60,426 corner water feature Home Design Photos

Deep River Partners
2 Reviews
House on Lake Michigan
Ideabooks7,809
Questions8
where did you get the wooden countertop? How did you seal it to protect from water?
Simplicity , clean lines. Adapt to corner?
Simple, clean lines. Adapt to corner.
Takes up little space. Could be modified for corner.
“espejo y lámpara” — Cynthia Rocha
Phil Kean Design Group
14 Reviews
NeMo (New Modern)
Ideabooks11,824
Questions9
This space has several textures to include, water, plants, stone, faux fir and warm paint
Hang the big chandelier in the corner of living room? Matt's idea...
Soft lighting, corner pendant shade, warm rug
Corner table and pendent chandelier
“bench/chaise” — shangrila98112
Farinelli Construction Inc
6 Reviews
Farinelli Construction Inc
Ideabooks140K
Questions56
Hi. I love the style of this house. We are building in the Midwest, but we love more northeast style. Do you always do straight or bullnose drywall corners? We are having a hard time making this decision right now and are curious if bullnose corners are more of a Midwestern
The nice thing about this layout, is that if the pantry goes behind the refrigerator, you can put a shut-off there to turn off the water to the fridge (for winterizing.)
“pantry door” — ke43935
JWT Associates
4 Reviews
Beverly Ridge Residence
Ideabooks6,110
Questions2
Love the fire feature in the wall. To make it even safer, I'd love to have the pool between the house and the fire feature.
really neat way to have privacy screen and get fire feature
experience.Tip: Make sure your chosen location for any fire feature (gas or wood-burning) is clear of any foliage.
This stucco-framed fireplace by JWT Associates shows that the ribbon concept isn’t limited to the interior. Fire meets water in this outdoor poolside application.Browse ribbon fireplaces
Mitigating high fire risks. No matter your decision to use a gas or wood-burning feature, fire safety has to be the number-one priority. When the owners of this Los Angeles residence considered their options, they consulted Jeff W Troyer Associates for expert advice. "My clients originally wanted a
“Fireplace privacy wall” — mariahambrick
Architectural Gardens, Inc
4 Reviews
Lake Bluff, IL Modern Garden
Ideabooks1,265
Questions1
pretty but needs too much water
Lilyturf (Liriope muscari) Commonly called liriope, this evergreen ground cover features dark green strappy leaves and grows well in zones 5 to 10. Similar in appearance to mondo grass, it has leaves that are just a bit wider and grows
Lilyturf(Liriope muscari)Commonly called liriope, this evergreen ground cover features dark green strappy leaves and grows well in zones 5 to 10. Similar in appearance to mondo grass, it has leaves that are just a bit wider and grows to a height of 1 foot to 1½ feet tall. It tolerates a wide range of
“No mud!” — emchels
Matarozzi Pelsinger Builders
4 Reviews
Menlo Park Residence
Ideabooks1,723
Questions5
solar domestic hot water system and custom Honduran mahogany siding and front door. Photos: Matthew Millman Architect: Dumican Mosey
Ground up project featuring an aluminum storefront style window system that connects the interior and exterior spaces. Modern design incorporates integral color concrete floors, Boffi cabinets, two fireplaces with custom stainless steel flue covers. Other notable features include an outdoor pool, solar
courses, the wall immediately stands out as a feature.
Ground up project featuring an aluminum storefront style window system that connects the interior and exterior spaces. Modern design incorporates integral color concrete floors, Boffi cabinets, two fireplaces with custom stainless steel flue covers. Other notable features include an outdoor pool
“Fireplace panels” — allisonethan
lilydesign
West Vancouver Residence
Ideabooks125
Questions1
Grasses for vertical height. Perennial. Water feature? W ell overflow?
outdoor water feature
water feature
“The stone wall at the back and this wheat like plant” — rolisabherwal
Alair Homes
Toronto - Young Court Custom Home
Ideabooks96
Questions0
Young Court Custom Home: 3 Bedrooms, 3,400 sq. ft. walkout, 4 months. Multi-level deck, water feature, and outdoor living space creates an oasis in the back yard. 9' ceilings with 12' vault in Great Room, lots of large windows allowing the beauty of large landscaped lot backing onto forest. ©John
“Coffe tables... more furniture like indoors” — eandlproperties
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