There’s something about wooden furniture that immediately warms up the room. Combine them with steel or glass-made ones and the character of the wood will still pop out. Additionally, they’re stronger, more durable, flexible, and easy to maintain. It’s no wonder why a lot of people are so into them.
Today, there are a lot of designs for wooden furniture. But there’s one that my sister-in-law had been in love with for the longest time. It’s a wooden log side table made out of small logs put together. I can’t blame her; it’s really beautiful. It has a rustic feel to it and the details are lovely.
One day, my brother – her husband – surprised her with the exact wooden log side table. It turns out he found a DIY project on the Internet and quietly went to work. My mom loved the table, too and now he’s working on three more for the rest of the family!
- Several wooden branches (dried out)
- 2 pcs – 300mm x 300mm plywood
- Wood glue
- Epoxy with sawdust
- Table saw
- Jig saw
- Random sander
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