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 10 DIY Waterfalls You Can Build On A Budget

A DIY waterfall will produce the sound of running water in your own backyard that will soothe the soul and calm the mind. Go big or go small, these 10 DIY waterfalls will provide you with several ideas that will enable you to build an attractive and soothing waterfall on a budget.

  1. DIY Concrete Rocks

Stay on budget and create an attractive DIY waterfall with lovely plant life surrounding it with this idea. Artificial rocks are easy to create using concrete and cement colors. Create a soothing backyard space with the size and color or rocks that you want.

DIY Concrete Rocks

  1. Backyard Waterfall

This budget-friendly backyard waterfall contains a rock-lined stream and multiple water falls. Include a heavy duty pump and stone filters to reduce the amount of maintenance needed for this large water feature.

Backyard Waterfall

  1. Pond and Waterfall

This small waterfall is big on beauty and soothing sounds. Perfect size pond for easy maintenance and for placement near the foundation of your home. Include this DIY pond and small waterfall as part of home landscaping for added beauty and curb appeal.

Pond and Waterfall

  1. Natural-Looking Waterfall

Perfect for a large backyard with trees. This DIY outdoor waterfall will look like nature created it. Tucked away under a tall tree and surrounded with rocks and plant life, no one will know that you built it yourself.

Natural-Looking Waterfall

  1. Garden Waterfall

Use these budget-friendly ideas to create your own unique garden waterfall in your backyard. Add a pergola, some bird houses, flowers and wind chimes to customize your tranquil outdoor water feature. Some comfortable, durable seating and a matching fire pit and you’ll be able to enjoy your new garden waterfall year around.

Garden Waterfall

  1. Glass Waterfall

Here is a WOW factor for any backyard – a DIY glass waterfall. Building a waterfall like this will transform an ordinary garden into an extraordinary space, plus add value to your property. Easy to follow instructions will enable you to build this attractive water feature while staying on budget. The design and actual building of this glass waterfall is easier than it looks.

Glass Waterfall

  1. Outdoor Waterfall

Designing an outdoor waterfall couldn’t be any easier than with these pro tips provided on this website. Create a homemade waterfall that will take advantage of the natural layout of your backyard and that will showcase all the natural elements on the property.

Outdoor Waterfall

  1. Large Waterfall

If your backyard has a natural slope, then this DIY waterfall will enable to your take full advantage of the slope. Build an eye-catching WOW factor waterfall that will draw in guests and create a unique outdoor entertainment area that all your neighbors will be envious of.

Large Waterfall

  1. Pondless Waterfall

Here is a great waterfall design that will have everyone wondering where the water goes – it’s a pondless waterfall. The water is caught at the bottom of the falls and recycled in a concealed way so no one knows where the water goes except you. Also a great design to use to prevent small children from falling in the water.

Pondless Waterfall

  1. Stone Waterfall

Use these detailed instructions for creating a DIY stone waterfall and pond. This large focal point will enhance the look and tranquil feeling of your backyard. Add some fish in the pond and concrete yard art around the pond, some comfortable seating and maybe a fire pit and grill and you’ll be spending more time outside in the backyard than inside of your home.

Stone Waterfall

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