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This extension of the college is a great showplace, and it highlights the talents of the students and their artistic abilities. It’s a fun place to shop with a large selection of very affordable, handmade items.
I’ve bought beautiful things here. Everything from small kitchen gadgets, to jewelry, pottery, hand painted bowls, furniture, custom made mirrors and furniture and loom woven blankets, to knitted wear, it’s all here and down exceptionally well. Area is beautiful, I believe this store is affiliated...More
We went to the Log House last and wished we had gone there first. It had much more on display of certain artists that we had seen elsewhere plus other art and crafts not seen elsewhere. I particularly enjoyed the display of Blenko glass. Even...More
If your looking for supporting Berea students and find all the crafts you are looking for, this is the place. I asked a hotel associate if you were to go to one place when here, where would it be. She said here!! After looking at...More
Every year we attend the Berea Craft Festival and always stop at the local shops as we make our way back home and Log House Craft Gallery in particular we have found some beautiful local pieces to add to our home decor. The difference I...More
Berea College has a long tradition of teaching traditional crafts to students as part of the curriculum. The Log House showcases items made by students. Everything from fine furniture, blown glass, pottery, metal work, jewelry, carved wood, hand-woven rugs & placemats and much more, are...More
The sign reads Berea College Log House Craft Gallery. Inside are some interesting, sometimes uniqure, offerings of hand-crafted items, including woodworked crafts, metal-worked offerings and even some blown glass and other items. The prices are high, but it is certainly worth a vsit if you...More
If you're looking for a taste of Appalachian handicraft, whether it be hand thrown pottery, corn brooms, wooden kitchen wares or linens, ... stained glass... jewelry,... blown glass... candles or soap, ... or beautiful furniture, THIS is the place to be! Prices are reasonable, considering...More
My sister and I truly enjoyed this place. The craftsmanship of the items was first rate. We walked out with pottery, brooms, beautiful hand painted glass & wood bowls and jewelry. Believe me there was more I wanted but I practiced a wee bit of...More