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For those who are tired of the same old pool design features, take a moment to learn more about Fire bowls. While fire pits have been a popular landscaping option for quite sometime, fire bowls offer a more design-inspired addition. Learn more about fire bowls and how they can add to the overall appeal of your backyard pool.
What exactly is a fire bowl? They are stationary bowls, typically made from concrete or metal, that are built into the landscaping or decking around your pool or backyard. You may see them built directly into the ground or placed on a raised support. They are mostly a decorative addition; though they can add some warmth during those cooler afternoons by the pool. In fact, the biggest appeal of fire bowls is their ability to accent features of your pool.
Ditching you outdoor lights in favor of a firelit evening is made even more special by the firelight reflecting off the water in your pool. The proper placement of a fire bowl can dramatically add to the overall atmosphere of your backyard oasis. Depending on the style of fire bowl you choose for your backyard, you may be able to include manual controls for turning the flames on or off. Fire bowls come in a wide array of shapes, sizes, and design styles.
Visit All Seasons Pools to learn about the many styles we offer and look through photos of fire bowls we have used in completed projects. From a design standpoint, fire bowls are often used to accentuate the overall look and aesthetic of the landscaping. They work best when they flow with the landscape and help draw attention to specific areas of your yard, such as your pool.
After visiting us or taking a look at options online, work with our professional pool designers to decide how to incorporate fire bowls into your pool landscaping. The shape and size of your pool can help you choose the location and placement of your fire bowls. For example, a geometrically shaped pool could be paired with symmetrically placed fire bowls to accentuate the lines of the pool instead of taking away from the design. Explain any ideas you have to your pool designer and take their suggestions into consideration.
If you’d like to see how fire bowls would look with your new Orlando pool design, talk to an All Seasons pool designer today! Click here to request a free design consultation.
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All Seasons Pools has been a trusted pool expert for Orlando, St.Augustine, Jacksonville, The Villages and other Florida Gulf coast and Atlantic coast communities since 1979. Started by John and Diane Watts, they specialize in creating amazing and unique backyard retreats for families to enjoy, including top-of-the-line custom pools and amazing outdoor living areas. They work hard to fulfill their motto to “leave every customer with a smile.”
As members of the Association of Pool & Spa Professions and Florida Swimming Pool Association, they put a strong emphasis on being strong, reliable builders and staying up-to-date on the latest pool industry technology and design trends. Visit their swimming pool gallery to see pools ranging from signature and geometric designs to natural forms.