8 Decor Ideas That Started With Fallen Trees

Stumps and branches get a stylish second life as rustic decor.

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Stumps and branches get a second life as rustic decor.

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Upcycled Treasures
Rustic Pedestals

Stocky stump slices elevate your favorite tchotchkes (or desserts!) to new, super-cute heights.

Get the tutorial at All Things Heart and Home »

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17 Apart
Stumpy Side Table

With a healthy dose of elbow grease (hello, power sanding!), wood stabilizer, and a final gloss, this cast-aside slice earns a place of honor in the living room.

Get the tutorial at 17 Apart »

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Craftberry Bush
Branch Placemats

Arrange petite wooden slivers into a finishing touch for your dinner party table.

Get the tutorial at Craftberry Bush »

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Watermelon Wedge

This piece of scrap (leftover from a large oak tree removal ) turned into a fruity patio accent.

Get the tutorial at Hometalk »

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At Home in Love
Colorful Coasters

A swipe of pastel paint creates a color-blocking effect that's a sweet surprise juxtaposed against the rustic birch.

Get the tutorial at At Home in Love »

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The Hunted Interior
Faux Fireplace

Round wooden slices puzzled into a panel create hearth decor that tricks the eye.

Get the tutorial at The Hunted Interior »

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Megan Brooke Handmade
Chalkboard Slices

This clever blogger created mini memo boards from tree removal leftovers.

Get the tutorial at Megan Brooke Handmade »

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Upcycled Treasures
Wooden Wall Art

It takes rose-colored glasses to see a fallen tree as a DIY decor opportunity, but this blogger took the challenge in stride.

Get the tutorial at Upcycled Treasures »

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