340 rock water feature Farmhouse Home Design Photos

Northworks Architects and Planners
1 Review
Michigan Barn
Ideabooks4,320
Questions1
doors, water tower, steel frame windows--N, studio
Landscaping front slope and rock
great water tank...rock garden
“window,blend of traditional w/ contemporary” — chen18
Wyant Architecture
5 Reviews
Wyant Architecture
Ideabooks851
Questions0
same house with the rock - interesting entryway - kinda anti dramatic as an entry way but cool for how it fits in.
Featured wall
“Front entrance ideas” — peterjunior
Jessica Williamson
2 Reviews
Award winning kitchen in Massachusetts
Ideabooks12,922
Questions19
Like the rock around the stove
Rock in the back and island
sink feature
“Stove” — Kristen Flagg
KCS, Inc.
Contemporary Farmhouse
Ideabooks1,283
Questions1
like the two tones of rock
Neat idea to put rocks/stones around firepit
Crushed rock with fire pit
landscape rock (pebbles)
Fire Feature
“The gravel!!!” — amasiko
Farmhouse Exterior
Ideabooks1,139
Questions3
Rock and plank
Farm, modern withoriginal features
Spacious cottage with rocks
Rocks in the outside....
“oh please!! love the stone!” — arielkennedy
Historical Concepts
4 Reviews
From Pre-Fab to Farmhouse
Ideabooks1,783
Questions0
Brick Pattern and Water Feature
landscape and water feature
path and water feature
“Water” — laura18rabbit
LASC Studio
Summerhouse Skåne
Ideabooks1,618
Questions2
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.
simple outdoor shower, river rocks instead of wood platform
“This roofline is pronounced, since the dark color stands out against the light sky. And painting a d” — margielynnj
TruexCullins Architecture + Interior Design
5 Reviews
Contemporary Vermont Farm House
Ideabooks1,713
Questions2
The most common recycled plastic, HDPE (high-density polyethylene) comes from water pipes and bottles (marked with a number 2 in the recycling symbol). HDPE is commonly downcycled into products like plastic lumber, garden furniture
Love the metal siding pair with concrete/steel/rock accents on a modern farmhouse/barn house.
UsesThe most common recycled plastic, HDPE (high-density polyethylene) comes from water pipes and bottles (marked with a number 2 in the recycling symbol). HDPE is commonly downcycled into products like plastic lumber, garden furniture
“white wash” — mjenniferhopper
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