Bring the Outdoors in With These Stylish Wood Slice Tables

updated Jul 17, 2020
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It’s summer, which means that every home decor company is talking about bringing the outdoors in and/or taking it outside. I’m all about a little seasonal refresh, but sometimes it’s those evergreen pieces (pun intended!) that really anchor a space. And all the better if they’re inspired by nature, especially when you live in a concrete jungle. To that point, lately I’ve been loving those wood slice tables that have been popping up all over, typically on sets of hairpin legs. They range in size from small to large and are totally DIY-able, if you have the time and patience for it. These tables also work with a wide variety of styles, from industrial modern to glam. Let’s take a look at a few examples, and who knows? Maybe you’ll be wanting a wood slice table too.

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This guy is pretty low to the ground — perfect if you find yourself being all boho and eating dinner, you know, just sitting on a floor cushion or pouf.

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Let’s call this one orglamic. The shape of this sandblasted slab tabletop is super rustic, but the grey finish and nickel hairpin legs are 100 percent mid-mod glam.

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You could DIY a wood slice table pretty easily, but this budget find is the perfect excuse not to craft when you need a side table for your house or apartment right away.

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You can still see the rings and get a sense of the bark on this live edge, handmade larger style.

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A little round top model like this is a good option as a small space living room side table or as an alternative to a traditional bulky nightstand.

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I love the two-toned finish of this acacia wood stunner.

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Wood Slice Coffee Table at World Market, $230

For an extra pop of personality, find a wood slice design that has an irregular shape. To really make it your own, grab a can of spray paint and coat the hairpin legs in a fun color.