Leading Online Rustic Furniture Store Adds New Line of Willow Furniture
Leading online log furniture and rustic furniture store adds new line of custom American-made Willow furniture and twig furniture to current offerings!
Sept. 19, 2011 - PRLog -- In business since 2002, leading online rustic furniture retailer Log Cabin Rustics recently added a new line of premium Willow Twig Furniture to its current offerings. This custom American-made Willow Furniture is handcrafted from sustainably harvested Willow twigs.
Made locally in San Diego County by Willow Lane Rustic Woodworks, this Willow furniture is delivered free of charge to the lower 48 states, and can be shipped to Alaska, Hawaii and Canada for a nominal incremental fee.
Because of how the Willow twigs are bent and contoured to fit the human body, this Willow furniture is very comfortable even without cushions, and makes ideal rustic furniture for indoors or out. The Willow furniture is protected with a blend of boiled linseed oil (a natural UV inhibitor) and paint thinner, which should be re-applied yearly if left outdoors or exposed to the elements. To extend the life of this beautiiful Willow twig furniture, It is recommended that it be kept under cover when outdoors, because like most woods it will deteriorate over time when exposed to the sun.
"I'm really excited to offer another style and choice of American-made handcrafted rustic furniture to our customers. We expect this line of premium Willow furniture to be a popular addition, and believe it will complement our existing log furniture and other rustic furniture and decor offerings." says Michael Lauffenburger, President and Owner of Log Cabin Rustics.
To see and purchase this premium Willow twig furniture, visit http://www.logcabinrustics.com/
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Log Cabin Rustics is a leading online retailer of premium handcrafted log furniture, reclaimed wood furniture, antler lighting, and other rustic furniture and decor.
Free shipping to 48 states and no tax except in California!
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