Swimming Pool Ideas
This backyard environment was styled after a classic grecian theme complimenting a newly remodeled 1940's circa mediterranean villa in Newport Beach. Winning Gold at the 2006 APSP International Awards of Excellence, this environment is designed for entertaining a large, extended family highlighted with separate pour cantilever coping in a "Swoop" style for relaxation in the centered spa.
This Mission Viejo property boasts robust columns, adding charm to an expanse of Arizona flagstone. Two pencil-thin water streams fall effortlessly from angular asymmetrical posts–and a fusion of length and geometry create the perfect setting for outdoor entertaining. The lighting offers a unique nighttime experience, making the Palace Courtyard a livable landscape for those who enjoy the finer side of life.
Enhance your yard without disrupting its natural essence. This Newport Beach landscape combined w/ Three Rivers Stone blends modern architecture with a back woods feel – creating a subtle oasis for ultimate relaxation. The sloping terrain is accented with remote lighting, tying together the digitally-lighted pool and spa. And staying true to the natural theme, The Casa Loma concrete deck has been beautifully colored and sandblasted. Don’t pay for a quiet getaway–create one in your own backyard!
Feast on a taste of the tropics, while maintaining a sizeable space for eating, entertaining, or just plain living! This Mission Viejo landscape combines Natural Casa Loma concrete w/ Red Mountain Stone coping – offering both exotic ambiance and modern artistry. The raised spa is accessible by stone steps, & boasts a unique Rip Rap water feature to emulate a streaming waterfall. The open layout monopolizes on natural light, creating the perfect outdoor setting to capture our sunny SoCal weather.
The 2004 NSPI Silver Design Award winner, this Laguna Niguel home was blessed with a generous, open space protected by a steep hillside. Broad, sweeping walkways and stone risers subtly break the islands housing the spa, sun deck and fire pit. A gently sloping beach entry and understated waterfalls suggest a tropical lagoon. The pool area is accented with several varieties of stone, natural brushed concrete and blue Pebblecoat, and finished with Swan landscaping.