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Outdoor Homemade Water Wall

By: Marie from interiorfrugalista.com
Updated April 26, 2018
Outdoor Homemade Water Wall
Outdoor Homemade Water Wall
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Ever dream of relaxing in your backyard, listening to the calming noise of trickling water? Follow this Outdoor Homemade Water Wall tutorial to make that dream a reality. Outdoor water walls don’t have to cost a fortune. This tutorial will break down how to make a water wall on a budget. While this DIY patio decor project takes time and effort, the end result is hands down worth it! Thanks to the lights at the bottom, this water wall looks fantastic day and night. Once you finish building, stain it your favorite shade and admire your beautiful work.

Primary TechniqueDIY Craft

Intermediate

Project TypeMake a Project

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For years we have been talking about the possibility of putting a water feature in our small garden but have never seen something that we really liked. This design is great for us because not only does it look wonderful it will also act has a screen which we also require. 2 problems solved in 1! The tutorial is already very well detailed.

Super idea and I love the addition of lights at the bottom to give it a pretty effect. Using a blue or teal colored glass would lend another nice option and you could also change the look of it by changing out the color,of,the,lights if possible. Water features are nice especially in high noise or traffic areas, it can be soothing and mask unwanted noise as well. Great project, thanks for sharing!

I love the sound of water falling. As I live in the desert that is a sound I do not hear too often! I am very tempted to try this project out as we need something in the backyard while we drink our morning coffee from our rocking chairs. Very clich I know but I love the thought of this.

This is AWESOME! An added bonus to this project would be to add a mat to one side of the waterfall, so you could dive through it on exceptionally hot days.

This water fall looks awesome. I could put it in my secret garden. I'm loving these ideas I'm picking up for a garden do-over. I also think after managing a project like this I would feel quite 'empowered' if I say so myself. Who needs MacGyver when you can do it yourself!

This would be such a great way to give your backyard an update for spring! It looks so professional and modern.

Omg! This is so cool! It probably wouldn't be the best fit for my tiny apartment, but I love the look of this project.

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