After a long, stressful day, a hot tub spa incorporated into the deck in your backyard is simply the perfect must have luxury for relaxing soaks. Hot tubs can be challenging, you need to integrate them into your landscape so that they fit attractively into your design scheme. In order to determine the best location for the spa, you will want to consider privacy, access to the house, and whether you would like to have the tub in sunshine or shade.
You will want the hot tub to integrate and flow with its surroundings, without being intrusive, you may want to consult with a landscape designer if you wish to DIY your hot tub spa design. Be sure to add some plants to soften the appearance and help to integrate your hot tub into your backyard. You can consult with your local garden centre for advice to picking out the perfect plants. Styles and designs should reflect the architecture and materials of your home and landscape.
A small home on a petite lot in the San Diego area called for a clever configuration to work in a spa that was as beautiful as it was functional. Landscape designer Amelia B. Lima and Associates made this luxurious spa the focal point of the outdoor space. Resembling a beautiful square pond with a weir that is a fountain feature, the hot tubsfeatures a back wall made of glass tile and a face of travertine. The spa's back wall also created a raised planter in which tall-growing horsetail adds more privacy.
Round Concrete Mosaic Hot Tub
Not every spa needs to be attached to a swimming pool, as evidenced by this Los Angeles hot tub made of concrete with variegated blue glass mosaic tiles. Created by M J Lanphier Interior Design, the round hot tub outdoor space features a custom-built pergola from Formwork. The chairs are by Brown Jordan, sofas are from Restoration Hardware, the coffee table is by Dedon, and the dining table is from the Veneman Collection.