Buying a whole set of furniture is a great choice when designing around a pool. Here we've got the option of a couch or chairs and we've got a matching table to go along with it. Make sure to choose materials that do fine when wet.
Mismatched furniture can work well outside too, though. I love the color choices here - the seating is bright but it's not too bold. The table is a little bit too simple; I'd prefer something a bit larger to go with the bulkiness of the seating. I do like how it's all placed between the warmth of the fireplace and the coolness of the pool, though.
What's great about this pool furniture is its placement. It's a simple pair of lounge chairs under an umbrella but it's placed off in a corner on the far side of the pool. Surrounded by plants and the pool itself, this placement allows you to really feel like you're getting away from the business of your home when you're sitting out here. It lets your pool become a vacation spot.
I love the simplicity of this design. There are two basic outdoor chaise lounges for relaxing by the pool. They are straightforward in design and coloring so they don't distract from the beauty of the pool. The umbrella over just one chair gives you a choice between tanning and sitting in the shade. The only thing that I think might be better here would be a third chaise in the space that separates the pool from the hot tub.
Here we've got a pool furniure layout that will make you feel like you're at a retreat in your own backyard. There are places to lounge. There are tables to sit and dine at. There are optional umbrellas. If you're someone who entertains frequently during the summer and you love to have pool parties then this is a good choice.
Everybody seems to think that you have to use typical pool furniture around the pool. However you can use unique furniture pieces to give your pool area more style. The pillow laden lounge space here makes me think that a bunch of beanbag chairs or other low-sitting lounge-style chairs would be terrific around a pool.
The furniture here is more appealing in terms of style than what you often see at people's pools. The wooden chest is simple but attractive. The bright pillows on the seating area are eye-catching. Don't hesitate to indulge in your own personal preferences when choosing outdoor furniture for the pool area.
Convenience is something that's important when choosing pool furniture. You want furniture that is easy to move around so that you can sit as far away or close to the pool as you want. I love the brightly-colored furniture-on-wheels that we see here.
In my opinion, a table is one of the most important pieces of furniture to have by the pool. It's a great place for enjoying iced tea and fresh fruit on a hot summer day. The plates and other accessories you choose to use will add to the design aesthetic so make sure you also do some shopping for great outdoor dishes.
Talk about unique style! This space-age pool design is a little too wacky for me but I know of some homes that could pull it off. I do love the idea of using really unique furniture to create a theme around a pool. And I love the pillows on the floor.