Top Pool Designs in 2019

A pool is a must for many high-quality homes and designs. If you are thinking about adding a pool to the home you already have or designing one into your new project, you need to know what is trending right now.

We have a few thoughts on some pool trends that you can expect to see in 2019. So without further adieu here are the top pool designs for 2019.

Smart Home Technology

Obviously, lighting has been a big hit in pool design for the past few years. However, with the new smart home technology, you can take your lighting to the next level.

You will have the option to mix and match colors, brightness, and texture with 2019 features. We recommend using smart bulbs and similar tech in your pool design. There are a few different people that can help you with this.

First of all, feel free to do some online research into pool lighting. Second, you can talk to the contractor you are working with. Finally, your interior design team will also have some ideas on pool lighting. In 2019, this specific area of pool design is extremely customizable, so let your imagination run free when brainstorming ideas for the pool.

 

Ledges, Bars, and Lounge-Areas

Pools aren’t just for swimming anymore. They are great places to hold parties, hang out with friends, and spend time with family.

Feel free to design space near your pool where you can spend time in conversation with those around you. Building relationships is a great thing, and you can utilize the pool area to help you with this life skill.

 

Consider A Shallow Pool

More and more often, we are seeing shallow pools picked over deep pools in 2019. There are a couple of different reasons for this. First off, shallow pools require less maintenance than deep-water pools do.

Shallow pools are better for exercising than their deeper counterparts. It will also limit the costs of building the pool in the first place. You won’t have to excavate as much to put the pool into the ground, and the space planning will be a little easier. For these reasons we recommend a shallow pool, but a deep pool might suit your needs better.

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