends have shifted dramatically in the opposite direction. Perhaps it started with ‘shabby chic’, which prizes an imperfect but homey finish on upcycled furniture, before trickling through to new artisan pieces, but whatever the reason for rustic furniture’s revival, we love it.

    Of course, there are some of us who never felt that rustic wood went out of style. Cabin owners and lodge enthusiasts have long understood the appeal of unfussy furniture, crafted from carefully selected timber, but when such pieces are springing up in modern homes, you know a trend has emerged.

    What makes wood rustic? There’s a few elements to look out for, including:

    Knots and gnarled shapes - Perfection is measured by tolerances and rustic wood pays no mind to them. This means that knots, natural bends, twists and curves in timber are left in place and incorporated into a design, to show truth to the material. Particularly beautiful examples can include tree root stump coffee tables, with intricate branch patterns displayed beneath a smooth top.

    Insect tracks and tool marks - Wood is a natural material, it grows, has a history and supports a wider ecosystem than just itself. We enjoy paying homage to this by not looking to erase the life marks or the manufacturing marks, both of which add a charming rustic finish. All those rough sawn touches add character and nail marks can let you know you’ve bought some real reclaimed wood. 

    Bark left intact- The rough bark aesthetic isn’t for everyone, but it certainly lends some dramatic power to wood furniture, especially when the timber has a really striking exterior, like hickory. Stripped logs with a little bark left in place offer a textural and visual diversity that amplifies the finish of any furniture.

    Why is rustic wood the height of interior chic? Because it’s timeless, unpredictable and feels less manmade. For ultra contemporary homes with minimalist furnishings, one statement natural wood piece is all it takes to amp up the glamor. A log dining table, a rustic dresser or a master aspen log bed beautifully constructed from interesting timber that can’t be replicated? Can you get any more exclusive than that?

    Mass-produced furniture, though practical and often cost-effective, holds no unique qualities and often contains cheaper materials. Every piece is the same and any home can contain them. Rustic wood means that you have a genuinely individual investment and rather than being manipulated by a workshop to be unique, Mother Nature has done all the hard work with your chosen artisans simply capturing it and making it functional. There’s also a certain joy that comes from easy-to-maintain pieces, as mirror polished perfect specimens show every age mark, whereas rustic wood? It looks even better for a few little patina spots.

    Gorgeous, full of character and an easy way to pay deference to the great outdoors, rustic wood is more than just fabulous and fashionable; it’s the GOAT

  • Simple Ways to Preserve the Lifespan of Solid Wood Furniture

    Solid wood rustic furniture can require a significant up front financial investment, especially if you are buying a lot of it, which is why it’s in your best interest to learn how best to take care of it. When looked after properly, real wood pieces can last a lifetime, evolving with time to be a showcase of your history and experiences (and will save you money in the long term). We love the romance involved with owning solid wood rustic furniture and encourage you to read on and find out how you can make your treasured items last forever.

    Coasters are not optional

    We cannot stress enough how important it is to use coasters. Any drink, hot or cold, can leave a mark on your solid wood furniture, as well as helping moisture ingress. If you don’t want to ruin your perfectly curated rustic aesthetic, why not choose some wooden coasters that blend in with your furniture, so that you can protect while you maintain your look.

    Ask your maker for advice

    Any reputable log furniture maker should be delighted to advise you how best to look after your item. We recommend asking about this before you commit to a purchase, because if you encounter resistance, you might find that any warranty claims will also be a struggle. Here at Log Furniture Place, we are always delighted to help our customers to look after their investments and are happy to talk about how we finish items and what cleaning products can be used with our topcoats.

    Decide whether to repair or retain 

    Scratches, marks and nicks happen, especially when you own something for a long amount of time, so make sure you have a plan. Will you keep the marks and see them as a natural evolution that’s occurred through use and time or will you want to repair them and try to maintain the original visage? Be aware that repairs might not always restore something to its full glory, but even the most annoying and avoidable scratches can become loved, over time, because of the story behind them.  With rustic furniture scratches, nicks and marks can add to the look of the piece also.

    Be consistent

    The key to maintaining is to be consistent, so have ground rules in place for use and commit to a regular schedule of cleaning/oiling is appropriate. This is where coasters and placemats will come in, as well as strict guidelines for things like candles and oil diffusers.

