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  • This aspen log hall tree has mule deer antlers in addition to its sturdy log construction and natural aspen finish. A well-constructed piece of furniture, the unit provides a seat for putting on boots, drawers for hats, gloves and scarves and several places for hanging, in addition to a mirror. The hall tree is handcrafted from solid standing aspen and is trimmed with naturally shed mule deer antlers.  To keep the natural look of the wood, the unit is finished with a clear, non-glossy lacquer. Drawers are well constructed, using dovetail joints. The hall tree measures 36” wide x 24” deep x 74” tall.  Antlers may add an additional 4-6” to the height of the piece.
  • The aspen log Zanders bench is a great solution for homes with limited space in their entryway or cabin for storing coats and changing boots and muddy shoes. It gives you a place to sit down without taking up a lot of floor space and it fits nicely into any corner. Keep the mud and mess out of your main living area by dedicating just a small amount of space to this needed but often forgotten activity.
  • This beautiful bear carving log bench has handcrafted carvings of a bear in a forest of trees.  Sturdy log legs give the bench strength and stability. Picture this bench in a mud room, an entryway or at your dining room table.  It has multiple possibilities and the bench is sure to delight everyone with its artistic rendition. The bench measures 48” wide x 12” deep x 18” high.  It is made of ash and the legs are log legs.
  • Ever wonder what to do with seasonal blankets, wool sweaters and off-season clothing? A barn wood blanket chest might just fit the bill. Years ago, when our homes had no closets (or small ones), people used cedar chests or blanket chests to store them. It’s still a great solution, and a pretty blanket chest like this one is decorative, in addition to being useful. A blanket chest is often placed at the head of the bed in a bedroom. But I have also seen them used as a coffee table in the living room or as a bench at the side of a room. This chest is made of re-purposed barn wood and clean peeled logs at the corners. It has 3 pretty hand carved trees on the front, adding to its rustic appeal. A clear finish highlights and protects the natural knots and grain of the wood and contributes to its natural rustic appearance. The pine blanket chest measures 48″ wide x 24″ deep x 24″ high. Proudly handcrafted in the USA.
  • A cedar log blanket chest like this one can be used in the bedroom or it can double as a bench or coffee table in the living area. This pretty blanket chest is made from hand-peeled northern white cedar logs, and it has aromatic cedar under the lid to keep your linens and blankets fresh and insect-free. The chest has non-slam hinges to protect fingers and to prevent damage to the chest itself should the lid slip from your fingers accidentally. Finished with a satin lacquer finish, the beauty of the wood is retained. Measures 42” wide x 19” deep x 18” high. Handcrafted in the USA.
  • Plain and simple, this attractive half log bench will look at home, almost anywhere in your rustic log home or lodge. Made of a Northern White Cedar logs, sawn in half, it is sturdy and attractive, without being fussy.  The logs are hand peeled to retain their rustic character. The bench measures 72" long x 12" deep and 18" high, and it sits on lodgepole legs. Fashioned after the Glacier Country style, popular circa 1900, this is done in the Grand Lodges of the Rockies style. Each piece is signed by the artisan who makes it. A true work of art, the bench undergoes an 8 step stain and lacquer spray process, and carries a full 20 year warranty.