Landscaped Pool Area


The client wanted a rustic natural look. One way we did this is by not having any pool decking behind it and allowing the plant material to come right up to the pool's edge. We also designed pockets of areas for planting on all sides of the pool to stay consistent with the natural look but kept the curved lines long and clean for the pool patio and stairs.

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  • Kathy
    on Jan 25, 2013

    Love the pool and landscaping. We live on 36 acres and have left as many trees as possible. Huge amounts of leaves and we can't afford a pool boy! However we do have a small deck which we plan on staining to look more natural. Also a new liner with gray and sand pebbles so it looks more like a pond.

  • Virginia
    on Jan 25, 2013

    Come do my house.

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