84,476 wall fountains Outdoor Design Photos

Strening Architects
3 Reviews
Calistoga Residence
Ideabooks4,867
Questions6
Perpendicular knee wall with seat bench
Wood accents Wood floor. Brickwork Low wall vs benches
looks similar to our concept stone pillars and back wall kitchen and overhead structure ???
knee wall and open sides
Ceiling and knee wall
Like wall and outdoor
Stone covered walls and columns
knee walls...Stone knee wall...pillars and wall
“The sheer depth of the verandah turning it into an other room” — eiles
Sally Wheat Interiors
Tangley @
Ideabooks16,756
Questions11
patio cover and vine on wall
Love the decor on the wall
love love the wall!...wall design...Garden wall...wall trellis...Wall art green
“room with beams” — juliebesner
Katia Goffin Gardens
6 Reviews
North Arlington Residence
Ideabooks5,229
Questions4
The Upper Garden with 'Ha-Ha' wall: One side of the sinuous retaining stone wall is faced with stone, the other face sloped and turfed, forms a green pool for the upper garden. The ha-ha wall backed by Annabelle Hydrangeas conceals the driveway from sight and extends the view to the lower garden as
We love green, flowers, and nice looking retaining walls where needed.
Simple floral backdrop behind stone wall
“Oak leaf hydrangea” — tkd4mom
California Home + Design
Modern Outdoor Fireplace
Ideabooks19,726
Questions13
Stone: Sleeker linear application of stacked stone; other apps show 12" deep wall. Could this be treads or pool coping?
I like the fireplace in the wall
Is this type of fireplace possible across the back wall? Looks pretty expensive
we like this stone too and fire wall concept
does just that, relying on thick slabs to form the floor, including a cutout niche to accommodate a nearby tree.The contemporary cut-stone fireplace wall is the focal point, with the furniture oriented around the heat source. Teak armchairs, piled with deep, comfy cushions, add an organic counterpoint
“fire” — larmgmt
Gristmill Builders, LTD
2 Reviews
Joanne's Owls Head
Ideabooks1,605
Questions0
Concept of stairs next to wall
integrated with walls/borders
stairs built into retaining wall
Wall, grass, spacing.
stone walks and walls
Bolders/brick retaining wall/steps combo
Stone walls, stairs, and boulders
walk wall by steps...spa built into wall...stone wall
“I love this” — paulcrunkleton
Sutton Suzuki Architects
5 Reviews
Tiburon Residence
Ideabooks29,490
Questions3
1) Embedding of the glass wall into the boundary tiles 2) Stones and light combo at the bottom of
Glass tiles for the pool and the glass wall with proper ledge
The way the glass wall opens up to the pool
In this example the exterior wall is a courtyard, so both sides are controlled, allowing for full-height glazing with no shades for privacy. Shelving on the left displays artwork that can be enjoyed even from outside, as people lounge next to the pool.
“beautiful” — valeria12
Evergreen Consulting / 4EGC
Laurel Road: Evergreen Consulting and E2 Homes
Ideabooks23,036
Questions5
like the lines with no rails and I kind of like the open barrier wall that you can see through. Adds interest
if you’ve got a sloping property, need a level surface for outdoor entertaining and want to avoid the expense and disruption of building retaining walls, decking is the way to go. Since you’re not likely to add on to the deck once it’s built, now is the time to decide how it will be used and make space
“Could use castor beans for height and tropical look. Also taro plant” — sakowsky
aamodt / plumb architects
9 Reviews
Hamptons Beach House
Ideabooks11,715
Questions4
Oh! That fence/rail/wall thingy is so beautiful! I want one lol! I'm just wondering if it's metal, because, wouldn't It rust??
Maybe rod iron walls like what Suzie had? Then hang flowers from them?
the north and the south. This means that the east and west sides face the neighbors, so the architects used screens to provide privacy for the glass walls. This is a close-up of the screen near the entryway in the previous photo. The floral-like pattern gives a bit of art nouveau flourish to a very modern
“Side art” — Pamela Mcgroarty
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