Tree Trunk Table - made from a pine tree. it looks like a small tree which is intriguing. it has a tree trunk for the stand of the table and then a tree paneled texture as the top of the table for items to be placed on.
Tree stump turned dining table - If you have the space and the stump, then I can't think of a reason not to make this Secret Garden-esque table. A leveled tree stump with a DIY poured concrete top, offers up a table worth drooling over
Did you have to say goodbye to a favorite tree? Ask the arborist to save you a piece about this size. You can remove the bark, lightly sand and then seal (with poly, or beeswax) and use as a table. Good idea for some of our trees we need to inspiration
skip the towel rod. It's always hard to decorate around the towel rod. Plus, this fits a LOT more towels. I completely agree about skipping the towel rod.unless it's a heated towel rod in Michigan in winter :)
"Happily, we have a choice in this country," says designer David Drummond. "We don't all have to live in brand-new McMansions." Drummond's choice is a revolving door of restoration projects, the latest of which is an farmhouse
A cool idea on using the space of the corner cabinet ! With these shelves, you can organize, see what's in it and not have to get down on your hands and knees if there was a lazy Susan in the space. Down side--- no hide and seek space.