Water features have always be associated with grand gardens of the wealthy; however, today even the smallest garden can find as space for a water feature – they’re one of the must-haves if you want to keep up with the latest outdoor living trends!
House To Home
Steel and old railway sleepers work together to create a modern cascading water fall.
Perfect for any size of garden or patio a modern water feature that blends with the surroundings is a hallmark of good design.
Red Head Garden
If you like recycling then an old bath tub is ideal for creating a rustic water feature.
Another old bath tub, this time with novel taps providing a continual supply of recycled water.
Custom water fountains are fabulous with a contemporary look.
Prairie Rose’s Garden
Waterfalls are awesome if you have the right size garden.
Pilgrim and Pie
Old metal watering cans provide a quirky way to have water cascading gently down a slope.
A DIY water feature may have the right principles but the overall look may not bode well in many people’s gardens!
This is one way to recycle an old piano!
Pen N Live
This stunning wall of water has a distinctive Grecian look.
Small and colourful is sometimes all you need.
How cute is this tea-pot pouring water into a teacup? It’s the ideal water feature for a Shabby Chic house (garden!).
Whoever thought of this water feature can blow their own trumpet – it’s a blast!
An old wooden boat makes the perfect small water pond.
Moms By Heart
This awesome water fountain is created out of children’s inflatable paddling pools – how ingenious is that?!
Playful frog sits on a pond – it’ll make you smile.
Modern cascading water feature that is sculpturally pleasing to the eye.
For when you’re having a melancholy moment.