Residential Water Features
Landscaping is often an effort to recreate the beauty of nature, and water features — a pond, waterfall, fountain or stream — can be a great way to achieve just that. A natural water feature, an understated formal water focal point, or a combination of the two will give your property a feature that will be unique to your property.
Formal Water Features and Pools
Creating a formal garden focal point that incorporates water can be uncomplicated and even understated if required, or it can be very prominent and dominate a landscape. Multi-tiered fountains, millstones, urns and other artistic elements — including the creative use of specific custom art pieces — can highlight your outdoor water feature if you choose.
Natural Streams and Waterfalls
To complement the pond on your residential property, you can include a striking waterfall. A waterfall adds a stronger sense of motion to a scene in a way that a pond can’t on its own, and the sound of continuously running water is calming.
Decorative Nature Ponds
Koi ponds with aquatic plants can become the focal part of your backyard. Natural equals low maintenance with properly balanced ponds.