If your property is spacious enough to accommodate a swimming pool, you can certainly run wild with having one built immediately. Hitting the inground pool would be a fun way to pass the time with family and friends. However, a little finesse is needed in building that coveted recreational amenity, especially when you envision the pool as an integral part of the home.
After consulting your pool designer, the first thing you need is to provide the contractor with a plot to work on. The designer will do a subsequent ocular inspection of the area and mark out structures that may remain part of the pool area, such as a popular tree or natural obstacles. Consider the style and size of the property; some plots may not allow free-form pools without making it appear like the facility was forcibly added.
In some cases, try looking at the prospect pool area from several rooms in the house and then pick out some that provide a good view. The chosen rooms would help decide any focal points for the pool area, such as a continuous rock waterfalls in one corner. One section of the pool area should be camouflaged as the location of the pumping equipment, while the management controls can be placed inside the house.
When having an inground swimming pool designed, make sure it satisfies your taste, it says something about you, and it provides character to your property.