What better way to dress up your cottage than with a piece of art made from driftwood? There’s nothing more rustic than wood that’s been washed ashore by winds or tides. And although the pieces below might be bigger than what you have room for in the cottage, they’re nothing short of impressive.
A gateway driftwood sculpture—big enough to notice, but not exactly life-sized.
An echo of your campfire, out in the water.
A more modern take on a traditional driftwood sculpture.
Game of Thrones’ Iron Throne doesn’t even come close to this driftwood masterpiece.
Earth artist Debra Bernier creates magical, spiritual figures out of driftwood.
Take driftwood, add stained glass. Result? Magic.
And just in case you don’t have a guard dog, sculptor James Doran Webb’s meerkats should do the trick.
It takes an artist’s eye to make birds out of random pieces of wood.
This chair, by sculptor Jeffro Uitto, looks surprisingly comfortable.
Looking to bring the outdoors in? Consider using driftwood...in a big way.
They may not be native to cottage country, but Jeffro Uitto’s larger-than-life giraffe sculpture overlooking the lake would definitely make a statement.
A driftwood archway lends mystery to a site on the Isle of May.
Paul Baliker’s beautifully detailed driftwood sculptures lend a beachy feel both inside and outside.
A driftwood sculpture with an environmental message.