    Don’t DIY if you’re not confident

    If you’re not confident carrying out a repair or some maintenance, leave it to an expert. It will cost you less to have them do it initially, rather than fixing your mistake and then carrying out the original task, plus they should offer a warranty for their work as well. Even something as simple as using the wrong grade of sandpaper on a rustic dining table top could have a devastating effect on a beautiful item, so when in doubt, call the professionals out!

    Solid wood furniture is stoic, sturdy and made to be used and loved, but that doesn’t mean that you have to let it get tattered or neglected. Some simple care duties will keep it in tip top condition and let you reap the rewards of a one-in-a-lifetime purchase.

    Restore Your Rustic Furniture with our Restore Video

    Find it here: https://youtu.be/Omdh0tBCqfU

  • Timeless Accents That Make Solid Wood Pop

    Solid wood rustic furniture has a charm and grace all of its own, making it work well in any style of home or property, but there are a few additions that can make it shine even more. We’re not talking about colored stains, but rather artisan touches and accompanying accessories that bring out the best in real wood. Here are a few of our favorites:

    Stripped bark

    A tried and tested way to let the inner beauty of various wood varieties shine, bark stripping never fails to raise a smile. From the heavy-hitting aromatic red cedar to the creamy northern white cedar and even herbal-smelling aspen, stripped spindled logs are a stunning addition to any piece of solid wood furniture. We particularly love them as part of a log bed design.

    Forged metal handles

    Imagine going to the trouble of sourcing a fabulous piece of rustic furniture and then finishing it with cheap or mismatched handles. What a travesty! We have a serious affinity for forged metal strap handles and have used them in a number of our designs. They keep the artistry flowing through every facet of our designs but they also have unbeatable longevity and won’t ever date a piece. Timeless and made by talented people, what a combination. 

    Artistic carving

    We are absolutely biased here, because we happen to have some of the best wood carvers in the business as part of our trusted team, but you can’t deny that a stylish and well-conceived design adds a whole new level of ‘wow factor’ to any finished item. Add in some metal inlay, glass or stain and you can take things up another notch too, because there’s no limit to a true artist’s imagination and skill.

    Complementary textiles

    A stunning wooden bed with some gorgeous handcrafted quilts, or a coffee table with a stylish runner. How about a rustic dining table with an antique tablecloth for special occasions? The right textiles really add something different to any piece of solid wood furniture, especially if they are homemade. A few crocheted placemats would look wonderful in a rustic kitchen/diner or how about some grandma-made comforters on the kids’ bunk beds? Beautiful!

    Live edges

    Leaving some live edges not only adds an element of interest and uniqueness to your furniture, it also makes for a very fashionable statement. Choosing to let the flow and shape of the solid wood dictate your finished piece shows a respect for the materials being used and also lets the wood speak for itself. It also lets people know that you didn’t buy something mass produced and a little bragging rights never hurt anybody.

    Mirror polishing

    Finally, a traditional mirror polished finish is a wonderful way to give your solid wood furniture extra oomph. In a world where shabby chic styling has gone crazy and colored stains are on trend, taking things back to a more understated finish is unusual, but beautiful. Any of you out there with walnut pieces will know that a mirror polish makes them look utterly incredible and without any fancy tricks or accessories.

    Solid wood doesn’t need much to look incredible, but when you want it to be the unadulterated star of the show, try using a few of these tips and tricks for added impact.

  • Adding Flair To Your Yard in 5 Easy Steps

    If you love a rustic aesthetic and your home is a fitting tribute to the style, make sure that you’re not overlooking the potential of your yard to follow suit with outdoor log furniture.

    Rustic homes are always gorgeous and have such a cozy and welcoming vibe but what about the yards that surround them? With just a few simple additions, that timeless and inviting aesthetic can be extended out into open air spaces as well, but which are worth the investment? Read on to find out!

    The ultimate porch swing

    Is your home even rustic if you don’t have a sturdy porch swing in place? You need somewhere to sit and look out over your estate, cocktail in hand, or maybe just a coffee if it’s the morning. Bringing all the southern charm that a rustic home needs, we love porch swings for the dose of nostalgia they bring to literally any home. 

