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10 Hot Design Trends for Inground Pool Spas

Pool with Spa Design Ideas

Simply being near water can evoke an immediate response in your body. The sight and sound of water increase blood flow to your heart and brain, which helps your body to relax.

A rise in the water’s temperature can further accelerate this. This can provide the additional benefit of better sleep.

This results in improved physical and mental health. Can you imagine having the ability to experience this every day? You can, with an inground spa pool.

You can find some of the best pool with spa design ideas in many Texas homes. Here are ten that are trending.

Inspirational Ideas for Inground Pool Spas

1. Lagoon-Style

A lagoon-style pool with a custom spa can add a tropical feel to your backyard. You can enhance the design with a natural stone and rock grotto.

It’s a great design if you love to entertain family and friends. It’s like having a private resort in your home that your family can enjoy.

2. Raised Spa

This type of inground spa pool design can unite features such as an outdoor kitchen with your pool. The kitchen area overlooks and opens out to your spa. which is a level higher than your main pool.

The water from the spa cascades into the pool area. This seamlessly incorporates a beautiful waterfall feature.

3. Additional Levels

You don’t have to stop at one level. You can have multiple levels with features on each.

Your pool entry can be on the lowest level with a wading pool. This is great for younger kids or for relaxing while basking in the sun.

Stairs can lead from this area up to the main pool area on the middle or second level. Your spa is on the highest level, slightly above the pool.

This provides many entertainment options. You can soak in your spa while the kids play in the wading pool or swim in the main pool area.

4. Elusive Spa

Would you like to add a touch of mystery to your pool? Why not add a disappearing spa?

The traditional location of most spas is adjacent to the main pool. This type of pool design allows you to change this.

The unique location of this automated spa is at the center of the pool. It can disappear below the pool’s surface at the touch of a button. 

You can add a deck or bridge that provides access to the spa. Swimmers can do the same using an underwater tunnel. This is sure to make a statement and be a talking point among guests.

5. Infinity Edge

Who says only pools can have an infinity edge? Depending on its location, your spa can too.

This is ideal for homes with natural elevations. Otherwise, your pool installation may involve additional excavation.

You can locate your spa on an elevated area to create an infinity design. You can also create a deck area adjacent to the spa. This will allow you to utilize the space and avoid any additional expenses.

6. Playful Shapes

Geometric shapes with clean lines can give your pool a sleek, modern touch. Add interesting materials, such as glass tiles blended with other unique details. This will add an artistic flair to your backyard. 

The sky’s the limit if you’re into playful elements and futuristic designs. Feel free to include these in any additional features as well. It will create the perfect entertainment area.

7. Rim Flow Spas

You can incorporate the infinity/waterfall effect around your entire spa. A rim flow design will facilitate this.

This type of spa is usually elevated with walls that allow the free flow of water. The excess water from the spa cascades over the sides of the spa into the main pool.

It’s a great way to blend infinity edges with a geometric shape.

8. On the Level

The Texas heat can take a toll after a long day. Inground pool spas provide a great way to unwind. For a seamless design, you can build your spa, so it’s on the same level as the rest of your pool.

A wall is the only element that separates the spa from your pool. This allows you to enjoy private time in your spa still. Although it’s a part of your pool, the design creates a cozy area.

You can also use a hidden element in this design.

9. Hidden Design

If you’re looking for a spa design – Texas style, this may not be for you. But for those wanting a more minimalist look, this hidden design is a great option.

It includes an adjacent spa that mirrors the rectangular shape of your main pool. The design is so seamless it may seem hidden, especially if you add an automated cover.

This allows you to close off the area when not in use.

10. Ledge Entry

Does your pool entry design include a tanning ledge, beach, or Baja Shelf entry? Why not use it as the entry for your spa as well? 

Build your spa adjacent to this entry point for easier access. This can create a seamless design. It allows users to enter the pool area or the spa, depending on their preference.

Getting the Relaxation You Need From Inground Pool Spas

Pool design in Texas can incorporate many features. You’ll need to decide what you want before settling on a design. If you’re wondering how to design a pool with a spa, start with a few of the pool with spa design ideas above.

You can feel free to mix different inground pool spa design options to suit your needs. Whatever you decide, you’ll be sure to get water sources’ physical and mental benefits. But choose a pool company that can create what you envision and can excite you with ideas beyond your imagination.

Precision Pools and Spas can. We even provide financing. Contact us for a quote today! 

We have been designing and building unique inground pool spas for many years throughout the Texas counties of Houston, Trinity, Polk, Hardin, Jefferson, Chambers, Galveston, Brazoria, Matagorda, Wharton, Fort Bend, Colorado, Austin, Waller, Harris, Montgomery, Grimes, Brazos, San Jacinto, Liberty TX and beyond.

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