Instead of piling logs along the side of your house for all to see, slide them under a bench with built-in storage, like this DIY design from Lowe's. Positioned near your fire pit or outdoor oven, the seat gives easy access to fuel when it's time to stoke the fire.
This restaurant is contemporary and modern, clad in wood and earth tones. Large windows open up the space, which is important when darker colors and materials are used. Built-in booths on both walls plus leather upholstered chairs create a cozy environment, key in making diners comfortable during log meals.
Rustic appeal exudes from the doorway of this log home by Mid-Atlantic Timberframes. Key elements include the metal door hardware, lanterns, carved bench, bear-themed sculpture and container plants with greenery.
This 750-square-foot loft bedroom is located in the tower house in the Huston Family Estate. With a log beam and denim pine ceiling, log walls and a log bed with a rough-hewn wood bench, the rustic bedroom feels right at home in its woodsy locale.
A wood bench visually flanks the decorative tiled wood-burning fireplace beneath a large wall-mounted TV in this neutral, cozy living room. Brass accented wall sconces provide lighting at night when guests are looking to add more logs to the fire.
A bench with multiple pillow and two dining chairs provide cozy seating around a table that resembles a tree. The tabletop is made from a large log slice, adding rustic charm to the space. A metal orb-shaped chandelier illuminates this interesting table while natural light streams in from the surrounding windows to keep the space feeling bright.