Adding Pool Fire Features to Your Oasis
The world of swimming pool construction and backyard design is constantly changing. That’s why there are new and unique designs all the time. Luxurious pool features are all the rage. From waterfalls and slides to sunbeds, there is nothing that adds an elegant accent to a backyard oasis like pool fire features. There are many reasons pool designers should incorporate fire features into a backyard pool.
Incorporating fire elements into your pool area can benefit you in many ways. For example, it becomes a great source of light near the pool. Also, you can have a party with friends and family near the pool while you cook or entertain guests. Adding a fire element to your pool will take its beauty to the next level. Here are some various options for adding a fire element to your pool:
Building a fireplace at the patio’s edge or pool can provide warmth and light. A fireplace near your pool will become the central focal point that combines everything in your backyard. It will complement both the interior and exterior of your home.
Fire and Water Bowls:
Fire and water can create a perfect balance in a swimming pool. Water is, by nature, the dominant element in the world of swimming pools, exuding tranquility, relaxation, and freshness. When combined with fire, the oasis reaches a new dimension. Combine fire and water bowls to give your garden a stunning pool feature.
Fire bowls come in a variety of designs to place around the pool. The flames create pleasant and unique lighting around the pool. There are many variations of fire bowls, such as small waterfalls made of these fire sculptures. The combination of these fire bowls and the water flowing down creates a mesmerizing effect and will impress your guests.
Custom Fire Pits:
Fire pits are a way to add fire features to a pool and backyard since they are an inexpensive yet beautiful and elegant option. They can come in different sizes, ranging from three to six feet. They can be gas or wood-fired and built from many different materials such as concrete, steel, and brick. However, most prefer fire pits ignited with gas and using fire glass/media to ensure a safe and long-lasting flame.
Fire hazards can occur, but following these safety tips can prevent accidents:
• Wind Direction – Before lighting a fire, ensure you know which direction the wind is coming from.
• Do not wear loose-fitting clothing if planning to light a fire feature.
• Be sure to keep children and pets safe. They should be at least three feet away from the fire.
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