74,269 yard pond Home Design Photos

Paradise Restored Landscaping & Exterior Design
35 Reviews
fire pit, tiger wood pation cantilever over Koi pond, Koi pond. paver patio. pathway to river and side yard patio, umbrellas and Tualatin River
back yard pond with floating patio deck
Nice pond
“pond” — Félix Marx
Northern Virginia Landscape Architecture and Construction
Metes & Bounds Landscape Design was established in 2004 as a landscape architecture firm dedicated to providing full-service design/build solutions for residential properties.
Aquascape Inc.
6 Reviews
Outdoor Living with Water Gardens
We are starting over on an old koi pond at our just-purchased home. Need help with plants to put in. Thanks so much
What are the plants that surround the pond.
article on types of plants that work well in a pond. ...
The aquatic plant on the right side of the pond and in front of the chair is Pickerel Rush.
The terrestial plants outside of the pond were not planted by us. We installed the pond and the aquatic plants.
shade. To the left of it looks like a lily or grass. Reeds do well near ponds too and water Irises. I like Cyperus, umbrella plant but they need containment
are capable of putting into your yard and even adding huge koi
its way into a natural setting like this one. The stacked rocks around the pond add visual interest while keeping the feeling calm and serene. Tip: When
“.” — Debbie Chin
Eclectic Landscape
This hidden pond, covered with lily pads, is romantic and beautiful and a perfect complement to the little conversation area on the left. Even if it's
If your space is limited, try to squeeze in pond, surrounded of course by plenty of greenery and with a lily pad or two floating
Front yard??...Koi pond...court yard garden...pond greenery...Patio in pond...round pond
“Pond” — Irene Kent
Princeton Design Collaborative
9 Reviews
Suburban Oasis
If I had the space, I would LOVE to have this in my yard.
spout. Water travels down from the spout into the upper pond, then pours into the lower pond from the trough before being pumped right back up to the post
One of the outdoor rooms features this tranquil koi pond, tucked along the arbor behind the obelisk. In the back one of the arbor's posts contains a spout
home's back terrace — surrounds the fountain, and the edging around the upper pond doubles as bench seating. Conroy loves to find uses for architectural samples
arbor doesn't cut off the yard...would like to have a koi pond
“not koi pond but other water feature possibility if pool is not doable.” — joanbayhead
Exedra Architects
exedra architects
How is the bridge/steps supported over the pond?
How deep was the Koi Pond in this design?
Pull up a pondGazing at fish swimming around is a soothing way to spend 10 minutes, so rather than tucking your fish pond away at the back of
Advantages of Shallower PondsLess excavation means less work and fewer materials, so you’ll save money on construction costs and backaches.
of the garden, install it next to the house. This neat little pond butts right up to the back of this home, so that when the doors are folded back, it feels
proximity of pond to interior space
“simplicity in design” — Debbie Chin
KohlMark Architects and Builders
10 Reviews
Back Exterior
We have a small back yard and would like a nice small pond such as this one.
I like the design of the pond and the deck extension
Where can I get plans for this pond?...thinking about doing that on my pond....Nice pond...pond in the back yard...The pond...Pond wall...Turtle pond...this pond!!...Rock pond...Pond idea
“steps to lower patio” — shaaar
Jacqueline Glass and Associates
1 Review
outdoor oasis
I'm looking at the pond. Is it a liner or concrete?
Hi Sherry, The pond was a liner. Hope this helps!
I love how the yard is it's own oasis! Like stepping into your own little piece
I like the deck to the pond , might be. An idea as entrance to the greenhouse
loss via evaporation and oversplash in fountains, waterfalls, pools and ponds.
“water feature!” — valeriekg
Garrett Churchill Inc.
Pond in Rydal, Pa
I have about a 7f tX 7ft area that I want to make into a pond/waterfall. I have already collected a few big flat rocks to start and dug
time and lead to a cleaner looking pond. The pond kits I mentioned generally come with all you need to do a pond and include a skimmer and bio falls
the pond from the waterfall. Depending on the location a skimmer can be very beneficial. If you have a leak with the pump in the bottom of the pond and
it you can pump the pond dry in very little time. Since the skimmer houses the pump you can only draw so much water from the pond before the pump will
water with a very simple natural method. I had a step down pond from the waterfall to the main pond with gravel that I plugged with store purchased watercress
“ribniik” — portoroz
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