The Skilken home's organic glass shape, designed by renowned architect Bart Prince, shimmers in the sun, as seen on HGTV's Amazing Water Homes. Red potted flowers stand out in a line in front of the home's facade.
An in-water walkway creates a path through the pool in this beautiful backyard. Wood chairs are decorated with a bright turquoise throw pillow for a pop of color in the seating area. Landscape lighting accents the plant life and keeps the yard bright.
This little magnetic dish scrubber is a game-changer for awkwardly-shaped glass that a normal dish wand or brush won't reach. Just add dish soap and water into the glass and drop the smaller magnet inside. Then line up the larger magnet and start moving it around the glass.
The vision was to add a water feature in the bathroom. The water pours into a tiled tub, and then overflows into the shower unit. The glass tiles and beautiful natural stone surrounding the space blend well together to create a soothing atmosphere.
Enjoy the ocean view from your morning shower in this modern glass-surround master bath. The transition of the bath area and bedroom looks seamless due to the shower's glass walls and the large window with water view.
Water cascades down the sides of a sandstone architectural water feature, a showstopping element in this calm, native garden. The stand alone feature is built with vertical sandstone boulders, arranged in a circle within the small pond framed by smaller tumbled stones. Uplights at the base enhance the drama of the water feature.
Smooth stone pavers guide visitors into the home's courtyard, where water and a planted tree create a calming, earthy setting. Sliding glass doors open the home's interior to the outdoors and so encourage a sense of flow.
A decorative mosaic featuring recycled glass tile creates a stunning backdrop for a backyard fountain. Two heron statues appear to be wading in the water, adding a touch of whimsy to the water feature.
A sluiceway reminiscent of irrigation canals carries water around the Wyoming home, recycling water back to the front pond or allowing it to seep back into the water table from whence it came. The rustic meets contemporary barn combines logs with glass chinking that creates a unique reflective look.