Kensington Mews House
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Encourage reflectionEven if space is limited in your garden, there are still plenty of ways you can bring in water. Rather than installing a feature on the floor, use vertical space instead. This mirrored waterfall panel has been tucked into the raised beds that surround a seating area. It’s the ideal spot for enjoying the gentle trickle of water, and the mirrored surface helps to bounce light around.Find landscape architects and garden designers in your area.
If you have the space, budget and inclination, then there is nothing like installing a small waterfall or a feature with flowing water. The sound of trickling water immediately induces a sense of calm in most of us. In this example, water trickles down a plain metallic sheet into a bed of pebbles and is pumped up again. Such compact and low-maintenance features can be great in urban balconies and provide immediate escape into a zone of calm.See gorgeous water features for the garden