The landscape around your pool building can make all the difference in both the exterior look of the building as well as the indoor temperature of the building as well. Yes, landscape is that cool. Installing shrubs, trees, topiaries, whatever your heart desires.
Making sure the landscape brings it all together can be one of the most important things you do to the exterior of your new pool building. You could even get creative and combine your landscape and water features with your new pool. A man made stream that connected the flower beds of the pool building to the swimming pool, using it as the pond instead of building a second one, would help to keep the water circulating and also add a unique feature to your pool at the same time, while also tying it all together to bring your pool building's design into a main focus of the pool.
No matter which way you want to do it, your pool area and new pool building are going to serve you and your family for years to come so you want to make sure that the time you invest as well as the money you invest, are well spent. Make sure you choose the most tropical flowers that can survive in the area that you live in.
The more tropical the flowers, the more it will feel like you are sitting in an island paradise. Imagine looking out the windows of your pool building and seeing a bunch of boring old cactus. Do you think it would look not only better but that it would also literally make your yard feel cooler if you looked out the window of the new pool building and saw beautifully flowering pink hibiscus? If you’re a betting person, go with the latter of those choices. It is always good to have those simple designs, something that brings the place together, connects the pool and the building to each other, ties the theme of it all together and makes you feel like you are in the coolest place you can be right in your own back yard.