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hewn

1. Roughly dressed, as stone shaped with mallet and chisel.
2. Roughly shaped with an ax, as hewn logs.
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The designs on Ruff Hewn feature plaids and lodge looks, along with motifs such as moose and elk, in deep red, green and blue palettes.
Rough Hewn Home is open on the weekends and is located in the Galleria of shops at 145 Front Street, Shop #17, Brooklyn (DUMBO).
BIRMINGHAM, Ala.-Saks Inc., making good on its promise to expand its mix of proprietary, differentiated goods, has inked an agreement with Kikomo Ltd., a holding company of several brands, to license the Ruff Hewn trademark for exclusive use on a wide range of product categories, including home.
But the largest timbers I have hewn were fitted into a conventional stud frame house.
Brooklyn, NY, December 01, 2012 --(PR.com)-- Rough Hewn Home has opened a furniture and home furnishings store in Brooklyn's DUMBO neighborhood.
The complex occupies a hill (phnom) with stepped terraces hewn into its side to create a pyramidal incline leading up to the temple at the summit.
Seaboard revamped the building's facade and its four-story base, hewn from granite cubes up to four feet thick, replacing most of the first three floors of granite base at the north facade with a new panelized granite system.
Granite, water and cement mix to allow walls and ceilings to grow into rooms with differing surface treatments--some hewn, others polished--celebrating the craftsmanship involved.