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Besides prayer, meditation and a really good snuggle session with my dog, Klunkers, nature helps calm me. Purposefully cross-cut and lovingly smoothed to perfection, this tree stump accent table is just waiting to beautify your home. I did a double-take at these silvery stumps, painted to fit into any mod or cool eclectic pad.
By proof of this hallowed out stump art piece, we can definitely see that Mother Nature is a mad sculptor. Resin has swallowed a tree stump and salvaged wood to then showcase their au naturel magnificence by way of a very heavy side table and potentially unmovable dining table. When you get down to the root of things, like the many of this sculptural arbor, there’s no denying its artistic truth. Very cool in its design, (well, maybe not for those of us who would have actually taken the time to count its rings), this hollowed tree stump table is definitely a show stopper.
So…when decorating your interior…where would you place au naturel pieces of furniture?
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Filling cracked or knotty wood without using wood putty may seem a difficult task, but there are a few options.
Cracks filled with epoxy can allow you to create an even finish that wouldn't otherwise be possible. Both West System® and System Three offer an ideal option: epoxy tinting pastes in several colors. Small amounts of universal colorants or liquid dye concentrates, up to two percent by weight, will also work, provided you leave a week before sanding and finishing to allow the solvents to escape from the cured epoxy.
Fill the void just slightly proud of the surrounding surface so you can sand the cured epoxy flush.
Sometimes, cured epoxy will develop a waxy surface film called “amine blush” that can clog sandpaper and inhibit the cure of some finishes. Very thin finishes, like a single coat of Danish oil wiped on and off, may appear shinier over the epoxy. This article is kinda sorta useful, but not since there is a crack at school and I need to fix it soon. I've filled a few cracks and a larger whole with epoxy, but now I see there is a diff color on the wood where the epoxy dried, outside of the cracks and hole.
Packaging should be the same as what is found in a retail store, unless the item is handmade or was packaged by the manufacturer in non-retail packaging, such as an unprinted box or plastic bag. Yes you can however the wooden floor has to be sanded down to bare wood and remove any old coating. Contact the seller- opens in a new window or tab and request a shipping method to your location. Orders may be processed faster, typical same day shipping by credit card payment if orders are placed called in before 12pm PST Mon-Thurs. Exquisite interior designer, Barbara Barry seemed to be speaking only to me this past week at the Design Bloggers Conference in Universal City, when she posed the idea of finding beauty in anything (including the after party wine spills and messy dishes of a once-elegantly set table!).
We recently had our trees trimmed (I mean, almost ridiculously down to the stump-boo) so we have lots of different sized trunks laying around.


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I’d also avoid dry dye powders, as they may not show their true color even when mixed thoroughly. If the crack goes all the way through the wood, put masking tape on the bottom so the epoxy doesn’t drip out before it cures. Prevent problems by scrubbing the cured epoxy with water on a Scotch-Brite® pad prior to final sanding, especially if you plan to use oil-based varnish. If you reside in an EU member state besides UK, import VAT on this purchase is not recoverable. Interior decorating can be daunting for some, but it’s hard to go wrong when Mother Nature is invited to stay a while. The item may be a factory second or a new, unused item with defects.A See the sellera€™s listing for full details and description of any imperfections. The sanding dust, called “swarf,” combines with the still-wet glue to fill the crack as you sand, making an instant patch quite close to the color of the wood. You can add epoxy pastes or pigments up to 10 percent by weight, or about four teaspoons per cup of mixed epoxy. With powders, pastes and concentrates, first mix the two parts of the epoxy together thoroughly, then stir in the colorant.
The color can come from wood dust, pigments that either match or contrast with the surrounding wood, or decorative additives, like metallic flake or pearlescent powders. The following tree stumps au naturel tell their own stories of decades, and quite possibly, centuries of existence on the planet, revealing beautiful textures, colors and patterns to calm the space you love.



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Comments

  1. ghk

    For fun and also bird watching, fishing or different associated.

    13.11.2014

  2. WARLOCK_MAN

    And without and now I see that you're offering particulars and.

    13.11.2014

  3. Odet_Ploxo

    The youngsters will help build it, and then they.

    13.11.2014

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