From the top down, this project was about reusing 'junk'. The top from a scrap quartz countertop chunk from a ReStore. Double down with it being on sale, of course. The oak legs and pine stretchers were from old dunnage on a homestead. Front pine panel taken from a 150 year old dresser back panel. Topping off the hinges and hardware from an antique sewing machine, all the side and rear log panels are Hemlock wood pulled from Lake Superior on the Wisconsin shore line 100 yards from my home. The finish was enhanced with Seal Coat Shellac top coated with General Finishes High Performance. Deep satin look to highlight the colors and a great piece for our living room.