Water tables, once used to reduce water penetration, are now used by architects and designers to achieve decorative design details. These details can range from the use of a single style for simplicity to a combination of styles to achieve highly ornate brickwork. In addition to their traditional use, these shapes can be used to add dimension to flat walls, rotated to form door and window jambs, or inverted to form cornice brickwork. Continuity of design can also be transferred into the landscape by using the water tables as caps for walls or edging accents for walkways.

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