By Eliane Raphael. Garden Patio. Published at Monday, May 21st, 2018 - 16:17:19 PM.
There are plenty of extras you can add to your pool such as waterfalls, slides, diving boards and swim-up bars, among other things, but you have to consider the added cost and the aesthetic as well. Sure, they might be fun at a water park or resort, but you have to think about the big picture. What might have seemed like a good idea at the time may turn out to be a detractor when you or your kids tire of them.
Don’t forget one of the best reasons to spend time outside: flowers and plants. Add a big planter or two for your patio, where you can display seasonal planters and add color and dimension to an entertaining area.
Every courtyard garden has a sense of enclosure. Four walls may actually be present, or they may be implied by a hedge or section of lattice blanketed with vines. Some courtyard walls have windows cut into them to frame neighboring views—and to give the space a feeling of openness. This is especially important in very small courtyards.
Container plantings work well around a pool. Pots filled with tropical plants can give you a tropical feel, but consider the maintenance they'll require. You have to be committed to watering every day and if you go away for a weekend then you’ll have to have someone water them.
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