1,393 natural water Midcentury Home Design Photos

Laidlaw Schultz architects
Exterior
Ideabooks21,010
Questions6
- Notice the concrete edge, but what's the layers underneath that pond of water? - Is concrete a more affordable
adds visual interest to the courtyard while supplementing the essence of water in the entry.
How to Design a Concrete Water Feature?...love this pond and water fall...shallow water feature with water plants
“étang” — yvesgt
H3K Design
Tangerine in the Desert
Ideabooks3,890
Questions4
gravel & stone mix for capturing rain water straight into the soil; water feature
Entry water feature. I looked around after I rang the doorbell and noticed an original water feature just to the side of the front door. The water feature
How was the water feature created?...Exterior water feature. I may want
“Coloured water trough” — 14bondy
ID by Gwen
15 Reviews
Mid Century Modern Master Bathroom
Ideabooks350K
Questions94
Hello glass tile mosaics are slippery by nature since they have very smooth surface compared to other tiles , i know one
With the dimensions being 4' x 4'7" do you have a problem with water splashing outside of the shower area?
experience with this type of walk in shower, is that long enough to protect the water from going all over the space. I am design my shower area very similar with
how do you water proof the floors and walls before building the shower. I have 2 un sheetrocked
repel soap & water spots. I got it on my glass door. Think it was worth the extra cost
would a 5'x3' shower with a 3' glass panel keep water from splashing
since it is a new build we can't put an electric water heater. we have to get a heat pump and the water lines put in. yes I get help from DSA/DSQ as I live
“Shower” — billt48
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Robert Leeper Landscapes
11 Reviews
Mid-century Modern Now
Ideabooks1,289
Questions1
Love the use of natural grasses. This particular photo is of house in TX.
the flattish roof idea but what about water drainage.....?
Even in the arid landscape of Texas, plants can be grown with little water. These drifts of grasses are bold and simple. Like so many of these successful
native grass, low maintenance and water
“are these drought-tolerant?” — kellylosborne
AR Design Studio Ltd
5 Reviews
The Boat House
Ideabooks2,112
Questions2
Idea of what the sloped roof would look like from the water
ramp.Cattails grow easily on either side of the boardwalk in the shallow water, enhancing the experience. Perhaps we will hear the trill of a red-winged
Ramus wanted to keep the landscaping as natural and undisturbed as possible. This boardwalk winds its way to the main house. The path "creates a journey
wren flitting among the reeds if we take our time.We may not all have a natural wetland on our property, but this design may suggest a new way to create
Ramus wanted to keep the landscaping as natural and undisturbed as possible. This boardwalk winds its way to the main house
“Built over water” — genitaann
Laidlaw Schultz architects
Family room
Ideabooks2,379
Questions3
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!
mixing in complementary colors will further enhance the colors inspired by nature. Royal blues emulate the bright blue of the pool, while strong orange helps
Love the pool and water falls
“Coconut chair” — vmolone
Dane Spencer Landscape Architecture
6 Reviews
Wisconsin Lane
Ideabooks4,017
Questions1
and water coming out of it...water fall...Landscaping behind water feature...Water cascade...Back water feature around trees...water feature...Water wall...Tiered planter, water fall...Love the water feature
“Fuente” — Juliet Hope
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Bonifield Residence
Ideabooks6,218
Questions6
Sand tones and water-wise plants to blend with the environment and interesting steps up to the
native plants” “Drought-Tolerant Plants Drought-tolerant plants require less water and are resistant to the absence of rainfall during seasonal dry periods
Drought-Tolerant Plants Drought-tolerant plants require less water and are resistant to the absence of rainfall during seasonal dry periods
with nature instead of against it. Plant species that are better adapted to your environment.
How to use it. Shown here en masse with low-water plants
essential that you select plant varieties that will survive without killing your water bill. One of the most critical points to remember about landscape design
“KANGOROO PAWS” — bspotleson
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