So, if you are looking around for indoor log dining room furniture make sure your furniture is constructed out of wood that has been dried correctly or in the end you might waste your money. Laminating is the process of taking boards and gluing them together to make a larger surface, and if done correctly is stronger than one large board or table top. The legs or supports for the rustic dining furniture are also constructed out of 100% white cedar logs that have been debarked and then hand peeled twice to insure a smooth touch.
We take each 2 x 6 cedar board and plane it smooth and then laminated each board together making the large and very strong table top. Each table top has a radios that we router around the perimeter so when you are enjoying your rustic log dining table you don’t have that sharp corner edge up to your arms. Sanding in between each coat will make it smoother, each time we add a coat, resulting in a smooth glossy looking table when we are done. We would love the opportunity to handcraft your idea of a table or a custom shape or size you would like. There should be plastic feet on the bottom of your chairs which will keep the chairs from scratching, we will look into the felt also. The stump on the picture with the whiskey finish differs with all the minor roots that are left on.
Indoor log dining
Their attention to the smallest detail, including bringing a mounting bracket for my other window we just put a valance on says it all. We laminate 2 x 6” cedar lumber boards together to make our tops for the indoor log dining room tables.
Once we laminate the boards and get the top we are after, we router the corners and hand sand them for a smooth finish. The top is made of dry kilned cedar lumber that is laminated together giving it a solid top.
We also add some support cross boards on the bottom of the table to insure that your table will last a lifetime and more.
The leg framework is constructed out of large 3. The 3 coats of varnish will also give a great protectant to the table adding more years of life to it. The chairs are much heavier and wider than regular dining room chairs so the store bought felt won’t work. Unfortunately your table had to get rebuilt and then refinished as well which is what took the extra time.
I realize that this would depend on the person, but in general do you note these to be pretty solid with one stump on a 7 foot table?