Create a lower level "room with a view" when you transform an unsightly window well into a Pondless Waterfall. Besides a gorgeous view, you'll enjoy the soothing sound of running water
when you open the window. The waterfall keeps re-circulating so no water enters the basement window. Watch the video that shows the rest of this amazing landscape. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VhSZyfidz4c
Commented on Aug 23, 2012
How did you do that again? Looks Great! I want one in my front entyway.
The old, quality paneling came from my husband's great aunt's house, which is slated to be destroyed. What can I do with the plain, boring sheetrock ceiling to complement the walls, yet not darken the room any more? Oh, and the door needs something, too. It's the same white as the ceiling.
Commented on Jul 30, 2012
Lowe's carries white pieces of coffered celing type accents that you can paint before you
mount them to the celing. The pieces I have seen installed are round and very decorative to go around light fixtures. These look great when painted the same color as the crown molding, or just white on a colored celing.
I collected rocks from the woods and bought the footbridge on line. I found the neat stork at Lowes. Yes, Lowes is my favorite store. I had the stone delivered and I just layed out how I
wanted it with the large rocks and then just filled it in with the stone and mulched the rest. It was pretty easy actually. I got the daylillies from a friend and the grasses I bought at a market. My little cat I had for 17 years is buried under the St. Francis statue on the left side of the bridge so this spot has special meaning to me.