This design uses a waterfall to transition from a hot tub to a pool, proving waterfalls aren’t just for large pools. I also like the high-end finishes throughout including the intricate stone work surrounding the pool and the lush landscaping. One more plus: stonework never goes out of style.
This large, indoor pool space offers a little bit of sophistication and a whole lot of family fun. The exotic plants, large windows and mosaic tiling add class to the design. Meanwhile, the bridge spanning the extra large pool and jacuzzi adds playfulness that families will appreciate.
This stone wall bathroom design uses large square tiles across the floor, walls and room divider. A large white basin resting upon a wood slab countertop completes the modern look.
Who would have though a four-foot cactus would only be the second most daring element in a room. This desert-themed space features an indoor pool with a modern wall fountain.
Who would ever want to go inside with this swimming pool sitting in their backyard? What is not to love about the pond, pool, and waterfall all assembled in perfect harmony?
This is by far one of the most stunning swimming pools I’ve ever laid my eyes on. Large enough to accommodate dozens of swimmers and with intricate tile work spectacular enough to dazzle anyone that sees it.
With a quaint rock waterfall and accompanying hot tub, this swimming pool that adds loads of style to any backyard setting. My favorite touch is the matching potter holding an ensemble of green shrubs.
Consult with your pool designer for the latest design ideas for outdoor swimming pools. A traditional rectangle or oval pool can be enhanced with waterfalls, plantings and architectural details like bridges.
Fortunately for those with small yards, pools come in all sizes. This small pool offers a lot of style with a small footprint. For those just looking for a quick way to cool, this design proves its possible to get this without a large investment or a lot of space.