Multi-decks allow you to diversify your outdoor space based on a variety of activities such as this set up from Kane Landscapes which prominently displays a spa area on one level and a garden patio area above it.
An infinity spa and adjacent swimming pool blend effortlessly into the water's edge, reflecting the stunning sunset vista across the modern patio space. Stepping stones add an intrigue and create a walk-on-water effect.
The wall of the raised hot tub in this backyard pool acts as a bar counter, which also features a built-in stainless steel beverage center to keep drinks cool and easily at hand. The mosaic tile spillway cascades from the hot tub down to the pool.
Despite the tight dimension of the site, a small lap pool and spa were designed into the terrace. There is a waterfall feature at the end into the spa. Both pool and spa are covered by an automatic cover that helps keep the heat in.
Due to the restrictions of redeveloping lakefront, you are not allowed to encroach any further than the previous building footprint with any structures. This means that the retaining walls and pool had to fit within the previous house footprint.
A raised spa is further enhanced with natural stone boulders, fire elements, a flagstone rock accent wall and raised planters. The fire elements illuminate the pool area and create a dramatic night setting for this backyard space. A waterfall adds visual interest for swimmers.
Designer Mary DeWalt selected a color scheme for this home--blue, green and brown--that she brought outdoors for masterful effect. As seen here at dusk, the soft beige hardscape surrounding the turquoise blue pool displays a serene aura against the blue sky and verdant landscaping, the same feeling that is imbued indoors.
Whether relaxing in the raised infinity spa, gliding across the stunning swimming pool or lounging on a chic sectional in the warm afternoon breeze, the awe-inspiriting ocean vista crowns this elegant Mediterranean patio.
A backyard featuring a fun pool for the kids, but with an adult feel..The solution was to craft a vessel that would sit within the multiple terraced gardens, that was created with dry stacked stone. The first challenge was getting into the backyard with minimal disruption, this would require importing soil to fill in areas creating ramps over walls and developed areas.
This backyard pool is cool and inviting, but the spa is available if you need a hot soak. The home is constructed with a classic Florida keystone facade and the copper seam roof is just beginning to patina.