Japanese Garden Furniture
As the Japanese culture is continuously developing among people all over the world, it is no wonder that people are looking forward to decorating their homes in a classic Japanese style. Whether we are talking about Japanese beds or Japanese gardens, we are talking about the same process that is developing in all over the world.
First of all, in order to get the Japanese garden you have always wanted, you must talk with a specialized designer. Or, if you consider that you might do it yourself, then you must learn something about the Japanese garden furniture.
First of all, the Japanese garden furniture is characterized by the bamboo furniture. Every garden that is decorated in this style should have a table and some chairs made of bamboo. Usually, the price for such a set – a bamboo table with 4 bamboo chairs – is somewhere near $250, VAT included. Does it worth? We say that it surely does, as it is mandatory for every Japanese stylized garden to have such a set of bamboo table and chairs. A nice accessory for such a set is a bamboo umbrella. With a special design, this umbrella can reach even 3 meters if it is opened at its maximum wideness.
Another accessory that is definitely a must have for every Japanese garden it is represented by the stone sculpted statues. Figures like Buddha or Japanese fighters will suit every garden, as long as they are properly placed. The disadvantage of such a statue is the relatively high price: a stone sculpted statue of Buddha may reach even $600 or even more.
The Edo benches are also known to represent the Japanese garden furniture. These benches are known for the fact that their back has an arched form, exactly like a rainbow. Also, they are known for their length, as one such an Edo bench can reach up to 3 meters long. There available in 2 versions: in wood and in granite. The granite version is a little bit more expensive, but it looks damn good. Such an Edo bench, in the granite version can reach even $6000, while the wooden version is only $1800.
And of course, there are many more representative elements for a Japanese garden. Though, the above ones are mandatory and can not miss from any garden that wants to be known as a Japanese garden.