A conceptual design, the Log Server is inspired by the production process of working with timber and represents the dynamism of sawing large logs of timber into planks. This server is technically challenging, and is comprised of a combination of solid and veneer timber. While thesolid timber refines the design, the veneer facade allows a continuous grain across the entire piece, giving the appearance of it being one single tree. The clean lines and extreme attention to detail in the Log Server make it a showstopper and part of our signature range.
Due to the complexity of the design, it is only available in three sizes. Optional shallow drawers are available with this design as an optional extra. The Log also works very well as a TV cabinet, and cut outs can be made to ensure access to plugs and neatly concealed cables. If you need more depth in the Log for equipment then we also offer an extension box for this purpose, which includes ventilation slots.
The Log Server is wall mounted, and should be mounted on a standard masonry wall.
In order to retain the natural finish of the timber we keep the number of protective coats to a minimum. Although this does add to the aesthetic appeal of the product, highlighting the natural qualities of solid wood, it does mean that the finish is not impervious to damage and staining. However, if you follow the instructions laid out below, it should be sufficient for normal use.
After use, wipe down the wood surfaces with a slightly damp cloth to preserve and protect the wood coating. Dry with another cloth if a lot of water remains. Do not expose these products for any extent of time to pools of water. If the products get wet you should dry them off as soon as possible.
If exposed to wine, vinegar and oils / oily food for an extended period of time the wood will stain. To avoid stains, wipe up spills directly with a slightly damp cloth and then dry. Spills should not be left overnight as they will sink in and mark.
Placing hot items on the wood may result in damage or burning. We recommend that you use coasters, and protect the table tops from hot dishes.
We do not recommend that you place indoor furniture outdoors. Outdoor furniture is specially designed to be able to withstand the dramatic temperature changes and moisture in the air. Avoid placing timber furniture items in full sun as exposure to sun/uV causes yellowing and light surface cracks.
Heavily aircontidioned environments require the use of an humidifier to restore the natural humidity of the air, as dry air will result in cracking / warping of the timber.
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Furniture by James Mudge are available in various timbers, sizes and finishess.
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