Emerging Trends in the Pool World
In the pool world, trends are constantly evolving, presenting innovative ideas and designs that impress. From the magic of colorful lighting to abstract designs and contemporary constructions, new trends in swimming pools promise to impress and renew the water experience.
Lighting with colorful fiber optics
Colorful fiber optic lighting adds magic to the pool, creating a spectacular underwater color show. Using the latest control technology, we can adjust the colors and effects according to the mood and the occasion.
"Abstract Design" Pools
In the pool world, there is always room for new trends and innovations. The abstract design pool is becoming more and more popular and is constantly gaining votes of trust. As manufacturers become more confident with the latest materials and test their fit and stability, the more they propose designing and building tanks that break away from the traditional round, oval or angular shapes and have a very special and unusual form. In addition, these pools allow greater flexibility and do not limit the space at all. For example, if someone has trees in their yard, there is no need to cut them down as the pool can now be built around them.
Beachentry: The Revolution in Pool Entry
By the term "beachentry" we refer to an edge or entrance, which gradually "slopes" from the deck to the water, like a ramp that deepens with each step. Because there are no stairs or escalators here, a beachentry pool is ideal for families with children, as it is safer.
Elements of Fire in the Pool
Many pool designers choose to include fire along with water in their creations. The hypnotic flame from traditional fire sockets or torches adds impressive effects to the entire pool environment. And for the more daring, there's one more idea: Add sand or lava rocks to a burning gas canister. This will change the color of the flame and with it will change the whole feel of the wider area..
Fountains and Waterfalls
Fountains and small waterfalls are another very effective way to change the atmosphere around your pool. Pool fountains create a strong protective shield for the tank and also keep it clean. The bubbling fountains mix air with water for an extremely playful effect. Stone fountains come in many designs and layouts. Some choose the classic prefabricated single fountain, which is usually placed at the edge of the pool, but there are also much more complex constructions. For example, rocks with built-in waterfalls, which erupt through the pool water, transforming the whole setting into a fairytale destination.
Infinity Edge Pools
A pool whose edge reaches infinity, is constructed in such a way that the water is collected from one or more sides of the pool in a special basin and then returned to the tank. And because the end of the pool seems to disappear, this type is perfect for yards with city or sea views. In addition, this type of pool lends an exciting feel to flat spaces, creating a reflection of the surrounding landscape on the surface of the tank.
Special Finishes and Saltwater Pools
Glass tile is the most in – and most expensive – finishing material in recent years. It comes in a rainbow of colors while some types have unique swirls, bubbles and shadows and are often used to create mosaics.
If you are one of those chlorine haters and hate the feel of it on your clothes and eyes, then a saltwater pool system is the ideal choice. At first glance, the installation of such a system may seem more expensive, however, its maintenance requires less money than the maintenance of a traditional chlorine pool. Of course, it should be noted that a tank with salt water does not have the same salt content as real sea water.