8 ways how to integrate the enjoyment of the hot tub in the yard
The immersion in a beautiful Bath in the garden represents one of the greatest pleasures. When not in use, the view of the vinyl constructions can be quite ugly.
The hot tubs represent a greater aesthetic challenge.
But how do you integrate hundreds of liters into the landscape while retaining the good look?
Here are eight ways to work successfully on such a project while preserving the beauty of the landscape.
The right place - bathtub in the garden
Avoid exposing all sides of the bathtub. Instead, you should use the existing walls and fences to avoid multi-page editing. Cover the rest with a wooden structure. If you look down on the bathtub from above, you would see functional steps that lead into the water, but from the side you will notice a warm wooden wall.
- Determine an area in the exterior
Through the bathtub you could create a spa-like space that is separated from the dining area. In the example here you have used the wooden steps, which came together with the bathtub and the area was specially surrounded by a glass window spindle.
So you created a garden-like grotto, which you never have to paint again.
- Create a fulcrum
This cedar bathtub is a relaxing element, even when not in use. This method requires expert testing because the irrigation system is integrated in the same vault.
- Make for a characterful appearance
Consider installing a grabber tray. If you do this next to your house, you can connect to an existing heater and thus keep costs down.
- Plant right on the edge
Like the inground swimming pools, the spas require a wide berth for access. Instead, you should position the bathtub as a nice central point in the garden. Here, the dense planting provides lush, private sphere, in which one can immerse.
- Hide them completely
Hot tub? What a hot bathtub? The bespoke spas provide varied opportunities for covering them and this is especially useful in cases when they are above the ground. Here, a stone wall holds the bathtub, if you look from the terrace and the wall is integrated into the terraced garden.
- Create a sun terrace
Even the inground baths need a covering. Because many are, and you have to say that clearly - ugly. The homeowners here have opted for a smart, fold-out cover that also serves as a sun deck.
- Stow the cover
The rolling spa covers save you the trouble of removing the heavy and annoying filth. You might also consider creating a patio platform around the spa. Then the movable ceiling could easily slip underneath.
If you do not use the spa, this ceiling will appear as part of the sun terrace.
Built-in, round bath - wood flooring and spectacular views
Tropical nature environment
How about something in your backyard in the summer?
Jacuzzi in the garden
Romantic bathtub in the garden - rose petals and big foliage
Fire pit and stones - indirect lighting still hidden in the plants
Vertical garden as privacy screen
Impressive and environmentally friendly