Adam Campbell

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We currently live in a small apartment so it fits perfectly in front of our couch so there is space to walk around. We have a chaise on one side of the couch that you can kind of see in some of the pics.  There is another chair on the other side so its a little tight fitting.  

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I vote poplar too !

Homemade it's a cool project. I saw an ad for some astronomically priced stump tables that seemed like ironic hipster crap.

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15 hours ago, Tom King said:

Poplar, but it's not a stump.  A stump is the part in the ground that has roots on it.  This is a log section.

That is a good point.  Not sure the reason why they are referred to as stumps.  My theory is that they in essence emulate/become what you would do with a stump that is currently in the ground, and that is perhaps sit on or put something on it, except these are in your home.  

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Well, if ya really want to get technical, what ya could have is a butt. It's the portion just above the stump. Hehehehe, roll that one around for a while[emoji13]

 

-Ace-

 

 

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I vote Poplar too. A couple months ago I wanted to see if my old Massey Ferguson 135 would pull a big dead Oak stump out of the ground. I cut the tree down maybe 8 years ago. It pulled out with roots 2-4 feet long. I flipped it upside down and polished the whole thing. I'm at the point of leveling the roots and plan on putting an oval, green tempered glass top on it, Joe.

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