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Designs By Elizabeth
7 Reviews
Memorial - Spring Valley
Ideabooks25,490
Questions8
What kind of trees are behind the water fountains?
This is perfect! What is below this fountains pumping the water?
fountains. The pots look beautiful just, but it is keeping me up at night how I am going to properly set up the water vessel below the pots so they store and pump water correctly and efficiently. I don't know whether to use 1 big pond liner, or 3 separate separate square tub fountain basins. Your advice
Easy way to include water feature.
yard in front of mindys office
Love this pot arrangement for in front of bedroom window!
An idea for front of house. In fl.
fountain — especially this year in the South,” she says. “Fountains need to be drained before a freeze, just as you would your irrigation sprinklers. The water gets into the pores of the concrete, clay or ceramic and expands upon freezing. This cracks the pottery or fountains, as well as burns the pump houses
“water fountains” — dlwtransport42
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15 Reviews
debora carl landscape design
Ideabooks9,464
Questions4
fire and water with a view
How deep is the water feature?
as barriers to help reduce water loss from wind evaporation. Decreasing the amount of wind going across the water feature will cut down on evaporation.
fescue in front of tiered fountain
Idea of having a water feature adjacent to a fire feature.
you could put a fire pit in front!
This one is nice, though not sure about the standing water and if it gets pukey over time?
this water feature is ok although I'm
Plant waterside shrubs, perennials and grasses and use fences or privacy screening as barriers to help reduce water loss from wind evaporation. Decreasing the amount of wind going across the water feature will cut down on evaporation.
“Fuente” — perugl
Jean Marsh Design
9 Reviews
Water-Wise Front Yard
Ideabooks457
Questions2
The front lawn at this residence was replaced with water-wise plantings, a dry stream bed created to direct drainage & a new walk way of recycled concrete was added. Design & Photo by Jean Marsh Installation by Naylor Landscape
water wise and all the color mixed in with rocks.
water-wise front yard
Waterwise, lawn-free front entry area
heathers front patio area....
Water-Wise Front Yard
water wise landscape
Path idea for front...Color for front...for out front?...Front yard...water wise plants...front entry...front porch...front yard...water wise garden
“Color” — ligia13
Sarah Greenman
1 Review
Dallas, TX: Scott & Melissa
Ideabooks8,955
Questions3
How does your water supply feed to the center? Does it flow to both ends?
Such a clever design for a water feature!
It has a pump that pushes water up to middle of the table and flows over to both ends. The water is then recirculated up through the middle of the table. Hope that helps!
fresco meals with their family. They also wanted a water feature in the courtyard that could be heard from every common room in the house. So a combination of the two goals in one structure was a good fit for the home owners. The height of the water drop is tall enough that the falls can be heard in
This could work in the front garden.... the pond is a clever idea, raised up rather than dug in, keeps toads out too
“Water” — huyloan
TempleHome
Hollywood Hills Contemporary
Ideabooks7,151
Questions4
New Residence; View of Front Entry, Architecture and fountain design by TempleHome
What is the facade on the front of the house? Is it cement?
Is there a water filter system?
Water feature reminds of river bed
Spouts for the water feature create effect when water lands
pebbles in bottom of pool, water spouts
defecting pool turned fountain - circulates water
The rocks in the bottom of the water feature.
“Murs” — Carole Coffignot Moulin
Chipper Hatter Architectural Photographer
1 Review
Harmony Outdoor Elements
Ideabooks11,421
Questions1
what do you call the lighted water exit on the wall? where can i purchase one?
You car find this water fall by Atlantic water gardens, called Color Falls
fire pit is nice - possibility? Water feature is nice looking too.
The look is great. Relaxing. Fire and water mix.
don't want water feature with firepit in front
Nice evening outdoors with sound of water and fire to keep you warm
love the gas fire pit and matching water feature
“water feature and stone” — judyniblick
Josh and Malissa McCulloch
DIY Front Yard Makeover
Ideabooks46,852
Questions21
DIY front landscaping with pondless waterfall. A mixture of perennial and annual flowers keep the flowerbed looking lush all summer and is an inexpensive way to add curb appeal (tip: install a drip line for the hanging baskets - much easier than hand watering!) The black adironack style front porch
I KNOW THE WATER GOES TO A RESERVOIR UNDERNEATH, BUT WHAT SEPARATES THE END OF THE WATERFALL AND THE DIRT IN FRONT? IT IS TRULY BEAUTIFUL.
Trying to figure out the brillance of the water without
without the obvious water hole which is great for small child
How beautiful,I am a DIY girl, can you pls share how the water is contained or if you have a resource for me to refer to.If you prefer you can email cqmatthews@yadtel.net Thanks so much,this layout and plants look like I could come close
“garden colors” — Shyamlee Prapoo
Studio William Hefner
1 Review
William Hefner Architecture Interiors & Landscape
Ideabooks28,502
Questions8
Where can I get the details on that water fountain? Thank you
Simple water feature by front door
Screening and fountain at front entrance
intriguing is when it is heard before it is seen. The sound of water acts like a beacon, compelling the garden visitor to find the source. Water features should be in a location where they can be heard in both the front and back garden, as the sound will help connect the two areas.
The cascading water fills this entryway with the relaxing sound of water.
Add a water feature. The sound of burbling water is very soothing and has the added benefit of muffling unwanted noise from neighbors or a busy street. Custom water features like the one shown here are stunning, though there
“Entrance” — nazrene
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