Pool Design. Wednesday , February 07th , 2018 - 15:31:51 PM
If you live in a tropic climate then no doubt you have a variety of tropical foliage growing on your property. Why not choose a pool design that brings with it the fluidity of the ocean. Smooth curving lines can be used to bring focus to palm trees or other tropical plants. If your home follows a more Zen philosophy then no doubt it is dominated by simple lines. In this case rectangular salt water pool designs would work, as long as they are placed in an area that flows with the rest of your property.
The kidney (bean) shape offers a curvaceous pleasingtotheeye design. There are no straight lines and the curve are subtle and appear most suited to homeowners who are looking to make their backyards a tropical themed oasis. Individuals with the yardspace available turn to their designers to make their dreams of curvydesigned pools come true. A curved shape helps make it more aesthetically pleasing to the eye and more architecturally interesting to your landscape. You can ask your pool designer to incorporate multiple, varyingsized curves.
A pool thats at a constant depth of 4 feet is sufficiently deep to splash around and swim the occasional lap in, but also shallow enough to provide safety for the whole family. If you want to use your pool for some serious exercise, then the dimensions of your pool require more critical consideration. For lap swimming, a pool at least 25 feet long and 3.5 feet deep is recommended, with typical lengths ranging form 25 to 40 feet. There are also dedicated lap pools that are relatively very narrow, and therefore fit in constrained spaces.
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