These images of outdoor gardens reveal a number of wonderful pieces that truly represent what I think is so beautiful, bringing a little 'indoor', 'outdoor' in some cases, and in others there are period pieces; unique and elegant in their own special way.
If I could create a single short sequence that really reflects what appeals to me most in this arena; this would be it!
French Chaises; can still be found by collectors with a discerning eye- either unrestored in their original condition or, refurbished somehow, in some way that might suit your personal decor. I am a fool for old chairs of nearly any kind! Here are items made from chestnut or hazel wood; genuine, solid and practical [for the people and from the time-period they were made/ were popular (c. 1887)]. A lovely Adirondack; one of my favorites… named for the mountain range in New York and found primarily throughout New England as invented in the early 1900’s.