For the Home
The open archway design adds a cool optical effect by making it look like the water is just appearing out of thin air. The blend of red brick, river stone, flag stone, and quarried rock gives this hardscape feature the look of a 19th century industrial structure that’s been abandoned and overgrown.
It even has a front porch. A Gypsy caravan--is my idea of the ultimate Bohemian retreat.
Stream in the back yard - I love the incorporation of lights! Hopefully executable on a smaller scale.
Pool that transforms into a patio! Can even change the depth of the pool! Awesome!
How would you like a driveway that twinkled like fairy lights every night? It is possible by using "glowstones" in your concrete mix, but it is not cheap. The upside of the extra expense I guess is that you wouldn't need any outdoor lighting as the stones hold light for around 12 hours. Glowstones mixed into concrete to create a pathway of light.
Glow Stones mixed into concrete for a glow in the dark driveway
Hidden Nook- An armoire serves as the entrance to this C.S. Lewis-inspired hidden nook.
white lofted bed above bookshelves