Swimming Pool Selects

On the longest, hottest, most humid summer days, absolutely nothing beats jumping into the cool refreshing water of your very own backyard swimming pool. You don't need a big yard to have a pool. A pool doesn't need to be deep. Or big. Or even a rectangle!

Large backyard swimming pool.

Located in a quiet and removed wooded setting, this backyard pool is a safe haven from the hectic busyness of everyday life.

Swimming pool with light tan stone pool deck on the lake.

This one of-a-kind swimming pool has an unbeatable view.

Unique backyard swimming pool with waterproof chairs, dramatic lights, and laminar jets.

Sit right in the pool in this Miami-inspired backyard.

Luxury resort backyard.

This swimming pool is part of a resort-inspired backyard design.

Small plunge pool surrounded by artificial turf.

This backyard plunge pool is surrounded by artificial grass. Easy, low maintenance, and could fit into any sized backyard.

Small backyard swimming pool.

Another swimming pool in a small backyard, this one is expertly shaped to fit the contours of the lot.

Backyard swimming pool and hot tub.

This combination hot tub and swimming pool has an infinity edge to create the visual effect of the pool having no boundary.

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Backyard swimming pool projects. Designs perfect for hot summer days, pool parties, and enjoying the summer with friends and family.

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