92,866 natural water Outdoor Design Photos

Plan-it Earth Design
4 Reviews
Rain Gardens
Ideabooks670
Questions0
downspouts, turning them into a natural water feature that follows nature’s rhythms without adding to your utility bill. Use PVC pipe to collect the water from the gutters and choose an attractive facade for the downspout. The bamboo used here lends an Asian look along with the natural arrangement of rocks, and
imply the existence of water even in between rains. 2013
Give your downspout a makeover. consider utilizing those overlooked downspouts, turning them into a natural water feature that follows nature’s rhythms without adding to your utility bill. Use PVC pipe to collect the water from the gutters and
downspouts, turning them into a natural water feature that follows nature’s rhythms without adding to your utility bill. Use PVC pipe to collect the water from the gutters and choose an attractive facade for the downspout. The bamboo used here lends an Asian look along with the natural arrangement of rocks, and
“Give your downspout a makeover. Fountains and waterfalls are popular for the soothing sounds and mov” — margielynnj
Exteriorscapes llc
2 Reviews
Exteriorscapes
Ideabooks2,817
Questions0
natural vegetation mixed in to filter water and add some color...
Nice water feature for our small garden.
Natural, good rocks and water flow.
Love how the water blends in with the other elements
Water feature; stream; small rocks; rock bridge
shallow water element
Natural looking pond
Nature water feature.
small water feature, creek like
water plants...Natural beauty...nature pond...Moss by water...nice water feature...looks natural...Water feature...Natural bridge...Natural river...Nature and pond...The flowing water...natural waterfall...The rocks and water...plants and water...natural appearance...SMALL WATER FEATURE...water feature
“for front space?” — joaneoliver
Pacifica Landscape Works Inc.
3 Reviews
West Coast Resort
Ideabooks4,039
Questions1
What is the green-to-red bladed plant in this water feature?
love either a natural or lush man-made creek through the yard
Dry creek bed over slope to catch water runoff from roof, use variety of stones follow d flow of water. Boulders n shrubs that mimic each other.
Great fall with rocks and grasses that looks natural with lots of movement
I'd like to see stream beds like this channeling water from one level pool
A realistic dry creek bed takes into account how water naturally moves. Notice the array of sizes and shapes
Become acquainted with how water moves. The first step in designing a functional and aesthetically pleasing dry creek bed is to study natural water features in addition to well-designed water gardens. Perhaps you are fortunate enough to live near mountains or a river. Arrange a day trip, equipped with
“plants” — jilldavid
Cre8tive Interior Designs
3 Reviews
Mediterranean Exterior
Ideabooks7,608
Questions2
This was a natural stacked stone.
Much too large but shows water feature following steps down
Possible water feature into lap pool.
Back splash colors and texture idea, inspired by the water feature.
Idea for side steps from patio, use of a water feature
Of course, if you'd rather go the natural route, it's hard to get a more natural water feature than a waterfall. If you have the space, try a massive waterfall with multiple levels …
“woodridge slate from walker zanier waterfall collection” — la8410s
Behr Construction Company
7 Reviews
Chevy Chase
Ideabooks7,904
Questions4
to catch you fishes, 2. if you live in an area where the winter is cold you will also need to dig 4 ft to be bellow the frost line. Yor fishes need water and air and to hibernate in the winter. 3. You can buy small Koi at some Nurseries and pet stores for $1,5 they will grow in size according to the size
The concrete flatwork is all poured in place concrete that has been acid washed and scored. The stone on the wall is a natural stone. The deck is epi and covers the filters for the ponds.
Fish in natural pool for water feature
Water feature (gold fish) along side pathway.
It enriches the space of the gardenOutdoor water features add a beautiful visual element to any garden, acting as the focal point of your landscape. From creating a serene audio backdrop to visually exciting your senses and connecting you to nature, water carries health, beauty and harmony into your
“our new fishpond” — stephcoulson
Kikuchi + Kankel Design Group
10 Reviews
Kikuchi & Associates Landscape Architecture
Ideabooks587
Questions1
riverbeds can help route water away from the foundation of a structure. This is important, as so many structures are built without a firm understanding of the natural water flow on a property.
Dry riverbeds can help route water away from the foundation of a structure. This is important, as so many structures are built without a firm understanding of the natural water flow on a property.
“eastern style” — cadesignlovr
Frederick + Frederick Architects
6 Reviews
screen porch
Ideabooks17,575
Questions15
Again, nearly perfect. Can't see skylights, however love the French doors/transom windows, L-shape, natural wood floor, like the rafters showing and the fans.
Bottom part of screen (good perches for cats). French doors. Natural floor.
The screened-in porch on the back of the house is made of Ipe, a sustainable exotic wood that's naturally water and decay resistant. Double-hung Weathershield windows allow light from the spacious porch to seep into the great room. The exposed rafter tails
“the bottom of the windows” — Kimberlee Mitchell
Paradise Restored Landscaping & Exterior Design
32 Reviews
Portland Landscaping Outdoor Living
Ideabooks8,118
Questions3
how do you get the water to flow evenly over the edge of the flagstone
Really impressed with your work. It looks so natural. NO obvious flagstone shelves for water to run off. Keep designing beautiful ideas
There is no flagstone in the waterfeature. We use boulders for the falls. To get the water to flow evenly we level each rock to ensure that water is properly displayed over the rock.
Use of boulders for water feature
rocks and hillside and water feature
garden path along creek water feature
“fountain” — 5521marlo
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