Not every homeowner has the luxury of having a large backyard. In this residential neighborhood, homes are closely bunched together and the idea of a pool isn’t the first thing that always comes to mind – except for these pool-loving homeowners who turned to Liquid Assets to develop a way to maximize space in a tightly congested area while still leaving a bit of green space as well.
The solution was to build the pool into a rectangular area immediately off of the back porch of the home that was turned into an outdoor eating/entertaining area. To maximize space, a large scupper wall featuring a cascading water fountain creates a dramatic backdrop at one end of the pool. On the other end, a tanning shelf was built in with easy, walk-in access.
Limestone decking surrounds the pool, including the stairs down to the pool area while the scupper wall is made of slate tiles that also make up the pools coping. The soothing sounds of the three sheer descents helps turn the pool area into the homeowner’s own little backyard oasis.
Pool Size: Rectangular 12’x22’ surface – 266 sq. ft.
Coping/Edging: Off-white faux limestone vinyl coating, with linear cut & smooth trowel
Pool Deck Material: Off-white faux limestone vinyl coating, with linear cut & smooth trowel
Tile: 6”x6” Tuscany Verde
Pool finish: White marcite plaster
Water Feature: three copper scuppers
Spa Size: N/A
Outdoor Kitchen: N/A
Pool House Structure: N/A
Misc.: Tile waterwall
Cost Range: $