This is a great opportunity for people in the Northeast to own our handcrafted products that are made primarily out of Lodgepole, Ponderosa and White pine, woods that can’t be found in the Northeast.
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Coeur D'Alene, ID (PRWEB) June 10, 2015
Dan Booterbaugh, owner of North Idaho Log Furniture, is celebrating 20 years of manufacturing quality log furniture by bringing his unique wood products from the West to the East. North Idaho Log Furniture’s expansion is focused on New York, Vermont and Pennsylvania.
“This is a great opportunity for people in the Northeast to own our handcrafted products that are made primarily out of Lodgepole, Ponderosa and White pine, woods that can’t be found in the Northeast,” said Dan. “We also use a lot of barn board and reclaimed lumber for different projects.”
Every log that Dan uses is hand-picked for its strength and individual characteristics. North Idaho Log Furniture then hand-peels, sands and finishes each piece. As a final touch, they apply a premium oil finish to preserve the natural beauty and ensure the long life of the furniture.
“Creating comfortable, handcrafted log furniture is what we do, and we take pride in our one-of-a-kind creations,” said Dan. “We are poised at the epicenter of the timber industry in Idaho, and the abundance of supply and the care with which our state manages our commercial foresting makes it a privilege for us to participate in the industry as a log-furniture manufacturer.”
About North Idaho Log Furniture
North Idaho Log Furniture was founded in order to share the beauty of an old art form: log furniture. All of its furniture, including log beds, dining tables and chairs, log bunk beds and desks, are made from select North Idaho timber. For more information, please call (888) 762-7064 and visit their website at nilogfurn.com.
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