Many of us feel the best part of our home is being outside of it. consider adding any of these outdoor living ideas to your great outdoors.
Our home is where we rest our heads,enjoy family togetherness, and maybe even entertain a group of friends every now and then. Although, making your house a home and enjoying it shouldn't apply to just the inside, should it? Of course not! Which is why we put just as much effort and detail into our outdoor creations as we do the indoor (well, almost). In fact, with Log N Iron Outdoor Living products you'll find plenty of reasons to enjoy the great outdoors as much as possible. For example, whether you're considering our signature log picnic table or our beautiful gazebos, you'll see the same "zero tolerance" notching and available profiles as our log home component products. And just like the rest of our products there are a wide variety of profiles and finishes to create exactly what you're looking for. Check out more Outdoor Living below. Fully customizable. Available in a variety of profiles and finishes. Utilizes zero-tolerance joinery that Log N Iron is known for.
Pavilions & Gazebos
Arbors & Pergolas
Bars & Eating Areas
Our milled logs are cut, processed, and fitted to ensure a consistent assembly every time. Also, with a milled profile, you're getting the beauty and character that every exposed log will reveal while still maintaining a uniform style that will tie in well with most any home or decor.
Our custom, hand hewn logs can add some old world charm to your brand new home or addition. In fact, you can't get a more old fashion or authentic touch with any other profile. And unlike other manufacturers, Log N Iron delivers the consistency and fit of the milled Swedish cope, with the rustic exterior of a hand hewed log.
With a hand peeled profile, you're exposing all the natural characteristics and undisturbed beauty a log has to offer. These logs are preserved the way Mother Nature intended them. In fact, between the knots, tones, and natural taper, you're experiencing a log in its rawest and most organic form.
If you are looking for a truly old fashion look then a rough-sawn timber is the way to go. This style is so reminiscent of pioneer days you might just think you've traveled back to the gold rush era. Full of saw marks and rough edges, you'll fully appreciate the authentic look of this profile.