    Swingsets for the kids

    It’s one thing to have a design style for your home, but if it’s a family house, you have to think about what the younger members need too. Luckily, you can pick up a range of beautiful garden play sets, with swings, slides and lookouts built-in, while staying true to a more organic and rustic aesthetic. And an added bonus, the more a playset is used, the more it will weather, patina and blend into the wider rustic feel too. 

    Picnic tables for family fun

    There’s a lot of talk about creating outdoor seating and eating spaces that feel like a living room, but for us? Nothing beats a rustic picnic table with bench. That’s real family eating and communing, not to mention that during an unforgettable cookout, everyone loves hitting the picnic benches for salads, rolls and all the good stuff that doesn’t come off the grill. 

    You can have some fun with your benches too, by staining them a fun color and adding a little modern rustic chic into the mix. We’ve been really enjoying the trend for pastel outdoor benches that has sprung up in recent years.

    Loungers with character

    Catch those rays but in a rustic way, with wooden loungers that are designed to feel as good as they look. Adirondack chair styles maximize your back support and viewing pleasure and they certainly look better than cheap plastic versions, or worse yet, tacky deck chairs! Always try to display your loungers in pairs, as they look more chic and deliberate that way, not to mention being more sociable.

    Small decorative touches

    Finally, don’t forget all those charming little trinkets and additions that you can find in thrift shops, at antique fairs or in our shop! Things like forged metal weather vanes, house signs, hanging basket brackets, garden sculptures and of course, gorgeous mailboxes. It’s those small touches that will bring an entire theme together. We’ve always been partial to the odd cart wheel as well, but that might be our love of reclaimed barns manifesting in home decor accessories.

    Don’t simply close your door and forget about your yard. When it comes to inclusive and well-conceived design, it pays to draw your interior inspiration out into your external space too and with rustic homes, it couldn’t be easier. That’s the joy of solid wood and it’s timeless appeal!

  • 5 Key Tips to Care for Solid Wood Furniture

    With the right care and attention, solid wood rustic furniture will last a lifetime and beyond. The question is, what do you need to do on a daily basis to ensure this impressive lifespan?

    It’s tough, durable and ageless but solid wood furniture, stoic as it is, needs a little love and care, just like the rest of us. Use the following five tips to make sure your timber investments are looked after.

    1. Deal with spills immediately

    Let’s say you’ve invested in a beautiful live edge coffee table. You don’t want to be dealing with water marks the day after you’ve set it in place, so let’s start with a quick note about prevention always being better than cure. Coasters are solid wood furniture’s friends. Best friends in fact! Always use them and try to avoid spills where possible.

    If the worst happens and you do get a spill, speed is the key. Soak up the bulk of a spill with paper towels, before moving to a soft but damp cloth and finally, buffing dry with a totally dry and buttery soft piece of fabric. You can see why we said prevention is better now, can’t you? 

    2. Be careful with hot items

    If you place a hot vessel on top of a piece of solid wood furniture you run the risk of either a stain or a scorch mark. Both can be incredibly tough to remove, but a fine gauge wire wool can help or if that sounds a little too scary, start with trying to disguise the mark with a color-matched wood crayon. 

    We recommend using cork placemats when you know that a hot item needs to be placed on solid wood, as these are soft on the underside and will block direct heat transfer.

    3. Dust as regularly as you can

    The more love you give wood furniture the better it looks, so try to at least commit to a weekly dusting of all your items. Even the things you normally forget, like a master bed! Always use a soft polishing cloth to avoid leaving scratches and use a polish that you like the finish and smell of. Silicone-free versions seem to react less with existing wax finishes, so are proving popular, though beeswax versions have always produced beautiful results. 

    4. Consider placement from the start

    Being a natural material, wood is prone to temperature change effects, either swelling or contracting throughout the year. You can try to counter this as much as possible by thinking about where you are going to position pieces. Avoid direct sunlight where possible, as well as heat sources such as wood burners and when it comes to bathrooms, make sure that your furniture has been designed and made with humid conditions in mind. Not all vanity units and linen closets are!

