Integrating Your Spa With The Rest of Your House

Posted on August 31, 2018

Home Spa in San Antonio

It's not hard to recognize the benefits of installing a Dimension One spa to your San Antonio home's backyard. Spas not only provide a great way to relax at the end of the day, they are also a huge asset to your home. Dimension One spas, in particular, are loved by homeowners because of their precision craftsmanship and their envelope-pushing technology. Dimension One spas use only cutting-edge technology, like they have been for the past 40 years, to give you the best spa experience possible.

One thing that isn't as easy to do, however, is to find a way to seamlessly integrate your new spa into your existing backyard structure. Whether you are looking to add a spa into your existing landscaping, or you are trying to find a way to hide the less-glamorous parts of the spa itself, there are a few ways you can integrate your spa into your home without too much of a hassle.

Proper Spa Placement

Building your outdoor space from scratch, there are many ideas you can use to incorporate your spa into the design aesthetic. From the start, you should decide if you want your spa to be the anchor of your landscape architecture, or if you want it to be attached to something else, such as a deck or a cabana. 

Using your spa as a focal point will let you design the rest of your outdoor space around it. Placing a sundeck around the spa or constructing an awning on top of it are both great ways to enhance the spa, and will draw the eye to its location. By attaching the spa to another outdoor location, you can showcase the spa without compromising the rest of the design. This will also allow the flow of your backyard to remain unimpeded, and will help in the creation of a relaxing getaway. 

Use The Landscaping

While proper placement is key to your spa's integration, it is not the only way to do so. You can also utilize plants and other material to hide the aesthetically-jarring sides of the spa. Unlike an inground pool, a spa does not need a large, clear space around it. As long as the steps into the spa are clear, plants can be used to cover up the sides and make it feel like you are in an exotic hideaway. 

Additionally, the use of stone or stucco walls around the spa will hide its traditional look, that may be out of place in the rest of your space. Covering up the walls with wood that eventually leads into a deck is another creative way to hide the spa's look. You can also build a slot underneath a deck to store the spa cover. Having a place to keep the cover out of the view of you or your guests will also help the spa seem like it belongs.

Design Experts

The best way to ensure your spa is integrated into your outdoor space is to hire a design and installation professional. A custom-built location for your spa will guarantee that it will be as unobtrusive as possible. Let our design experts help you create the backyard of your dreams, by creating the perfect location to house your Dimension One spa.

If you are ready to get started on your spa installation today, please do not hesitate to contact us by filling out our easy online form or by calling us at 210-496-3325.

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