The project features a sleek rectangular pool with classic lines. The project boasts a fully self contained pool house, entertaining pavilion and cook center island.
Renovation is an understatement in this mountain getaway redo. The existing pool was dramatically reshaped; spa and 80 ton natural stone waterfall added and stone coping and waterline tile complete a truly magnificent transformation.
The prestigious Wine and Roses Spa/Resort sought our expertise in designing something special. Features include two heated plunge pools which are fed by a massive streambed-style water feature.
The project design features include a 65’ x 38’ main pool which spills over an infinity edge feature into a secondary wading pool. A large boulder water feature with multiple stream beds leading into the pool. Other features include 50 specimen live oak trees and a zero edge feature on the wading pool.
The pool has a Natural Style design with resort living in mind. The design incorporates a water feature, swim in grotto, fire pit, and attached pavilion with cook center.
This beautiful golf course backyard features a 50’ swim lane, natural waterfall, infinity edge and natural materials. The pool was raised 18” above grade to provide privacy and the infinity viewpoint.
You name it, this project has it! Specialized engineering was needed to build this spectacular 45' infinity edge design, which offers the owners unobstructed sweeping views of the Mt. Diablo foothills from inside and out of the pool.
The perfect space for entertaining! The dark Pebble Tec finish in this pool contrasts beautifully with the warm colors of the concrete and house, accented by artificial turf which breaks up the concrete.
This home in Ripon is one of four neighbors who all have Spring Creek backyards. The simple layout on this project provides plenty of space for the family to relax by the pool or entertain friends.
The client envisioned a design that captured Early California with elements reminiscent of the gold mining era. The finished project includes: a “cowboy cabin” style pavilion with distressed beams and stone counters, a tube slide with dilapidated mine shaft entry into the pool, a mine shaft outdoor shower built into the backside of the water features, and underwater boulder formations. Multiple water features including a gold panning creek and treasures, such as arrow heads and gold coins and nuggets, affixed and hidden throughout the pool, complete the ultra rustic feel.
This low-maintenance escape makes great use of available space by matching the pool to the shape of the yard. River rock and pebbles border the pool, creating a riverfront oasis!
Low maintenance doesn't have to be boring! The design of this Ripon yard means more time with the family in the pool or around the firepit, and less time doing yard work.
The client wanted a completely natural pool and garden environment which looked and functioned like a mountain swimming hole. We chose all natural finish materials such as stone, boulders, and pebble plaster for the pool, spa and water feature.
Reminiscent of a five-star hotel, this project has all there is to offer in the way of first-class architecture and resort features. Two pools, a spa, and a pool house are perched on a 45 degree downward sloping hill.
This project takes the backyard resort to a new level, with multiple areas throughout the space to entertain friends and enjoy scenic sunsets over Mt. Diablo.
If you have a friend whom you think needs a Spring Creek backyard, we'd love to talk to them.
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