The use of stone in the garden is both an opportunity to achieve artistic decoration and functional aesthetics. Given that rock fragments have been the main building material for centuries and their unchanging structure guarantees the stability of the structures created by them, weaving them in symbiotic harmony with the fragile structure of the living world, brings a special charm. The most common use of stone in the garden is related to these characteristics, which allow its proper use for effective assimilation at different levels by terracing naturally cultivated areas or by stone beds in the garden. Ideas for designing a garden with gravel and river stones are also a common approach when arranging open spaces. Of course, the use of ponds, fountains, rock gardens and other garden decorations as well as their single decoration through painted stones in the garden or even decoupage of stones in the garden are one of the many forms for combining the transient and corruptible in irresistible beauty.