Awesome Outdoor Hot tubs – are that many people love to leave available year round, but are unfortunately often restricted by outside seasonal weather changes. These hot tub gazebo and hot tub enclosure ideas provide more than enough fodder to get your design ideas flowing!
- 1 Outdoor Hot Tubs Ideas
- 1.1 Go For the Glow
- 1.2 Light It Right
- 1.3 Decked Out
- 1.4 Zen Oasis
- 1.5 Serene Surroundings
- 1.6 Man Cave
- 1.7 Guest-Worthy Backyard
- 1.8 Simple Outdoor Hot Tubs
- 1.9 Private Escape Outdoor Hot Tubs
- 1.10 Traditional Landscape Outdoor Hot tubs
- 1.11 Privacy Screen Outdoor Hot Tubs
- 1.12 Outdoor Hot Tubs with traditional Patio
- 1.13 Outdoor Hot Tubs Sun Shade
- 1.14 Summer Outdoor Hot Tubs
- 1.15 Mediterranean Outdoor Hot Tubs
- 1.16 Rustic Outdoor Hot Tubs
- 1.17 Outdoor Living Space Hot Tubs
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Outdoor Hot Tubs Ideas
Go For the Glow
This perfectly placed spa intersects the pool and the home’s outdoor dining area. Numerous French doors allow the homeowners to enjoy the pool and spa lights from inside. Photo courtesy of Belgard Hardscapes
Light It Right
A 360-degree-perimeter overflow spa surrounded by a shallow trough with fiber-optic lighting highlights this pool/spa combination. Photo courtesy of Pool Builders Inc.
Create a sense of intimacy for your hot tub or spa. Here a composite deck includes a matching fascia screen for privacy. Photo courtesy of TimberTech
Give your hot tub a lush lagoon vibe. Added extras like tropical plants and stylish lanterns create a secluded backyard retreat. Photo courtesy of Cal Spas
This raised spa and adjoining pool features a vanishing edge overlooking a mountain lake. Stone coping and boulders were used to separate the pool and spa. Design by Memphis Pool; photography by James Roberts
This special rock grotto creates a unique setting for an indoor spa. Homeowners can watch sports, listen to music or cool down with a fogging system. Design by Shehan Pools; photo courtesy of The Association of Pool & Spa Professionals
A pergola for shade and an adjacent fire pit are just two of the added features for this California spa. Built-in seating completes this user-friendly backyard. Photo courtesy of California Redwood Association.
Simple Outdoor Hot Tubs
This seasonal, airy design provides relief from the sunniest of days all while providing you with an uninterrupted view of the surrounding gardens. Your decision to research hot tub surrounding ideas should include temporary seasonal options in order to provide for the needs you are searching for.
Private Escape Outdoor Hot Tubs
Relaxing in your tub is hardly the experience you want to share with your fellow neighbors. Enclosures and coverings provide you with the framework to include as much, or little, of the materials needed to enjoy your hot tub in solitude.
Traditional Landscape Outdoor Hot tubs
Influenced by the open style of protection given to water wells, this roofed cover allows for a view of the landscape, all while keep you protected from the elements above. This type of style also provides opportunities for further enclosure as the weather changes.
Privacy Screen Outdoor Hot Tubs
airy enclosure provides both privacy and a degree of protection from the elements, and allows this hot tub easy accessibility all year round. Pergola like roofs and lattace sidewalls allow for comforting breezes, but still protects you from everything but the worst of what Mother Nature can bring.
Outdoor Hot Tubs with traditional Patio
Your outdoor living areas truly should extend the personal touches you lend to your indoor decor. This open pergola helps keep the worst of the leaves and other vegetation out of the water, plus it provides the perfect amount of shade without completely interrupting your view of the sky.
Outdoor Hot Tubs Sun Shade
Although this design mostly allows for an open hot tub exposure, the pergola design keeps off the worst of the sunshine, and also helps infringe lighter forms of precipitation- making your hot tub experience that much more enjoyable all year round.
Summer Outdoor Hot Tubs
Hot tubs are great for year round use, but each season brings its own challenges. Sunny days can make the warmth of a hot tub feel a bit too much, not to mention the sunburns it can bring. Keeping your tub covered will allow your to enjoy it without getting uncomfortable, and help keep out and leaves or other vegetation from surrounding trees.
Mediterranean Outdoor Hot Tubs
Having a hot tub doesn’t have to mean trying to find a spot where it won’t look out of place. Why enclose only as hot tub when you can extend this to include a place to relax and enjoy year round? This walkup outdoor living area provides year round lounging and entertainment.
Rustic Outdoor Hot Tubs
Sometimes your locale may impede the use of a hot tub during certain seasons, but any sort of enclosure can help you get the most of relaxing atmosphere. Structures that incorporate seasonal screens for both walls and roofing styles allow you to make the most of all seasons to personalize your hot tubbing experiences.
Outdoor Living Space Hot Tubs
The height of enclosures creates a sense of decadent design, such as in this poolside hot tub that takes on a romantic, private feel with just a few curtain draped, oversized pillars.
If you’ve been holding out on adding a hot tub to your decor because you can’t make up your mind whether to enclose it or not, hopefully this list has provided you with some food for thought. Enclosing your hot tub doesn’t have to be a drastic experience that voids your enjoyment of the surroundings. There are many options available to you for a hint at privacy, as well as ways to incorporate your soaking experience into a social event.
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