|Project by rivergirl||posted 1335 days ago||3008 views||2 times favorited||11 comments|
I just finished this picnic table. Used rough cut pine slabs (live edge) for the top and pine logs for the base. I got the logs from trees in my backyard and my neighbor gave me the slabs out of his garage. I left the live edge on all the slabs, so in this photo it looks like there are wide spaces between the boards on the top, however, the spaces are actually minimal, the dark lines are from the tannin stains on the wood. I am currently working on 2 benches to match. I have limited tools, so I do rustic log furniture only. :)
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