57,966 water garden features Home Design Photos

Howard Design Studio
2 Reviews
Zen Pool and Garden
Ideabooks5,856
Questions7
I want my spa to be tiled all the way around and have a waterfall feature, so I wanted to see how you acheived that look in this pool. Also, what is the height of the spa from the pool? Thank you!!!
from the water forming on the black surface? What do you do to combat it? Am redoing my pool and desperately want to go with the black and white theme but am concerned about maintenance.
Pool with hot tub at one end with water fall
“concrete river rock” — resatree
DC Metro Tile, Stone & Countertops
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Plusen Landscape Architects
1 Review
Sculpture Garden
Ideabooks211
Questions2
LIKE THE IDEA OF WATER THROUGH THE PATIO BUT IN MOSAIC
LIKE THE IDEA OF WATER THROUGH THE PATIO BUT AS A MOSAIC
patio and water feature
Natural water catch for pool
Water treatment throughout the stone
lush green garden...pture Garden...Sculpture Garden...Stream feature...water feature...garden wall
“paver up to edge” — yvonneward
Lenkin Design Inc: Landscape and Garden Design
8 Reviews
Mist Garden - 'Heaven'
Ideabooks738
Questions2
up at a garden shop in the UK. They are properly called, "gazing balls" and they come in many finishes and sizes.
garden orb (gazing ball), mist feature
Misters for garden area, great way to water plants in early morning hours.
Misters in this garden soften the stone walls that define part of the outdoor space.
Mist garden. Great idea for up near our pond
in this garden soften the stone walls that define part of the outdoor space. The fine fog seems appropriate with these walls, as well as the vegetation, sculpture, and other elements.Upload your fog photo!More: How to Take Better Home Design PhotosFrom the Experts: Photographers' Tips on Taking Interior
“cool” — Anthony Flint
Paces Construction Co
5 Reviews
Outdoor Rooms and Spaces
Ideabooks1,899
Questions4
these garden steps for a small Buckhead garden.
them as garden railings. Each one needs to be custom fitted to the space, and we carve supports with a chain saw to properly mount them. We also seal the railings with clear penetrating oil to deter rot, and sometimes stain them, as well. If you are in the Buckhead area of Atlanta call us, or contact local
The Stairs.. looking for ideas for stairs leading to the garden
variety of features.Which features you choose depends on how long you wish to capture someone’s attention. “For a straight, wide path that leads to a front door or garage,” Ayers says, “I’d offer a single species of flora, like grasses. This way they can enjoy it while walking directly straight through. On
“steps” — icabromley
Andrew Renn
3 Reviews
Andrew Renn Design, Beautiful gardens of Melbourne Australia
Ideabooks3,643
Questions3
love this garden with the pavers
Stamped concrete, brick, raised garden beds with cap
Elevated garden/flower box option
formal beds for roses/knot garden
A beautiful garden/courtyard
Beautiful gardens of Melbourne Australia
Beautiful gardens of Melbourne Australia
brick water feature...raised garden bed...Feature tree....Raised gardens...brick garden walls
“Pear trees at fenceline” — jennyclimber
Jeri Koegel Photography
6 Reviews
Allview Terrace - http://www.studio6architects.com
Ideabooks2,030
Questions1
Water wall for side garden
Beautiful feature wall
spa garden reference
Gardens can be dramatic
container garden...Sculpture garden...For penmar 2 garden...love garden art...succulents garden
“cabbage like succulent” — megank0
Tom Meaney Architect, AIA
10 Reviews
Courtyard with Fountain
Ideabooks3,021
Questions5
stone and roof gables and water feature is interesting
classical water feature
Garden art...Love water feature...Water feature...North garden...water element...water feature...water fountain
“Fountain” — be4dawn
Luciole Design Inc.
Luxurious Mediterranean outdoor living
Ideabooks1,012
Questions2
moving water to the landscape. Photo: Mike Heacox / Luciole Design Inc.
of the garden. This fountain did not have a lot of splash, so the soil around the lower basin stayed dry enough for the lavender to thrive. If there had been more splash, we would have used gray rush or sedges instead since they thrive in wet conditions.
“Wall and fountain” — jmom55
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