When living in Los Angeles, it is almost necessary to have a pool to enjoy the sunny weather. Pools, like anything around a house, have modern updates and style changes, and your yard area might be needing a bit of a refresh! There are several modern pool additions you can make to wow your guests and neighbors. These stunning features will help to make your Manhattan Beach pool the talk of the neighborhood!
Play with Fire!
Fire features are a great addition to any outdoor space. Fire pits or fire tables are an excellent poolside choice for evening entertaining. They are incredibly visually dynamic, creating warm centerpieces for friends and family to gather around or simply to enjoy as entertainment. If you’re feeling bold, add fire features around the pool with fire bowls or fire columns!
Slides and Toys
Slides, diving boards, jump rocks, and other pool toys are great for kids or anyone looking to find their inner child! Usually, these are less expensive pool additions but can pack a punch of fun while hosting family gatherings. You can even install a volleyball or basketball net to get everyone splashing around in competition!
Sometimes tanning out of the water can be too hot, and tanning on a raft can be too wet. The perfect solution? A tanning ledge! Adding a tanning ledge at about six to twelve inches of water can be a perfect, convenient pool addition. You can perch fashionable pool loungers on a ledge allowing yourself the perfect balance of wet and dry as well as hot and cool.
Add an Outdoor Kitchen
The kitchen is the heart of any home, and an outdoor kitchen can be the heart of your yard! Quicker, easier access to food, drinks, and preparation space can turn your events from stress to a time that you can enjoy as well! Creating this space in your pool area can provide a wonderful balance to your events.
Design Scapes Pool Landscaping – LA Area
Do you want to add an addition to your pool for this upcoming summer? Book a consultation with Design Scapes to learn more about how we can help you become the star of the neighborhood.