114,217 hot tub Home Design Photos

4 Reviews
Lush planting make a serene surround for this roomy hot tub.
Any issues digging the hot tub down this close to the house?
We use only as a hot tub, but I am sure you could get made to operate at lower temps too. We do have an insulating cover, helps the evaporation to be less. We have a bench seat on all 4 sides, so depth doesn't allow jumping in!
can you use this as a hot tub and plunge pool? Is there an
Hot Tub - plant right up to the edge
Hot Tub - plant right up to it
hot tub - concrete square tub with decking
plantings right to edge of sunken hot tub
Plantings right up to edge of hot tub - serene or annyoing?
plenty of potted plants, the Keegans created a natural oasis around their roomy hot tub.
“Exterior” — gguajardo3
Loudon County Interior Designer
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B. Jane Gardens
4 Reviews
Travis Heights Master Patio
Love this and want to do the same thing at our new house. How is the stone applied? How do you access the control panel of the tub when you need to get to it? Thank you
This isn't the type of portable hot tub that you're used to seeing. This is built like a swimming pool with the equipment/pump located somewhere else in the yard. The walls of the hot tub are concrete and the stone is mortarted to the outside.
“nice blended in hot tub would be really nice.” — boxster11
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Raised hot tub with faux fire
hot tub with bench built around it
bench enclosure - could have storage for pool floats, etc. that work as hot tub surround and storage in one
Wrap around seating next to hot tub
We should do a raised hot tub around the back of the
steps to hot tub w/ lites underneath
nice idea! firepit close to hot tub and pool area...maybe even in between
“fire pit rectangular” — michelassociates
4 Reviews
looks like a Hot Spring Aria model
nice pool / hot tub combo
Beautiful view from inside this Hot Spring Aria hot tub!
Look how the hot tub is built in
Like the stone (not the hot tub stone)
hot tub cover, partially sunken hot tub
Dropped in hot tub stone work.
Stone wall around hot tub
integrated outdoor hot tub
outside tub. simple nut nice
Nice stone framework for tub
built-in tub surround
hot tub...hot tub enclosure...hot tub 6...Built in hot tub...Hot tub surround...hot tub?...Hot tub access...Built in. Hot tub...Hot tub cover...hot tub...stone hot tub frame
“tub” — jays03gt
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Asian Cottage
What is the brand of the hot tub?
is this two water systems - (i) filtered tub and (ii) waterfall?
integrate a hot tub maybe with a pond at the bottom of the waterfall
jacuzzi tub with rocks and bridge.
Amazing water feature from the spa tub
hot tub with sound of falling water
Don't like hot tub-do like water feature
Water feature out of hot tub
contemporary material, such as wood, concrete, tile or stone. Here, this wood tub blends in well with the landscape, especially with the built-in benches and sound of falling water.
3. Make it a focal point. This cedar tub is a relaxing water feature even when not in use. This method requires expert
expert execution, as the fountain’s drainage system is built into the vault that also houses the cedar tub.
“Jacuzi2” — lubeznicek
Tyler Engle Architects PS
Mt. Baker Courtyard
Stainless hot tub - was it fabricated? or available for sale?
cement surround for hot tub with steps
hot tub hidden in seattle backyard
Urban backyard. The hot tub in this Seattle yard has
hot tub - love that it is private, modern, clean lines, discrete.
Large steps to access hot tub
if we do a hot tub, we could do this with the steps up to it...
first requests was a hot tub. This one is stainless steel.The couple often entertains with live music, and their daughter is a dancer. A wood platform slides over the hot tub, creating an elevated stage. (Here we see Engle enjoying the sunshine.)
Urban backyard. The hot tub in this Seattle yard has
has a concrete surround and wooden steps, creating the look of a sunken tub without actually its actually being sunk below ground level. High privacy fencing (and even higher trees) create a secluded feeling, even with close neighbors.
“Hot tub” — Abel Linder
Across the Pond Aquascapes
Ponds & Waterfalls
limited lawn, hot tub is a nice touch
Seating next to hot tub for those who don't want to get wet
Can I get a hot tub??
bar on side of hot tub
like the bar up to the hot tub
hot tub and yard layout
Hot tub and water feature
chairs/bar at tub side
Fountain Hot tub Plants
side of hot tub...Hot tub...Hot tub table...hot tub bar...bar by hot tub...bar beside hot tub...Bar at tub...the hot tub area...hot tub bench...hot tub patio...hot tub in backyard...hot tub
“Pergola and little built in bar” — aki922
Christopher Hoover - Environmental Design Services
7 Reviews
Hot Tub
Would love to replicate this hot tub
was on a down sloping site. The near edge was cut in about 18" while the far edge is at ground level. We did pour a slab due to the weight of the tub.
sunken hot tub surrounded by natural materials (could be stone instead of wood)
Deck and hot tub. Simple structure
Love this for the ability to lay out on the deck around the tub.
Practical deck set-up for the hot tub.
Hot tub - partially built in with opening at the sloped side by trees.
bringing the decking to the top of tub
composite trex decking stair around hot tub
Low-slung modern. A partially sunken tub like this sleek modern one is easier to make private than a fully aboveground tub. Here simple wooden decking stairs surround the tub on one side, while thick hedges and trees on the other provide a feeling of protection and privacy.
“Sunken tub with deck” — ghills64
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