water featureWater Features, Spas, and Artistic Garden Elements

A water feature can turn your beautifully landscaped exterior into a beautifully landscaped oasis. A water feature such as a fountains, a flowing creek or a bubbling brook will create a tranquil and serene environment in which one can truly relax and unwind after a stressful day at the office. Landscape by Design can truly transform your backyard into something you experienced during your last vacation! Come home and walk out to your backyard filled with greenery, your outdoor living space and a bubbling brook rolling by.

Water gardens transform an outdoor living space into a beautiful paradise where you can relax, unwind, and enjoy quality time with family and friends.  Water features become the focal point of any garden with their melodious tunes and natural ability to attract a variety of birds and butterflies.  Whether you tuck a decorative fountain near the entrance of your home or create a backyard habitat with an ecosystem pond and waterfall, you’ll find each day enhanced when you waterscape your landscape. Whether you have an expansive lawn or a small balcony, you’ll find a water feature to suit your lifestyle and budget.

Landscape by design is proud to use Aquascape products for a water feature such as a pond, fountain. bubbling boulder fountain,  or an urn fountain.

Hots Tubs and Spas

How about a hot tub? A spa like one from Jacuzzi or Zodiac can really help one relax after a long hard days work or after a hard workout. The idea of a relaxing soak in hot water is by no means a new one. Throughout history people from many cultures have enjoyed this practice. From naturally occurring thermal springs to elaborately constructed bath houses, the benefits of hydrotherapy are well established.

Many hot springs have long histories of special status with Native American tribes. They used these natural spas for healing and believed the waters had other powers. The Romans took it a step further by incorporating these thermal waters into their communities.

They understood the rejuvenating characteristics of hydrotherapy and enjoyed their daily soaks in the company of their friends and peers. By the fifth century there were as many as 900 public baths in Rome alone. The Greeks, Egyptians, Turks, and the Japanese all enjoyed thermal springs and baths as part of their social and spiritual culture.

John Scott can add an elegant water feature to most any Dallas, Ft. Worth area landscape project.  Peruse through the following portfolio of some of our North Texas client’s home exteriors with water features.