No summer is complete without a pool party, and for that, you need more than just a hole in the ground filled with water. To be fair, that is what a pool is on a basic level, but that is what makes modern DIY projects so special; you don’t have to settle with basic. As fun as they may be on their own, there are plenty of pool additions you can work on for the summer that will set your pool party apart.
By incorporating some neat pool ideas into your design, you can easily turn a seemingly standard pool into your own mini waterpark. Your imagination is the limit to what is possible with your pool and in what ways you can spruce it up. From DIY additions to budget-friendly weekend endeavors, here are some simple and popular ideas to work off of and find your own unique designs to turn your pool into an island of fun.
1. Pool Slide
Gravity can be a lot of fun and slides are a testament to this. The pool slide is a common addition to many pools, residential or public. You will find them in many private pools, varying in designs, shapes, and heights. You can install anything from a closed vortex slide to an above ground pool slide, depending on what kind of pool you have and how much attention you want your slide to take away from your pool design.