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 Garden stools have been a Chinese tradition for centuries, believed to have originated from a Buddhist garden ritual where they sat upon old stumps and smooth rocks to meditate. Though referred to as garden stools, they were used both indoors and out.  For indoor use, these stools were typically made of wood to be more portable, while the outdoor ones were made of heartier materials - like stone, porcelain, and glazed ceramic - to better withstand the weather.

Versatile Styling

A garden stool doesn't necessarily belong in just your garden. Check out the design possibilities of this adaptable little piece of furniture. 

Living Room

 Pop a garden stool right next to your sofa or favorite lounge chair for a chic side table, and when you have extra company it can double as additional seating.

Bathroom

A garden stool in your bathroom can be a place to set towels or even create some ambiance with candles. Our favorite is drawing a warm bath and using the stool as a side table for a glass of wine.

Bedroom

A garden stool makes for a unique nightstand to hold all your bedtime essentials. Keep a book and your morning coffee nearby for those lazy Sunday mornings.

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