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Inner Beauty

Designing the inside of your pool should not be taken lightly; a visually engaging pool interior can pave the way for a unique and creative outdoor area. Itís essential to select materials that will stand the test of time and look beautiful for years to come. Itís also important to consider all of the other design elements in your outdoor space to ensure a harmonious result.

 

Your poolís colour, lighting and materials will each have a significant impact on the atmosphere of your outdoor space. You need to ensure your selections not only suit the design of your pool, but also the surrounding landscape.

 

With so many decorative options on the market, it can be hard to decide which ones are right for your new pool. When selecting your pool interior think carefully about the overall look you want to achieve. You must consider how the poolís interior integrates with the rest of your home. You want your pool to appear as though it has always been a part of the landscape and not added as an afterthought

 

Light affects your poolís interior colours. If your pool receives ample natural lighting, then your colour choices should accommodate this. Remember, light colours tend to make spaces appear larger, while darker hues have the opposite effect. Consider how the colour of your pool water will change in different weather conditions and seasons, and at different times of the day. Contrasting hues can be a beautiful choice for your pool. A good combination is a light coloured pool interior and a dark coloured paving.

 

A fully tiled pool interior is typically the best option for a concrete pool. Tiles provide outstanding aesthetic and are the easiest to clean and maintain. Well applied tiles offer a life-long finish, thatís not prone to staining or discolouration. The smooth finish of a tile underfoot is superior to render based finishes. Selecting a shimmering tile to make your pool glisten in the sunlight, or choose a dark coloured tile to give the water an edgy finish. Beau Corp strongly recommends waterline tile bands when considering a rendered based pool interior. Tile bands manage the insoluble, floating veneer of pollen, sunscreen and body oils that form the scum line at the waterís surface.

 

Epoxy paint is a pool coating system designed to paint over a worn pool surface. The paint will adhere to concrete and is surface resistant to pool water chemicals and salt. However, the downside is that itís prone to chipping and will wear over time.

 

Beadcrete is a great alternative pool interior. It contains solid, inert, glass spheres that are locked into carefully graded aggregate matrix by polymer-modified cements. This creates a unique 3-dimensional effect. Beadcrete is applied and finished in a similar way to pebblecrete and is stain resistant, long lasting and low maintenance

 

Pebblecrete interiors are now available in smaller aggregates (1mm-2mm pebbles) and offer a relatively smooth texture underfoot. The inert nature and hard but smooth feel of pebble means a good lifespan and appealing water colour. Pebble interiors are suited to salt water, chlorine or ozone filtration systems. It must be noted that pebble is not a water-proofing agent but is an affordable decorative coating.

 

Whatever you choose to include, the overall design should suit your home, landscape and personal style. Incorporating a stylish pool interior will add a touch of personality to your outdoor space and makes it an enjoyable place in which to relax.

 

If you are looking to add a stylish pool to your new home or feel itís time to update your outdoor living area, contact Beau Corp today ph. (07) 3368 3893. Our team is committed to excellence in all aspects of luxury pool design and construction; creating beautiful outdoor living spaces that seamlessly dissolve the barriers between indoor and outdoor living spaces.




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