Masonry styles for this pool were chosen to match those by the house.
Carefully chosen lighting fixtures blend well with the stone and 'spa-side' gardens.
Rectangular shaped pool (allowing for an auto cover) is offset by curving wall and irregular rockwork.
The underwater bench invites swimmers to a refreshing retreat hidden away behind the falls.
Swim in an oasis with poolside shrubs and mixed perennials.
Tucked away from the main house, time at this pool feels like a real escape.
This pool’s patio design has lots of areas for sunning and seating.
Just a pool in the lawn this swimming arrangement is less visually demanding then if there were an additional patio in the distance.
Even after a rain shower this pool is inviting.
Different textures of plants add depth to the landscape.
The underwater bench doubles as a “swimout” from the deep end.
A diving rock is more attractive and safer than a traditional board.
A subtle freeform shape blends into the hillside.
The volume of water over the rocks can be adjusted. Here a slow trickle is a relaxing element and quieter than a rushing falls.
Another view of one of our favorite pools. The table and grill off to the right leave plenty of room on the patio.