When our customers look out of one of the large windows of their living room into the garden, their own little oasis of well-being opens up before them. The modest size of the garden makes the new bathing garden all the more inviting.
Before the conversion & after the garden design
A sand-colored paradise
In this charming pool garden, the client can expect a sand-colored pool that promises pure relaxation. Despite the limited space, the desire for a swimming pool was fulfilled. A swimming pool with a sand-colored liner creates a vacation ambience that blends seamlessly into the surroundings. The previous reddish-brown sunbathing area was replaced by a new deck. Between the pool and the house, two comfortable sun loungers now invite you to spend relaxing hours by the water.
The front part of the garden is shielded from the neighborhood by a half-height frosted glass screen. This discreet barrier does not detract from the view, but visually extends the outdoor space and ensures privacy at the same time. On the left-hand side of the swimming pool, a white fence in American country house style replaces the previous hedge, creating a little more space. The same fencing can be found on the opposite side of the garden. This boundary not only creates intimacy, but also harmonizes perfectly with the light materials in the surroundings.
Smooth transition from the living room to the outdoors
A seamless transition from the interior to the exterior was the client's core wish. The floor-to-ceiling windows in the living room provide an uninterrupted view of the garden. To echo the light-colored aesthetic of the living room, light-colored material was also used for the terrace design.
A large dining table on the terrace offers enough space for the whole family. On warm summer days in particular, the owners enjoy ending the day here with dinner together. The terrace also has a barbecue area within easy reach.
It's the detail that counts: Country house style decoration
To make the best use of the limited space, a spacious lawn was integrated. This visually enlarges the outdoor living room and allows the view to wander freely. The same country house fence, which now stands on the left-hand side, was already in place on the right-hand side of the garden. Small shrubs have been planted underneath it to further break up the surroundings. In addition, plants in stylish containers in the bathing garden and on the terrace set specific accents. This creates new, fascinating perspectives throughout the feel-good oasis.
With the sand-colored swimming pool and the light materials, this small oasis of well-being conjures up a summery vacation feeling. From now on, the owners can enjoy their hot summer days to the full in their own little swimming paradise.
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Planting the water garden
- Acer palmatum 'Beni-musume' (Japanese fan maple 'Beni-musume')
- Hydrangea macrophylla 'Soeur Thèrèse' (Hydrangea macrophylla 'Soeur Thèrèse')
- Hydrangea paniculata 'Limelight' (panicle hydrangea 'Limelight')
- Carex foliosissima 'Irish Green' (Green-leaved sedge 'Irish Green')
- Helleborus argutifolius (Corsican hellebore)
- Lavandula angustifolia 'Dwarf Blue' (Lavender 'Dwarf Blue')
- Miscanthus sinensis 'Kleine Silberspinne' (Chinese reed 'Kleine Silberspinne')
- Pennisetum alopecuroides 'Hameln' (feather bristle grass 'Hameln')
- Vinca minor 'Alba' (Small-leaved periwinkle 'Alba')
- Rosa 'Clair Matin' (shrub rose 'Clair Matin')
- Hibiscus syriacus 'White Shiffon' (shrub hibiscus 'White Shiffon')