The best way to beat the Texas heat is by taking a dip in a refreshing swimming pool and having one in a residential backyard is even better. The oasis continues to evolve by adding accessories like waterfalls, water features, spas, and other elements to enhance a backyard. Some options and materials help match a swimming pool with the architectural design of a house and the surrounding area.
How about incorporating different areas for sitting or for an outdoor structure? Or better yet, adding a fire pit for nighttime gatherings? Well, the reality is that many people believe that it requires ample space for a swimming pool. However, at Platinum Pools, our designers believe that a large yard is no longer a requirement. The beauty of this theory is that some shapes and sizes can accommodate medium and small yards.
Tropical-Shaped Swimming Pools
A homeowner doesn’t need to book a flight to the Caribbean. Tropical-shaped pools are excellent, adding plenty of plants, adding rock structures, a mix of stones, and beautiful flowers to create the tropical vibe. Also, adding a beach entry will help to give that finishing touch for your Caribbean home retreat.
Modern-shaped pools go well with a modern-designed home. Modern designs include some of the geometrical elements like sharp, cut edges or circular areas to establish segments like a tanning ledge or an in-pool table and bar stools with a bit of…