Alright, side table can’t be just a side table. It needs the functionality, and it needs the look as well. It can’t be too big, but a too small one will trigger too many issues too. Among so many models, the stump side is currently on trend as rustic and farmhouse look is on demand today, and these tables are too gorgeous:
1. Varnished Old Trunk
The final look of this side table is just really amazing. It is made entirely of an old wood stump with its natural grain and color and it has the right size for a side table. It is small enough but not too small for all the décor and ornaments.
The table is then finished with natural layer to show of f its natural beauty, creating an elegant as well as warm and rustic look on your living room set. Pair it with rustic ornaments, or modern ones if you will, and it instantly looks really cool.
2. Scandinavian Stump Table
The design concept is typically a mixture of two different styles. Looking at the black finished legs, this table is Scandinavian. However if we look at the top, this is more a rustic table. Brilliantly, this is a good looking side table and it will fit either style.
The wooden top clearly features and shows off its natural grain and crack, giving it a bare naked look of the wood stump we will like best. It will be a lot lighter than a full wood stomp table, yet it still looks as great as the rests.
3. Primrose Haven
If anything we should comment on this stump side table, it is heavenly and magical. The natural hue of the wood is already Frozen movie like, white washed with the original grain and cracking are fully exposed.
It isn’t very wide but it is in an appropriate size for a side table. The finish is very minimal because this table is meant to look super rustic. While the table should look just fine being alone, it looks super complex and sophisticated to be paired with another one on a different height.
4. The Yuca Side Table
Unlike the rest of the recommendations above, this side table looks smoother. While it doesn’t exactly look like a yucca to be honest, it does has the hue a little bit. Don’t be tricked by its smooth surface, this side table isn’t finished for natural appeal.
It is enriched with light wash to give it a versatile detail and its natural grain makes the highlight of the entire piece. It has the perfect height and width and every piece remains unique for being different from each other. It gets cracked over time too, but it only makes it even better.
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5. A Dip Dye
Leaving the wood stump just like that is a great idea, but dipping into a dye a bit is actually not a bad idea at all! This side table even looks just great with a little white dip on the bottom. It is just a light dye that allows the wood natural grains and cracks fully visible still.
The other great part of this table lies on its rolling wheels. The wheels are added to make it easier to move the piece because we know how heavy a wood stump can be. Awesome!
6. Burn Effect
It seems like we can have endless fun with wood stump side table. This piece for example is just brilliant. While the its natural grain, its crack, and original hue are well shown off, this piece actually offers one more unique detail, the burned side.
When you turn the table, it will show you a completely different piece. While it looks fragile, this versatility is really strong. You can even seat an adult on it or use it as an art display. It still remains rustic even though it gets smooth finish on it.
7. Straight Forward with Wheel
This is maybe the typical design for a wood stump side table, but this one is still special. It is made of walnut tree so it gets the washed and pale hue on it naturally. This hue is unique and it makes a delicate and sophisticated rustic look in an instant.
This table looks really natural for being bare naked, showing off its grains and cracks proudly. It is also completed with small wheels on the bottom for more practical usage, which makes this table even more irresistible.
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8. Staying Low
Unlike most coffee tables that are a little higher, this coffee table sits pretty low on the floor. The natural look is great and it looks very rustic. It gets smoothened a little for a more versatile look and it looks more casual than the rests.
It is the best fit for a more boho room, where people can sit on the rug with throw pillows or maybe a small bedroom with rustic touch and casual setting on it. It is pretty unusual but too gorgeous to forget.
9. Skinny Legs
We aren’t talking about the Victoria’s Secret models, but a wood stump side table. This one is an attractive piece. The top is made of a cut wood stump, finished with transparent varnish to give it smooth surface without covering the grains.
However, the top is thick enough so that the steel legs below look too tiny and fragile, but they aren’t. These steels are actually strong enough for the job, and they make this furniture piece a very industrialist as well as a rustic one.
10. With Shelf
This side table has the most distinctive look comparing the rests on this recommendation. It still use a whole wood stump as its main and only material. It is given with smooth varnish to make it looks sophisticated and done but nothing covers its natural look.
While the overall shape is similar to the others, this one is enriched with a rectangular hole in the middle right below the top. This can be used as a shelf where you can store some of your books and magazines, or a decoration ornament.