Designing a Resort-Worthy Pool House


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Pool houses are, of course, quintessential to the Hamptons. We have put together a few essential tips to make yours a dreamy, resort-like destination. If you have a pool and pool house, it’s a great place to explore a resort sensibility without ever leaving home.



Left - Luxe   Right - Boston Design Guide


When designing a pool house, you can use both the indoor and outdoor space, creating seamlessness. For example, the exterior design might include a bar area, while inside you can have a changing area or a space for guests.  



 Left - House Beautiful   Right - Herlong Architects




Even if you don’t have an enclosed house, you can still get the Hamptons style with a covered structure and separate living area or an awning. Using curtains can delineate the space, making it feel ethereal while also providing shade.



Luxe Source 


 Bruce Fox Design, Photo First Dibs


When you’re designing your pool house or covered outdoor area, think about implementing an exterior design that matches or coordinates with that of your home. Manicured landscaping, like well-shaped boxwoods, is always beautiful.


 Architectural Digest


Howard Design Studio 


 DVH Architects


Symmetry in your design is also lovely, such as the inclusion of lantern-style lighting on either side of the pool house doorway.


Riverwood Building Company 



Rams Architects 






 Patrick Ahearn Architect


If your pool house does have a covered outdoor area, make it warm and inviting, as you would your indoor living spaces. For example, include a sofa and armchairs and soft lighting options.





Your pool house should be an extension of your home rather than an afterthought, and every day will feel like a vacation.

Explore our Lavender Hill Interiors pieces to create a resort feel to your pool house and outdoor space. 


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