rustic woodwork. Poles and roughly sawn timber with the bark adhering to it used in timber buildings intended to look like humble rural architecture such as cottages ornés, gazebos, etc., often with decorative touches such as lattice-windows, twisted chimneys, thatched roofs, and ornamental fencing and barge-boards.
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