Make Rustic Bar Stools
tex·ture /ˈteksCHər/ noun
the feel, appearance, or consistency of a surface or a substance.
“wood texture and tone”
Similar: feel, touch, appearance, finish, surface, grain, quality, character, consistency
give (a surface, especially of a wall covering or fabric) a rough or raised texture.
These stools are made from Ponderosa Pinewood harvested from Black Forest, Colorado. They are designed to be used indoors or outdoors. The framework is made from light gauge steel tubing and and can be fabricated with the most basic metal working tools.
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Why Make Bar Stools?
Bar stools are bar none one of the most popular forms of modern-rustic log furniture going. They are fun to build and easy to make “one-of-a-kind”. That means you can make them uniquely different, but the same, and depending on what kind of look and feel you choose, they can be used in all sorts of environments.
Learn how to make rustic bar stools in this complete video tutorial.
Rustic Textured Pinewood Bar Stool
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The amount of time one spends at the bar depends on two things: How friendly is the bartender…how comfortable are the stools?
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Why Pinewood Barstools?
To make rustic barstools all you need is wood and steel. I like to use Pinewood for a variety of reasons:
- Pine wood is one of the most popular species for building full log furniture.
- It is plentiful and can be found throughout the world.
- Pine is the most widely distributed species in North America.
- Dead Standing Pine is abundant throughout the mountains of Colorado.
- Recent Wildfires burn more Pinewood forests than any other.
Pine takes stain well and can be milled, kiln-dried, re-sawn, and laminated into all forms of popular home and office furnishings.
The next time you have an old Pine tree headed to the firewood pile, why not consider taking it to the bar instead…Make Rustic Barstools!
Now Learn tips and tricks How-to assemble your new rustic bar stool is this “vintage” Live Video presentation: