- Circular Logs to stack and display in any interior by The Log Basket.
- Round decorative logs to create a contemporary log stack feature.
- Each bundle consists of 12 logs – plenty to fill a space measuring 30cm x 30cm x log length (12” x 12” x log length).
- Locally sourced, machine rounded and hand finished timber.
- Available in 10cm and 20cm log lengths.
Our Circular Logs can make for a very modern log stack display. The decorative round softwood logs lend themselves to creating neat, geometric patterns when stacked in full rows inside an empty alcove or non-used fireplace, when space allows. These logs are particularly suitable for larger recesses where they can be laid in complete rows.
Each log has been machine-rounded to 10cm (approx) in diameter - all logs are therefore circular and straight. Please note that gaps will be apparent at the edges of a stack if the logs are arranged in diagonal rows as per our main product image (where two large log stacks are stacked into alcoves within a brick walled fireplace); we don’t include half logs with this style. Alternatively, you could opt instead to stack them so that each row of logs is laid directly on top of the previous row (see close-up image), which provides a different pattern option.
One bundle will contain exactly 12 logs – enough to fill a generous 30cm x 30cm (x log length) space.
Our Circular Logs are available in 10cm and 20cm lengths.
Due to a high volume of orders received recently for our 20cm long logs, there is currently a delay of up to two weeks for these to be ready for dispatch. (This includes all styles of decorative logs that are 20cm long. Our shorter 10cm long logs are currently unaffected).
How many bundles will you need?
Use our calculation guides to establish how many bundles you will need to completely fill a recess - you will need the height and width measurements of the void you would like to fill:
In Centimetres: Height x Width / 900 = total number of bundles required (Height times Width divided by 900)
In Inches: Height x Width / 144 = total number of bundles required (Height times Width divided by 144)