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No more plastic! Or vinyl, or PVC!


stone furniture

Stone Couch at Chanticleer Gardens, Wayne, Pennsylvania
Image by Carolyn's Shade Gardens, Bryn Mawr, PA.
carolynsshadegardens.com


stone furniture

Stone chair at Chanticleer Gardens, Wayne, Pennsylvania.
Image by Carolyn's Shade Gardens, Bryn Mawr, PA.
carolynsshadegardens.com



stone furniture

Stone seating group at Chanticleer Gardens, Wayne, Pennsylvania.
Image by Carolyn's Shade Gardens, Bryn Mawr, PA.
carolynsshadegardens.com


stone table

Stone table and benches.
Julie Moir Messervy Design Studio.
www.jmmds.com


stone furniture

Aquafina Gardens International, Michigan.
www.aguafina.com


stone table

Stone Table by Colin Shaw-Rimmington, Canada.
wallswithoutmortar.blogspot.com


stone seating

Stone seating integrated into retaining wall.
matthew-cunningham.com


stone furniture

Weedle bench by 
Sunny Wieler of Stone Art, Cork, Ireland. www.stoneart.ie



stone furniture

Stone Bench by
Sunny Wieler of Stone Art, Cork,
Ireland. www.stoneart.ie


stone furniture

Circle of stone benches by Sunny Wieler 
of Stone Art, Cork, Ireland. www.stoneart.ie



stone furniture

Stone Bench by Sunny Wieler
of Stone Art, Cork, Ireland. www.stoneart.ie


stone seating

Artistic free-standing wall and bench with turf top called The Wonky Wall, Collessie, Fife. www.stoneinspired.com


stone seating

Stone seat and wall by Lew French.
www.lewfrenchstone.com


stone seat

Stone Bench
at the Condry Cottage, built by M.J. Murphy, Carmel-by-the-Sea. Photo by Linda Hartong. talesfromcarmel.com


stone furniture

Stone Sofa
By Grace Design Associates
gracedesignassociates.com



stone bench

Dry stone wall/bench.



stone sofa

A stone wall integrated into the back of a stone bench forms a stone couch. Tigard, Oregon. www.paradiserestored.com



outdoor stone bench

Stone bench and firepit.
www.chipperhatter.com



outdoor stone bench

Outdoor firepit with bench surround.
www.housebeautiful.com


stone seating

Council Ring, Windcliff, Indianola, Washington by Jeffery Bale. Most of the stone for this project was gathered from the beach below the property, giving it a strong connection to it’s setting. jeffreygardens.blogspot.com


stone chair

Stone chair at Lake Toxaway Lodge, North Carolina.
Via: www.vrbo.com


stone chair

Stone Chair. Aquafina Gardens International, Michigan. They will make any stone object you desire. www.aguafina.com


stone seating

Stone seat integrated into a retaining wall. 
© Andres Asturias 
www.archdaily.com


stone furniture

Stone couch and firepit. Cement was used to form the back of the couch and the top layer of its seat. Salvaged wood armrests. Shirley Bovshow of Garden World. photobucket.com


stone furniture

Stone couch at Ohme Garden, Wenatchee, Washington. 
Handmade by one couple. hazelbloom.typepad.com


stone coffee table

Stone coffee table by Max Lamb.johnsontradinggallery.com


stone furniture

Stone Furniture in Ottawa. Note the planter arms. Image by kshibano. flickr.com



stone furniture

Cement couch in Columbus, Ohio. Image by Friscocali. www.flickr.com


stone furniture

Stacked stone sofa. This outdoor sofa was created by the Featherlyte Outdoor Furniture Company of Knoxville, TN from false stone siding. Via: www.fauxpanels.com


stone seating

Stone Garden Gabions.
Hampton Court Flower Show
mooseyscountrygarden.com




 



 
 

 

 

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Valtellina
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Valtellina
Reply #6 on : Thu November 27, 2014, 04:33:51
Amezing posting brilliant done with stone
Materials engineer
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Re: Stone chairs, stone sofas
Reply #5 on : Tue April 23, 2013, 19:11:52
Awesome ideias but... Both vynil and PVC are types of plastics... *flies away*
Myrna
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Flintstones
Reply #4 on : Tue November 20, 2012, 07:38:01
These are so cool...be like living the Flintstones life...lol
Adeline
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Imaginaire de pierre
Reply #3 on : Mon November 12, 2012, 00:59:11
Great ideas. I'll keep it in mind for my futur green projects.
Md Rezaul Karim
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Stone furniture
Reply #2 on : Fri September 28, 2012, 05:27:21
Brilliantly done with stones.
ivano caldelari
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Re: Stone chairs, stone sofas
Reply #1 on : Sat June 02, 2012, 11:23:23
guarda!
 
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