Wednesday, March 27, 2013

Barn Board Furniture

 We recently delivered and installed a wonderful bedroom set to some clients in Massachusetts, and it all looks great!  Here's what they had to say in their follow up email : "Thanks again for bringing down the furniture and getting it all set up. We'll be sure to send anyone your way who wants something similar." This entire set was crafted, in the USA, by Green Gables Furniture and are all authentic, reclaimed wood pieces.

                                      
Give us a call if you are interested in Reclaimed Barn Wood Furniture at 603-563-7010, or visit us online at www.RusticFurnitureGallery.com

Wednesday, March 20, 2013

Fire Pit Furniture



Wilderness Creations offers a large selection of furniture for outdoors around your fire ring. Choose from Cedar log furniture, Hickory, Cedar Adirondack furniture, Teak, or have Mark make some custom benches for your outdoor area. Soon it will be time to get outdoors, and enjoy your outdoor living spaces, so make them fun and comfortable with quality furniture.

The benches shown in the photo were custom built at Wilderness Creations and feature a simple, rustic design with Pine slab tops and Cedar legs which will hold up to the elements and resist rot. There is a clear sealer finish that will allow the benches to weather to a natural gray, but still be protected.

To view more outdoor fire pit furniture options please visit http://www.rusticfurnituregallery.com/home.php?cat=9

Enjoy your spring!!!


Log Furniture

Frontier Log Furniture has been carefully crafting log furniture since1973, and Wilderness Creations has been carrying it in our gallery since the very beginning. This is a great example of American made quality, built in Montana, from Lodge Pole Pine. WC carries the full catalog of furniture from Frontier and can ship anywhere in the country. Visit our website to learn more about this beautiful furniture:
http://www.rusticfurnituregallery.com/search.php?mode=search     or call 603-563-7010.

Tuesday, March 12, 2013

In Stock.


This beautiful side table is rustic, yet elegant. It is built from sturdy Mahogany wood which gives it a dark, rich look. The round top is 14" in diameter and it stands 23" high. The twig framed White Birch bark panels give it that rustic touch. This table would fit almost any decor and it's petite size adds to it's versatility. Crafted by Ken Barrett.
This unique piece is now in stock, but it won't last long to due to it's beauty and one of a kind nature.

Call Wilderness Creations at 603-563-7010 or email Mark@RusticFurnitureGallery.com



Last Call!

Green Gables rustic barn wood furniture will be going up in price in just a couple of days. They have kept pricing the same for many, many years but now need to raise their pricing for 2013. This is the last chance to order at the old pricing! We must have orders in on Friday 3/15/13, before the increase takes affect.

Tuesday, March 5, 2013

Small Cabin Storage

                                                         

For those of us who live in small houses or cabins, it seems that storage is always a challenge. The effort to get rid of things is ongoing, but there still isn't enough space. Here are a couple examples of a project I recently worked on in a small New Hampshire log cabin. The top photo shows a new bathroom closet door with shelves added to the door itself. These shelves will help organize certain items and have them right at the owners finger tips. Copper pipe helps accent and beautify the inner door shelves.
To the right is a new cubby door that allows access to storage in the eves. The cabin is not a full two stories so the roof drops down within the small bedroom. On this door I've added two wrought iron hooks for hats or other garments, as well as a small shelf for socks, clothing, or any other item the owner chooses. This room has four of these access doors, all of which have shelves, hooks, or some other organizing feature. All of the doors in this project called for 1 by 6 tongue and groove pine. One side is v groove and the other is straight, which faces out to match the existing doors in the cabin. I used the non-premium boards for the extra character of the knots, plus it saves on material costs! I used a natural Tung Oil finish, cut with Citrus Solvent, which protects the wood and brings out the knots and grain very nicely.
Be creative when it comes to finding storage options in small houses and cabins, because every little bit helps when it comes to getting your belongings organized.
Mark@RusticFurnitureGallery.com                         www.EcoWoodFinish.com