To make an #outdoor dining area, use stacked stone for an elegant look that also creates a level surface for tables, chairs, and a grill.

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I like how everything is centered around the grand old tree. To make an outdoor dining area, use stacked stone for an elegant look that also creates a level surface for tables, chairs, and a grill.

Chimney flues form the legs of this modern picnic table. To find some like it, visit a masonry supply store. Be sure to ask for hard-fired terra-cotta. To achieve the right height for comfortable seating, you may want to set a 4-6-inch stone block under each flue. Flue pipes typically come in 24-inch-long segments.

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The base consists of two clay chimney-flue liners set atop concrete blocks (so that the table is at a comfortable height for sitting and eating). We made the tabletop from boards alternating with posts in decay-resistant cedar set ¼-inch apart.

Love this table! This custom metal-and-stone table is geometric chic. The cube-like base feels more modern than a typical pedestal. (Photo: Peter Murdock)

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