Contemporary Grey Pool Design Ideas
James Haefner Photography
Water's Edge Outdoor Living
© Javier Guillen Photo
Betz Pools Limited
One of the classic highlights of the house is the 3-season loggia room with its arched wood and glass panel folding wall. It’s a haven for casual relaxation complete with barbecue kitchen, wet bar, fireplace and flat screen media centre. It’s comforting to know the pool is just a few steps away.
Hill House Interiors
A haven of tranquillity the pool area features textured polished plastered walls and locally sourced stone flooring.
Gib-San Pool & Landscape Creations
Gib-San Pools Ltd. Toronto
Ryan Hughes Design/Build
In the Ryan Hughes designed sunken fire lounge at Keystone Falls, an acrylic window offers a cool but unexpected viewport; It also checked the box for family entertainment. It is a playful element for the kids from which they can watch each other swim or make faces at the adults seated around the American Fireglass custom built fire pit. Dune floor tile coordinates with the designer pillows. Pool window wall by Acrylic Glazing Photography by Jimi Smith Photography.
Landscape Design: AMS Landscape Design Studios, Inc. / Photography: Jeri Koegel
Our client wanted to add a hot tub and new cabana to their poolscape. The cabana was designed with a bar in the front and pool equipment and storage in the back. The bar has a roll up door for winterising. A lounge area in front allows the home owners to enjoy a drink while watching the kids play in the pool. Flagstone patios, steps, and hot tub surround give this backyard a luxurious feel. The fence is built from custom milled Cedar horizontal boards. The fence is backed with black painted plywood for full privacy. A custom hot tub pit was built in order to use what is normally an above ground hot tub. The hot tub was supplied by Bonavista Pools. Composite lumber was used to build an access hatch for hot tub controls. Boxwood hedging frame the garden spaces. There are two Hydrangea Standard trees which are underplanted with begonias for a pop of colour. The existing Cedar hedge created a great backdrop and contrast for our Japanese Maple hedge. The existing Beech tree was stunning! Lawn area was necessary for the family pets.
Melanie Rekola Landscape Design
Lovely little fiberglass pool is only 8' x 16' with medium blue interior, deep blue waterline tile and long pool coping. Small fibreglass pools make for a low-maintenance dream. Ample patio space and drought tolerant gardens complete this compact space. This project won an award from the Canadian Pool and Hot tub Council in 2015. Landscape design by Melanie Rekola. Pool by Blue Diamond Pools
Down Right Concreting (ACT) Pty Ltd
Spray on Decorative Concrete, Light Mocha with a Charcoal Fleck on a large tile pattern with a Sandy Beige base coat.
Evans Tile & Remodeling
8"x48" Porcelain Wood Plank Floor Tile 8"x48" Porcelain Wood Plank Tile Baseboard 1/2" Rondec Schluter Metal Trim
Fredman Design Group
Designers gave the house a wood-and-steel façade that blends traditional and industrial elements.Photography by Eric Hausman Designers gave the house a wood-and-steel façade that blends traditional and industrial elements. This home’s noteworthy steel shipping container construction material, offers a streamlined aesthetic and industrial vibe, with sustainable attributes and strength. Recycled shipping containers are fireproof, impervious to water and stronger than traditional building materials. Inside, muscular concrete walls, burnished cedar beams and custom oak cabinetry give the living spaces definition, decorative might, and storage and seating options. For more than 40 years, Fredman Design Group has been in the business of Interior Design. Throughout the years, we’ve built long-lasting relationships with our clients through our client-centric approach. When creating designs, our decisions depend on the personality of our clients—their dreams and their aspirations. We manifest their lifestyle by incorporating elements of design with those of our clients to create a unique environment, down to the details of the upholstery and accessories. We love it when a home feels finished and lived in, with various layers and textures. While each of our clients and their stories has varied over the years, they’ve come to trust us with their projects—whether it’s a single room to the larger complete renovation, addition, or new construction. They value the collaborative team that is behind each project, embracing the diversity that each designer is able to bring to their project through their love of art, travel, fashion, nature, history, architecture or film—ultimately falling in love with the nurturing environments we create for them. We are grateful for the opportunity to tell each of clients’ stories through design. What story can we help you tell? Call us today to schedule your complimentary consultation - 312-587-9184