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Log Projects

Log creations are exciting each peice starts as a dead of fallen tree. It sits around for a while and after staring at it long enough an idea with come. It is great to bring a dead tree back to life as something beautiful.

Log Bench with back

Solid oak log bench with slab back. This log bench is the perfect accent to any rustic decor. The Oak bench is 4' long has a 17" wide seat and is 40" tall with back. This is made from local material and is solid oak weighing 147lbs

Log bench with slab legs

Beautiful live edge Oak slab bench made from local trees. This bench is 4' long 15" wide and 20" tall. Great for a log home or rustic decor. This bench is very heavy it weighs about 112 pounds.

Oak slab table with metal base

Oak slab table with metal base. As these slabs dry the wood splits and creats a void I have filled that void with river rock and bar top epoxyed the top. It stands 26" tall and is 29" across at the widest point.

Cedar Lamp

Rustic cedar lamp on cedar slab base made from local wood. This is a great accent piece to a log or rustic home. Does come with the shade but you can always add your own to better match your decor. This lamp is 29" tall with shade and 12" at the wide part of the base.

Cedar wall shelf

Small wall shelf made from cedar. 14" tall the shelves are 9" long and 6" wide

Small log benches. Pine and oak slabs

Cedar slab and river rock table on vintage sewing machine base.

This is a very unique table made form local cedar log slabs with river rock in the center on a vintage sewing machine base. Great for a hall or entry way. Stands 31"tall 33" long and 18" wide. This is definitely a conversation piece.

Oak slab on Vintage Base

Log slab table top and vintage sewing machine base. This is a very unique mix of rustic and industrial that would make a great hall or entry way table. 29" tall. 35" long mad 17" wide.

Logs with mason jar tea lights



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