The swimming pool is considered as the center of the backyard design. During the summer season, you have fun with kids and friends in the swimming pool. The sparkling water in the pool make you feel relaxed. If you have more money, you can add Jacuzzi here. During the weekend, you can enjoy the enticing splash of water in the pool. It will be great if you can incorporate majestic waterfall design in the swimming pool if you cannot afford the Jacuzzi and other high end features on the pool. You can define the budget before you begin the construction of waterfalls on the pool.
You can get the inspiration for the shape, design, style and material for the waterfalls in the hotels, resorts and luxurious houses. In the pool, the waterfalls are often used to symbolize wealth and richness. If you only aver a small budget in the pocket, there is no need to choose the expensive waterfalls. You can choose the affordable and simple waterfall design. The waterfall mounted on the wall is one of the easiest solutions to decorate a small swimming pool design. The wall surface can be decorated with natural grey flagstone. Then you can make the water fall along the surface of the wall. If you have more money to spend, you can replace the natural stone with the high quality white or golden yellow marble wall decor.
The movement of the waterfall will be interesting if the surface of the wall is rocky and uneven. Another waterfall style to choose is the sheeting waterfall. The water will flow to drain into the swimming pool in cascading movement. The drawback of having the sheeting waterfall is the windy weather. It will distract the cascading water which flows to the pool. The last type of waterfall to have is the stone stack cascade waterfalls. You need to stack the natural stones to provide the artistic look when the water flows to the pool. This style is perfect for the homeowners who want to build the relaxing garden decoration. It will evoke the natural look by adding decorative shrubs and beautiful potted flowers.
Published at Thursday, July 14th 2016 by Leslie Gace