7,624 water spigots Exterior Design Photos

Mark Brand Architecture
7 Reviews
Warm Modern in Noe Valley-Exterior
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stainless sillcock water spigot on cedar
“this color for front door” — shaniisawsome
AMS Landscape Design Studios, Inc.
4 Reviews
AMS Landscape Design Studios, Inc.
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Where did you get such a unique spigot?
Thank you for sharing your source. I am working on a home in Monterey, Ca. and the spigot will look perfect on the outdoor fountain.
This spigot came from a company called 'Fountains Unique'. Here is their contact information and website: http://www.fountainsunique.com/ Fountains Unique 23011
The scrollwork spigot could easily be attached to a downspout and you could add a hose end to the bottom of the pot. Hidden pipework is an added expense but worth it for the final look.
rainbarrel to water garden, how does the water get from barrel to garden?
On a similar vein, consider turning a fountain into a rain barrel. The scrollwork spigot could easily be attached to
“Lovely water barrel” — mjkjrobinson
SH interiors
9 Reviews
Pool fountain
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cascading water & spouts at swimming pool
could add a water feature/fence behind the pool....could be phase 2
Any way to have a water wall
Water spigots into pool
Nice Water feature...THE water fall...water feature
“Fountain” — sedaoztcelik
Northern Virginia Contractor
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Calico Studio
3 Reviews
Ames Lake Studio
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Where and how much is the rain water system? Also what is the capacity?
Love the water tank, where did you get it?
Is the water recycled back into the house for daily use, drnking, showers, etc?
Richwood27...no the water in the cistern does not currently feedback to the building but we designed the system so that we could use the water as grey water. Currently we are unable to use it for potable/drinking water because of health codes. And yes we would need to add
captured water for irrigation and the overflow for a rain garden"
elegant and clean way of saving water
Wonderful structure for many purposes Water tank
Water tank attached to rain gutter
Rain barrel near workshed to accommodate grey watering?
“Rain water collector” — runher99
LASC Studio
Summerhouse Skåne
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run (hot?) water to south side of house/garage for spigot(s) and simple outdoor shower
Simple, working man's outdoor shower to clean up before coming inside. Uses regular outdoor faucet as water source. Simple wood platform to stand on, raised out of wet grass/mud. But M. Isn't sure he wants so close to house.
“Pure simplicity but not much elae” — fallon_derocco
Feldman Architecture, Inc.
7 Reviews
Caterpillar House
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Hello, We really like the water tanks. Are they used for landscape irrigation, or domestic water use--or both? Are they custom-made? Thank you, merge studio
Design w. cistern to gather water
enormous water tanks to capture water
Metal Cistern for Collecting Rain Water
Rain water collection tanks for main house.
Water will become a much more valuable resource, just as it was when you had to carry every drop into your house by hand. We’ll need to grow as water thrifty as the Victorians were, with their average use of 20 liters a day. The
4. Water Efficiency (WE)Points available: 15 (minimum of 3 required)Points earned for: Conserving and using less water in and around the house.Things to keep in mind: This category is fairly straightforward. But
“water leed efficiency” — ssbcrna
Fivedot Design Build
4 Reviews
The Orchard
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home with a strong emphasis on sustainability. The house includes a rainwater harvesting system that supplies the toilets and laundry with water. On-site storm water treatment, native and low maintenance plants reduce the site impact of this project. This project emphasizes the relationship between site
for a client. We were looking at building custom cedar housing for IBC containers, but original sketches for the project utilized poured concrete water "silos" like the ones pictured here. I would prefer to get back to that idea.
Catchment system for rain and grey water.
rain water collection tank is part of the design
Some things to watch out for: Possible contaminants in your runoff water. Make sure to think about where the rainwater was before it arrived in your tank, and where that water is going to be used. You wouldn’t want to spray your tomatoes with lead-contaminated water, for
“Concrete” — Michael Carroll
McClellan Architects
3 Reviews
Forest House - Exterior features
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Borrow from natureIf space allows, be ambitious with your water feature, dropping it down levels, bisecting it with walkways and introducing small falls and weirs so you can hear the water flowing. Imagine a shallow stream tumbling over rocks and bending around meanders and use this as your model.
Interesting water feature
Water feature and glass entry
Sleepers and water feature
Railway sleeper water feature
water feature...water feature...water with concrete...Bridge over water...water features...The water pools....water featues...Water anyone?
“Modern & clean” — manizhu
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