31 Awesome Hot Tub Enclosure Ideas: #22 is the Coolest Ever!
Is there anything more relaxing than enjoying a long soak in a hot tub at the end of a long day? Strained, stressed muscles begin to loosen, and tension begins to melt away after only a few minutes. Hot tubs are that one luxury many people love to leave available year round, but are unfortunately often restricted by outside seasonal weather changes. There are a few steps you can take, however, to help make that dream a reality. These hot tub gazebo and hot tub enclosure ideas provide more than enough fodder to get your design ideas flowing!
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31 Awesome Hot Tub Enclosure Ideas: #22 is the Coolest Ever! Pros and Cons of Enclosing Your Hot Tub
- Outdoor Design
- Privacy Screen
- Avoid the Elements
- Sun Shade
- Seasonal Solarium
- Simple Touches
- Wishing Well
- Private Escape
- Summer Solstice
- Beachside Retreat
- Living Spaces
- Rustic Overlook
- All in the Details
- Countryside Charm
- Pure Aesthetics
- Temporary Design
- Casting Shadows
- Paneled Protection
- Mediterranean Influences
- Inviting Atmosphere
- Close Quarters
- Oversized Living
- Greek Inspired
- Hot Tub Grotto
- Indoor Details
- Living Proof
- Dual Purposes
- Water Features
- Hot Tub Entertainment
Before you make any permanent plans, be sure to weigh both pros and cons of your decision to enclose your hot tub. To start, hot tubs do need to be regularly serviced, and ensuring there is enough room available for regular maintenance, or any future part replacement, is available.
If you enclose your hot tub you also may interrupt your opportunity to lay back and gaze up at the stars, but depending on where you live you may be providing much more privacy in order to better enjoy all the perks a hot tub has. If protected, a hot tub can also last much longer than if left exposed to the elements. Plus, you may get more seasonal use out of it since you won’t have to worry about shoveling off snow before using, or clearing a pathway to enjoy. Enclosures also help stave off those pesky nighttime insects that like to ruin your evening experiences.
This seasonal, airy design provides relief from the sunniest of days all while providing you with an uninterrupted view of the surrounding gardens. Your decision to research hot tub surrounding ideas should include temporary seasonal options in order to provide for the needs you are searching for.
This airy enclosure provides both privacy and a degree of protection from the elements, and allows this hot tub easy accessibility all year round. Pergola like roofs and lattace sidewalls allow for comforting breezes, but still protects you from everything but the worst of what Mother Nature can bring.
Your outdoor living areas truly should extend the personal touches you lend to your indoor decor. This open pergola helps keep the worst of the leaves and other vegetation out of the water, plus it provides the perfect amount of shade without completely interrupting your view of the sky.
Influenced by the open style of protection given to water wells, this roofed cover allows for a view of the landscape, all while keep you protected from the elements above. This type of style also provides opportunities for further enclosure as the weather changes.
Hot tubs are great for year round use, but each season brings its own challenges. Sunny days can make the warmth of a hot tub feel a bit too much, not to mention the sunburns it can bring. Keeping your tub covered will allow your to enjoy it without getting uncomfortable, and help keep out and leaves or other vegetation from surrounding trees.
Decks are a great addition to most homes to extend your living spaces, provide a place to entertain, and also allow you to better enjoy your outdoor space. They don’t have to be a flat, wooden surface however- instead, incorporate ways to truly enjoy the outdoor with only a few steps out your back door.
Sometimes your locale may impede the use of a hot tub during certain seasons, but any sort of enclosure can help you get the most of relaxing atmosphere. Structures that incorporate seasonal screens for both walls and roofing styles allow you to make the most of all seasons to personalize your hot tubbing experiences.
Pergolas are a popular deck and patio covering overall things outdoor. They are decorative in and of themselves, but are also easy to add personal touches too. During your warmer months, provide a hint of privacy by providing sheer curtains that you can drap or hang where needed.
Charming rock fence lines dot many countryside fields, left over from an era when prefabricated materials were unavailable. Why not take advantage of the rustic appeal natural materials lend to your landscape and use the many hues, shapes, and textures to create your own backyard oasis.
One of the main reasons pergola designs are so popular without door entertainment areas is due to how well it blends into a landscape without completely covering up the space beneath with dark shadows. The construction allows for plenty of natural lighting to come through with an acceptable degree of cool shade for all day enjoyment.
Larger than life columns, wide boards, and white painted structures stand out against blue skies and any water features used within your landscaping. Very mediterranean in style- long crisp, clean lines help draw your eye towards these features and provide a aesthetically pleasing atmosphere.
PreFab gazebo creations can include opportunities to customize your own enclosure experiences. Lighting for ambiance, projectors for outdoor movie watching, and adjustable privacy screens are all available for your wholly unique hot tubbing adventure.
Your choice of outdoor enclosures can provide the privacy you crave when live in an urban setting. Placing hot tubs near privacy walls and providing a cover keeps prying eyes at bay. Plus it allows a degree of protection from the outdoor elements.
Why more people do not consider this very obvious idea more often is beyond me, but placing any sort of structure over your hot tub provides the perfect support for any type of climbing vegetation. Enjoy a hot soak surrounding by the rich, calming greens of your favorite vegetation, and the heady scents of blooming flowers.
This gazebo has a built in bar seating so you can take your pick of where you would like to enjoy your favorite adult beverage. Making your hot tub a centralized part of your outdoor entertainment space keeps it from becoming placed someplace awkward or considered an eyesore.
Why not incorporate your hot tub into your landscaping water feature to ensure it is enjoyed by all who visit. Create a dual purpose sanctuary that provides a peaceful fall of water with an area to soak, all protected within the privacy of your garden.
Chat the evening away on this deck that is all set for all day entertainment. A protective gazebo enclosure, bar seating, and relaxing outdoor sofas create the perfect environment for all kinds of social interactions.
If you’ve been holding out on adding a hot tub to your decor because you can’t make up your mind whether to enclose it or not, hopefully this list has provided you with some food for thought. Enclosing your hot tub doesn’t have to be a drastic experience that voids your enjoyment of the surroundings. There are many options available to you for a hint at privacy, as well as ways to incorporate your soaking experience into a social event.
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