In a Living Room
A set of garden stools in your living area can be a huge boon—they can pinch-hit as additional seating during large parties or serve as extra end tables for holding drinks, books, and other essentials. When they’re not in use, stow them underneath an open-base console, where they’ll sit pretty and be easy to reach.
In a Nook
Pull up a bold garden stool next to a cozy nook or window seat and use it as a surface for a book or a hot beverage. For added panache, mix in printed pillows, rugs, and accessories in a similar color as the stool, which will turn the space into a personal haven.
On a Patio
Perfect for any alfresco space, garden stools can stand up to the elements. Their round tops and polished silhouettes make them more than pretty perches, enabling them to also serve as stylish plant stands.
In a Bathroom
Bring sophisticated—and unexpected—style to a bathroom or a powder room by decorating it with a bright-colored garden stool. The shimmering seat easily doubles as a spot for towels and toiletries, or place a scented candle on it the next time you take a soothing bath.