Pool In Backyard

Pool In Backyard

Do not just think about the small pool while planning your backyard. Work out how it fits into your overall lifestyle, how much deck space you really need for all those summer and fall parties, and how the style of the pool reflects that of the home itself. Even a petite pool does not stand in isolation, so think about a matching deck area, maybe an outdoor dining space or barbecue area for some great family evenings, and even a pool house if you can afford the luxury. A small pool will definitely transform the backyard into a far more happening spot.
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Pool In Backyard

Since most modern homes adopt a simple, clean design with straight lines and cubic forms ruling the interior, the landscape around your house should be no different. Let the small pool seem like an extension of the home and shape a lovely deck that acts as a transitional zone between the edifice and the pool. Even though you might not be swimming away in a giant lap pool, the classic rectangular design still gives you the satisfaction of having a beautiful pool in the backyard, even if it is far smaller in dimensions. The rectangular, in-ground pool is a classic that never fails, and you can start with one that is as small as 9 by 18 feet.
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Pool In Backyard

I can already hear some of our readers asking us how to fit a pool in a backyard that is even smaller than those showcased in the inspirations above. Well, we have got two words for you all – plunge pool. Plunge pools require very little square footage and rely more on depth than on width and length. Smart modern designers and contractors have come up with several ways that you can easily add a plunge pool to the backyard without worrying about compromising on deck area. While some might prefer a Jacuzzi instead of a dipping pool, we strongly suggest you opt for the latter. They are easy to maintain, aid in improving your health and of course, allow you to relax in style.
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Pool In Backyard

Hilltop Pools and SpasWe’re still refusing to accept winter is coming and arelooking past it, dreaming up pool projects for early spring. While large poolsand landscape structures are great, you can still achieve a home oasis with asmall yard! Turning your deck into a segue to the pool can help you takeadvantage of space. And if you’re certain you just absolutely don’t have enoughroom for a pool for swimming, don’t rule out a gorgeous over-sized hot tub tocompensate! I really love the small pool with Jacuzzi as well. It still takesup the same amount of space, but it’s two-tiered levels make it visually seem larger. GREAT POST!Willy JacksonSometimes less is more!! These are some really stunning pictures of some smaller pools that are big on style and function! Thanks for finding these and sharing.Ians PoolAmazing small pool design ideas. Really great work. Keep it up..!!
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Pool In Backyard

We’re still refusing to accept winter is coming and arelooking past it, dreaming up pool projects for early spring. While large poolsand landscape structures are great, you can still achieve a home oasis with asmall yard! Turning your deck into a segue to the pool can help you takeadvantage of space. And if you’re certain you just absolutely don’t have enoughroom for a pool for swimming, don’t rule out a gorgeous over-sized hot tub tocompensate! I really love the small pool with Jacuzzi as well. It still takesup the same amount of space, but it’s two-tiered levels make it visually seem larger. GREAT POST!
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Pool In Backyard

Find News Near Me Apex, N.C. — Workers were repairing an Apex home Monday after the homeowner accidentally drove through the back of the garage and into a backyard swimming pool. The unidentified woman was returning to her Fairview Road home Sunday and smashed her SUV through the wall, scattering debris across a deck and landing in an above-ground pool, police said. She was alone in the vehicle at the time, and no injuries were reported. Police said they presume she hit the accelerator instead of the brake while pulling into the garage.
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Pool In Backyard

Lakeland resident Craig Lear, 38, lives on a golf course and assumed the bubbles he saw in his pool were from a ball that had been hit into it. “He thought, ‘Why are there bubbles in the pool?'” his 37-year-old wife, Laura, told ABC News today.
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Pool In Backyard

As a kid, I loved nothing more than swimming in pools.  We didn’t have one, but we biked to the local rec center that did have an outdoor pool.  I spent days and days in pools and loved every minute of it.  Even now as an adult, I love pools and almost always choose a hotel with a pool.
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With concepts such as ‘staycation’ becoming even more popular in recent times, the small pool has definitely made its way into more urban backyards. All you need is a hint of ingenuity, smart planning and just enough space to squeeze in a small pool. From health and fitness to rest and recreation, you will soon find that this tiny wonder will change your entire life.
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Indeed swimming is one of the best way to keep the body’s shape and health. You like swimming insanely, but the long distance to the public pools or the crowded situation in the public pools always make you crazy and loose the passion. But why not build a swimming pool in your backyard, or even a
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At first, the stay-at-home dad couldn’t make out exactly what the large mass at the bottom was, since the water was grainy due to the pool’s pebble-stone floor. When he got closer, however, he found a nearly 300-pound alligator submerged in the deep end, Laura said.
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It took about an hour for Barbon to drag the gator out of the pool, he told ABC News. “They’re pretty tough animals,” Barbon said.

Many of our pools are in the backyards of homes in warmer climates, which makes sense because it can be used year-around.  After all, spending $100,000 or more on a pool which you can use only 3 months a year doesn’t always make sense.
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Interestingly, most pools built today don’t have the features they did when I was a kid (1980’s), specifically diving boards and slides.  I suspect they are safety issues and homeowners opt not to have those features.  That said, some backyard pools are more like mini-water park complexes with rock walls, caves, waterfalls and even water slides.  These premium features add considerably to the cost, and not everyone likes the appearance of them, but they do offer more swimming features.  You either like the look or don’t.

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