Stumped on side tables?

September 18, 2010 at 7:56 pm Leave a comment

Natural, often reclaimed, stump-like side tables are popping up everywhere. I’m personally a big fan – but I also understand that when a mega-brand like West Elm comes out with a natural tree-stump side table, you may have your eyes open for something more eclectic. Here are some great examples:


adorable (and flat pack-able) Tree Stump Coffee Table by Because We Can ; ‘A One Piece Wooden Side Table’ by mystery designer John Swanson via re-nest


Holey Stump by THOUT available through Design Public; Lost & Found Stools by &made

September 18’s daily design idea is design trends that enter the mainstream don’t necessarily lose momentum in smaller markets.

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