Julie from Redhead Can Decorate lives surrounded by trees, so it’s no surprise that one eventually made its way into her home as a stump side table. The hardest part of this project for Julie was choosing a stump from her “collection.” She found an elm tree stump without bark and got to work debugging, […Read More]
Emma from A Beautiful Mess had seen tree stump side tables of all varieties – metallic, painted, stained, and even dipped. She didn’t know what finish she wanted, but Emma knew she wanted to give the project a try. She was fortunate to come by a slew of stumps through a friend. After the drying process was complete, Emma went to work, chiseling away the bark, sanding until smooth, and then applying a white stain. I can’t get over the beautiful shape of these stumps!
Dannyelle from Life Is A Party finally tracked down some tree stumps around her city home to transform into end tables like the ones she’d been eyeing. A coat of primer and white paint give the stumps a fresh, modern look and accentuates the distinct textures of the bark. They are truly one-of-a-kind!
Becca at From Gardners 2 Bergers was in love with the tree stump tables she had been seeing all over the Internet and wanted to try her hand at making her own. After Becca’s stump was free of all pests, she cleaned and sanded it and then applied a homemade stain from steel wool and […Read More]