Summer is in full swing. And what better way to enjoy it to the max than organizing mega parties pool? Regardless of the pool model you choose, you should plan to build a deck in harmony with your landscaping. In addition enhance your swimming area, the latter will facilitate access and be large enough to provide the safest possible conditions. Looking for inspiration? Find it in the following projects.

Great needs, great patio

The swimming area is at the heart of this garden planted on steep terrain. A wood patio cover naturally much of the contour of the pool and stretches to the wall privacy screen designed with two layers. Serving as a bench downstairs projection allows to assemble or sunbathe after a good dip. In addition, a retaining wall built of granite on the outskirts of the pool softens the level change. Well camouflaged by the development, sports and pool look like a model dug.


Pool deck in town

What is the best option for a dip in a small courtyard of town? A semi-inground pool, of course! Partially buried, it merges the layout, making it much less intrusive than full height above ground pool. Small detail is important: as the pool exceeds the ground level only 45 cm, it preserves a bit of privacy vis-a-vis neighbors. A beautiful wooden deck includes its compact shape and octagonal, giving it to be mistaken appearance of a model dug. Both sides of the basin camped different rest areas.

Harmonious integration of the pool

Positioned below a ground elevation, above ground pool that fits nicely into the landscape without appearing too massive. A patio wood acts as a platform for safe access to the swimming area. Spanning the retaining wall that transitions between two levels of the ground, it occupies a space otherwise wasted. While the pool, lounging on the bottom tier, rest areas take their ease on the top tier. This is a harmonious way to maximize the usable space!

Pleasures from the patio at the water’s edge

Here, the owners have revamped their environment so as to rotate the pleasures of the patio around their above ground pool. Erected to his full height, it is surrounded in part by a wooden deck that offers a relaxing inviting to sip a drink at the water’s edge. A platform bordering the basin nicely and can be used in conjunction with complementary seat in garden furniture. Providing the connection with the dining area adjacent the access steps extend across the width instead of a guardrail.