2016: Year of the Water Feature

18 February 2016 in Home & Garden Features

We have only dipped our toe into 2016 and already it is clear that water features including, ponds, water walls, water bowls and water tables are going to be the choice for designers and retail customers landscaping this season.

A water feature brings a new dimension to an outdoor area, with its calming relaxing sounds of moving water it offers more than just beauty to the eye. Depending on the outside space available, a water feature may sit well as a centrepiece, or a pond and wall attachment may provide a larger feature with a number of cascading water options, as well as LED lights, to bring the water to life in the darkness. Others prefer a still water feature, such as a water bowl or standalone pond, which can be decorated with ‘Nymphaea alba’ or ‘Water Soldier bareroot’ to offer an area of retreat for birds and other wild animals.

Water Features 

Ponds (Corten Steel or Aluminium)

In a range of standard sizes and also available bespoke. The aluminium can also be ordered in a choice of RAL colours. 

 

Water Walls (Corten Steel or Aluminium)

Available as a free standing feature or as a pond attachment. The walls come with a choice of cascading water scuppers and LED lights. Both materials can be made to bespoke requirements and the aluminium is available in a choice of RAL colours.

 

Water Tables (Corten Steel & Aluminium)

These are available in both square and round designs, in a number of sizes. The water pumps is supplied as standard and LED lights can be purchased in addition. Water tables provide a beautiful feature with a flowing ‘fountain’ in the centre. 

 

Water Bowls (Corten Steel & Powder Coated Steel)

Both materials are available in 60, 80, 100, 120, and 150cm diameter. The powder coating finish is a ‘metallic grey’ RAL DB703. The water bowls feature a circular lip welded to the base for stability.

 

 

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