656 water bowls Midcentury Home Design Photos

Laidlaw Schultz architects
Exterior
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Love the fire bowl. Is it gas? Where can I purchse this? Many thanks.
-fire-bowls?page=1 You can even add fire rings and ignition systems to your bowl all on one page!
You can also buy fire bowls, which allow for safer and easier set up. There's many different bowl types and colors to choose from. http://www.houzz.com/photos/541411/Grand-Effects-One-Bowl-30--L
maybe a more shallow bowl. We don't have to
Love this fire bowl. Mot sure it goes with our house design.
The solitary fire bowl is the elemental antithesis of the pond and serves as a visual cue for outdoor lounging.
“Fire” — grizz13
Laidlaw Schultz architects
Exterior
Ideabooks6,534
Questions4
"I want that bowl of fire" -Matt
Water feature and fire bowl outside
Pick your style: fireplace, fire pit or fire bowl. Built-in fire pits can go modern or traditional, depending on the materials, while fire bowls run the gamut from sleek and modern to rustic hammered metal. Outdoor fireplaces typically have a more
“para un tercer piso :)” — marcatextos
Laidlaw Schultz architects
Exterior
Ideabooks19,794
Questions6
How to Design a Concrete Water Feature?
- Notice the concrete edge, but what's the layers underneath that pond of water? - Is concrete a more affordable alternative to cinder blocks or other materials?
Constructed of reinforced concrete, the minimal, sculptural Koi pond adds visual interest to the courtyard while supplementing the essence of water in the entry.
“Water Iris!” — ctoschlog
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Tangerine in the Desert
Ideabooks3,183
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How was the water feature created?
Exterior water feature. I may want
love the water feature, rock and extra large paver!
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 was low and geometric and reminded me of The Rat Pack in the '60s.
“Flagstone” — mdmd7211
Mindi Freng Designs
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Bowling Alley Table mixes with modern chandelier
Ideabooks2,455
Questions6
Bowling Alley Table mixes with modern chandelier
Photos by Kaity Dining room table was made from a repurposed bowling alley lane. Beams were wrapped in scrap walnut flooring.
bowling alley, i would use it for countertop or maybe kitchen island...or both
Cool table, out of bowling alley lane
bowling aley table - mid modern
“Blue wall” — Quang Nguyen
Neumann Mendro Andrulaitis Architects LLP
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Butterfly Beach Villa
Ideabooks12,869
Questions7
What type of plants are those in the bowls, please? Up front
Cottage, second home on the water
love the plants in bowls and elsewhere
Gate in foreground with bowls of plnts
Bowled plants...Planter bowls...sedum in bowls...Succulent Bowls
“Love this house” — maedaw_00
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
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Bonifield Residence
Ideabooks5,269
Questions5
artificial turf isn't your style, but you want a surface you don't need to water, look for a ground material that will provide minimal bounce. Decomposed granite, sand or crushed oyster shells are all options that do not require water. These are especially appropriate for arid climates and for re-creating
artificial turf isn't your style, but you want a surface you don't need to water, look for a ground material that will provide minimal bounce. Decomposed granite, sand or crushed oyster shells are all options that do not require water. These are especially appropriate for arid climates and for re-creating
“grass borders, different textures” — juliesmith345
Mindi Freng Designs
4 Reviews
Bowling Alley Table
Ideabooks345
Questions2
Photos by Kaity Dining room table was made from a repurposed bowling alley lane. Beams were wrapped in scrap walnut flooring. Grandma's buffet was given new life with some fun orange paint. Chairs are mis-matched because that's what fits in the budget right now. :)
We made the table from an old/discarded bowling alley lane, covered in a zillion coats of resin (it likes to seep out thru the cracks). Metal was fabricated for the sides and plumbing pipes cut
dark stained glulam beams and bowling alley table
“Table” — jessaleehill
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