Design and construction of pool cabins

If you are considering building a cabana to add functionality and beauty to your pool area, there are a few things to keep in mind in the planning stages. Once your cabana is built, it’s hard to go back in time, so pay attention to detail and figure out exactly what you want your pool house cabana to look like. Make a list of must haves such as, enough storage, but entertainment space for at least six people and a bathroomFor example.

Pay attention to the location. If it’s not near the pool, it’s not a cabana. It is a storage shed or a guest house, or a combination of both. But don’t locate it so that it blocks out all the rays that you and your family want to catch poolside. Do you want a mini-kitchen or mini-bar, a bathroom with a shower and cable/internet? Improper or poorly thought out placement could cost you a lot more if you have to pull utility lines away from the home interface. If you live in a multi-season climate, the environment and weather can play a role, so keep that in mind.

Inside, thoughtful layout should take into account how you plan to use it and how much you’ll need to store. Smart storage options, like shelving and cabinets designed to hold specific items, can maximize your capacity and space for entertainment and relaxation. The design must be functional. If you plan to use it for entertaining, place those facilities at the front and keep your storage areas as out of sight as possible.

Most cabins are around 8′ x 12′ or 10′ x 14′. Five-sided models are 10′ or 11′. However, there really are no hard and fast rules. The most important thing is to make sure that you have sized your cabin to meet your current and possibly future needs. It also has to not overwhelm the environment. A giant cabin may be what you want, but if you don’t have the space, it will look out of place. Most cabana must-haves include a changing area, storage for pool equipment, and a kitchenette, wet bar area, and shower. It really depends on your desires, your space, and other unique needs for you.

Premium western red cedar or maintenance free wood grain siding are the most common materials available and come in a variety of colors to suit your decor and style. Expand or complement your home, garden or pool area with different materials and styles. Pool house cabanas can blend perfectly with the exterior of your home and garden. A little advance planning and thought, and the pool house cabana can create an attractive and stylish addition to your home, pool, and outdoor experience.