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Swaback Partners, pllc
3 Reviews
Architect: Jon C Bernhard
like still water feature against bottom of glass
mdern design with earth tones. flat rock, wood and water
that opens out to the backyard and a view of the hillside. The grid of onyx hovering overhead emphasizes the axis from the front entry to back. The water also emphasizes the connection from the hillside waterfall to the fountain in the front.
“furniture & overall. Lime stone looks beautiful” — sanjaydhamsania
DC Metro Home Theater & Electronics Systems Design and Installation
Established in 1979, Integrated Media Systems is nationally recognized as the leading Residential Electronics System Integrator in the Greater Baltimore/Washington Metropolitan area.
Jay Sifford Garden Design
9 Reviews
AKM Project by Sifford Garden Design
Creek made with rock, no water
Perfect for my mountain home. I might want to create a rock bench, natural looking not cut stone or a stone bubbler water feature.
The rock bed could help control rain water in the side/back yard
dry water bed...water drainage...Water Feature
“The placing of the stones and large rocks.” — al720
Shane LeBlanc Designs
9 Reviews
water feature
Water feature waterfall
Water color...Like the water fall...Water wall...Colour of water
“medence” — tbcsilla
Siemasko + Verbridge
13 Reviews
planning to put in a vanishing edge pool, but the pool contractor is trying to talk us out of it. I am just wondering if you find that you are replacing water and losing heat more than in a traditional pool?
company to get the best and most accurate information. In general, yes I think you would lose some heat then with a traditional pool. You always lose water with a pool due to evaporation and usage, but I don't think you would lose more then the average with an infinity edge. Hope that helps!
love hoe the pool and hot tub overlook the water
Pool would ne glorious on waters Edge
“pool” — tanyamorrison
Margie Grace - Grace Design Associates
16 Reviews
Grace Design Associates
Yes. Those are adjustable louvres. Not water/weather proof, but darn close. Beautiful too!
issues well, it does not stand up to foot traffic, because of its semisucculent leaves. Growing tip: Once it's established, it requires very little water. If you overwater it, expect rapid and weak lateral growth.
issues well, it does not stand up to foot traffic, because of its semisucculent leaves.Growing tip: Once it's established, it requires very little water. If you overwater it, expect rapid and weak lateral growth.
“Landscape” — bigboyboris
Exteriors By Chad Robert
8 Reviews
Private Residence
This is in Phoenix Arizona. All of the plants have some water to them. The lawn has a pop-up automatic spray system. The rest of the garden has a automatic drip system separated into zones. Trees, shrubs, desert accents, citrus and pots are just a few of the zones.
as large expanses. Group other high-water plants near them, preferably close to the house and where they can get some shade in the hottest times of the year, to cut down on your overall watering.Design tip: Consider using artifical grass. Not only will you save water, but you'll also save on lawn maintenance
“Plans” — Amber Butaud
This is a low-water garden! I can't believe it
low profile water fountain not the shrubs...this would work in the middle
Like water feature idea. Pool in front with urn behind
Water feature...water feature
“boxwood and roses” — ctidler
Furman + Keil Architects
2 Reviews
Cove House
Where do you get the great chairs by the water? Thank you.
Need something like this by the water at the lake
To live on the water
On the water....wow.
The proximity to the water
next to the water's edge
“Table” — judyhollis
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