146 stormwater absorption Traditional Home Design Photos

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Malibu home theaters
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this option is the potential to create a large acoustically incorrect application on the ceiling. A large surface of a room with uninterrupted 1" absorption will have the tendency to overly absorb only high frequencies which will cause a "dead" tonally imbalanced room sound. Other thing to be aware of
“Theatre” — Umesh Maibam
Peter Raarup Landscape Design
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Lower Garden District Residential
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Water absorption
“Love the grass design” — fayepousson
Kayron Brewer, CKD, CBD / Studio K B
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Master Bath Retreat
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a steam shower, ceramic or porcelain is best for performance, but it is possible to do natural stone. The steam unit has to be sized up for the absorption factor of natural stone, and there is more maintenance with natural stone. And, yes, you can be successful at mixing stone and ceramic. We used
“all white and then green tiled shower ( see the mirror)” — jojava
Sullivan Design & Construction, LLC
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Renovation in Franklin, TN
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If space allows, these can be strung throughout your yard as what some stormwater experts call a detention train. Be sure to select
Every little bit counts. Even a little divot like this is a good thing. If space allows, these can be strung throughout your yard as what some stormwater experts call a detention train. Be sure to select plants that don't mind having their toesies wet during the rainy season. Ideally, these will be
Every little bit counts. Even a little divot like this is a good thing. If space allows, these can be strung throughout your yard as what some stormwater experts call a detention train. Be sure to select plants that don't mind having
Every little bit counts. Even a little divot like this is a good thing. If space allows, these can be strung throughout your yard as what some stormwater experts call a detention train. Be sure to select plants that don't mind having their toesies wet during the rainy season. Ideally, these will be native
“rain water collection area” — mpelescak
Mariana Pickering (Emu Architects)
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Stormwater Runoff Mediation for a Texan Garden
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Stormwater Runoff Mediation for a Texan Garden
My mom's garden in Dallas, Texas. The "riverbed" on the left was created to help manage stormwater runoff.
tight budget to create more opportunities for stormwater to infiltrate the ground. Notice the small area of the garden that resembles a Texas riverbed. It basically is a deeper section of the garden filled with river rock and pebbles, where the stormwater can gather before slowly being absorbed back
tight budget to create more opportunities for stormwater to infiltrate the ground. Notice the small area of the garden that resembles a Texas riverbed. It basically is a deeper section of the garden filled with river rock and pebbles, where the stormwater can gather before slowly being absorbed back into
“The white stone part is like a riverbed - its dug down and allows water to go there and slowly seep” — csdechant
Garden Stories
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Rain Garden - Hollywood
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and re-landscaped using mostly native plants. Two distinct rain garden features were installed to blend into the naturalistic style of the design. Stormwater from the roof is now put back into the water table.
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“an idea of how our little drain ditches could be planted -” — llen4321
Mariana Pickering (Emu Architects)
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Stormwater Runoff Mediation for a Texan Garden
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Stormwater Runoff Mediation for a Texan Garden
My mom's garden in Dallas, Texas. The "riverbed" on the left was created to help manage stormwater runoff. The grassy section in the middle still does not grow very well because of the amount of shade.
Mariana Pickering (Emu Architects)
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Stormwater Runoff Mediation for a Texan Garden
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Stormwater Runoff Mediation for a Texan Garden
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