Rustic Garden Furniture & Accessories: Making Chairs, Planters, Birdhouses, Gates & More (英語) ペーパーバック – 2007/3/1
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Rustic woodworking is a technique that continues to attract both novice and experienced craftspeople. Through 30 attractive projects of varying difficulty, two experts in this traditional art teach the pleasures of working with sticks, twigs, and other found wood. No experience is required to construct many of the pieces, and illustrations and color photos provide help throughout. A woven twig birdhouse, beautiful diamond rose trellis, and the perennial favorite Adirondack chair: all the projects add decorative flair to a porch or deck. Also included are tips for working with bark, and advice on painting and other finishing methods. The various combinations of natural wood textures and curves will add sparkand comfortto any garden.
Amazon.com: 7 件のカスタマーレビュー
2018年3月25日 - (Amazon.com)
great ideas for crafts
Very good book showing the many looks of rustic furniture
2016年6月6日 - (Amazon.com)
Very good book showing the many looks of rustic furniture. The book will inspire to look at ones own ideas as this offers suggestions.
I should of paid a little more attention to the picture on the cover but the book was useful.
2015年6月8日 - (Amazon.com)
It was not what I was looking for. I should of paid a little more attention to the picture on the cover but the book was useful.
Marc-A. El Splendor
2011年9月6日 - (Amazon.com)
Nice book for those would like to be inspire be the infinite possibility of rustic furniture. The pictures are beautiful. Rustic furniture could definitively be a form of art.
2009年1月11日 - (Amazon.com)
I purchased this for my husband for christmas. It was supposed to help him with another purchase. We were very happy with the projects the book had to offer and instructions are very clear. I was hoping to see a few more "log" type applications for furniture making and less "twig" type. Overall it is a very good book and gets your imagine kicked in.