|Nothing makes dining more enjoyable than Rustic Dinnerware or Antler Tableware. If you want true western tableware to complete your
cabin decor and rustic kitchen, try this forged flatware made from bars of red-hot metal which is hammered into a shaped die. From there, it goes
through an intricate, multi-step process, giving extra strength to this one-piece instrument. On the other hand, stamped flatware is cut to shape
from cold rolled steel, heat-treated for strength, then ground, polished, and sharpened. You're wrong if you think you must own a genuine log cabin
to use rustic decor. Any traditional home can go from "plain vanilla" to "rustic cabin," at least indoors. For a rustic dining room or kitchen
make-over, look for old dining tables at the flea market to use with wooden benches. A rustic table set with complementing, but different place mats
and flatware, and mis-matched chairs can look great, too. Antler flatware is the best to bring "cabin theme" to your rustic table ware. Search for
that old hutch to fit in a corner niche, or a larger one to fill up a big wall. Many times, they are best left in their stressed condition, or you may want
to give it help by "stressing" it yourself. If your ceiling is high enough, and if you are real industrious, go to a saw mill that has trees with the bark still
on them. You can use them as rustic beams across the room. Bringing some of the out doors inside, such as animal hides, pine boughs, antlers, and an
old quilt or two, goes a long way toward living in your own "cabin."
( It is not recommended to clean antler pieces in a dishwasher. )
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