Published at Thursday, February 22nd 2018. by denada in house pool design.
When visiting potential swimming pool contractors ask them for the various designs of swimming pools they′ve completed. Find out from the local code officer what the setbacks are for property lines for the construction of your swimming pool. Once you have that information in hand, measure your backyard and sketch on some graph paper the proposed pool layout. Envision the type of accessories you want in your pool. Will you want a shallow end? Tanning ledges? A hot tub? Waterfall? Wading pool? If you have a large enough yard you can consider adding a wave pool or lazy river feature.
It′s important that your pool and spa builder design your pool so that it blends with the ambiance of the architecture of your home. Are you the proud owner of a traditional ranch house or a Spanish style hacienda? A four story mansion or a shantytown shack? Inground pools are not a "one size fits all" proposition. Your pool designer will be the one to help you build the inground pool that′s right for your home.
Landscaping: Another concept which has helped revolutionize the swimming pool design is the use of landscaping around the swimming pool. The greenery surrounding the poolside has made the experience of swimming more soothing, relaxing and brought us closer to nature. While designer swimming pools with their lush green surroundings, cascading waterfalls, and colorful mosaics have brought a breath of fresh air to the whole concept, these luxuries can cost a lot.
Visit real estate open houses in your neighborhood or in upscale neighborhoods to find inspiration from the swimming pools at those houses.
Once you are for sure you do have enough room, picking everything out requires team work from your husband and kids whether they want to do it or not because they would not be happy with you if you picked out something that they did not like at all. They would be stuck with that design and will not be able to change it. You might want to mention that to them if they try to back out in the decision making process.
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