Houzz is the new way to design your home.
67,621 water feature in garden Home Design Photos
Ryan Duebber Architect, LLC
Chapel Hill Residence
However, there is a water shut off specifically for that faucet that can be turned off and drained before colder whether occurs.
You won't need a drain as long as the surface water sheds off correctly away from house. We didn't have a basement for this project so we had no worries of water infiltration
The drain tile would ultimately pick up any access water.
Outdoor shower on back of garage? Already water there
outdoor dog shower / dog water / sink
KohlMark Architects and Builders
The bridge was designed to accommodate for the water that drains through the site. Greg Hadley Photography
landscaped stream, complete with waterfalls and a water garden.
was very steep. The natural water runoff of the site went right passed the existing house, so in order to not impede the flow of water (or cause flooding issues) the addition was raised off the ground creating a bridge like structure. On the other side of the house the water is directed into a landscaped
master suite. The upper floor is organized around the double-height space, also benefiting from the views of the environment, the inner yard and the garden. Its plan is made up of two full guest suites and a large study prepared for the owners’ work, also enjoying the best views of the lagoon, not just
Color my style, madern, water .I jest love it.
If I ever have a home on the water . . .
infinity pool to the lake ...or river or inlet or whatever---makes it seem like the inside of the house is the still, slow source of the whole body of water outside. Probably, that implied spring comes from under the riverstones, left. Brilliant
Main House and Tower
the miniture light house .. perfrect for lake or water living. Unique enough to allow ppl to find you easily.
modern water tower as guest house
beautiful water tower
Water tower...the water tower!!...Garden extension...water tower ideas
Lasley Brahaney Architecture + Construction
preferable in the winter.Water: Keep the soil continuously moist year around, though bird of paradise is also known to be drought resistant, so don't worry too much if the soil gets dry between waterings; just don't overdo it. If your house temperatures drop in the winter, water less frequently.Soil: Plant
blooms.General care: Dust the leaves regularly. High humidity is preferred, though not mandatory. Mist the plant with water or place it on a bed of rocks sitting in water. The water in the tray will evaporate, providing humidity for the plant. Additionally, bird of paradise likes to be pot bound; it
be taller to fill the vertical space and to bring the eye up instead of down. Here I find myself looking at the legs of the bench instead of at the garden beyond, and wondering whether the ceiling is actually low or whether it just looks that way. Isn't it interesting how one item whose proportions aren't
Balfoort Architecture, Inc.
Balfoort Architecture, Inc.
HOW CAN THE HOT AND THE COLD WATER BE SEPERATED IN THIS WAY?
Below the steps there is a diving wall between the spa and pool. Water just barely flows thru. To reduce the time it takes to heat the spa in the winter, we let the water level fall low so that no water "escapes" to the pool.
The stepping stones across the water....
Lendrum Photography LLC
Quench your thirst with ice-cold water on the porch. Preferably enhanced with a few slices of lemon or cool garden cucumber, or a handful of mint leaves — but on a really hot day, a tall glass of ice water is the simplest pleasure of all. Give back. If all of this talk of water has you inspired, why not channel
that helps provide drinking water to people where clean water is not available? Even giving a small amount can make an impact in someone’s life.Tell us: What’s your favorite way to cool down on a hot day?Do you live in a dry area? How to make the best use of your precious water