How to set up a swimming pool area?
Summer is here, and it's time for you to think about setting up your pool area. To be able to make the most of it, you have to create a well-thought-out space, and all this is not to be taken lightly! Read our tips, and take the time to think about what you need to spend unforgettable moments of relaxation by your pool.
If there is one thing that comes to mind when it comes to arranging a pool area, it is the outdoor furniture. Indeed, investing in garden furniture to sunbathe quietly with a drink in hand, after a short swim, seems quite essential! Of course, you have to invest in deckchairs, the flagship furniture in the pool areas. You can find them in wood, metal, plastic, and sizes larger or smaller depending on your needs and the space you have. Then, set up a small garden room, consisting of a coffee table, an outdoor sofa, and possibly armchairs. Most of the time, the garden table and sofas are sold together; but do not hesitate to mix the models to create a space that suits you. For more comfort, you can add cushions; be careful, however, not to choose just any, they must be suitable for the outdoors to withstand bad weather
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Lights are rarely the first thing you think of, and yet they are essential if you want to enjoy your pool area until the end of the night. Go quickly and do some shopping before your next summer party! For example, you can install a large lamppost around the pool, which will provide optimal lighting. In addition, add a few lanterns, whether on the table in your garden furniture, or on the edges of the swimming pool to create an intimate atmosphere. You can even hang some in the trees surrounding the pool! Fancy a magical atmosphere? Think of the outdoor garlands, they will have their effect.
Everyone knows that it is important to protect yourself from the sun. This is why we advise you to create shady corners around your pool, by planting trees or plants in pots. To enhance your pool, arrange a few colorful flower pots at the edge of the water; roses, geraniums, tulips… the choice is vast! Remember to play with the color of the pots that will accommodate the plants. You can also buy some bushes to delimit your pool area. Be careful, however, not to install trees too close to the water; if leaves fall, they will land directly in your pool, making it more difficult to maintain.