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Building Stone Garden Accents

  • The mushroom style bench made from two pieces of reclaimed granite.

    Stone Garden Accents #6144

    The mushroom style bench made from two pieces of reclaimed granite.


    Architect

    CHS Landscape Concepts

    Location

    Newburyport, MA


  • This glacier erratic makes for the perfect solid picnic table

    Stone Garden Accents #6148

    This glacier erratic makes for the perfect solid picnic table


    Architect

    Visionary Landscapes

    Location

    Newburyport, MA


  • Granite sewer manhole casing used as garden focal point

    Stone Garden Accents #6152

    Granite sewer manhole casing used as garden focal point


    Architect

    Chuck Hugo Landscape Design

    Location

    York, ME


  • New England fieldstone archway

    Stone Garden Accents #6153

    New England fieldstone archway


    Location

    Manchester, MA


  • Old granite wall with benches acting like stiles

    Stone Garden Accents #6120

    Old granite wall with benches acting like stiles


  • Old Millstone with weathered Patina

    Stone Garden Accents #6124

    Old Millstone with weathered Patina


  • Four pieces of reclaimed granite block make this simple ,but elegant outdoor fireplace

    Stone Garden Accents #6128

    Four pieces of reclaimed granite block make this simple ,but elegant outdoor fireplace


  • Rustic well cover from Maine

    Stone Garden Accents #6132

    Rustic well cover from Maine


  • Pebbles and pieces of Vermont slate installed vertically create this stunning Design

    Stone Garden Accents #6136

    Pebbles and pieces of Vermont slate installed vertically create this stunning Design


    Location

    Dallas, TX


  • Gargoyle reclaimed from church

    Stone Garden Accents #6140

    Gargoyle reclaimed from church


Reclaimed stone accents in the garden create that defining feature that also blend seamlessly with the surrounding plant material and landscape.  From benches, millstones, unique posts and materials you might have never thought of, Stone Farm has or can source just the right stone garden accent.  

Standing Stones 

Vertical stones have been installed by man for millenniums for religious, as well as astrological reasons, along with the fact they are a cool and somewhat unusual element. In the modern garden or landscape a standing stone can act as a focal point, define the end of a wall or maybe hold a lamp.  Whatever the purpose or style--just the right standing stone can make a garden!

 

Reclaimed bollards hold this entrance gate. One tall standing stone! Standing stones used as posts.

Reclaimed Bollard

Reclaimed Quarry Tailing Megalith

Hand-split rustic post

Millstones and Well Covers 

Used for completely different purposes, both of these antique reclaimed stones are usually round in shape and come in a variety of sizes.  Millstones once turned by water power to grind grains, have wonderful hand carved grooves on the surface.  Well covers were often more rustic, with weathered, flat surfaces containing a hole in the middle. These were used to cover artisan wells.

Depending on the project, round stones like these can be used as an accent piece laying flat in the center of a paving area, or used standing upright as a nod to stone crafts of the past.

Millstones make great garden elements Millstones in the garden make for great architectural accents.

Antique Millstone

Rustic Well cover

   

Antique Stones make for Garden Whimsy

Stone Farm is constantly on the hunt for old and reclaimed stone relics that may be at home in the garden setting. An open mind may be required, but often these found pieces of stone salvage can be turned into that sometimes quirky and unusual element  that can become a standout conversation piece in the garden landscape.

An unusual reclaimed stone firepit Stile stones from Europe may a great garden accent. Slate shingles installed on their edges create the background for this unusual star pattern.

Driveway transition pieces as fire pit

Stile Stones from England

Salvaged slate shingles installed on edge