35,402 water feature wa Home Design Photos

Alderete Pools & Solar
23 Reviews
Orange County Projects
Why the need to so drastically Photoshop the water and sky?
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Michael Robert Construction
13 Reviews
Classic Coastal Renovation
dimensions of the room itself? The chandelier is beautiful! Also love that feature wall. Who makes the paper?
imperfections that are not found in the select or #1 grades. We chose a water based poly in place of the more common oil based poly, which gives the floor
“Sconces” — Kate Mann
Le jardinet
Secret Garden
River Birch can be used in Texas, although they need a fair amount of water. Planting in wet areas utilizing natural runoff is helpful.
for private contemplation. Whatever the size, purpose or place, the key feature remains the same — it needs to be at least partially hidden from the outside
“Himalayan jacqumontii” — trailerable
Sustain Scape
Mediterranean Courtyard
Retaining wall and water feature
“cactus on the left” — shicks29
Amy Noel Design
11 Reviews
splash by the range. Allows for tall cauldrons and such to be filled with water w/o having to move them after. Good for preparing for large dinners.
Onyx countertop-- beautiful! The color sets off the rest of the features of this kitchen. Wonder what the wearability's like?
“Counter” — kta2014
Fenwick & Company Interior Design
Let the water fallWhy not make the most of your aqua theme by literally bathing in it? To have one colour feature so prominently in a small
“Overall look and feel is spectacular!” — Carin Costanzo
David Thorne Landscape Architect
9 Reviews
Hill Top Gem
land. We used a unique drainage design which collects and disperses the water from the house roof and paving area through a series of landscape bio-swales
bio-swales, rockeries and to decorative rendition ponds. Native plants are featured in this design to echo the surrounding oak tree and native grasslands.
“Love the path to a view” — Zien on Main
Robert Young Architects
a flag lot at the edge of a new subdivision, bordered on three sides by water, wetlands, and woods. The client asked us to design a house with a minimal
Concrete fireplace, large windows, great wood features
“Pop out windows” — Brenna Patrick
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