Landscape Ideas for Your Outdoor Hot Tub

One of the proudest moments in a person’s life is the day that they buy their dream house. Within that piece of property comes a vision of what could be and all the potential that follows with owning their own home. For many, their ideas may revolve around a square of grass that is absolutely perfect for that spa they have been fantasizing about their whole lives. With some land of your own to design, options are limited only by the imagination. Before purchasing the hot tub, however, first study your yard and daydream for a moment before deciding.

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Of course, you may not want a large chunky spa just sitting in your yard. What do you feel would be better suited to your needs? Would you prefer more privacy and have your hot tub concealed completely when you are away? Or would you rather have it on display, so when you have friends over it is the highlight of the party? Knowing your intentions is important before getting your hot tubs and spas installed. They can be put into the ground several ways, so it helps to have a general idea of what your final result will be before having it placed.

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For more seclusion, a gazebo is an effective structure and comes in a wide variety of colours and designs tailored to your specifications. The use of foliage, both planted and potted, can provide a beautiful level of security to your spa. Some have found that a trellis of lovely vines climbing the wood to be a breathtaking privacy measure. Rock walls and hidden waterfalls are also a delightful way to conceal a hot tub, especially when combined with the aesthetics of a swimming pool. How easy would it be then to transport yourself from your backyard to an exotic beach somewhere thousands of miles away?

Life of the Party

Perhaps you would prefer that your hot tub be displayed proudly and made an important part of your yard? Or maybe you have considered a lush garden with a stone walkway leading up to your spa and have already decided where the Adirondack chairs will go. Consider what plants you would like to have to accentuate your spa and be mindful of how high they grow or when they bloom. Some only require being trimmed back once in the winter while others may need greater upkeep every season. Reconsider the use of mulch around your hot tub if you would prefer to keep the area clear of debris.

If you do enjoy entertaining, you may want to consider a built-in spa installation that connects to your existing patio or deck area. If your patio or deck doesn’t allow for a new hot tub to be installed, you may want to place your hot tub nearby or directly beside, and then continue your patio or deck to surround the spa. For example, you could build a stone enclosure that surrounds your spa, with custom steps leading up to it. The choice is truly all yours.

Hot Tubs in Calgary

If this article really got you to think about the sort of backyard spa you would like to have, then be sure to check out our blog for more information. With the incredible selection of hot tubs available, it is easy to find one that would adequately be suited to your unique yard design so that you can begin creating your ideal landscape. If you are in Calgary, then be sure to come down to Jacuzzi Hot Tubs of Calgary where one of our creative staff will be happy to help you design the backyard you always wanted!

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