75,536 water feature outdoor Home Design Photos

Stotler Design Group
3 Reviews
Los Altos Hills Modern
water feature
outdoor chaise lounge
beige outdoor cushions
fire feature and vibe
Love the outdoor fireplace
outdoor fire pit...Outdoor Fireplace...outdoor lighting...Outdoor fireplace...Fire feature
“Wall for privacy” — chasemorgan
kevin akey - azd architects - michigan
10 Reviews
kevin akey
See lots of hard water problems...
more a powder bath feature where face washing isn't a priority
I have a quick question though. Does it get difficult when you wash your face? What I'm saying is, is their a way to let the water run continuesly
Foot control is nice. Adjusting the water flow with a soapy wet hand never made since and is unsanitary for the next person. Electric eyes are even better but need to be perfected. To slow of a response
hands; foot pedals mounted underneath the sink area control it. Step on the left side for hot, the right side for cold or both at the same time for warm water. Foot controls are a handy option no matter the application and can work with many kinds of faucets.
“sink pedals” — Jeremy McClenahan
Ledge Lounger LLC
1 Review
Ledge Loungers in Action!
What is the dimension of the sun deck? How deep is the water on the top of the deck?
good idea for umbrella & chairs in water
Love the umbrella and chairs in the water
Love die swembad met die gedeelte waar mens kan lê in die water
patio for loungers in water
Cool water chair lounging area
the water looks refreshing
Plateau to tan in water
Cool water chaise...deck in water...outdoor fire pit
“lounging in pool” — kathawks1
Kipnis Architecture + Planning
20 Reviews
Rear elevation of Glencoe solar LEED Platinum home
of the panels. The water goes through the black panels, which are heated by the sun, and warms the water. It is pretty amazing how much they can heat water. It can take 60ºF water and heat it up to over 170ºF! The water goes through a heat exchanger to heat the domestic water. Additionally, it is
thermal panels to heat water. The panels that you see in the photo above are the solar thermal panels. If you look carefully in the distance, on the second sloped roof, you can see the photovoltaic panels. The solar thermal panels have a pump that pumps water from the hot water system to the top of
about $30,000 and would qualify for about a 55% federal and state rebate. That system does both domestic hot water AND assist with heating the home. For a system that only does domestic hot water (two panel system) the cost might be closer to $22,500 and the same rebates would apply. I have no idea
“Energy efficient” — syde1995
modern house architects
4 Reviews
Master Bath
The wood bench with the towels has some product to protect from water?
How is water prevented from damaging the window? Is the window sill built in a special way?
what kind of wood was installed @ the shower area? How does the water drained away? Need to remove the wood for cleanup after a period of time?
It's impossible to tell from the angle of this photo. The toilet could be by the tub or in a separate water closet all together. I suspect that this room is wider than it appear here. With that said, your best bet to lay out a long, narrow bath is to go to
Ensure proper drainage. Not only will you guard against damage from standing water, but you'll also protect yourself from skidding on wet floors. Angle the shower floor slightly so that water flows toward the drain, and think about adding a second drain for doubly effective siphoning
“Tile&bamboo” — ghmd47
cathy Chilton
3 Reviews
SM Master Bath
altogether.Water: Dragon tree is relatively drought tolerant. Water it only when the soil feels slightly dry at a depth of 2 inches beneath the topsoil, and then water generously, using tepid water; the water should trickle through the drainage holes. Empty the drainage saucer an hour after watering. Never
Never allow the pot to stand in water, because dragon trees don't like soggy soil. Too little water is better than too much, but don't allow the soil to become bone dry. Watering approximately once a week is adequate. Yellow leaves are a sign of overwatering. The tree doesn't tolerate fluoride and reacts
by developing yellow or brown scorched areas or brown leaf tips. With continual fluoride, the leaves will turn completely brown and die. Use bottled water to eliminate the problem of fluoride.Humidity: Dragon tree benefits from a light misting several times per week when the air is dry, especially during
“Mosaic tile matching shower floor” — icoutin
Richardson Homes Ltd
4 Reviews
Lantzville 2 Residence
wheelchair accessibility down to waters edge
love the decking that leads to the water
Decking walkway and patio on the water
Outdoor space, natural beauty
Deck platform near water
Outside deck by water
Deck on water...down to the water...decking and water...water view
“Boardwalk to small deck at shore - could be stone path.” — sgthomps
Polhemus Savery DaSilva
9 Reviews
idea for steps to the water. Old curbing?
Steps to the water...Walkway outdoors...Sleek outdoor steps...Water break...Outdoor steps...outdoor stairs...outdoor grass steps...water view
“Single story version” — drjuan1
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