If you think stone in design stops at your kitchen counter, these designs are going to take your renovation inspiration to a new level of chic. Here are 5 ways to work stone tables into your new interior design.
Minimalist Kitchen Design
Eliminate the bulk of a wooden table and clunky chairs with a minimalist kitchen design. This concrete countertop is spacious, without being overwhelming. The raw edge of the table gives texture to an otherwise sleek room design.
Elevate your outdoor living with a stone table! The leafy overhead is a soft and romantic juxtaposition for concrete outdoor tables.
Here is another example of a beautiful concrete outdoor table; the patina finish on this stone table adds a weathered tone. A bouquet of fresh wildflowers and a fresh outdoor picnic would be perfect here!
If you’re like me, adding a functional art piece to a room is necessary. This Donovan Lava Stone Table from One King’s Lane is so cool and bound to be a conversation piece!
The Romantic Garden
I love the idea of a stone table and bench by the garden. It beckons you to sort out your seeds (or nibble on freshly-picked fruit depending on the season). A stone table is the perfect finish for your romantic garden.