Stone garden benches are a timeless choice for homeyards. Sturdy, durable and resistant to … more or less everything! If you are looking for a change from the standard and overused wooden benches, you are in the right place. Check out this list of classy stone benches, and you will never want any other garden furniture.
Stone Garden Bench
Awaken your senses with this stone garden bench featuring sophisticated canthus design and a weather-resistant, faux French limestone finish. It is made of reinforced fiberglass resin to provide long-lasting durability.
Swan Stone Garden Bench
Awaken your senses with this stone garden featuring sophisticated sturdy, acanthus-bedecked scroll feet, shell pediment top, paired arched winged swans and the graceful scroll work on the backrest. It looks like it came right from a fairytale.
Carved out of a slope in a hill, the sides and back are supported by a long piece of stone that serves as seating.
I planned on making a raised bed out of cedar...but this stone is beautiful! love the little bench...can't wait to garden!
philippe nigro seating Urban Seating Unit Adorned by Miniature Grass Island: Saturnia Bench
like the combination of the rocks & chips as a wavy line. want to do this in the flower beds.
Imagine painting Halloween props, a couple of wooden chairs or a bench outside. Or rocks lining a driveway!!!
These are beautiful. Ignor the part about nighttime rituals... Plant a Magical Moon Garden: Plant a garden with night-blooming flowers.
Chapter 12 large motor skills and outdoor play. In this chapter it talks about different things children can do outdoors and develop their large motor skills.
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PRACTICAL, graphic, surprising and poetic: A good path is a garden godsend. Whether it's softening a compact, angular backyard, or wending through a sprawling rural park, a path (or two) adds a design element that delights the eye and directs the feet.
The Koi Pond stained glass mosaic art on this bench is by Kathy Prescott Parker. To learn how to make mosaic stepping stones for your garden, click here.
Charming little garden house-- I can't keep a fake plant alive, but I would find something perfect to put in there!
Gravel: budget friendly & functional Pros Inexpensive; good drainage; low-maintenance; won't disrupt plants' roots; can stand up to fairly heavy traffic. Cons Inorganic, so it doesn't improve soil; without the right border, gravel pieces can spill out int
Learn how to build rustic stone benches that last a lifetime in this DIY project from MOTHER EARTH NEWS magazine.
This is a potting shed! It took the owner 4 years to build from solid sandstone and vintage materials. It even has a working fireplace! Adjacent is a beautiful walled potager. Palm trees give clue to its location. Australia - not France. See more photos a
Because the space that encloses this path is a slim 4 feet across, Pennsylvania bluestone-and-brick steppers turned on the diagonal make it appear larger. The placement also provides more room to tuck in plantings.
Ixia Viridiflora - Love the color, which is sort of a cross between turquoise and light blue. Need this for the Blue Garden!
A beautiful landscape with several different levels to make it visually interesting and make the eyes travel.