There's no skimping on the views from every angle of this outdoor living space – especially from the edge of the infinity pool. Colorful lighting sets the mood for an evening swim overlooking the mountains.
This beachfront home is actually made up of two buildings: a main residence with four bedrooms and an adjacent two-bedroom guest house connected by a breezeway. The pool and spacious patio sit in between for both to use.
This exciting and majestic negative edge pool is truly an extension of the interior of this residence. The wide, see through, horizontal family room fireplace is enjoyed by all pool visitors. The pool and built in spa is surrounded by an expansive, self-draining, 2 foot by 2 foot, exposed aggregate patio. Fire pots frame each side of the pool and descending steps.
Kids young and old would swoon at the sight of this pool's faux rock water slide, waterfall, and rope swing. Surrounded by lush greenery and the blue lagoon pool, swimmers feel like they're on a tropical vacation in their own backyard.
LED pool lighting creates an ambient glow in the backyard oasis of this Westlake, Texas, home. A pair of spas flank the infinity pool, and comfortable lounge chairs offer a place to relax throughout the day and night. Sweeping windows on the back of the house afford views of the beautiful setting.
Lighting can make a huge difference to the look of an outside space. Bistro lights in the oak tree, illuminated containers and landscape lights help create a romantic and fun atmosphere. The pergola was designed to have decorative privacy screens in between the posts and is lit with decorative sconces.
The use of lighting from all directions accentuate the tropical feel of this outdoor space. Lights within the pool, landscape lighting illuminating the waterfall and foliage, and recessed lights set low in the cabana provides a serene view of the lagoon-like pool area.