When incorporating your spa into your backyard, see it as an accessory to your landscape. Don't just use your hot tub, personalize it and add that final touch to your dream oasis.
Make your hot tub an addition to your backyard with these easy tips and tricks:
Placement of your Hot Tub
It is important to consider the topography of your backyard. Make sure to place your spa in a flat area, that is not near dirt or leaves. Although a cover will prevent pieces of debris and dirt collecting in your hot tub, it will not provide the same protection during use. Time spent in your hot tub is meant for your to enjoy, not cleanup.
*Safety is Key
Pay close attention to areas in your backyard that could be prone to accidents ; do not place your hot tub in a dark area or on a smooth surface. It is more important to care for the well-being of your family, friends, and yourself—rather than aesthetics.
Plan Around the Overall Theme of your Backyard
In order to incorporate your hot tub into your backyard, make sure it fits with the overall theme of your home and outdoor living space. Radically different themes, will compromise the look and feel of your backyard.
Personalize Your Hot Tub
Take your spa experience to the next level by adding accessories that will accent your hot tub. Such as: gazebos, wrap around or stone decks, pillars, accent lighting, cascading waterfalls, or colorful spa lighting. *Decor tip: Add more depth to your gazebo with drapes.
Your hot tub can be used for more than just therapeutic and recreational purposes. With a few simple steps, your spa will become a piece of décor that will accent your backyard beautifully.