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5 Tips to Integrate a Hot Tub into Your Landscape

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There is nothing quite like the pleasure of soaking in a hot tub after a tiring day, which makes it an excellent investment and a great addition to your home. But hot tubs can often be quite unsightly. Moreover, when they are not being used, they can be cumbersome, especially if they are not integrated properly into your landscape.
So, how exactly do you add this large vessel of water to your yard and make it look visually appealing?

Read on for a few ways to aesthetically integrate an outdoor hot tub and spa into your surroundings:

  • Extend your living space

If you want to use your hot tub to create a luxurious spa-like environment, extend your living space. Create a deck and spruce it up with some furniture around the hot tub. You can further use lighting to add to the calm and cozy vibe.

  • Use it as a focal point in your garden

Hot tubs aren’t the prettiest of things and can stand out when placed in the yard. But you can use that to your advantage by using it as a focal point in your garden. Pick the right spot to install it and you will find people being drawn to it even when it is not in use. The next time you throw a party, chances are you will find most of your guests making a beeline for some spa time.

  • Do not leave the sides of the tub exposed

If you want your hot tub to seamlessly blend into your landscape, make sure you never leave the sides of the tub exposed. Use existing walls and shrubs to mask as many sides as you can. You can then install a wooden enclosure to hide what remains.

  • Use a rolling spa cover

There is a wide variety of spa covers in the market today. But rolling covers are usually a better choice because they save you the hassle of having to flip them back anytime you wish to use your tub. With a deck platform around the spa, you can easily slide the rolling cover under it, keeping it hidden from view.

  • Add planters

One of the easiest and most affordable ways to make your hot tub area look beautiful is to add planters. They can be used not only to camouflage the exterior siding but also to add color and freshness to the space.

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