Midwest: Spring Training
Outdoor Living: Page 2
Stealing Nocturnal Scenes
Explore the ingenious applications of landscape and architectural lighting.
Simple Backyard Automation for All Your Clients
Learn how to effectively sell backyard automatic products and demonstrate a comprehensive understanding that aligns with your client's desires and budget.
Inside-Out: The Latest in Outdoor Living
We discuss rising trends and new materials in decking, as well as a shift in the direction and function of backyard design.
A Different Kind of Pool Table
This luxury set of swimming-pool-inspired tables was designed to bring a hint of the backyard oasis into the living room.
Connect the Interior With the Outdoor Pool
Connecting the home’s interior and exterior is not as hard as it sounds.
At the Tipping Point
A new outdoor kitchen design by Splinterworks turns the backyard barbecue into a futuristic work of art.
A Higher Perspective
Restoring Ford's Diving Board
Mikel Tube, master of crafting wooden diving boards, tackles a restoration project for Michigan’s historic Ford House.
VR in the 18th Century
Pool builders today can learn from an 18th century artist about the power of an immersive experience.
Why Should You Choose a Self-Closing Gate for Your Pool?
Nationwide Industries recommends taking the following 11 considerations into account when selecting a self-closing hinge and latch for your next project.
The Y-Shaped Pool House
A bold, Y-shaped pool house design offers a solution to obstructed views.
Pool House Potential
In the wake of a pandemic-boosted backyard renaissance, homeowners are buying pool houses.
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