Perhaps the biggest benefit that comes from swimming pool and spa combinations is the versatility of use that they bring to your lifestyle.
Perhaps the biggest benefit that comes from swimming pool and spa combinations is the versatility of use that they bring to your lifestyle. Not everyone is happy swimming all year round, and by the same token not everyone likes soaking in a hot tub – by bringing the two options together, and enhancing them with further features such as shallow swimout benches and spots around the swimming pool to sunbake or socialise, you could be excused for claiming that all your bases were covered!
The highlight of this swimming pool and spa combination is the fully tiled interior, which uses Bisazza glass mosaics from Perini Tiles. A more common interior finish for swimming pools is a ceramic tile, but nothing achieves the same glow and luminescence both in sunlight and under artificial light than a glass tile.
Another feature of this project that could easily be overlooked is the excellent circulation created through the use of wide coping, allowing easy, clean-footed access to three complete sides of the swimming pool. Generously proportioned swimout benches also create spots in the pool to hang out without necessarily getting your hair wet!
Check out the details below of our swimming pool in Preston, Melbourne:
|Size:||8.0m x 3.5m|
|Design:||Rectangular with 2.45 x 1.35m internal spa, recessed entry steps, swimout bench|
|Depth:||1.2m – 1.8m|
|Interior:||Fully tiled with 20 x 20mm glass mosaic tiles from Perini|
|Coping:||Bluestone, with a square profile|
|Pool Surrounds:||Single wide strip of coping separates the water from the lawn area, a feature to have inside the pool fencing. Raised lounging terrace catches the sun. Cues taken from existing red brick wall on boundary contrasts beautifully against the iridescent pool colour.|