15 stunning ways to incorporate a hot tub into your backyard

A hot tub can be an eyesore if it's just plonked in the corner of your backyard, but incorporating one into some landscaping can turn your backyard into a personal oasis. Check out these 15 stunning ideas that will inspire you to create a tranquil setting in your yard all year 'round. Dare to dream...then make your dream come true, one sectional, one pergola, one deck at a time!

The whole kit 'n' kaboodle. Introducing a hot tub into a full backyard redesign can really turn your yard into an extra room for your home. The way the hot tub is slightly sunk into the deck makes it stand out without being overbearing.


Pools are great for the summer, but when it comes to winter it becomes difficult to keep enjoying your yard. Why not compliment your pool with an elegant sunken hot tub. It's the perfect addition to keep your backyard a destination all year 'round.


Mimicking the square shape of the hot tub in your landscaping can create a cohesive and minimalist feel that quietly says 'peace-of-mind'.


This rooftop patio really hits it out of the park. Incorporating the hot tub into a highly sociable layout makes sure there's lots for everyone to enjoy, inside and outside the tub.


With multiple seating areas, formal landscaping and a built-in spa, this sleek backyard is the perfect backdrop for entertaining. 


Swim-up bar? Yes, please. Life really doesn't get much better than sipping a cocktail under the stars from sitting inside (or outside) of your hot tub. 


This indoor/outdoor space is perfect for all seasons, combining the best of both worlds for ultimate enjoyment. 


Having a dedicated deck area around your swim spa creates a private spa experience, in the comfort of your backyard.  


A pergola and curtains create a private "room" experience—a place of your own to unwind in your spa after a busy day at the office. 


Combining nature and luxury, this zen-like setting transports you to a tropical destination in your very own backyard. 


Bold and beautiful. How about we flip things on their head and we make the hot tub the centrepiece to your backyard? This stunning layout combines glass and wood to create the perfect spa environment, with extra comfort during the winter months.


Not everyone has a large backyard to work with. This 148 sq ft rooftop maximizes space by elegantly bringing together lighting, wood and a draped cabana.


Thinking about putting in a pool? Complementing your pool with a hot tub at time of installation ensures a seamless, built-in look and feel. 


Hot tub fun doesn't always have to be outdoors. What better place to relax than in the comfort and privacy of your own home?



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