484 water sheer Garage and Shed Design Photos

A.GRUPPO Architects - San Marcos
4 Reviews
Rancho Encino Residence
looking at the sole water source for the family. Water is channeled via pvc pipe from the roofs into the tanks where it is stored. There is a supply loop that is powered by an "on-demand" pump and a series of micron and UV filters back to the house (exactly like those used by a typical water well system)
The pressure is provided by the pump. The bathroom lavatories and air conditioning condensate were connected to a separate drain line that collects water used for gardening.
idea for small building for water tank
designed to catch 2500 gallons of water off of 1" of rain. Family's sold water source.
Holding tanks will be necessary to store water collected for on-demand use. The tanks shown here contain the home’s sole water source. Rainwater is channeled
“tanques para colectar aguas de lluvia” — maluzpez
SchappacherWhite Architecture D.P.C.
5 Reviews
Farmhouse, Shelter Island
layers. In this space, sheer mosquito netting hangs over the bed and simple white curtains draw the eye in from the open doorway. You could also replace a closet door with white curtains for a similar effect.
Hang a mosquito net. There are few things as romantic as a sheer mosquito net over the bed
The beauty of the sheers does not go unnoticed in this sweet little guest house. I imagine that this location has great weather, so this style of curtain probably keeps prying eyes out rather than the cold. Lining these curtains would detract from the whimsical feeling.
“cute small” — shgf9910
Rossington Architecture
12 Reviews
Montcalm Street
want to walk into it.. lol I'm imagining moving a desk? chair? rug? into the space. Having a dog... Having a glass of wine and stepping into the water instead of the 12 inch square piece of dry surface? Things regular people would do. Sorry
I like the simplicity of this one, and the water feature out front (though I would also want a better "path" right outside the door.)
“water feature” — looseid
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is this floating over the water or how is it attached to the ground?
30' of decking from the bank to the tea house.There are concrete footing and pilings under the water . I seem to recall using Marine Technologies for this work. Divers were a week or so doing all the under water work. We were able to work from scaffolding and the deck. Thanks for your interest. David
Instead of allowing the rain to shed off the entire roof, like a curtain, the gutters catch the water so we can direct it to the corners of the building. There are copper rain chains which also provide a functional, decorative feature. Thanks for asking
this is so cute right on the water.
maybe add a little pond like water feature and out fish in it. would make it seem cool!
“metal roof - match house idea” — heyshanewhite
Jen Dalley ||||||||||||||
1 Review
Hen House
Galvanized metal water and food containers hang from cables on a ceiling beam. Since the chickens love to scratch around and kick up the pine shavings on the floor, Dalley raised their food containers to keep the space tidy. The double-wall water container uses vacuum pressure to keep the water level consistent
raised their food containers to keep the space tidy. The double-wall water container uses vacuum pressure to keep the water level consistent. During the frigid Nevada winters, Dalley puts an electrical heat base on the container so the water won't freeze
on the container so the water won't freeze.
High nesting perches, where chickens love to sleep, go down the back wall on a diagonal. The bottom perch is close enough to the nesting box that the chickens can hop in easily. Galvanized metal water and food containers hang
“Chicken” — stephenn4182
2 Reviews
earthquake cottage renovation
How do you keep it water tight with open siding?
I love the pathway to the entrance of the shed. The water element adds a special touch
For the backyard, incorporate the garage conversion to have a water feature, cooling pool like this.
garden room with water feature is great
water features, windows, garden shed
Great with water feature
Water feature wonder
Studio size, water front look
water and prayer closet?
“slope roof” — sdp04021
Art | Harrison Interiors & Collection
Birmingham, MI Private garden
insects that may be tagging along. The most thorough way to do this is by submerging the entire thing in a tub of water — if there are bugs living in the soil, they should appear in the water after a few minutes. If that happens, you may want to repot your plant and change the potting soil before bringing
less space if our garage is too small.**we do need a space for my gardening tools, soil in metal buckets, birdseed in tins,some pots and buckets, watering cans, maybe 2-3, and gloves/hats/ need a space.
pets and kids; you don’t need anything too harsh for this job. In fact, some gardeners have luck using a simple solution of pure Ivory liquid soap and water. Make sure you spray the tops and bottoms of all of the leaves where bugs like to hang out.
“Inside shed!” — meghanmeeker
Toro Cyn Chicken Coop
We collect water from the main house roof, as well as having chickens, my design for the chicken coop was not made for collecting water, this idea is great although my design is also neat will post later.
the larger roof provides shade and shelter from the rain, in addition to the water it collects.
The coop itself is 4 feet by 8 feet, but the larger roof provides shade and shelter from the rain, in addition to the water it collects. The couple’s old redwood barn also influenced the structure. The
itself is 4 feet by 8 feet, but the larger roof provides shade and shelter from the rain, in addition to the water it collects. The siding is rough-sawn redwood fencing. The roof is corrugated steel.
“chx coop” — smile10
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