A little slice of heaven
Dayton-area homeowners create the outdoor oasis of their dreams
An outdoor kitchen complete with a wood burning pizza oven and a grill makes dining al fresco a breeze.
This swimming pool utilizes saltwater technology, which pulls the chlorine from the salt. Pool professionals stress that swimmers can’t see, taste or smell the salt.
This covered porch features a massive gas fireplace and a pitched ceiling constructed of reclaimed timbers and metal siding from an old barn.
Degroot’s Spire Arborvitae are often planted in a row to create an attractive natural privacy screen. The trees are drought tolerant, thrive in full sun, and grow to 12 feet in height.
The saltwater pool sits at the center of this back yard and is surrounded by a large patio and lush landscaping
Walker’s Low Catmint grows to 30 inches and offers aromatic gray-green foliage with small purple-blue flowers that bloom in the late spring.
These palm trees are planted in large containers that sit on the pool deck during the summer. As they can't handle this area's climate in the winter, they can easily be removed.
This pool house was built to match the Tuscan architecture of the main house and features a full bathroom and covered outdoor bar area.