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Garden water wall


Estewart
Estewart
Estewart
Estewart

A nice little water feature for the garden. Made mostly reclaimed wood and supplies. The water trough is lined with pond liner and can be removed once the glass is removed. To remove the glass, just take the top board and pipe clamps off. The pallet boards are for decoration only. The rocks are suspended by another sheet of pond liner with small holes on the bottom to allow water to flow through and held up from underneath by a Tupperware pitcher. The box was made to fit. The glass is held up by resting on 2x2's that are notched so the glass doesn't slide and water can flow underneath. Be sure to cover the edges of the glass so they don't rip the liner. The power cord for the pump had to have a notch made for it so it can neatly come through the wall and not over the top. The wire screen looks is there just to keep leaves out of the water and pump.

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  • I love love love this!! Do you have step by step plans that you could share, if so I would love them. I have a lot of glass and this would be a great project to recycle that glass. Amazing job.
    By rchampine, on December 21, 2016
    • Here is a link of the original plans. But we had to modify for the space we had and made adjustments for what we wanted to do to make it our own http://www.interiorfrugalista.com/2014/08/diy-patio-water-wall.html?m=1
      By Estewart, on December 21, 2016

  • I agree with rchampine, I love this project. Is it a Christmas gift? I see all the bags in the background.
    By mrpip, on December 21, 2016
    • Yes. Finished just in time for Christmas :)
      By Estewart, on December 21, 2016

  • Thank you so much for the link. This is definitely on my to do list!! I hope when I do that mine turns out as great as yours did! Now if you can find a wall mount one I know the perfect place in my home for that one. Maybe I can scale this one down to fit for a wall mount....the wheels are turning now. LOL :-)
    By rchampine, on December 22, 2016

  • Such a cool way to make use of an old shower door! Thanks for sharing this with us!
    By RYOBI Nation, on December 22, 2016

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Garden water wall

by Estewart
Dec 20, 2016

A nice little water feature for the garden. Made mostly reclaimed wood and supplies. The water trough is lined with pond liner and can be removed once the glass is removed. To remove the glass, just take the top board and pipe clamps off. The pallet boards are for decoration only. The rocks are suspended by another sheet of pond liner with small holes on the bottom to allow water to flow through and held up from underneath by a Tupperware pitcher. The box was made to fit. The glass is held up by resting on 2x2's that are notched so the glass doesn't slide and water can flow underneath. Be sure to cover the edges of the glass so they don't rip the liner. The power cord for the pump had to have a notch made for it so it can neatly come through the wall and not over the top. The wire screen looks is there just to keep leaves out of the water and pump.