Stark Naked Tree Trunk is actually more usable than you think
Until it passes through the hands of a skilled woodworker first, most homeowners will think twice before allowing something as simple and modest as a broken, discarded tree trunk to be a part of their home décor. Despite knowing that most of modern homeowners would probably think along similar lines, folks at Real Wood Works want you to have a look at the Stump Table Stark Naked Tree Trunk Stool Seat that simply piles up a clump of tree stumps to offer a sensible, sustainable furniture piece.
The multipurpose level tree stumps ask you to exercise your creativity to put them to any number of uses you can think of. Etsy seller suggests a slew of uses for those who are not that creative to think any of their own. Some suggestions include the use of tree stumps as bedroom nightstands, bath shelves, bath seating, dorm stools, living room plant stands and tree trunk end tables, or a coffee table with several of them stacked together.
Priced at $174 each, the tree trunks were originally salvaged from the Bonito Lake Watershed Restoration Project back in 2008. Just to ensure customer satisfaction, each tree trunk is first air-dried, then, it’s kiln-dried, leveled and smoothed. Manufacturers later sand the sides and polish the top, with no use of sealer.