Plunge Pool Trends in 2014
September 12th, 2014
Mosaic Tile Feature
The addition and use of glass mosaic waterline tiles is an aesthetically pleasing pool design trend. Today tiles come in a myriad of colours and finishes which can complement and complete any backyard pool and backyard design, giving it that special wow factor!
Dual Zone – the pool and spa combination
We’ve seen an increase in dual zone installations over the last 12 months where clients want two separate areas for swimming and spa relaxation. The design concept integrates both units into any backyard, developing a unique pool and spa design that suits the lifestyle required or spa limitations. The benefit of a dual zone is it allows you to individually control the spa and pool area.
A trend that continues in 2014 is the coping tile that is available with EdgeCap™ Technology. Natural stone such as bluestone and sandstone are becoming popular coping tile options to create the ultimate look. EdgeCap™ Technology is exclusive to Endless Spas and has gained its popularity for the functionality and aesthetic value.
Exercise and Fitness
Pools and swim spas built for exercise and health has gained popularity over the years. Exercise pools are small swimming pools that are built with row systems, handrails and swim systems at the end of the plunge pool. This type of pool allows you to swim in a small space without actually moving in the water. The can provide the ultimate workout for endurance and fitness training.
Greater Things Not Bigger Things
Choosing the right size, shape and style for a luxury pool doesn’t necessarily mean building the biggest pool imaginable in 2014. Greater Things Not Bigger Things means building a plunge pool that fits perfectly into your backyard that meets your lifestyle requirements and space limitations. Pool owners are thinking about the balance between the outdoor living space and the pool. Water features such as waterfalls and fountains are greater things that can be added to the pool. Lights are a must in 2014, including underwater pool lights and LED lights surround the pool.