Cordwood Countertops and Flooring!

Cordwood Countertops & Cordwood Flooring Bill Jarratt came up with this unique way to build cordwood right into your bathroom or kitchen counters.  Here are a few pictures and an explanation from Bill.    It seems there are many ways to use cordwood (not just for the walls:0)


Instructions for Building a Cordwood Countertop 

Continue Reading to learn Bill’s recipe for making cordwood countertops. 

Cordwood Construction

7 responses to “Cordwood Countertops and Flooring!

  1. A margin grout float is similar to an offset float in that it can be invaluable for reaching small or obstructed areas. This type of float is also narrower, but the handle is attached to the the back instead of the top of the float.

  2. Appreciate more information on a cordwood floor as the one in the picture abocee

    • Hi Elena,
      We have not built that floor, nor do we know how to do it:0) I would imagine some type of flexible grout, like that used in patios would be the way to go. I also think the log ends would need to be sealed on each side.

  3. It’s all so cool looking but how is it on wear and tear and repair?

  4. Reblogged this on Cordwood Construction and commented:

    This blog post has been receiving quite a bit of interest lately, so I thought I would reblog so folks who are interested in learning about cordwood flooring and cordwood countertops could see it. I also added a few more pictures and a link to the instructions on how to install each one.

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