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How does a root table base differ from a stump table base?
Inverted root coffee table
Upright root table
Photo's (left) are two examples of " root " tables. One an inverted root coffee table, the other an upright root dining table.
Upright Plain Stump coffee table in progress (more)
Upright plain stump dining table
And, photo's (right) are two examples of " stump " table bases.
For the purposes of our design discussions, we make distinction between a root stump style of base and a plain stump style of base. This page is to outline that difference.
The difference is that a root table clearly has it's root structure left intact with all of it's
With relation to costs, it may be obvious by now, that the "stump" style (right) is less time consuming than the more intricate root bases and thus, it is, less costly
View the two photo's directly below. One (left) with it's intricate root structure, the other with a plain wood top (no intricate roots).