A pair of garden stools can help show off a great pattern rug vs. a traditional rectangular coffee table, which would cover it up.
As a side table for books and fresh flowers in the living room.
As a resting place for your towel near the tub.
As a ledge in a shower enclosure.
As vanity seating in the bedroom.
As a side table for guest room corner seating.
As a layered extra side table + pattern in a bedroom.
As a pair for a coffee table in a small space.
As a trio of color under a console table.
As layered character in a room.
As a side table for books and tea.
As added texture under an entry table.
As extra quick seating.
As a side table on a porch.
Color-blocked in a cluster on the patio.
If you do come across a good price and size of a garden stool, but it's not quite the right color, or maybe you want to refresh one you already have, it is possible to paint your garden stool, with this simple process featured at The Painted Hive - How to Paint Ceramic - Drum Stool Redo.
Earlier this year, when I went to the Las Vegas Market, Safavieh launched a new Garden Stool Program (snippet seen below). Garden seat decorations vary. You can read more about the Chinese garden stool origin, symbolism, and mythology, by visiting HomeDecoDirect and also be sure to see the selection I spotted at my nearby HomeGoods in my previous post: Stylish Garden Stools For Spring At HomeGoods.
Do you have any garden stools in your home?
Where do you use them at?
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