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Whether you want to enjoy the sunset, protect your favourite tree or create a relaxing space away from the entertaining area, we have countless ideas to inspire you and help you choose your ideal swimming pool.
Inspiration: enhance your pool with decorative fittings.
Our swimming pool kits allow you to assemble the pool yourself, thus saving on the cost of labour. Your remaining budget can then be spent on the layout and the decoration of the surrounding area..
Décor inspiration: the Solae Waterair® solar cover
This multifunctional cover protects, warms and secures your swimming pool. Its elegant design will work well in any garden space. The translucent panels make it possible to see the pool even when the cover is on. At night, you can enjoy the magic of an illuminated pool whilst still benefitting from all the advantages of a cover.
Here are three criteria to consider when designing your pool garden space:
As well as listening to your requirements when creating your layout plan, your Waterair Swimming Pools adviser will also take terrain features into account to help you design your perfect pool area.
There are various options for the poolside area, depending largely on your preference for a particular material. Here’s a brief overview of current trends!
Wood is one of the most commonly used materials in the design of the poolside area. Wood decking has a natural look that is very popular.
Decking is fairly simply to install as it can be easily cut to fit and laid on adjustable pads, So you won’t need to lay a concrete foundation.
A wide variety of stone surfaces, to suit all styles, can be used for the poolside area.
The current trend is for large pool tiles: 40 x 40cm or 50 x 50cm. Be careful, however, not to choose tiles that are too dark in colour or they may become too hot when exposed to direct sunlight.
Make sure, too, that the pool surround extends at least 50cm on each side of your pool. This will make it easier to install a cover or enclosure at a later date.
Think, as well, about where you’re going to place your sun-loungers: they will be much more stable around the poolside than on the grass, and you’ll have only a step to take between sunbathing and swimming.