428 water spigot Modern Living Design Photos

Habitat Studio
14 Reviews
Waterfall
Ideabooks484
Questions1
can this water feature be purchased?
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 for the entrance with koi fish at the bottom of it
water feature that blends in well
“Floor color” — kbartels1
Todd Brickman designs
Modern Phinney house
Ideabooks210
Questions1
sunlight. Water: Moderate; water thoroughly once every seven to 10 days or when the soil is dry to the touch at a depth of 1 inch. The plant is sensitive to fluoride, so use nonfluoridated water. The roots are shallow and located close to the canes. Water near the base of each cane to provide the roots with
mixture of water and dish soap over the plant should resolve the problem. The leaves can become brown due to lack of water, lack of humidity (usually in heated homes in the winter) or too much light or direct sun. Try to replicate the corn dracaena's native hot, humid environment (40 percent humidity) by
with water. Yellowing or drooping leaves could be a sign of overwatering. Soil: Use a well-draining potting soil. Feeding: Once a month use a liquid fertilizer containing a balanced mix of nitrogen, potassium and phosphorus. General: Corn dracaena is usually resistant to many common houseplant pests
“White” — ckbkfoley
Incorporated
Laight Loft
Ideabooks565
Questions0
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, drafts and small children, who might grab a leaf and pull the
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, drafts and small children, who might grab a leaf and pull
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 removed; removed areas a sign of unhealthy foliage that will quickly deteriorate. For a long-lasting bouquet: Wash the leaves well to make
“The leaves in the glass” — nangrani
Loudoun County Interior Designer
Whether it's traditional or transitional design motifs, Barbara works closely with clients to discern their needs and tastes, and then produce extraordinary results within a budget.
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Earth and Water Studios
1 Review
Extended Fireplace Waterfall
Ideabooks5,763
Questions12
build this water feature above the fire place?
Is it two separate water falls? Just a pump with a continuous flow?
Water feature, fire place, exposed brick, high windows, rug.
that with water coming down
amazing water feature
Earth and Water Studios
water fsall...Water feature!...Water fall ?...water feature
“Love the rock fireplace and rock wall” — redken2010
Cary Bernstein Architect
1 Review
Cary Bernstein Architect Choy 1 Residence
Ideabooks2,566
Questions2
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 chemicals and additives that can sicken or even kill the plant. For plants raised in soil, keep the soil evenly moist. •Soil: Use well-draining, rich potting
growing in water, you can use liquid aquarium plant food. Specialty lucky bamboo fertilizers are available. •Container: Grow lucky bamboo in a tall glass vase or ceramic container; shallow bowls are not advised. The water level should be constantly maintained to be 1 to 3 inches. A higher water level allows
piece in water treated with a rooting hormone. (Follow the directions on the package.) Refresh the water weekly.
“Art” — carjeff6
West Chin Architects & Interior Designers
3 Reviews
Upper West Side Duplex
Ideabooks2,065
Questions6
A Falling Water 9 Suspension Lamp hangs above
FALLING WATER 9 SUSPENSION LAMP, BY TOBIAS GRAW
Falling Water 9 Suspension Lamp hangs above the far staircase, whose rear wall is adorned with a skim coat of concrete. A thick wall to the left of the staircase accommodates recessed Corian bookshelves.
Falling Water 9 Suspension Lamp hangs above the far staircase, whose rear wall is adorned with a skim coat of concrete. A thick wall to the left of the staircase accommodates recessed Corian bookshelves.
“Descente d'escalier.” — albatros2014
spfa.com
Dafna Zilafro
Ideabooks28,487
Questions13
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.
It is a water feature.
Windows, water feature
The water feature...water fountain...water feat
“awesome view” — andrewhunter767
FINNE Architects
18 Reviews
FINNE Architects
Ideabooks6,950
Questions7
of the water. The main living volume is completely glazed, with 12-ft. high glass walls facing the view and large, 8-ft.x8-ft. sliding glass doors that open to a slightly raised wood deck, creating a seamless indoor-outdoor space. During the warm summer months, the living area feels like a large, open
industrial water jet cutters. The steel base also has a water jet-cut pattern. I can also tell you that we suffered through many broken pieces of glass, as a result of the laminating process and the water jet cutting process. Working in glass is not for the faint of heart! I have attached a recent fabrication
“Large windows overlooking trees” — cclimaco
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