If you’re thinking about renovating or otherwise updating the area around your pool but don’t know where to start, we’ve listed a few ideas for you below.
Be aware that you have multiple lighting options for multiple areas. For instance, you can string up LED bulbs above your pool, use LED lighting in the pool underwater, install a fire pit near the pool, or install lights along the walkway leading to the pool. You can even implement two or more of these options depending on your preferences.
You have multiple options when it comes to your pool walkway as well. You can have a walkway made out of stone, marble, concrete or synthetic materials that look like other materials, including tile and wood. Research the materials online and decide which material you like the look of best. You can then go from there and research pricing for purchase and installation.
You can fill boring, empty spaces near or around your pool with something visually interesting, like a garden or another landscaping feature. Speak with a gardening professional about which plants will thrive best in your pool area. According to USDA some of the suggestions include plants such as palm trees, aloe vera, live oaks, octopus agave, and more. If you’re not the best gardener and can’t afford to hire one, you can fill those spaces with rocks and stones instead.
If you want privacy when using your pool, consider adding either a pool fence or some very tall hedges or plants.
If you need help with pool landscaping, a pool installation, or your pool needs cleaning and/or maintenance, please contact Arrow Pool by using our contact page to submit a form, or call us at (610) 731-7665.