The biggest shift in pool design is tinting the interior color of the pool to a darker shade of blue. The effect is a more restful, natural palette and creates a reflective surface for the sky.
-Scott Lewis, San Francisco-based landscape architect
Minimalist Pool Colors: As we leave the mid-century turquoise/white interior color in the past, homeowners are looking for darker, more natural colors. In terms of shapes, we’re seeing simple shapes with integrated spas lined with glass and other light-reflecting materials.
Minimalist pools can be architectural or natural in shape.
Architectural pools are often rectangular or classic in shape and follow the home’s architecture. They will mimic the colors in the pool deck, coping and waterline/step tile.
Natural pools follow the shape best suited for the lot/land and will complement the surrounding environment. These pools likely have rock waterfalls, beach entries, and other items found in nature.
Our team at Apex Pavers & Pools aim to design and build a pool that you will love for years to come. Contact Apex Pavers & Pools today at 772-419-5151 (Treasure Coast) or 561-844-9370 (Palm Beach County).
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