What’s it going to look like?
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Can you do a sketch so I can show it to my husband?
|A wok-like concrete bowlsits on the edge of a raisedplanter wall. Part of the
bowl extends over the
water to create a
simple water fall. Thornless roses
with Vinca fill the planter
|A Spanish style home inspired
this water feature veneered with
8-inch Azulejos with randomly
placed accent tiles. The
basin wall has a sand finish. it’s
painted to match the color of the
tile. The top of the basin’s wall
and weir panel are capped in
|This natural stone-veneered
fireplace sits on the border of an
elevated wood deck. An
appliance firebox was used to avoid
a chimney stack that would
otherwise block the view of the golf
course. A 36 inch iron railing works
as a trellis for Bougainvilleas.
|Low-litter deciduous trees shade the summer gathering spaces around the pool and raised spa deck. A nearby herb garden serves the pergola-covered BBQ and eating area. The tree-lined entrance and forecourt enhance the front and give it curb appeal.||Natural stone looks well at pools. It gives water features a more natural look. The wood pergola shades a 14 x 15ft. raised terrace. Thornless climbing roses and jasmine add evening fragrance. The steps on the side lead into the pool||Privacy was important for this secluded brick in-fill and paver-gridded circular patio and water feature. Decidous trees shed their leaves in winter to allow the sun to warm the space. Perennial beds add color year-round to this Mediterranean inspired patio.|
|A rust-finished contemporary water feature was designed to enhance our client’s forecourt.
The dark, deep, blue Pebbletec interior finish makes this fountain’s basin work as a reflecting pool when the water is still. Water-fountain adapted perennials add seasonal color.