This front yard was designed to blend visually stimulating and calming elements to create thought-provoking social spaces. A contemporary water feature spills out over glossy black stones to calm, comfort and unify
Watering Trough A Texas-style landscape needs at least one galvanized steel trough. This trough was converted into a water feature. Find out how you can create a water garden in a favorite container. Design by Katrina Leonidov Fairchild
Old Meets New A water feature made from an antique stone urn adds a traditional touch to this contemporary outdoor space. Water spills softly over the edges of the urn onto a bed on Mexican beach pebbles, producing soothing white noise for relaxation.
The curved built-in seating incorporates a water feature. A steel trough runs along the top of the backrest, cradling the seating area in sinuous curves spilling out at the end into a pool lined with pebbles.
Beautiful fluidity - This copper runnel water feature adds one-of-a-kind architectural detail to this rooftop deck. The water runs along the entire length of the deck, bringing a linear look to the space. Design by Velvet Hammerschmidt
Landscape designer Stephanie Barton converted this former carport into a colorful outdoor space without making a trip to the landfill. The existing concrete slab was sliced into strips, then stacked to form a corner bench and raised koi pond.