60,314 water views Outdoor Design Photos

Alderwood Landscape Architecture and Construction
29 Reviews
We add Fire, Water and Light!
Ideabooks1,701
Questions1
little stopping shed against the water and stone - NE style, of course.
the water the light the stone the wood
We add Fire, Water and Light!...like the big rocks in the water...Deep water & the gravel surface...color of water...clear color of water...water pond for irrigation area...rock/water garden...Water feature...Water falls...falling water
“Garden pond” — michaelwilliams23
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Hillside Residence
Ideabooks2,125
Questions2
have water coming out of the dragons mouth. The gravel fills the hole for the water, then pipe water up and out the faucet. My fountain
animal looking out, part of the water feature?
landscaping is one of my absolute favorite combinations. More: 10 Ways to Add Water to Your Home's Design Houzz Tour: Indoor-Outdoor Harmony Over the Pacific
Outstanding in its field! I'd float some of that rosemary in the water for nature's own aromatherapy. Oh, also, there seems to be a dragon in the
“The dragon” — Back into the Closet!
Harold Leidner Landscape Architects
32 Reviews
English Tudor Estate & Garden
Ideabooks2,037
Questions1
Here's another view of that stepped wall and railing. The railing is very simple.
Incorporate water?...Water feature...edge garden wall water element...Water falls and design....Wall water feature algae
“Pond” — flacdem
Margie Grace - Grace Design Associates
17 Reviews
San Roque Get-a-Way
Ideabooks8,067
Questions5
tub below courtyard...create a patio/hot tub area below neighbors view but with full view of mountains
Horse trough? rustic looking water vessel
Two seating areas linked by water feature
evaporation rate from the water body due to high temperatures and strong winds. Keeping the water element small is a way to diminish water loss.More:8 Unthirsty
Shrink your water elements. In the traditional desert garden, water is used as the precious commodity that it is — in small focal-point fountains or narrow
runnels that carry a trickle of water. For a sandy garden with drought-tolerant plants, I recommend thinking about water elements as small focal points
points used to create the mood or feeling of water without overwhelming the garden. The tub here is nestled nicely into the flagstone patio and is an appropriate
“That tub!” — Weaver Home Photography
Locati Architects
4 Reviews
Bridger Canyon Residence
Ideabooks2,277
Questions3
Pogar and water out let for rain water.
open outdoor living room - could really capture lake views and provide great entertaining space
stone fire place, log beams, furniture and view!!!!!!!
Water chime...water spout
“Rain chains!” — lindakissel
Philpotts Interiors
1 Review
Modern Perch
Ideabooks13,394
Questions1
The view is PRICELESS! GREATEST DECORATIVE PIECE!
Pacific beckons you. This beachfront home in Hawaii has drop-dead gorgeous views from the lanai. Just looking at this photo makes me feel more relaxed — imagine
what a view.. location location!...Love the water...Size and view...Look at that view...sea views...Sea view shelter
“Out by the bump-out” — Keonini
SBT Designs
5 Reviews
Elevated swiming
Ideabooks1,615
Questions1
Shark free water with a view!
ending wall, the water flows to the top and looks like a glass top
i like this because it has a nice view...The view and the pool...Sweet view!...pool with a view...Love the view...The view...beuat view...ocean view
“Outlook” — kayleighs_interior13
KohlMark Architects and Builders
10 Reviews
Hillside Lakehouse
Ideabooks6
Questions0
Taking advantage of the water view.
“Taking advantage of the water view.” — lakehelix26
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