Of course, that includes turning them into a kitchen sink.
Jul 21, Cut off the stump, using a chainsaw or a wood saw, if necessary. You need about 18 inches of stump to make a bench.
Notice how the cut tree stump above can be used for many things.
If the tree stump is only 6 to 12 inches wide, cut two pieces to use as bases on either end of the bench. If the tree is larger than 12 inches, split the stump down the middle with steel splitting wedges and a sledgehammer. Jul 30, At first, I figured I would just make a seat instead of a bench, but I really wanted a bench.
I used one of the boards that would be a horizontal support to mark off and cut the stump, using the reciprocating saw. At this point, I was still thinking of making a seat, but figured this stump was solid enough to support a bench. This bench, skillfully cut from a massive tree stump, offers woodland visitors a serene spot to stop and enjoy the scenery.
A commercial chainsaw is your best bet for making both the initial top Estimated Reading Time: 6 mins. Aug 28, Stumped about what to do with old stumps?
A wooden coffee table looks great on a living room with wooden flooring and white walls.
Landscape expert Jake Moss offers advice. Jun 29, The cut stump treatment method is effective on almost any size woody invasive plant including large woody vines. However, small stems less than a half-inch in. Oct 10, - Explore Shawn Naylor's board"Tree Stump Furniture", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about tree stump furniture, log furniture, furniture pins. Step 1. Draw a byinch rectangle on top of the tree stump. Position the front of the rectangle at the front of the stump.
If a rectangle of this size will not fit on your stump, shrink the size but keep the dimensions proportionate to each other.