1,550 water feature in garden Living Design Photos

Colorado Master BuildersRodney Kazenske
areas help diffuse both artificial and natural light throughout the space creating a light and inviting feel any time of day or night. One unique feature is the stream that flows through the main space. Created with the use of indigenous rocks from the site and around Colorado, the stream provides a
Indoor area with rocks looks great and the small trees compliment the garden.
525a Upper Changi RoadThe Interior Place (S) Pte Ltd
TV stand, Plant by water fall
The water fall but a tad bigger
Water feature in corner
Indoor water feature
indoor water feature/pond
TV and water feature
Water wall...Ceiling, Gardens...Water feature...water element
WaterfallHabitat Studio
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 Flooring.
I believe the local water feature guy designed it, Stainless Steel tank with screen to place rocks on top of submerged pump.
water feature that blends in well
water for the entrance with koi fish at the bottom of it
Wooden Floor & water Fountain & stone accent wall
I like the way this feature just slips into the decor and isn't all "look at me"!
has strong architectural forms, a beautiful glass staircase, recyclable 3D wall panels at the loft ( by from Inhabit®) and a wonderful Living Wall feature dividing Living and dining area Photos by Jenifer Koskinen- Merritt Design Photo
something like this on each side of water wall
Do one vertical garden outdoors and one indoors!
Laight LoftIncorporated
well to make sure they are insect free. Sanitize the vase with hot water and bleach to reduce bacteria growth. Add a packet of flower food to the water. Cut the stems at a 45-degree angle and trim them every few days. Change the water every two or three days. Keep the arrangement away from direct sun
well to make sure they are insect free. •Sanitize the vase with hot water and bleach to reduce bacteria growth. •Add a packet of flower food to the water. •Cut the stems at a 45-degree angle and trim them every few days. •Change the water every two or three days. •Keep the arrangement away from direct sun
to protect them from heat on the way home. And as with flowers, if you'll be traveling any distance, place them in a plastic bag filled with enough water to cover the bottom of the stems. When choosing tropical leaves from a florist, make sure they are 100 percent intact and that no brown areas have been
Family roomLaidlaw Schultz architects
Can you tell me 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!
Stone wall: privacy fence or water feature?
Water feature on wall
Small pool with water fall
water feature wall...wall feature...Water feature...Feature wall...water feature
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.
The roller door wall that opens up onto the water
Dafna Zilafrospfa.com
It is clearly a water feature. The metal rectangle is holding water that spills over the sides and down to a catch basin where it is pumped back into the metal container. As stated above, you can clearly see the reflection on the surface of the water.
Has a beautiful view, water on river stones, lights that give the room, a mansionous feeling.
Glass wall for lounge to garden
Stunning Architectural Gem Overlooking San Francisco BayDecker Bullock Sotheby's International Realty
ambiance. Other features include a reinforced concrete structure, multi-layered slate roof, a natural garden with granite and stone patio leading to a lawn overlooking the San Francisco Bay. Completing the home is a spacious master suite with a granite bath, an office / second bedroom featuring a granite bath
This dramatic contemporary residence features extraordinary design with magnificent views of Angel Island, the Golden Gate Bridge, and the ever changing San Francisco Bay. The amazing great room has soaring 36 foot ceilings, a Carnelian granite cascading waterfall flanked by stairways on each side, and
frame the world class views. Designed by world-renowned architect Angela Danadjieva as her personal residence, this unique architectural masterpiece features intricate woodwork and innovative environmental construction standards offering an ecological sanctuary with the natural granite flooring and planters
WeekapaugKate Jackson Design
Place the fern in a brightly lit spot clear of drafts. Water requirement: Keep the soil moist. A great idea to keep your indoor maidenhair fern from dehydrating is to plant it in a self-watering pot, which will allow the plant to take up as much water as it needs. You just need to remember to fill the reservoir
requirement: Place in brightly lit spot clear of drafts. Water requirement: Keep the soil moist. A great idea to keep indoor maidenhair fern from dehydrating is to plant in a self-watering pot, which will allow the plant to take up as much water as it needs. You just need to remember to fill the reservoir
Maidenhair fern - a little more advanced. Put in a self-watering pot to prevent drying out
Extended Fireplace WaterfallEarth and Water Studios
how did you build this water feature above the fire place?
Is it two separate water falls? Just a pump with a continuous flow?
Love the water falls fire place
Water fall wall with bamboo instead of rock
Is that a water feature
Earth and Water Studios
water feature...Feature wall...water feature
eco+historical Victorian UpdateFeldman Architecture, Inc.
faux grey brick paper somewhere else too. So say a feature wall, with brick paper, built in - in white and silver electric fireplace centrally located to wam up the bedroom/livingroom area.
Stairs to rooftop deck to look out at the water
Beach house living room with stairs to rooftop deck to look out on the water.
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