2,422 yard water fountains Modern Home Design Photos

Kikuchi + Kankel Design Group
10 Reviews
Kikuchi & Associates Landscape Architecture
Ideabooks1,180
Questions0
Rocks and water near house will keep house cool
landscape resembles yard, maybe big rocks could help my yard
back yard...steps built in slope
Plants for side yard
Water and stones...water around patio...Bench in yard...Water feature...water feature
“Natura” — lynndorr
S2 Architects
Rowhouse
Ideabooks1,238
Questions2
Firepit, looks like good style to do as a solar fountain
fountain grass planters along side French doors
water feature, nice space
Balcony fountain &plants
fire pit & fountain bowl?
tabletop fountain...the fountain bowl...Stone fountain
“rail” — dre25
Narofsky Architecture + ways2design
8 Reviews
Sustainable Long Island Residence
Ideabooks46,887
Questions9
Hello. Since construction, my soil type is sandy clay mixture (very compact, takes a while 4 water to drain) with threat of anthills forming. I want to treat the soil, then import top soil, im not sure if this is the right move considering I also
Alchemilla Mollis or Lady,s Mantle (yellowish green flowers). Lady,s Mantel are used primarily for the foliage, not the flowers. Large green leaves show water in big droplets when wet. Good plant to use at the base of Siberian Iris for the contrast of horizontal and vertical foliage textures.
Cast in place for ramp up to front yard
love the neatness of this yard
This side yard has perfect proportions, beginning with its width, which is equal to the height of the architecture (this is an often-used design technique — imagine flipping down your house on its side into the yard — to calculate the dimensions of a garden space)
“Steps For the entrance of the house” — Rocio Muñoz
Phil Kean Design Group
14 Reviews
NeMo (New Modern)
Ideabooks11,870
Questions8
Pool Hot tub combo, with fountain
Love the trim on the roof. Love how the doors fold up towards the back yard.
Back yard...water feature...water fountain
“tapar hoyos” — tonathiu71
Meister Construction Ltd
8 Reviews
Eyremont modern
Ideabooks1,362
Questions0
outdoor water feature. Like FS Seychelles
Water feature visible both indoor and out
I've got a soft spot for the water feature in the house.
Front patio fountain idea
Large door and water feature.
Love the small water alcove.
Water feature...Water spot...Water body...Front water...water feature
“open window brings the outdoors in” — q185486
Home & Commercial Designs
1 Review
LuHer House
Ideabooks977
Questions0
Very cool n love the water
The courtyard with water
court yard...cool fountain...Water feature
“Tiles” — aimeelev
edgewater design llc
Edgewater Design LLC
Ideabooks780
Questions0
focal point tree in the middle of the yard with a border of small plants. side channel water feature.
Concrete tiles with grass. Bridge. Water element long and narrow, small. Used as border
Water body with stone square
Like small water feature
The water...Water feature...water feature
“Like pathway inside garden” — jwong41489
Evergreen Consulting / 4EGC
Laurel Road: Evergreen Consulting and E2 Homes
Ideabooks23,065
Questions5
1. Reduce outdoor watering. Since most residential water is used outdoors, Gonzalez says the easiest and most effective way to conserve water at home is to reducing watering times, water before dawn (between 10 p.m. and 6 a.m., although early morning is best) and water in short bursts.This strategy
strategy aims to let water seep deeply into plant roots in the most efficient way possible. Watering at dawn reduces the chance of evaporation in the hot afternoon sun. Watering in short bursts allows water to better soak into the ground. One suggested watering interval involves watering for five minutes
minutes, waiting 10 minutes for the water to soak in, and then watering again for another five minutes.
“--orange bench and bamboo in red planter” — empress70
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