1. Add a fountain. You don't need to have a pool to add a fountain to your home. There are good fountains for both indoors and outdoors. Choose one that goes well with the rest of your home's design.
2. Make a rock garden with a waterfall. Water features are great when they are used outdoors to improve your landscape. It's best if you can find a way to save water such as diverting the water from the waterfall to an area of the landscape that needs steady watering.
3. Waterfall off of the side of the house. This is a really cool design feature that immediately catches the eye of anyone who visits your home. It's a waterfall that comes right off the side of the house and splashes on to the ground below.
4. Add a pool with miniature fountains. Just adding a pool to your home is certainly a great way to bring water to your yard. However the effect is even more dramatic when you choose a pool that has more advanced water features such as miniature water fountains or built-in waterfalls.
6. Add water artwork to your house. You don't actually have to add real water to your home to incorporate this great element into your decor. You could choose instead to add artwork to the house that depicts the kind of water that you enjoy. Abstract scenes or realistic ones both work well depending on the design of your home.
7. Set your home up to get a view of the water. If you happen to be lucky enough to live in a home that has a view of the beach, a lake or even just your neighbor's great pool then you don't need to do much at all to bring that water into your home. Simply set up your house so that the furniture faces the windows which face this view.
8. Choose a great water feature for your bathroom. This blue and gray water feature that we see here is actually part of a water feature used outdoors on the patio of the home. However I can see this same design working really well in a bathroom to really highlight the water of the bathtub or shower area in the home.