125,420 water fall Home Design Photos

Deborah Cerbone Associates, Inc.
5 Reviews
A Classic Country White Garden
Ideabooks34,479
Questions10
crevice was filled with dirt wich really cheapened the look of the stone. However, the stone looked like it hadn't weathered well and might fall actually fall apart with a good power washing. I'm sure there are different qualities of travertine from different quarries, but the dirt accumulation is
growing season. The other white flowering plants are an annual vinca which get switched out with white tulips in the spring and white pansies in the fall.
delayed response. I have always been reluctant to use travertine in our area because of the freeze/thaw issue and the obvious pockets and crevices for water to collect and expand. I have not used travertine in our area without being heated so I don't have any first hand advice to give you. A recent older
“Garden” — mary_rafter
J. Brownlee Design
12 Reviews
Kentucky Residence Koi Pond & Fountain
Ideabooks3,177
Questions0
that's a water feature worth having!!
can the walking path be in the water ?
Love the pathway through the water!
love this water feature
walkway on water...Water feature...Water feature pool
“Stones” — our78house
Rosewood Custom Builders
13 Reviews
Orchid Lane Dallas, TX
Ideabooks4,124
Questions6
Like the deck being a bridge / over the water
Small Inge pool with water feature
the stones and water feature
Water feature...pool option
love the water feature
Water feature off the patio
Water pond...Water feature...Water feature/pool...Small water...water feature...water fountain
“Exterior Trim” — msjones58
Kikuchi + Kankel Design Group
10 Reviews
San Francisco Artist Studio
Ideabooks2,133
Questions1
Combines concrete water and plants -- although the tree is too
Japanese maple as part of water feature
water fountain and plant in the water & stones breaking up cement
love the stone and the water plant
Japanese maple/ water feature
Water feature Concrete *****
Big round water feature
Water feature...Water into stone...water feature
“quiet gray tone” — liz_10001
Garden Architecture
3 Reviews
Garden Architecture/Robert Trachtenberg
Ideabooks3,940
Questions2
Asian modern garden, simplicity, order, plants, water in Berkeley
Again, lots of green that I like, don't need the water feature unless
water features at different levels; quiet plants
Modern influence water garden
linear forms interfacing with water
landscaping and water features
Water feture...Water pool...Greenery with water...water feature...Water plants...water feature
“El barrio” — aeroyem
Randy Thueme Design Inc. - Landscape Architecture
1 Review
Randy Thueme Design Inc.
Ideabooks3,777
Questions3
Cool looking water jets and lights
Water going into the pool (light)
like the water fountains
Water features, seating area
nice water jets / lights
water streams?...colored water...water features...water spouts...Lights in water...water features?...water feature...water feature
“interesting” — swhc
Hanselman Landscape and Gardens
Lancaster woodland home and garden
Ideabooks22,917
Questions6
Where did stone used in water feature come from? And what is it? Very nice.
love this water feature, a bit more rustic than zen thou
water burbling into small stone pool which could feed into boulder waterfall down bank.
Little water to breed mosquitoes. No worries about grand kids. Ferns! Rocks!
Simple fountain water feature. Small tree
“like the tree” — youngwible
Studio William Hefner
1 Review
William Hefner Architecture Interiors & Landscape
Ideabooks1,422
Questions2
water could splash onto stones, glass or sand
Water feature for front lawn
Water feature...Water feature....Water and bench...easy water feature...water feature...water garden
“ground fountain” — ahtu
Water fall
Call me crazy, but at first glance I thought it was a waterfall above the fire place!
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