Someone commented that the gold garden stool is too pretty to put outside. Well, it won’t be going outside.
These garden stools have become very popular in home furnishings and decor.
I have looked at them many times online. But either they were small and too much or big and far too much.
The one I found fit the bill all around.
Here are some garden stools I found on Pinterest to show how they are sometimes used.
For instance, they can be used instead of side tables. Which is an obvious choice.
Use several gathered together instead of a coffee table. This would work wonderfully in small spaces.
In fact for a really small space you could use one or two.
Next to a bar cart to hold the ice bucket for a party or evening in with a few guests.
You could use it simply as a decorative accessory much like I am in my living room.
You could put garden stools on the porch to use when someone needs a place to set their glass of iced tea.
One or two would be really pretty in an entryway underneath a Parsons table just for decoration.
You could use a garden stool in a bathroom to hold towels or a glass of wine.
You can read the history behind these pretty stools here. Their origin is in China and they were used in gardens, hence the name.
I love mine. It’s such a gorgeous color and I like the texture. It’s a good height.
I’m so glad I went ahead and bought it ($69.00) because I doubt I’ll find one for anywhere near that price for the size. I would have regretted it if I went back and someone else had snapped this beauty up.
It’s place will remain indoors as a decorative element or side table. I look at it as a piece of “jewelry” to accent my bohemian theme.
If you go to buy one online, check the size because sometimes they aren’t really all that big. This one is 12 inches wide and 18 inches high.