Profile: Ileen Searcy

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Tree trunk coffee table is a coffee table made from a tree trunk. This table looks so amazing; because of its unique and beautiful decorations make communities like these. Tables made of tree trunk you can get at the store or make your own. For those of you who live in the forest area can find these trunks in the forest, but choose a rod that has a circumference of the tree, to be used to put the coffee on the table.

Tree trunk coffee table can be used as part of the design of the house. Color on the trees in the paint can accord your taste. The paint used is a special paint timber, so that the paint easily attached to the surface. There are also some people who possess a farmhouse coffee table of tree trunk without the original trunk color only, so you could see the circumference of the tree at the trunk. To create a table of a trunk must be dry otherwise it will rot, which is not good for furniture. For those of you who have the creativity to make the table itself by using a chisel and the latter was largely a process of sanding.

But to make a coffee table made of tree trunk need a process that must be done. In order not bother you in making better purchase in the furniture store Because of the technology and the skills that they have the results of the table is very unique and interesting. Tree trunk coffee table made of wooden rods usually has a small size so it can be used in a home that has room small.
Tree trunk coffee table has a lot of functionality and usefulness in addition to its fruit is edible, the trunk can be used as furniture in your home. The trunk can be unique and attractive ornaments in a design, the colors shown also simple and neutral so that you can combine according to the color you like.
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