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Tree Stump TableWood is becoming one material which is becoming very reliable and aesthetically pleasing. The demand for wood is on a rise as more and more people are going for wood to decorate or remodel their houses. Wooden furniture is expensive but a sign of sophistication and class hence luring more people o opt for wood instead of any other material. The price of wood keeps appreciating with time hence making it a very good investment option too.

A tree stump is a part of the tree, rather a block from the trunk of the tree cut out especially to make the tree stump tables. Many trees can be used for this purpose but the trees with the biggest decorative art designs are oak, juniper, walnut, pine, cedar and eucalyptus. The tree stump table is one of a kind interior decoration and is very appealing to the eye. It takes around 3-4 years to form. It can be cut out from a tree trunk but it takes that many years to completely dry out. There are unnatural method used for drying too called kiln-drying but they leave bigger cracks. The natural air drying process is the best where minimum cracks happen. After this process the skinning or sculpting process takes place where the unrequited extra limbs of that bark are removed. Then the initial sculpting is done by the sculptor followed by the smoothening by an orbital hand sander. The texture of the bark or wood stump depends on the tree bark which is being used. The height and effort too depends on the same factor.

To give it a more beautiful look, metal legs can be inserted into the bark to make it look more like a table. Metal and wood together creates a beautiful effect.

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