There are a number of websites and choices accessible to match every house and price range. Again, when space is restricted, an option similar to this is an excellent functional solution.
L shaped pool with bali hut and feature wall water features!
Bali Hut with deck
Bali Hut over the pool deck? Need some shelter from the sun showers for the lifeguards and the towels!
Backyard Pool Cabana or Poolside Covered Patio (could have a smaller pool)
The beauty of a is sometimes seen in the garden. A garden that has a gazebo, Bali hut or is not only attracting the homeowner, but gives relaxation and a better family living.
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Bali hut sitting in pond
and some palms, deck chairs, spa.
Bali hut lounge area
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this tin roof to match the house tin roof
Bali Hut for My Pool
back yard covered area for kids
Balinese garden, but instead of the pool, a nice patch of green cushiony grass
Bali hut for the garden in summer
Bali inspirations feature to add style to your garden or inside your home. has a large selection of water features to suit any environment.
Create a private tropical resort in your own back yard . Ascot’s Bali Huts and Gazebos are custom made in Indonesia of treated palm wood.
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Pattern sheet: Balinese Summer retreat - Better Homes & Gardens Magazine. Cute little hut area, this would be fun out by the pond.
poolside at Villa Mako, Bali (photo by Djuna Ivereigh)