- Measures 9"L x 9"W x 11"H, made of cast stone resin
- Cascading stream candle tabletop fountain whose tricking water sounds will relax and soothe you
- Made of durable materials that will perfect your home, yard, and garden décor
Pro offers tips on outdoor decorMarch 2, 2018 - Brunswick News
Of course, he added, fountains don't have to be extravagant outdoor displays. Homeowners don't have to re-create Rome's famed Trevi fountain to enjoy the tranquil gurgle of flowing water. “Tabletop fountains are a nice option, too,” he said. “Some of...
Hearty baked pasta recipe perfect for family reunionMarch 9, 2018 - Chicago Tribune
Guests are always eager to toast a glass of delicious sangria fruit wine around the Columbia's indoor courtyard fountain to experience the same atmosphere enjoyed by so many famous dining names of the past. President John F. Kennedy, actress Esther...
9 Best Indoor Fountains 2017
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How to Build a Water Wall: Indoor Waterfall Fountain | Craftsman
In this water wall construction video Frank Fontana and his team show you step by step how to build a water wall. This indoor waterfall fountain will become a centerpiece of your home. Get...
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Exploring Montreal's Underground City
For almost six decades Montreal's fabled underground city has been an inspiration to civic planners from around the world. What began as a subterranean pedestrian network beneath Place Ville Marie is now an integral part of the city and a major tourist attraction. It has developed into a parallel metropolis, an amazing labyrinth of passageways, alleys, atriums, and hallways that snake their way along 40 km, connecting 85 downtown skyscrapers, ten hotels, 2000 stores apartment blocks and 68 M�tro stations. Alan Hustak looks at its history, takes you on a personal tour of the multi-level environment, and reveals its many hidden surprises along the way. Like the city above ground the underground city has its own mix of sun and shade, public squares, fountains, green spaces, and even an...
Architectures of Festival in Early Modern EuropeRoutledge. 2017
This fourth volume in the European Festival Studies, 1450–1700 series breaks with precedent in stemming from a joint conference (Venice, 2013) between the Society for European Festivals Research and the PALATIUM project supported by the European Science Foundation. The volume draws on up-to-date research by a Europe-wide group of academic scholars and museum and gallery curators to provide a unique, intellectually-stimulating and beautifully-illustrated account of temporary architecture created for festivals of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, together with permanent architecture pressed into service for festival occasions across major European locations including Italian, French, Austrian, Scottish and German. Appealing and vigorous in style, the essays look towards classical...