How to Build Rustic Furniture?

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Rustic furniture is easy to construct using materials such as logs, twigs or sticks. You can also make furniture appear rustic or primitive through painting and sanding techniques that make the piece look worn and antiqued.
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How to Build Rustic Furniture
When it comes to natural beauty and nostalgia of the past, few pieces of furniture can bring forth those feelings like rustic wooden furniture. Rustic furniture evokes times of old farm houses or sleepy cabins tucked in the woods. A nice thing to know is... More »
Difficulty: Moderately Easy
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Rustic furniture typically looks like it was hand made. You can easily make rustic furniture yourself and save yourself some money. To do so you will need a paintbrush, paint, sandpaper, a jigsaw, galvanized screws and pressure treated lumber cut in various sizes depending on what you are building. You can find more info at: www.ehow.com
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