    5. Treat any damage

    Accidents happen but negligence is inexcusable! If you notice a bad scratch, a chip or a gouge in any of your pieces, treat the damage as soon as you can. Appropriate fillers and liquid polishes are great for this, but if in doubt, get back in touch with your manufacturer. If they have a good customer service ethos, they should be only too happy to give you some advice.

    A little care for a lifetime of functional beauty. That sounds like a fair exchange to us and hopefully you feel the same!

  • Key Furniture Pieces for Rustic Home Design

    You don’t need to own a cabin in the woods or a lodge to know that rustic furniture is charming, gorgeous and homey, but certain pieces carry more weight than others, especially when you’re looking to capture an authentic rustic look. 

    Are you planning to overhaul your home and can’t wait to inject some seriously rustic vibes into your interior design scheme? Then don’t snooze on these seven must-have pieces of rustic furniture that will transform any home into a cozy cabin.

    1. The ultimate farmhouse dining table

    Family memories are made around the dining table and no rustic home is complete without a big, stoic and traditional farmhouse design. You should keep your eyes peeled for something with a thick and chunky top, a trestle base and matching chairs or benches, for the full effect. A live edge version could also work well too, especially in a more contemporary home that wants to balance the rustic touches.

    Our recommendation: The Timber Haven dining set

    2. Bunk beds for the kids

    Nothing says a weekend away in a cabin like rustic timber bunk beds that the kids will fight over! Add some flannel bedding for the ultimate finishing touch too and maybe even some cute little taxidermy trophies for a real woodsy bedroom vibe. 

    3. A media center to focus on

    Given how much time is spent in the living room of snug, it makes sense to make your main piece of furniture rustic in style, if you are trying to bring some heritage charm into play. A rustic media center, designed to perfectly house a television, sound system and all those game consoles will offer an easy focal point that lets you slowly build on the rustic theme in other parts of the space. 

    Our recommendation: The Beaver Creek Aspen Entertainment Center.

    4. Hallway dressers that make a statement

    Busy homes need storage. A lot of storage. One key part of the home is the hallway, where coats, shoes and general items seem to just gather overnight, which is why a large dresser can be a fantastic investment. Even if you have nothing else of a rustic style in the hallway, a large multi-drawer dresser will add plenty of charm, not to mention practicality too. 

    5. A powerful desk in the home office

    A properly rustic home, with an interior design scheme that is really committed to, will always include those weird and often overlooked rooms, like a home office. Instead of simply making do with a flatpack desk, treat yourself and your home to a real statement piece that will last a lifetime. A solid wood rustic desk is an investment in not only your home’s aesthetic but also your productivity. 

    6. The bathroom furniture that speaks for itself

    Rustic bathrooms? Yes! We aren’t talking about old fashioned toilets here, but beautiful solid wood vanity units, laundry cabinets and all those small but detail-orientated accessories, like wooden toilet roll holders. Even in an otherwise fully contemporary bathroom, a well placed hickory log vanity unit will make a splash for all the right reasons.

    Our recommendation: Real Hickory Rustic Bathroom Vanity.

    7. A master bed that has to be seen to be believed

    Finally, for the ultimate rustic home design addition, don’t forget to treat yourself to a gorgeous master log or barn wood bed, made from hand selected logs or timbers, by proud artisans. Look for statement headboards, hidden storage and construction of such high quality that your chosen frame comes with a long warranty. And go as gnarly as you dare with the frame too, because you can always add some softness back in with your choice of bedding. 

    A great way to contrast with otherwise fresh and modern decor, rustic furniture brings all the charm of a traditional cabin into play, but with no sacrifice of creature comforts. Perfect!

  • A Designer Vanity That Makes a Real Splash

    If you are of the opinion that once you’ve seen one log bathroom vanity unit you have, within reason, seen them all, we can wholeheartedly agree. As long as you’re not talking about our Laurel Hollow design that blows all the rest out of the (bath) water!

    We shouldn’t have favorite designs, we know that, but it’s hard to stay objective when we have so much pride in the pieces being created by our artisans. Just one look at our Laurel Hollow multi-colored log vanity unit will be enough to make you understand our predicament, we’re sure. 

    Is a multi-colored wooden rustic vanity unit going to be to everyone’s taste? Of course not, but for those of you that like unique styling and enjoy making a real statement with furniture in surprising places, we know this is going to be the last vanity you ever buy. And not just because it comes with a limited lifetime warranty either!

