This bowl water feature provides a relaxing focal point for patios. Aquascape is known for its sustainable, low-maintenance water gardens, and this lightweight patina bowl with interior pump is no exception. In this photo, the bowl on the left is shown with an additional spillway bowl on the right.
This kitchen is equipped with a bulletin board, which is handy for keeping schedules, grocery notes and other reminders organized. Cabinets above and below provide extra storage, and food and water bowls are built-in for the family pet.
A recess in the island provides for a handy spot for the dog's water bowl. Built-in cabinetry on the island creates extra storage and matches the cabinets lining the wall. A subway-tile backsplash brings a nice pattern to the smooth finishes in the kitchen's design, and hardwood flooring adds warmth.
To create a decorative leaf bowl you’ll first need to preserve your leaves. To do this keep the leaves completely submerged in one part glycerin to two parts water for a week. Remove the leaves and let them dry. Once dry you can use paper mache paste and a large balloon to create your bowl. Blow up the balloon and cover with paper mache paste. Layer leaves around the balloon in a bowl shape, covering completely with paste as you go. Let dry completely, then remove the balloon for a beautiful, decorative bowl.
Relax by the fire? Relax by the water? This backyard makes both possible. Its winding river wraps around a circular patio, so homeowners and guests get a 360-degree view of the restful water feature. In the middle of the patio, there's a fire pit!
This live-edge wood kitchen counter was designed to be the rustic kitchen's focal point. A durable top coat makes it practical and easy to maintain. Opposite the counter, pets get pampered with a special feeding and water station. A water spigot under the counter is for easy water bowl refills.
An infinity spa and adjacent swimming pool blend effortlessly into the water's edge, reflecting the stunning sunset vista across the modern patio space. Stepping stones add an intrigue and create a walk-on-water effect.
Jason Brownlee truly created a work of art for this lakefront property in his design of a terraced pool with water features in black onyx. It connects visually with the Mediterranean-inspired home while providing contrast in color and texture. Especially stunning is the reflective, infinity-edged upper section that is flush with the patio and features a decorative fire bowl to provide accent and drama. Travertine stone creates consistency with the rest of the home and allows the pool and landscaping to take prominence.
Drawing inspiration from elegance of the home’s Italian Villa-like elements, this luxurious outdoor space transports family and guests to a Mediterranean retreat. Warming fire bowls and water features spring to life at dusk illuminating strong columns and arches surrounding the uniquely shaped pool. A circular, elevated infinity spa with chic mosaic tile anchors one end of the space while a crowning pergola with sofa and fire pit create an enchanted lounge space at the other.
Previously, this pool was tiny and unspectacular and even off center in the yard, so designers renovated the space to create a spacious pool with a radius vanishing edge detail that would flow into a lower trough that was design to resemble a large fountain with scalloped walls that joined the radius vanishing edge detail. Then, designers brought in fire and water bowls to add drama to the space, creating the perfect poolside paradise.