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.
This infinity edge pool at this San Jose Del Cabo, Mexico, home was constructed around an existing tree, which appears to float on the surface of the water. From the lounge chairs, a person may enjoy views of the pristine pool water, the reflection of the clouds and the Pacific Ocean in the distance.
A pool fountain highlighting the vibrant colors of its diverse tile surfacing makes a bold centerpiece in this pool design that is further enhanced by the lush green border hedge, flowering plants and rainbow hued decorative poles.
The wide design of this home paired with the long swimming pool fits the spacious feel of this backyard. Vivid green grass and tree life add natural color while turquoise pool umbrellas add a pop of accent. Evening lighting accentuates the reflective surface of the pool for a lovely finish.
This eat-in kitchen features lots of stained wood in the floor, cabinets, trim, and large island. Stone countertops provide work and prep surfaces, and an ornate pool table light hangs above the island.
The design of the pool deck mimics the front porch, which ties the spaces together. Synthetic turf between the lounging space and the pool allows the surface water to drain and creates maximum flexibility in the use of the tight space for entertaining. The flooring is made of a tropical hardwood.
Twinkling lights beneath the surface of this infinity pool give it the appearance of a starry night sky. Add the sun setting over the Southwestern Arizona landscape and you have an ambiance that's hard to beat.
The mirror surface of the pool reflects the ambiance of an evening under the open ramada. The sleek fire pit is surrounded by modern armchairs, while a geometric light fixture hangs over the natural wood dining table and chairs.
The first step in closing an in-ground pool is to remove things like a diving board, rails, ladder or safety ropes. Remove the eyeball fitting from all return lines. Take time to vacuum the pool floor and clean the walls and any steps. Skim the water surface as well. You want your pool to get covered in as clean a condition as possible.
The sharp lines and corners of this modern home are a beautiful contrast to the rough surface of the surrounding hill. A long swimming pool flows right up to the glass walls of the house creating a connected flow in the architecture and landscaping.
A wading pool-style sink looks like an organic part of this bathroom vanity. The countertop surface is carried into the backsplash, above which hangs a quatrefoil-shaped mirror. Simple wall sconces add both ambient light and ambiance to this serene space.
This home in San Jose Del Cabo, Mexico, opens up to the backyard, creating an easy flow between the home's interior and exterior living space. The back patio leads to a pristine pool, built around an existing tree which appears to float on the water's surface.