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4 Home Waterfalls Ideas

Do you wish to impart your house with an expression of tranquility? Do you find the audio sound of dripping water extremely relaxing? Well, if this is the case, then why not consider making a waterfall in your home. A waterfall in the home unquestionably creates a brilliant visual appeal and lovely sound. The best part of making a home waterfall is that it features a high level of design flexibility. You can design it the way you want to suit your mood.

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Ground level waterfall – Ground level waterfall in a home unquestionably looks excellent as it features a natural look. Employing a mound of dirt, pool line, assorted rocks, medium size rocks and few plants and shrubs will assist you to create a waterfall with an enchanting visual appeal and audio sensation.

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Rock Waterfall – Creating a rock waterfall in the garden is fairly an easy task for creating a focal point. Select a suitable location in the garden, preferably a backyard and create a level of rocks so that water can flow from the top level to the bottom.

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Swimming Pool Waterfall – if there is a swimming pool in your backyard, then the best idea is to coordinate a waterfall with it. You may get an artificial waterfall installed near the footsteps of the swimming pool. Alternatively, if the swimming pool is enclosed on any of the sides, you can easily create a waterfall on that wall.

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Pond waterfall – if there is ample of free space in your garden, consider creating an artificial pond in one of the corners and complement it with a waterfall. Create a high rock wall and allow the water to cascade through the rocks into the pond.{pic 2 from blog.daum.net,rest from kizlarsitesi.com}

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Posted in How To, Tips, and Advice on August 13, 2011

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Stefan is the owner of Homedit.com – he started the site back in November 2008, from his passion for interior design and decorations and since then the site went from being a simple blog to one of the most popular home design websites on the web right now.

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