Monday:Confessions of a Shopping Diva

Staying cool is the name of the game this summer, and what better way than to invest in a pool! The thought has been kicking around my house for some time, but for those of you who are seriously thinking about the investment, I have some neat ideas for you. Let’s face it, if we had the cash for a fabulous pool with all the upgrades, we would be swimming in it! I’m offering you a plan “b”, or alternative to spending a fortune, but not compromising on taste. Tank pools are both inexpensive, and innovative way to make your swimming fantasies a reality. Here are a few ideas to tantalize your senses:

Stock tanks were originally used on farms to water livestock, but have now become a popular way to have a pool in your own backyard! Look at all of the things you could do to make a real statement, and it doesn’t have to cost much if you put creativity into the space you are dreaming of. Tanks could cost you anywhere between $200-$500 and would need to be lined to prevent rusting, and a pump, to ensure that the water stays clean and fresh. They come in various sizes, and some even come bottomless for those who are interested in making their pool a bit deeper. It is important to read up on how to properly install and care for a stock tank pool, so that you can really reap the benefits.

I thought I’d share a trending idea in the world of pools because it will be a a little while before we are able to swim publically again. The easy solution is to try something new and bold in order to keep the “f” in fun all summer long! I hope you all enjoy designing the backyard of your dreams! Happy Monday everyone!

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