Is it possible to create furniture from dead or damaged trees? If your answer is no, then you must know what Dennis Milanov did. This artist takes dead or damaged trees which are about two to three centuries old and creates innovative and breathtakingly beautiful furniture out of them. This precious material normally ends up in your fireplace. But Dennis Milanov has done something that is akin to beating a dead snake back to life. He has given life to dead trees. Taking stumps of such trees, he has created a beautiful collection of stump chairs. The chairs are so pretty, that you will love to own one of them if not all of them.
These chairs will add a touch of natural elegance and sophistication to your living rooms. A pinch of naturism in your house will add oodles of energy. You might have tried putting potted plants at corners, or growing a tree in the middle of the house! But nothing beats the natural elegance and style of these stump chairs. When looking at them, you might wonder if they are of this era. Such is the design of these chairs. They look like something that was left behind by the Greeks or Romans! Some of the chairs look truly medieval. You might want to add a splash of color to them, but it is recommended that they be kept as they are.
Now you might be wondering, what’s so special about this invention? Well, there are plenty of things special about these chairs. Firstly, they are created from very old trees. To retain compactness of these trees, these chairs are almost carved out of these trees. Which means that unlike other furniture that are assembled from different pieces, these chair are actually sculptures. This makes it even more exciting. Now you not only have chairs, but sculptures! So not only do you have furniture, but something of artistic value. They could be really comfortable if you can add some cushioning to them. The chairs combine appeals of outdoor and indoor. You can place them in your living room or your verandah. They’d look just right. If you have a garden, then you can plunk them in there somewhere.