Garden stools have long been a staple of Southern decor. In my house growing up we had a garden stool in the living and family rooms serving as a low to the ground and convenient side table that could be placed nearly inconspicuously next to a chair. Then last year, one of my favorite Aussie digital decor magazines featured interior decorator, Sally Rhys-Jones's, entryway. It's been pretty much a year and I still remember it so let's just say her use of an oversized champagne cork as a garden stool stuck out.
Her space was awesome - traditional. chic, eclectic with a Parisian flare- all things I love. It got me thinking how cool a cork stool is. A little 'Honey I Shrunk The Kids', but unique.and interesting. So, today, I'm sharing some options and thinking about adding one of these suckers to my new abode. Turns out I have a shelf really similar to Sally's it can sit next to.
I am so looking forward to the long weekend and a much needed beach trip. We're almost there!