11,279 build a backyard water feature Home Design Photos

Castanes Architects PS
12 Reviews
Lake House
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Rain water is channeled through a perforated pipe to create a waterfall. The water then is channeled into rain water reserve tanks under ground. Photo:
Must have one! How, where does the water drain off? Recirculate?
mjlopez1983, The rain water is stored in a cistern, and re-used for the water feature, (and irrigation). We never have water shortage in Seattle. But
are in a dry area, you can set up your system to be supplemented by city water. You can also have a switch on the system to turn on and off the waterfall
So, the amount of water coming down the waterfall (or the time it lasts falling) depends on how much
built in water feature- it would help cool the area in summer too.
In addition to being a green component, the water feature creates a lovely ambience for the backyard and nearby rooms. "The house is close to a floating
“waterfall” — Bill Griffin
Rugo/ Raff Ltd. Architects
Grand Rapids Exterior
Ideabooks7,755
Questions3
Is the water stagnant or circulating? How does it stay so clear/clean? Love everything about this landscape!
look better shiny in water. Include in water features.
finished as an extension of the architecture. The sheet of water slides over the edge of the water feature into a recessed channel at its base, creating a small
clear, still water reflects the surrounding garden. The raising and separating of the rill by the use of a surround of cobbles makes a real feature of the rill
Water features. The true depth of a stone’s color shines through when the stone is wet, making cobbles, pebbles and paddle stones beautiful choices
is used in the water feature ?...Stones in the bottom of water feature...Having water run through it would...Like this water feature for backyard
“Tranquil pool” — Winchcombe Reclamation Ltd
imag_ne design + construction
Landscape - Port Melbourne
Ideabooks4,714
Questions2
plate size. I want to build a water feature & use quartz, petrified wood, granite, marble, agate, obsidian, etc in the wall with water flowing over it. Any
in designing and building with you. There are so many technical construction aspects to take in to consideration when working with water to ensure the longevity
would not know where to begin. Small, large, outside, inside, on a deck, water on or in front like in the picture. You could break and cut and stack or
Light feature combined with water feature
Horizontal water spout and sound on rocks
the stone wall and water spout
“Landscape Port Melbourne” — catrenton
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Harmony Outdoor Elements
Ideabooks11,861
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what do you call the lighted water exit on the wall? where can i purchase one?
You car find this water fall by Atlantic water gardens, called Color Falls
I'd like this build something like this with
don't want water feature with firepit in front of it
Is this water look Carville has in mind?
Fire pit and water feature combined...very nice firepit and water feature
“Love This - Perfect!!! *Get rid of the balcony and build this with an L-shaped cushioned couch.” — Jourdan Calderon
debora carl landscape design
15 Reviews
debora carl landscape design
Ideabooks9,879
Questions5
How deep is the water feature?
Water fountain and easy landscape maintenance
screening as barriers to help reduce water loss from wind evaporation. Decreasing the amount of wind going across the water feature will cut down on evaporation
fire and water with a view...water feature...dimensions of the water feature?...Water feature...Backyard fountain...Water features...the water feature...Water feature, outdoor...and water features...Bubble water...Water featured
“Fuente” — amcaferty
Envision Landscape Studio
10 Reviews
Garnet Residence
Ideabooks4,538
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colored concrete wall begins at the main water feature and weaves to the south west corner of the yard where water once again emerges out of a 4” stainless
pewter colored concrete wall defining and retaining earth around it. A water feature is the backdrop to this outdoor room extending the flooring material
wall, a warm western red cedar bench extends perpendicular out from the water feature on the outside of the slate patio maximizing seating space in the limited
This small tract home backyard was transformed into a lively breathable garden. A new outdoor living room was created, with silver-grey brazilian slate
Where can I find scupper/water spouts like these? Thanks!
If the water feature has lost more than ¼ inch of water, it may have a leak.
“Garnet residence” — catrenton
Breckenridge Design, Construction & Maintenance
12 Reviews
Stone Patio & Water Feature
Ideabooks2,777
Questions0
Berlin, WI backyard features a Bluestone patio with Germantown paver border, a spacious firepit using Winnebago boulders and a custom water feature, nestled
ask yourself what your goals are for your lawn. For example:Do you need to water less? Do you hate mowing? Does your grass need to stand up to lots of foot
water feature along a rock wall
“Backyard” — susanrk218
Julie Moir Messervy Design Studio (JMMDS)
Marrying Elegant Design & Sustainability
Ideabooks5,042
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Contractor: Robert Hanss, Inc. Steel Fabrication: Wovensteel and Richard Duca Water Systems: Pond Creations by Sean Photo by Susan Teare.
How long is the stream and does a pump bring the water back to the wat
Thanks for your question. The whole water feature is actually two recirculating systems. The upper stream, in the hand rill seen in the back of this photo
approximately 60 feet long. There is a pump in the water basin that is shown here to bring the water back to the top. The stream in the foreground is part
part of the second system and has a second pump to recirculate water. This stream is approximately 30 feet long. It was complex but a lot of fun to figure
How cool is this water feature???
“Like the path in the rough nature” — frankgraham555
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