    As with all of our solid wood vanity designs, you’ll find a seamless blend of style and function here. Just as the exterior looks incredible, thanks to the patchwork-like aesthetic that has been created through an extensive 9-step process, finished by hand, the inner workings are of the highest quality too. After all, why invest in beautifully distressed cedar if your drawer glides don’t work perfectly? And what’s the point in beautiful cabinet doors, if the handles are anything less than organic chunky logs or forged metal straps? Like we said, we have brought quality and beauty together into one harmonious and affordable rustic vanity package. 

    Speaking of packages, we are able to take our customer service to the next level when you choose to install our Laurel Hollow vanity, as we can supply a beautiful sink and your faucet too, cutting the relevant fitment holes for you, so you can simply sit back and have your new bathroom addition plumbed in, in mere minutes. And as you might expect, we don't offer anything less than hammered copper sinks, waterfall faucets or stone vessel sinks, though for vessels, we don’t ever cut holes, as they need to be fitted in situ.

    If you’re looking at our dropdown menus and thinking that none of our regular size options are quite right for your home, don’t let that be the end of your journey with us. We love nothing more than being able to make one of our favorite existing designs in totally bespoke sizes, to allow our customers to never have to compromise. Your home is your castle and no king or queen would ‘make do’ with a log vanity that wasn’t the right size, and neither should you! Simply get in touch today to see how we could make something especially for you. 

    Don’t miss the rest of the Laurel Hollow log furniture range, as once you’ve invested in one piece, we know you’ll start thinking about which of your other living spaces could use a flash of color and artistry. And with free shipping within the US, you might as well combine a few items in one order, to revamp your home in one easy swoop!

  • The Contrast Your Bathroom Is Crying Out For

    Bathroom design tends to focus around matching rustic vanity and suite pieces that capture the right feeling of modernity and convenience but what if you added something back in, to balance the finished vibe? 

    We totally understand the desire for a fresh, clean and contemporary bathroom. There’s no place for anything less than a sparkling and hygienic feel, but that doesn’t mean that you have to go without character and charm. After all, if you’re relaxing in the tub, you might like something gorgeous to look at! That’s why we’ve taken the time to create our Adirondack Hickory Rustic Log Vanity, which combines stunning good looks with a welcome dose of heritage styling and all the practicality that you need too. 

    It’s a tale as old as time. A manufacturer is so intent on making something that looks great that they miss the mark in terms of functionality. Worse still is the other way around, whereby a piece of furniture works well but looks so slap dash that we’re embarrassed for them! You can’t rush perfection and that’s why we invested thought, time and development into our entire Adirondack log furniture range.

    In terms of practicality, we know you’ll enjoy the multiple drawers and storage cabinets. Designed with bathroom essentials and personal items in mind, you can rest easy that everything you could possibly need in the bathroom is to hand, but out of sight, creating an organized and unfussy room. We also give you the opportunity to get really selective about the size of rustic vanity you need, the orientation on where you want your sinks. All of these extra details allow you to get the most bespoke and perfect piece of bathroom furniture possible, without paying a premium for what we simply consider to be good customer service. 

    With your preferences relayed, we can get to making your gorgeous log vanity in our Michigan workshop. Bringing together smooth white cedar with tactile hickory, the contrast of the two woods will intrigue and delight, bringing traditional cabins and lodges to mind. Don’t forget that if you prefer your rustic detailing on the more discreet side, you can select metal strap handles for the drawers and cabinets, instead of small hickory logs and you won’t lose any of the overall charm by doing so. 

    Finally, why not think about the finish you want. This is where your bathroom color scheme will play a huge role, as your wooden vanity unit can either complement or contrast. Either way, it will be the start of the show, so take your time deciding. Thanks to the natural diversity between the two woods, a clear finish would look phenomenal, though the Barnwood Lager is a firm favorite with our customers for good reason. And as a bonus, if you purchase a drop-in sink at the same time, we are happy to cut the requisite hole in the top for you. 

    Shipped for free within the US, our Adirondack Hickory Log vanity comes with a limited lifetime warranty and our promise that you won’t find a better quality or more considered item for your bathroom.

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