VivaTerra Stone

  • 98 months ago VivaTerra »

    Polished smooth by river water, the flat stones in this bath mat create a wonderful spa experience, gently massaging the bottom of your feet in total comfort. Our absorbent, durable backing ensures that the mat sheds water, dries completely, and holds its shape. Away from the bath, it works equally well as a doormat.

  • 98 months ago VivaTerra »

    We've created garden lighting from naturally weathered and textured antique bowls, by including vegetable wax flakes and wicks. Easy to assemble with all components included, they become long-burning, warmly radiant walkway and garden lights or indoor decor. The genuine article-each bowl is individually shaped. APPROX 7"Dx6"H, 12 LBS

  • 99 months ago VivaTerra »

    This stone bathmat is meant to provide the spa massage-experience on your feet, every time you get in and out of the bath...Lovely!

  • 100 months ago VivaTerra »

    Smooth river stones in neutral tones add natural beauty and functional appeal to a mat that can be used next to a door or beside a shower. The mat is assembled from hand-gathered stones and securely attached to a weather tough backing. Each is unique, wonderfully tactile under foot, and artfully composed, as in a mosaic. 20"L X 29.5"W. Note: see special shipping info.

  • 100 months ago VivaTerra »

    Tumble-polished in swift streams, buffed and dimpled by time, these stone vases and cairns tell the story of their past in every fissure and swirl. The rounded sculptural beauty of these piled stones delights the eye as they rise up from a window sill, desk top or table.

  • 111 months ago VivaTerra »

    Tumble-polished in swift streams, buffed and dimpled by time, these stone vases and cairns tell the story of their past in every fissure and swirl. The rounded sculptural beauty of these piled stones delights the eye as they rise up from a window sill, desk top or table. Since we first roamed the planet, cairns-shaped rock piles-have been used as markers, whether on a mountain summit, path, or commemorative site.