LOG END TABLE
I have often watched logs burning in a fireplace and wondered what the wood could have become. I purchased these logs for $2 a piece from a guy selling firewood on Craigslist. He claimed they are white oak but I am not sure. By stripping off the bark and sanding the log smooth I created a nice piece that can be used as a stool or as a side table. What’s great about this project is that you can make a something for less than $10 that sells at furniture stores for more than $200.
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I love love all your work ... it is clean, so methodical, meticulous and in such good design taste ... love the mediums of concrete and wood separately and together all my life, so this is a real find for me ... thanx for your methodology and fine teaching.
Salvaged firewood logs
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