• Gabriela B

    swimming pool made to look like a river with a treehouse and swing, talk about ultimate dream house

  • Kimberly Caldwell

    Swimming pool made to look like a river ~ pretty sure I've pinned this one before but its what started me looking into pool ponds :o) I love the natural pool 'look' although I don't want plants in the water :o/ The tree house, the swing ~ this photo started me thinking & planning one that had all the elements that fit ME.....

  • Emily Hosler

    Swimming pool made to look like a pond complete with tree house and swing!!! This is awesome.

  • Bronte Marquardt

    swimming pool made to look like a pond. I love this idea. complete with treehouse and swing!

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