In our latest summer feature, builder Jackson & Leroy execute a modern-meets-classic design. Creating a stunning focal point from the Highland home, a pair of identical pool houses flank a broad pergola at the back end of a dark, rectangular pool. One structure serves as a restroom and shower, and the other provides storage for pool items and equipment. Strong symmetry reinforces the setting’s compelling classic design. 

The team at Establish Design decorated the indoor and outdoor areas, as well as the main home. Relaxed recliners and neutral materials dress the lounge spaces. Wicker furnishings add texture while contributing to an air of summertime ease. Beyond the seating areas, a luscious landscape designed by Sunline Landscapes provides privacy to sunbathers. Symmetrically placed trees and planter boxes echo the balanced theme of the entire home.

Photos by Joshua Caldwell

Jackson & Leroy
The tiled pool deck delivers a sophisticated flair to the tree-lined outdoor area. Landscape by Sunline Landscapes. Architecture by Bradford R. Houston Design Studio. Build by Jackson & Leroy.
Jackson & Leroy
The main home’s exterior exudes a classic beauty, shaped by time-honored design, authentic materials and finely crafted architecture. Swooping roofs comprising cedar shakes and copper flashing contribute to the old-meets-new feel of the home.
Jackson & Leroy

This home was featured in a previous issue of Utah Style and Design. Click here to take the full tour.

You can find more pool houses from our Take a Dip Summer Series here.