This pool house with a Mid-Century Modern appeal was built to match the look of the home.
Getting the foundation done for the pool house at one end of the back yard. Working carefully around the pool.
This project has LaCantina doors from Renaissance Windows and Doors that allow the pool house to be completely opened up to the outside.
Once inside, there is a custom kitchen with a 10 foot island for seating. All of the cabinet work is custom to the space.
The kitchen is equipped with a Profire natural gas indoor grill, a venthood, dishwasher, fridge, ice maker and sink. All the essentials for preparing a meal.
All of the countertops are Ceasarstone and the backsplash and wall is Venice Alabaster Large marble chip 36×36 tile from Concrete Collaborative. Lighting is Cove lighting from Lighting Inc.
The beautiful ceiling is actually oversized White Oak 7″ flooring that was installed. It was the perfect look for this project.
The custom fireplace has contemporary stacked balls that were purchased from Woodland Direct. This is certainly the main focal point of the pool house.
This space is wide open – a total of 836 SF with 4 distinct areas – kitchen, living, dining and bathroom.
Tucked into the front corner is a custom built-in dinette set.
Complete with a walk-in shower, this bathroom is perfect for the space. The vanity is from Restoration Hardware with fixtures and faucets from Expressions Home Gallery.
All of the flooring is Pennsylvania Blue stone from Apex stone. The windows are from RAM Windows.
We updated the pool with new plaster, tile and coping. Not pictured in this post, is the area between the pool and home – we added astroturf around concrete stepping stones connecting the new pool house to the home. Indirect lighting illuminates that area.
I love my sun room. Steven was wonderful and made my new room even better than I expected. The whole project went great and everyone that comes over loves my room.