18,933 home water garden photo Home Design Photos

Merzbau Design Collective
1 Review
Casey Kitchen
Ideabooks4,396
Questions9
Appreciate the quick reply. Would love to see more facade photos in future. Thanks
COOL WATER CATCHMENT...water management... colour green...Water Handling
“Shipping container look sidjng” — expungebob
Loudoun County Full Interior Design Expert
It is not always about starting with a blank slate or purchasing everything New....It's also about working with the existing things you still love and adding to make them Grand!
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Heydt Designs
5 Reviews
Mill Valley Classic Cottage
Ideabooks11,847
Questions18
windows installed with the same simulated divided Lites as you have in this home. Do you recall the width of these? 7/8"? 1-1/2"?
where the shower and water closet is located is 9'-6" long by 3'-7" wide. The tub is 54" long. It just barely fits between the water closet and shower doors
where the shower and water closet is located is 9'-6" long by 3'-7" wide. The tub is 54" long. It just barely fits between the water closet and shower doors
minimize blown-out (overexposed) areas where there is too much light.This photo had an exposure that was four seconds long, and the camera was on a tripod
“Bathroom colors, counters, light fixture” — Kristin Jarrett
John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
11 Reviews
Lum
Ideabooks7,525
Questions7
How to make stucco walls water proof? In exterior stucco the black paper provides the water proofing and the stucco itself is water permeable.
applied with a steel trowel for exceptional smoothness and finished to resist water. The bathtub is salvaged, and the entire ceiling is a skylight. Note the
a rusty bathtub. I think pieces like this tub add a ton of character to a home.
“More stuff” — Randy Marble
Bristol Design and Construction LLC
5 Reviews
Infinity Tub
Ideabooks11,160
Questions5
limiting drainage locations- led us to install the tub on a teak platform. Water drains beneath it to the shower allowing the infinity tub.
well as a matching platform for outside the sliding door...allowing for water to move thru the wood instead of on a mat.
Bath with overflow -- to maximize water depth
Again allowing the water to run off anywhere and not have to clean up is nice
Look at teak flooring in this photo as alternative to stone. Thoughts?
Spa feel at home - love how the tub can overflow on the floor and it all drains underneath
“tile design” — gsvincent
Vanguard Studio Inc.
3 Reviews
8210 Big View
Ideabooks7,012
Questions3
What do you like about this photo?love it
current landscape. We could create a creekbed vs an actual pool here as the water receptacle
Color of water and will the height of the waterfalls be that tall?
columns, pool water feature...love water feature & lanai
“I like the cool house wrap patio feel” — Paul Davila
Cambuild
7 Reviews
Chatsworth
Ideabooks2,786
Questions2
I like photo of the light tubes at work, they are an option for cool lighting that also
8. Save hot waterIt’s costing money to heat your water so ensure there are no dripping hot taps around your home and, if you don’t already
showerheads. If you use electricity to heat your water, it might be cheaper to switch to gas or solar-boosted hot water.
“Bathroom” — lidiakennedy
Goldberg & Rodler, Inc.
Aerial View of Gunite Pool with Brick Patio
Ideabooks203
Questions2
as well as give an unencumbered view to the water, the main reason the clients purchased the house. Photo by Susan Sotera
hard surface around pool, deck on edge facing water
Overlooks water...Spa and water feature wall...Lake or river home
“all of it” — vj2728
Alexander Johnson Photography
2 Reviews
Upper East Side
Ideabooks3,921
Questions6
stain has been removed. Blood: Always use cold water when trying to remove a blood stain; warm water will cause the stain to penetrate further into the
alcohol to a cloth and blot; repeat until the stain is gone. Rinse with warm water.Glue: Apply an acetone nail polish remover, then blot. Repeat and rinse
making removal even more difficult. Dab the white vinegar mixture (with cold water) on the stain and repeat until the stain is gone.
excite the room (and help hide the inevitable stains). More: Browse more photos of kids' spaces See more accessories for kids' rooms
“Carpet tiles” — Jennifer Savage-Renshall
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