1,247 water Dining Design Photos

Gregory Phillips Architects
House Extension- Wimbledon
Ideabooks1,940
Questions1
walkway provides access, and the sheet of water provides a sense of security and wonderfully reflects the garden. I LOOVE THIS WATER FEATURE RIGHT OUTSIDE THE WINDOW!
glass and water/ inside and out. nice.
Water body next to living room
this design provides the benefits we have looked at: The walkway provides access, and the sheet of water provides a sense of security and wonderfully reflects the garden.More: Gardens Tap Into Rill Water Features
minimalist contemporary moat. Pared down to its bones, this design provides the benefits we have looked at: The walkway provides access, and the sheet of water provides a sense of security and wonderfully reflects the garden.
“Moat” — soniadesilva
Saint Dizier Design
1 Review
Breakfast Garden
Ideabooks3,392
Questions3
The breakfast room opens to a meditation garden with a lava water feature which creates the effect of floating stones.
Plants and water feature outside eating area.
Left Guest House Breakfast Garden The breakfast room opens to a meditation garden with a lava water feature which creates the effect of floating stones.
Water feature w/lava rock and tropical so around it
“basement walkout” — jbaioa
Kaylovesvintage
Dining area
Ideabooks4,768
Questions2
The water method.Use forcing glasses, containers or vases that will hold the bulbs just above the water and allow room for root growth below. Pick vases that won't tip over when the large flowers bloom.Place a bulb in your vessel and add water until it just reaches the bottom
bottom of the bulb. Change the water once or twice a week by tipping the liquid out and replacing it with fresh, lukewarm water.Put the bulbs in a place that's cool (40 to 55 degrees) and dark until the roots develop and leaves begin to sprout. Bulbs that were prechilled will show growth in roughly three
vases daily to prevent leaning, and change the water regularly. After about two additional weeks, you should have gorgeous, fragrant flowers that will last another two weeks or so in a cool spot.Once the blooms have browned and died, throw out the bulbs. Water forcing uses every scrap of energy a bulb has
“I like the different colored chairs.” — Tommy Stone
Celia Bedilia
15 Reviews
Decorating with Vignettes
Ideabooks1,227
Questions0
Like the leaf in the jar w/water and a floating tea light
Glass jar, leaf, water and float a tea light candle
curled leaf in mason jar - fill with water & use floating candle
use jar - wrap curled leaf around - add water - float
a glass jar — then fill the jar with water and float a tea light on top. Or use lengths of birch bark (available at craft stores) to wrap the outside of a jar or candleholder, and fasten them with twine.
filled with sand and water!!! and teelight!
jar, then add water and drop in tea candle
Dress up candles with woodsy details. Curl a wide green leaf and drop it into a glass jar — then fill the jar with water and float a
5. Dress up candles with woodsy details. Curl a wide green leaf and drop it into a glass jar — then fill the jar with water and float a tea light on top. Or use lengths of birch bark (available at craft stores) to wrap the outside of a jar or candleholder, and fasten them with twine.6. Make beachy candles
“Make beachy candles with mason jars and sand. Filled partway with sand, a mason jar of any size can” — RE/MAX professionals-The David De Leeuw Team
Eduarda Correa Arquitetura & Interiores
1 Review
Montain Home
Ideabooks5,265
Questions7
can you please give me more details on the water wall?
dhmona, if you are looking for a water wall, we can help you.
This is not a wall of water. There is a glass which closes at the bottom the place has a coating.
water feature in the home? oasis feel....
wall...would love a water feature along that line
“J'adore la balancoire suspendues” — Helene M
Dyna Contracting
6 Reviews
Dyna - Portage Bay
Ideabooks2,250
Questions1
e interior wood paneling. The atrium space celebrates light and water with open and connected kitchen, living and dining areas. The bedroom, office and bathroom have a more intimate feel, like a waterside retreat. The rooftop and water-level decks extend and maximize the main living space. The materials
Clean and simple define this 1200 square foot Portage Bay floating home. After living on the water for 10 years, the owner was familiar with the area’s history and concerned with environmental issues. With that in mind, she worked with Architect Ryan Mankoski of Ninebark Studios and Dyna to create a
What do you like about this photo? Water way
The window in the floor looking down the the foundation/water.
“Concrete floor” — jarquin
D for Design
7 Reviews
Jasmine 2 Dining room
Ideabooks3,224
Questions7
bold, contemporary pieces with more relaxed traditional pieces and is set against floor to ceiling glass doors that open to an outdoor living wall and water feature.
How can i get a copy of the water wall with the plants?
Nice layout for a bungalow, with water body outside, a dining table and the kitchen inside.
Nice layout for a bungalow, with water body outside, a dining table and the kitchen inside
LOVE HUGE WINDOW & WATER FEATURE GREEN WALL
Green wall with water out of faces
“Walls” — shandan5
Sutton Suzuki Architects
5 Reviews
Custom Design
Ideabooks6,901
Questions4
Site to see water views. Biophilically designed homes are sited to capitalize on available views. Looking at greenery alone lowers our tension levels, but when we can see water as well as plants, the calming effects are even more dramatic. In our primordial past, knowing that water was nearby gave
on available views. Looking at greenery alone lowers our tension levels, but when we can see water as well as plants, the calming effects are even more dramatic. In our primordial past, knowing that water was nearby gave us one less thing to worry about.
A reminder to add a water view
love glass corners, high maintenance but so cool… actually, not as good idea with brackish water
Site to see water views. Biophilically designed homes are sited to capitalize on available views. Looking at greenery alone lowers our tension levels, but when we can see water as well as plants, the calming effects are even more dramatic. In our primordial past, knowing that water was nearby gave
“The view!” — Xtraordinary by Design
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