Water Feature and Firepit

Water Feature Installation & Repair Sammamish, WA
$95k

Cost

1/2011

Date

2

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Completed for:
$851k house in Sammamish, WA
Home size: 3,450 sq ft

Project description

Outside Firepit, Water Feature, Lighting and Natural stone


Project photos




Project Q&A with the homeowner and pro

What was the homeowner's main goal or motivation for doing this project?

Alderwood Landscaping

Alderwood Landscaping Very wooded lot with a lot of cedar trees. We wanted to create a very naturalistic water feature. We developed a really cool backdrop so that when you're sitting out there, it really maximizes the view.

How long did this project take?

What are some of the key materials you used?

Alderwood Landscaping

Alderwood Landscaping We did a custom fire pit with columnar rock and salt rock. Very interactive design with a high emphasis on fire, water, light.

What was your biggest challenge and/or biggest takeaway working on this project?

Alderwood Landscaping

Alderwood Landscaping The fire feature itself is custom so we had to work closely with the homeowner to have an amphitheater backdrop for the rock. Setting everything in place perfectly for the optimal viewing point was difficult. Retaining the naturalistic feel. We incorporated some existing stumps.

What's your favorite part of the new space?

Alderwood Landscaping

Alderwood Landscaping I like the fact that we did a little bit of extra lighting in the water feature. It glows and is very attractive. Overall it's very effective. The fire pit is also very unique. Our goal is to use the natural elements that are found in the Pacific Northwest using different types of rock formations. Using the elements that are found local brings a very natural vibe to the whole lot.

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