Drystone Designs – A Natural Art

In a corner of the garden


n the 18th century, stone features and follies were built to add interest and character to a garden. An unusual design would draw the viewer further into the landscape, and when reached would offer a comfortable seat and viewing point.


Most of the seating features can have a recess built in behind the seat to hold a bottle of wine for example, and small stone ledges for a glass or teacup.