Hans Liberg's Recording Studio Log Cabin

by DIY Maven

Hans Liberg's Recording Studio Log Cabin

Hans Liberg has a log cabin for a recording studio that's more loggy than most. But even for all its logginess, its unique construction makes if feel anything but traditional, in a log cabin sense. That's because it was put together by Hans's friend, furniture designer, Piet Hein Eek. If you're familiar with some of Piet's

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How to Make a Log Side Table

by DIY Maven

How to Make a Log Side Table

All this recent log talk made me fall back in love with a leftover from last summer’s tree maintenance. The trimmers charged about 500 bucks for all their work. Since I had all the supplies on hand to make it, my new log side was free, which sort of helps make up for that 500 bucks. 

For a new take on this project, check out How to Make a Walnut Stump Side Table, the Easy way.

 

As for a list of said supplies, here goes:

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Two Fun Bits of Tree Limb Design.

by Chris Gardner

I've always been a fan of the faux bois aesthetic, but lately, I'm digging on a little vrai bois art. These two pieces captured my fancy this week.

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First, this iPod dock made from salvaged wood isn't just a tongue-in-cheek comment on the connections between nature and technology. It actually works. The limb is routed and drilled to make space for the circuitry and speakers. Via.

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A New Take On Log Furniture

by DIY Maven

created on: 09/08/08

Do you love log furniture? Do you hate it? If your feelings gravitate toward the later, take a gander at these sublime creations from Bleu Nature. The French company, created by Frank Lefebvre, uses Mother Nature’s answer to modern design, driftwood, to juxtapose luxury and simplicity to delightful effect. Energetic and youthful, these pieces are a far cry from the log-cabin look.  Via.

 

 

 

 

 

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