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WPL
1 Review
NIF Residence by WPL Site Design
Ideabooks0
Questions0
NIF Residence by WPL Site Design
water feature design
outdoor space design
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SoCal Contractor
27 Reviews
Doors
Ideabooks3
Questions0
water feature design
“Entry door - modern” — SoCal Contractor
Norwood Architects
17 Reviews
Reynolds Plantation Home
Ideabooks5,510
Questions5
attempt an indoor water feature in my home. It's my hope that placing it near our music room will help maintain sufficient humidity for instruments with soundboards. As I design the piece, I'm curious to know the total gallon capacity of the reservoir (since it must hold all water in the system) and
How is the water feature installed and who was the manufacturer? Is it partial custom with a kit or was it all purchased together and installed in a niche? Thanks!
Beautiful feature with both aesthetic and practical benefits. This
humidistat? Lastly, is the water reservoir auto replenished with a float valve and it's own plumbed water source? I have to assume evaporation could remove a gallon or two for each full day of operation. Thanks much, and again, congratulations on such a dramatic and remarkable feature.
“Water fall fountain” — cdancaster
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TempleHome
Hollywood Hills Contemporary
Ideabooks7,171
Questions4
New Residence; View of Front Entry, Architecture and fountain design by TempleHome
Is there a water filter system?
Where can you buy the waterspouts for the pool feature
Water feature reminds of river bed
Spouts for the water feature create effect when water lands
pebbles in bottom of pool, water spouts
defecting pool turned fountain - circulates water
“Entry water” — Davis Design and Development
BAAN design
Alchemy
Ideabooks2,060
Questions1
Concrete water feature. Add tile inside for design??
I love the water feature here!
The tiles on the wall above this water feature look like they are made of concrete. by BAAN design
ooking for idea of water feature in den
The tiles on the wall above this water feature look like they
The tiles on the wall above this water feature look like they are made of concrete.
“water body at entrance” — protikguha
Studio William Hefner
1 Review
William Hefner Architecture Interiors & Landscape
Ideabooks28,519
Questions8
Where can I get the details on that water fountain? Thank you
Water feature - would like it somewhere
The cascading water fills this entryway with the relaxing sound of water.
Add a water feature. The sound of burbling water is very soothing and has the added benefit of muffling unwanted noise from neighbors or a busy street. Custom water features like the one shown here are stunning, though there
5. Hidden water features. The sound of water is always a welcome addition to the garden. It has the ability to cover unwanted background noise and impart a sense of calm, regardless of whether it is a rushing stream or a gurgling, overflowing pot. What makes a water feature even more intriguing
intriguing is when it is heard before it is seen. The sound of water acts like a beacon, compelling the garden visitor to find the source. Water features should be in a location where they can be heard in both the front and back garden, as the sound will help connect the two areas.
“Wood wall” — pop22eye
Regina Sturrock Design Inc.
2 Reviews
Regina Sturrock Design East Meets Southwest
Ideabooks7,751
Questions3
Regina Sturrock Design East Meets Southwest
existing envelope of spectacular Southwestern architecture. A truly personalized space emerged with the intermingling of style and uniquely customized features and details. Roy Timm photography
Thank you! The fountain was custom designed by Regina Sturrock Design Inc.
water feature at entrance but not like this one
“Inside waterfall from stairs in entry” — ABC, Inc
Clifford M. Scholz Architects Inc.
6 Reviews
Lido Tropical
Ideabooks1,427
Questions1
“I like the water under the walkway” “how the water is on each side of the path” “Water under the entryway bridge to bedroom catacombs” “Like the water at the front”
I like the water under the walkway
Walking over water is just about the coolest thing ever. However, I fear my dogs would use is as their personal water dish.
“I like how the water flows under the sidewalk” — judygreenwood
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