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Habitat Studio
17 Reviews
Love this! Where can this water feature be purchased?
Hi dabadalo, this water feature was designed by Habitat Studio, the pump was provided and installed by Water Works in Edmonton. Tile was supplied by Action
I believe the local water feature guy designed it, Stainless Steel tank with screen to place rocks on top of submerged pump.
water for the entrance with koi fish at the bottom of it
“Indoor waterfall” — cariskhuku
Cary Bernstein Architect
1 Review
Cary Bernstein Architect Choy 1 Residence
too low. •Water: Change the water every one to two weeks. Use bottled spring water for fast growth and a beautiful deep green color; tap water contains
shallow bowls are not advised. The water level should be constantly maintained to be 1 to 3 inches. A higher water level allows more root growth, resulting
and place the cut piece in water treated with a rooting hormone. (Follow the directions on the package.) Refresh the water weekly.
For plants raised in soil, keep the soil evenly moist. •Soil: Use well-draining, rich potting soil. •Feeding: Use a liquid fertilizer recommended by the
“twisty bamboo!” — justjoni
Michael Abrams Limited
22 Reviews
Orchard Living Room
by a window is ideal. Water requirement: About once a month, when the soil feels slightly dry, water it thoroughly until the water drips through the drainage
Madagascar dragon tree water once a month, thoroughly, don't let it sit in water, prune the top for a bushier plant
drainage holes. Discard water in the drainage saucer when possible — do not allow the plant to sit in water, otherwise the roots will rot. Tips: To control
6. Madagascar Dragon TreeWith its low light and water needs, and compact, structural shape, the hardy Madagascar Dragon Tree (Dracaena
6. Madagascar Dragon TreeWith its low light and water needs and compact, structural shape, the hardy Madagascar dragon tree (Dracaena
“Family room” — Alyse Eligulashvili
Dlux Images
Armonk New York
soil become dry to the touch 1 to 2 inches deep before watering again. Soil: Use a fast-draining soil, such as cactus potting soil. A sandy-mix soil generally
north, is suitable. For optimum performance full sun is best.Watering: Moderate to low water. Water thoroughly once every two to three weeks, depending on whether
the soil fairly dry. Water from spring through fall, allowing the soil to dry on the surface before rewatering. During the winter water only very occasionally
Repotting into a large pot results in the plant suddenly getting too much water at once, which can damage growth and health, not to mention cause root rot
“love color scheme and sofa and chairs” — Michael Nelson
Dan Nelson, Designs Northwest Architects
12 Reviews
Living room with views to Lake Union, glass overhead door opened to the water.
Living room with views to Lake Union, glass overhead door opened to the water.
The idea that the house feels like it is floating on the water, a direct path into the water. The garage door feature is also fun.
The doors are awesome. Opening to water or otherwise.
Timber and water...Front facing water garage doors...Straight from room to water...lake house by the water...Door water...garage door opening to water??
“Garage Door and Wood Roof” — Stephanie Schill
The Interior Place (S) Pte Ltd
525a Upper Changi Road
The water fall but a tad bigger
We need an indoor water feature to winter the koi in.
TV stand, Plant by water fall...water element...Water feature in corner...water feature...Indoor water feature
“wow, this tv stand is amazing” — rhufead
Dayna Katlin Interiors
2 Reviews
Living room
free to move your schefflera outdoors. •Water: Water thoroughly and allow the soil to dry out between waterings. Overwatering can cause root rot, so proper
foliage that begins to wrinkle is a sign of underwatering. •Soil: Use well-draining potting soil. •Feeding: Fertilizer is not necessary. •Pruning: Schefflera
keeping the roots dry and aiding in increased humidity from the evaporating water. Foliage that turns black is very likely a sign of overwatering, while foliage
mites. If you spot infestation, the best nontoxic option is to make a soapy water solution and mist the plant with it at least once a week. Other considerations:
“Bowl for living room” — annga
Laidlaw Schultz architects
Family room
where to get the travertine in the water wall?
Can you tell me the manufacturer and name of the stone in the water wall? It's fantastic!
Love the pool and water falls...wall water...water fall...water feature wall...Water feature on wall
“Pool. Limestone” — evelyn1111
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