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Tree Trunk Garden Decor Ideas

by Jane (follow)
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Tree trunks can used in so many different ways to add interesting features to a garden. Here are a few ideas.

Tree stump chairs
Use a chainsaw to cut a wedge out of a tree stump to make an interesting outdoor chair.



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Tree stump chair
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Tree trunk path
Cut a tree trunk into discs and lay out as a stepping path.



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Tree trunk path at Arlington Court


Tree trunk stepping stones
Alternatively, cut a trunk into discs and space them out to create stepping stones. Lines or patterns could be cut into the discs for extra interest.



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Tree trunk stepping stones


Tree trunk hut
I loved this tree trunk hut which I spotted at Arlington Court



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Tree trunk cabin




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Floor of hut


Tree trunk toadstools
A collection of tree trunk fairy mushrooms would add a magical touch to a forest garden and could also be used as stools.



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Carved toadstools on sale at Basildon Park


What interesting ways have you seen tree trunks being used in a garden? Please share your ideas in the comments forum.

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