Have you ever wondered what you can do with a tree stump once it has been cut down? It’s your lucky day because we’ll give you some ideas as to how you can recreate and reuse this piece of wood for your own convenience. Here are some photos that can give you a visual representation of what you can do.
The first picture shows that you can use the stump has a small bedside table. All you have to do is repaint it. You also have to make sure to polish it before using.
Secondly, you can place the stumps in the living room and use them as side tables as well. This will definitely give your living room a natural look.
You can also use the stump as a centerpiece in the living room. You can either place it as it is or paint over it. However, I suggest that you maintain its natural look.
You can also use it as a stand for all your hats and your clothes. Either way, it can definitely serve another purpose if you use it this way rather than leaving it to dry up eventually.
You can also use it as part of your self expression. Look at this picture, the artist just put a mushroom head on top of the stump and he was able to magically turn it into a mushroom stool that people can use. All you really need is a little bit of creativity to make something new out of old wood.
Another way for you to use this piece of wood is off to cut down the stump to make a table out of it like this. What an ingenious idea right? You will not only save the environment, but also save your money on new furniture if you make an effort to do this.
The last option for you would be to use the whole stump as a table for your arts and crafts. It will definitely be something different and make your room stand out for sure.
This is the reason why you should definitely give these DIY ideas a try. I assure you that it will give your room or any other part of your house new life and make it a more enjoyable place to live in. So what are you waiting for? Get a tree stump now so that you can see how it looks in your own bedroom.
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