mature pine tree that had been cut down. The trunk had been nicely divided into 5-foot sections so that it could be fed into a chipper. After packing four trunk sections into his truck, McCullough found a contractor who specialized in log cabin homes to mill the trunks, planing the top and bottom sides of the trunk to create flat surfaces. He let them dry out in the shade for a year before bringing them back inside and adding casters to the bottom.
We are keen to flood the house with as much natural light as possible and avoid creating cold, dark spaces (except a pantry for storing preserves, potatoes, etc and a cool wall for our antique pine wine rack [dimensions approx 160cm high, 70cm wide, 40cm deep].