We have a breezeway between our house and the garage where we have outdoor wrought iron patio furniture that is really nice but it's not the best place to sit until early evening until the sun goes down. Plus you have to drag all the cushions in/out when it threatens to rain. A pain in the you know where! I have many container pots. Does anybody have any ideas of plant stands that one could use to elevate some of the smaller pots in a grouping, that would look nice, like pedestals. I used an old bird bath that was cracked this summer for planting portulaca and I have another very heavy and beautiful birdbath that I was thinking about using some floating candles in at night(citronella, of course)or planting it is cactus or succulents, but it is solid concrete and there's no way we could drill for drainage holes to use as a planter, so the logical solution would be to use it to hold water and the floating candles. Of course, the floating candles would have to be taken in out of the sun to keep from melting. The bird bath is made into two separate pieces, the stand, and the bowl. It takes two of us to lift just the bowl to empty the water out or to clean it. I've got plans for an inside pedestal, wondering if I couldn't use it for pressure treated lumber for the outdoors and use exterior paint on it.