It never ceases to amaze me just how much pool landscape designs can truly transform how the entire unit looks. Yes this kidney shaped bright aqua pool was certainly a beauty in and of itself, but the rock formations, awesome natural stone deck, and out of this world fire features really take the whole thing to the next level. Photos like this really reiterate the importance of considering the whole picture when it comes to inground pool designs. You really have to think beyond the shape, depth, and liner style. The noteworthy designs generally come from what materials, styles, and shapes you use for the surrounding deck, as well as just how much landscaping you scatter in throughout.
This homeowner really knew what they were doing when they selected these awesome resort-style pool landscape designs, because it must have made their yard THE place to be on a hot summer day around their neighborhood. What I like best about this swimming pool design is that they actually made a very stylish statement with the liner because it actually looks a bit like a piece of abstract artwork, just placed under water. Most pool liners are a simple single-color mosaic or even plastic material without much design to it. But the unique pattern and color palette of this one combined with the awesome trendy pool landscaping ideas 2020 that they bordered it with (hello putting green in the corner!) make this place something else.
These ultra lush pool landscape designs are certainly to die for, and I would love to be able to replicate them in our small backyard. We have been wanting to add a pool for the longest time, but I had always thought that the square footage back there was far too limited to really make it worth the money. As the new small pool ideas 2020 have been coming out over the past few months, I have been so encourage because single lap lane designs have become almost more popular than the larger full sized pools. In my opinion, the reason for this is because they are much more manageable as far as budget and maintenance, and because they give homeowners like me more flexibility in what we can achieve within smaller spaces.
In my eyes, pool landscape designs can essentially make or break a property because they can either transform the backyard into a gorgeous oasis (like this house) or they can cheapen the overall look. I have actually never seen any backyard pool designs that have a cool maze look like they used here, but I am really riffing the modern meets classic English estate vibe. I am sure that that it is a pain in the butt to maintain those crisp geometric lines of the hedges, but man does it look cool against both the house and the bright aqua pool. Even if you don't do something quite as intricate as this, I definitely think that it is important to keep your landscaping in mind even in the very beginning stages of our planning your inground pool ideas.
My biggest tip for any homeowner planning a backyard update, is to always consider pool landscape designs (if you have one of course) before anything else. If you have spent all of the money to build and maintain a pool, it should definitely be the focal point of your backyard design. But you cannot just leave it floating there (so to speak haha), it should be thoroughly integrated into the space so that it does not look like an afterthought. This home is a fantastic example of how you can achieve this without spending a ton of money on high end (and sometimes ostentatious) pool features like waterfalls, large landscaping rocks, and cabanas.
When it comes to creative pool landscape designs, I think that this one probably takes the cake. The backyard pictured here is certainly one of those super luxurious and high end pool designs 2020 that are popping up in all of the design mags and interior decorator instagrams (probably because of how unique it is). Yes, we have all seen the tropical style pool before. You know the ones -- rock waterfalls, palm trees, lagoon style pools etc. This one is different though because it integrates water slides into the rocks, there is a cave for lounging, and a built in LED light show for nighttime entertaining. If you wanted to feel like you were at Disney World, then this is definitely the pool for you.