Log cabin furniture makes for a beautifully rustic design in the home. Furniture in a log cabin is mostly known for its elegant and innovative design. They have a very homely appeal and provide an aesthetic look to the interiors. They are strong and durable in nature and match well with the interiors of a cabin. An interesting fact is that they are distinctive and unique in design; no two pieces will usually look the same. The furniture in log cabins is usually made up of various types of wood depending on their cost, durability, and look. There are several types of wood that give log house furniture a rustic and a warm look. For instance, hickory log cabin furniture. This wood is not only strong and shock-resistant, but can be easily carved to make unique furniture. The wood from unpeeled or skip-peeled hickory is used in making rockers, coffee table, desks, etc. It is also commonly used as flooring due to its durability.
Another wood type of log cabin furniture is white cedar. White cedar wood is commonly found in Canada and North Michigan. This wood is affordable and can withstand any seasonal change without rotting or cracking. Its natural color is light tan. Furniture made from this wood will have small cracks which are naturally formed and not a manufacturing defect. These natural cracks enhance the rustic beauty of the furniture.