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Some Wonderful Ideas for Your Swimming Pool Landscape Design

People look to improve the looks and surroundings of their swimming pool when they plan the landscape design of their swimming pool. It requires an aesthetic sense.

Designing the landscape of your swimming pool requires some time and planning than designing the landscape of your backyard. Your swimming area is a big investment for your house. If you get the landscape design right, then your swimming area may look like a small paradise right outside your door.

If you have a swimming pool, then you will need to go for landscape design. There are many companies which offer their services for the construction of swimming pools and landscape design. Nautilus Pools is one such company in Queensland which has a good reputation in this business. Here are some tips and ideas which will be useful if you are looking to design the landscape of your swimming pool.

Compatibility with Rest of the House

You should carefully take note of the colors, textures and patterns of straight lines and curves in your house and nearby structures such as gardens and lawns.

Working with these same colors and patterns, or ones similar to them will not only ensure compatibility and continuity but your swimming area will also look well organized.

Choice of Plants for your Swimming Pool

Plants not only soften the lines of swimming pool equipment, but they also provide privacy and help the pool area blend in with the landscape of rest of your home.

If you are looking for low-maintenance landscape design for your swimming pool then you should go for broad-leafed evergreens, ornamental grasses, and ground covers. It is always useful to have one or more trees that don’t drop leaves to give shade on the hot days without blocking the sun on cooler days.

When it comes to swimming pool plants, you should always avoid deciduous trees, plants that bear fruit, have thorns or prickles, or develop invasive root systems that can cause damage to the pool.

Importance of Fences

If you have small children or pets at home, then a fence is not only the law but essential for safety reasons.

If you have the option of locking up the entire pool area, then it will give you peace of mind. A fence will also prevent accidents.

If you get the design of the fence right, it can also provide privacy, you mush however, ensure your fence meets your local Council regulations.

Outdoor Lighting for your Swimming Pool

Outdoor lighting is another vital feature when it comes to safety. There should be lights at the pool’s deep end, on the steps, and around the perimeter.

We use quality LED recessed lights for your pool and are available as a single colour or multi colour.

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