Japanese stone basins from Stone Forest

If you’re lucky enough to be living in a nice house, not necessarily in a quiet or private area, then you know how pleasant it is to have your own garden. Personally I prefer crowded apartments, but I still admit that having a garden is a great advantage, especially it the summer season when everybody just wants to get out of the house and enjoy the nice weather while they still can.

Having your own garden means you can arrange it and decorate it in any way you want. Regardless of the design you have chosen for the interior of the house, the garden doesn’t necessarily have to share the same style. A very nice detail in a garden in often a basin. It’s both functional and a great decoration. Stone Forest has a 16 years tradition in designing this specific range of products. They now offer to the public a very beautiful Japanese stone basin that has a very nice traditional look. It would look beautiful in any garden. They manage to obtain these incredible designs by hand carving the stone.

Whether you choose it for the traditional Japanese design and its signification or whether you just enjoy its look, this stone basin will complement any garden offering both functionality and aesthetic beauty. You can even choose to custom make your own traditional Japanese basin.These basins are from stone forest.

Published by in Bathroom, on July 11th, 2011


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