Hot tubs come in various shapes and sizes. How one fits onto a property depends on its landscape, power supply, privacy, and more. If unsure which tub suits your home best, here are a few creative spa installations to generate ideas.
The Pool & Spa Combo
Embedding a spa within your pool is a gorgeous way to consolidate water property. Most homeowners who adopt this design add the hot tub to the shallow end. Doing so conserves space by sharing the stone perimeter of the pool.
A Secret Spa Enclave
Nestling a deck and spa into an enclosed area ensures the utmost privacy and serenity. Underground spas intrude less on the surrounding space too. They make it easier to decorate the surrounding area with furniture.
Gazebos offer some privacy and protection from the weather. You can enjoy sheltered spas in a rain storm or in the heat of a clear afternoon. Plus, gazebos protect spas from snowfall and sunlight bleaching.
A Luxurious Lookout
Hot tubs overlooking a property from the second storey can create jaw-dropping views. That said, they do sacrifice privacy in concentrated areas. Nevertheless, elevated spas provide easy access to rooms on the top floor. They can also circumvent the limitations of a small backyard.
Into the Wild
If you own many acres, consider constructing a spa platform far from home. In wooded areas, spas complement other camping themes like fire pits, trailers, and more.
An Easy Patio Expansion
Even without a large budget, hot tubs can grace any home patio. Keeping the hot tub near the home is most convenient for cleaning, using, and powering it.