Are you using the upcoming months to get your backyard ready for the spring and summer of 2020? Perhaps you have decided that it's time to landscape your yard in a huge way. If that's the case, from adding a hot tub to your backyard to creating a patio to surround the hot tub, here are some ideas that might help you.
Buy A Hot Tub
Have you ever had the experience of being in a hot tub? Perhaps there was one at the luxury resort where you vacationed during the summer. If so, maybe that is what inspired you to get a hot tub right in your own backyard. Maybe you aren't a swimmer, so a swimming pool has never called your name. However, relaxing in a hot tub is an entirely different thing, isn't it?
Of course, if you do enjoy swimming, you could select a hot tub swim spa. While it won't be as large as a regular swimming pool, your hot tub swim spa would give you ample room to do short laps. After those, you could enjoy the bubbles and heat that come with relaxing in a hot tub.
The agent at the facility where you purchase your hot tub spa will have the training and the experience to help you to select one that is just right for your home. For example, if you have a very small backyard, he or she might recommend a traditional round hot tub. Call companies like Marquis Spas for more information.
Add A Patio
Think of how pretty it would be for your hot tub spa to be in the same area as your patio. The patio would be really fun for times you are entertaining friends and extended family members. You can be in the hot tub, get out and eat, get back in the hot tub, and have dessert! Get the picture?
Think of selecting something like brick or flagstone for the foundation of your spa patio. You probably don't want grass in that area. Having grass would just mean that you'd always be cleaning grass out of the water in the hot tub.
Consider selecting a theme for the patio area. For example, if you want a rustic look, choose heavy wooden furniture. Maybe you want a New Orleans look. In that case, wrought iron patio furniture would be very appropriate. Do you love the beach? If so, create a beach theme with white wicker furniture. No matter the theme, don't forget to add colorful pots and assorted flowering plants.