DIY: How to Build a Rustic Log Coatrack

Release your inner lumberjack
By Kurt Anderson
Published: December 1, 2012
DIY Log Coatrack
Photo by Todd Caverly. Photo editing by William Zuback.
Everyone has their own cabin, cottage, camp or lakehome style. But in my mind, a northwoods cabin isn’t complete without a rustic, lumberjack-style coatrack in the entryway. To make your own, you need only a tree, a few simple tools, and a pair of disposable work gloves – chain saw carpentry at its finest. Anyone can buy a wall-mounted coatrack on the Internet, but making your own is a lot more fun. Here’s how you do it.
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