50,151 rock water feature Home Design Photos

River's Edge Landscapes
Northern Virginia Premier Custom Design & Build Landscape Company
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Harrison Interiors
Washington DC Interior Designer
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M Cohen and Sons
different version of a water feature
I want at least one water feature in my Home
What about this for John water...Simple water feature...Lovely water feature...Water feature wall...Water feature...Water by the stairs...for water feature...Nice water feature...Water features...Water cascade
“Modern” — 3345chloe
Northern Virginia Premier Custom Design & Build Landscape Company
Listening to your landscaping needs, fulfilling your objectives for outdoor living spaces, and creating beauty to exceed your expectations continues to be our dedicated focus.
Landscape Techniques Inc.
Livingston Nj
gardens in the rocks next to waterfall
the natural look of the waterfall and the rocks
Water feature...Back yard and water feature...Hillside, light rocks to pool...Plants and rocks...love water fall...natutal water feature into pool
“stone” — rebeccadchadwick
Evelyn Benatar, New York Interior Design
18 Reviews
Arts & Crafts House
Beautiful and relaxing. water and trees.
Rock pattern...Water feature...cascading water fall...Front waterfall feature...rock work around a pool...pool rock work
“My sancuary” — annieaa74
Margie Grace - Grace Design Associates
19 Reviews
San Roque Get-a-Way
like a hideaway. Love the water barrel. Love the paving
Like the rocks with the plants between the pavers. Crushed rocks (but maybe not comfortable
Tub on West side with nude block bamboo and have a water feature for sound for bed time and yard design for view from patio
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
“Esta idea también me gusta” — lilipo
Julie Moir Messervy Design Studio (JMMDS)
1 Review
Marrying Elegant Design & Sustainability
Featured in Feb/Mar 2013 issue of Organic Gardening Magazine, this Boston-area courtyard functions as an entryway, parking space, driveway turnaround,
Wide bluestone pavers and pea gravel allow water infiltration in this Boston courtyard. This example shows how you can provide a hard surface where necessary
necessary while still allowing for water infiltration. Mixing materials is also a great opportunity to introduce varying colors and textures to the ground
use of paving stones on loose rock...paving with gravel for water filtration
“Steinfliesen-Mix” — Mechthild Voß-Stemping
Visionscapes NW Landscape Design
6 Reviews
AFTER: New Curving Gravel Path
flowerbeds: Left side, foreground--Epimedium x perralchicum 'Frohnleiten'; behind rock: Crocosmia 'Solfatare'; Heuchera 'Firefly'. Right side, foreground: Ophiopogon
called 1/4 inch-minus crushed gravel. It's a local gravel made from basalt rock that is crushed, so it packs down well (unlike pea gravel). The pathway was
vibrating compactor machine is used on it to settle the pieces. It allows water to drain through, but is hard underfoot.
Gravel: crushed basalt rock (packs down well)
Coral bark maple with ground cover and rocks
curves of this path and not too obvious forms holding the rocks in the pathway
I like rocks and the flowers on right side of path way. Spiky purplish
The Black rock pathway is tempting
“compacted gravel path, natural/NW plants” — Branch Out Landscape Design LLC
NRD Landscape Design Inc.
9 Reviews
Hillside Makeover
Cement patio with moveable fire pit feature--good by the
Hillside landscaping -rocks and greenery
Stairs and large rocks on hill...Big rocks. Dieppe slope?...Rocks, Hillside...rocks and landscaping...again the rocks
“use of the large stones” — solmama2012
Kimberley Bryan
9 Reviews
Rural Mid-Century Modern
rocks right inside the front door. place to put shoes
I like the railing and stairs. And the rock floor area to put plants in.
Many materials transfer between the indoors and out. A bed of river rock inside near the entryway continues outside, as does the concrete masonry unit
is an outdoor space, thanks to the expansive window and the bed of river rock that continues from inside to out. What visitors know for sure when crossing
neighborhood of Ellensburg, Washington Outdoor connection: A bed of river rock and a concrete masonry wall near the entryway continue outside, creating
and made the move. The home, designed by architect James Cowan in 1957, features many of the same materials both indoors and out.See the rest of this home
“The paneling” — whitneyarkansas
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