Accent Landscapes
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Water in the Landscape

A water feature can help to create the perfect space to relax and unwind. A water feature can serve as a stunning focal point, and the sound of moving water has a peaceful effect. There is a huge variety of water features that can be integrated into any size landscape project, and will provide lasting value and enjoyment.
Project Year: 2015
Country: United States
Custom stone bridge over natural design stream and pond
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This Black Forest landscape includes a large natural stone water feature with a stone bridge crossing the stream bed.
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Self contained water feature as a focal point among plantings
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Water features are wonderful way to add the elements of both sound and movement to your outdoor space. A bubbling water feature is a low maintenance option that works well in small spaces.
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Natural Siloam stone bridge over stream
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Natural stone water features can be built to just about any size. This smaller feature provides a dramatic statement and the homes entry.
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Water as a focal point in the entry
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This natural stone water feature incorporates a large stone slab bridge to access a waterside seating area.
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Three level of ponds with falls, bridge, and fish
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This stunning water feature has multiple levels and waterfalls. It incorporates aquatic plants and koi fish. The custom stone bridge leads to a waterside stone patio.
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Water in the Landscape
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This formal water feature ties in with the masonry seating wall and the large paver patio.
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Water in the Landscape
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This natural stone water feature is located in the Broadmoor. It has multiple ponds, stream beds, and waterfalls.
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Water in the Landscape
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All natural stone water features we build are built to fit into the landscape and topography. Depending on how much elevation there is to work with in your yard we can create cascading creeks, waterfalls and pools. We are often able to create some elevation through the use of berms and retaining, making this a possibility even in relatively flat areas.
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