Did you have to say goodbye to a favorite tree? Ask the arborist to save you a piece about this size. You can remove the bark, lightly sand and then seal (with poly, or beeswax) and use as a table. Good idea for some of our trees we need to inspiration
Shou Sugi Ban. Influenced by an ancient Japanese technique of wood charring which dates back to the 18th century, acts as a natural sealant to protect wood. This table is made from salvaged English Elm with cast bronze butterfly inlay. Pedestal base in recycled French Oak. . Made by @hughmakin and exhibited at our @denfair stand today and tomorrow. . by @michaelgordonhill . #denfair #table #handmade #bespoke #meetthemaker #shousugiban
this artfully crafted piece has you covered. use this functional item as your dining table for when guests are over, or anywhere in your home as a bookshelf suited for books, fun accents, photographs, and more.
We've admired tree-stump stools with painted tops before (see DIY: Garden Stools); we also like these side tables made from felled logs, with exteriors painted glossy white. Designer Marie-Laure Helmkampf came up with the idea for a project in Provence.