I would love to have a swimming pool as well but at the moment we only have a hut tub. Until recently I had a stand alone hot tub which sat on my decking on the veranda. But not this is gone, soon to be replaced by another. BUT…. what to create? were do I start? indoor or out door? sunk or raised, tiled, stone, plastic? These are all questions which have got me extremely excited.
The great thing about having a hot tub is even the biggest can usually fit within a reasonable space, unless you have a custom made one however then your extremely fortunate and I should think you won’t be worrying about the space.
Lets get started then, as always I’ve read through many articles to find unique and wonderful ideas to help me and you come to our final design. Have fun looking at my gallery.This is an outdoor design. Folio Design LLP has created a masterpiece of all hot tubs. The tub itself is tiled and lit. Surrounded by a river with amazing neon green glow. The sheltered sitting area is a fantastic touch. KWB have greated this great raised hot tub. Stepped up in dark wood this is a very eloquent design. I know that this includes a pool but concentrate just on the hot tub. The modern square design and cooling ambient light within make it very inviting. Storch have used a great example in this design. An indoor design Andus Pigott has created a beautifully tranquillity. The cushioned hot tub sits with an open view of the patio window. High ceilings and the white wall opens up this room. Now this is amazing and has got me thinking. Now I like my wine but I think I might want to convert my wine cellar into something similar to this. look at the brick arch ceiling left exposed above the tiled hot tub beneath. Picturefrome.tv have out done themselves on this magnificent design.