Putting in a professional pool can be costly and a ton of work. If you are looking for something a little simpler and more cost effective…we have found a solution for you…well, ten solutions as a matter of fact!
Here are 10 truly awesome yet easy to construct #DIY swimming pool ideas to turn your backyard into a dose of refreshment!
1. Pallet Swimming Pool
Get creative details from this DIY pallet outdoor swimming pool tutorial that leads to a rocking round swimming pool and also comes with a raised wooden deck to enjoy poolside sitting and fun! When using pallets, remember to always use heat treated NOT chemically treated pallets. If a pallet is heat treated you will see a stamped marked HT.
Get the tutorial here: 101pallets.com
2. Dumpster Swimming Pool
hen this New Orleans-based architect saw an abandoned dumpster, he didn’t cringe from the stench. Instead he saw opportunity and hauled the rancid container home. Now Stefan Beese has turned that dirty dumpster into the ultimate backyard retreat – a swimming pool – that this family has been heartily enjoying all summer.
See how to do it here: americanoverlook.com
3. Deep Pallet Wood Pool
Simply using the pallets to create the walls of the pool, he only had to place some at the basis, and some others on the perimeter cut to size, keeping the original shape of the pallets and fixing them very well together, since the weight of the water is so strong. Next the entire surface has been covered with a large single plastic layer, in order to avoid any leakage of water.
See how to do it here: diypalletfurniture.net
4. Shipping Container Pool
If you can get your hands on a shipping container you might be able to pull off one of the coolest swimming pools I have seen on the internet for a very long time. The only issue I forsee with this is that the shipping container may rust, but rust can be fixed and painted.
See how to make one here: theepic.wordpress.com
5. Natural Swimming Pool
Rather than being concrete and mass-manufactured tile, a natural pool can be a beautiful edition to any landscape. By using gravel stone and clay instead of concrete, and natural aquatic plants in place of harsh chemicals, natural pools can not only be functional and fun, but also environmentally friendly.
Learn how to make on here.
6. Galvanized Stock Tank Pool
Cathy and her husband wanted a chlorine-free pool big enough for the whole family to splash around in during the hot Santa Rosa summer. Hoping for something more attractive than a big vinyl tub, they finally decided on a galvanized steel stock tank.
See how to make one here: apartmenttherapy.com
7. Pallet Pool
I consider myself really handy but I don’t think I would be confident in tackling a DIY swimming pool. That was until I saw this DIY pallet swimming pool that you could easily set up in an afternoon. Take a look at this awesome DIY swimming pool and get started before summer is over!
Learn how to make one here : AwesomeJelly DIY
8. DIY Concrete Swimming Pool
Building your own pool is not for everyone, but it can be done, with great results. When I got bids around $30,000 , the choice was to build it myself, or forget it. For around $7000, and a lot of work, my son and I built a very solid 13′ x 22′ x5′ oval concrete pool off our deck.
See how to build one here: instructables.com
9. Above Ground Pool, Turned In-Ground Pool
You can sink an above ground pool and create a stunning inground pool for very little cost. You can pick up second hand above ground pools from craigslist for cheap.
See how here: coftable.com
10. Hay Bale Swimming Pool
Outdoor swimming pools are as rare as a heatwave in this part of the world but these three lads came up with the perfect solution. By using bales of hay and some plastic, rope and water they’ve built the ideal pool for cooling down in the hot heat.
See how to make one here: mirror.co.uk
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