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7 Pool & Spa Designs for 2014

Top Trends in Pool and Spa Design

By Kimberlee Courtney

If your goals for the new year include a new pool or spa (or a pool renovation) then you’ve come to the right place. The seven pool and spa designs below feature some of the most popular and innovative design trends for 2014. Take a look to find inspiration and ideas for your own pool or spa project.

1. Backyard Resort

Pool and Spa Design for 2014, Backyard Resort, Pool with Waterslide

This natural, lagoon-style poolscape boasts a curvaceous custom waterslide, cascading waterfalls, rock grotto, and custom spa, offering endless hours of enjoyment for the whole family.

At-home resorts like this have been growing in popularity over the past few years and will continue to be a requested pool design in 2014 as more and more homeowners seek to recreate the look and experience of their favorite vacation spot right their own backyard.


Photo courtesy of Dolphin Waterslides; Creative Ponds



2. Overflowing with Options

Pool and Spa Designs for 2014, Pool with Overflowing Spa

For families big or small, a pool that offers multiple levels of enjoyment is always a necessity. The elegant pool pictured above has plenty to offer. A wading pool at the entry allows bathers to enjoy a quick dip between tanning and also provides a shallow area for younger kids to splash and play. Water bubblers and sheer descents add beautiful sight and sound to the stairs that lead up to the pool and spa, and transform them into a decorative fountain for all to enjoy.

When you’re ready to go for a swim, the large freeform pool offers plenty of space to swim laps, or delight in the soothing cascade of the rock waterfall. At night, relax and revive your muscles from all those laps with a warm soak in the custom spillover spa.

View more pool designs from Anthony & Sylvan Pools >>



3. Cutting-Edge Combo

Pool and Spa Combo Built into Patio

Every year, pool builders and designers are discovering creative ways to overcome unexpected site or construction challenges, giving more and more homeowners the opportunity to have the pool of their dreams. Such was the case for this infinity-edge spa designed and built by Tranquility Pools in New Jersey. Faced with restrictive zoning requirements, the designer came up with the idea for this 11-foot by 17-foot infinity-edge pool/spa hybrid built into the existing patio. The pool/spa is large enough to accommodate eight to 10 people and can function as a small pool where people can take a dip to cool off; with a few taps on his iPhone, the homeowner can activate the heater, jets, and bubblers and use it as a spa.

Patio with Infinity Edge Pool and Spa Built inWhat’s more, with the pool/spa built into the patio it becomes a prime part of the outdoor entertaining space, which also includes a recreation area, fireplace lounge with outdoor TV, and dining space.

Editor's Note: This pool and spa design received a Gold Award in NESPA’s 2013 Design Awards competition.




Photo courtesy of Tranquility Pools; Architect: Juan Ospina; Owner: Mitchell Knapp. Photography by Heather Knapp



4. It's Geometric

Geometric Pool and Spa Design

Just like fashion, pool trends come and go and come again. This year, geometric pool shapes are making a comeback. While some may consider geometric pool designs to be simple or utilitarian, the newest designs incorporate elaborate materials and design features, giving them an artistic edge.

Though basic in shape, the geometric pool and spa pictured above features a variety of sophisticated features, including sheer decent waterfalls, shimmering glass tiles, a sun shelf, and in-pool barstools. Colorful LED lighting gives the pool an exciting new look at night while maintaining its chic elegance.

Click to see more photos of this project, plus other pool designs >>


Photo courtesy of Anthony & Sylvan Pools



5. Disappearing Spa

Pool and Spa Designs 2014, Disappearing Spa

Now you see it, now you don’t. At the touch of a button, the circular spa and stone bridge magically appear from under the water. The flagstone bridge provides access to the spa from the deck, while an underwater tunnel lets swimmers enter the spa area directly from the pool. With the press of another button, the spa and bridge “disappear” by lowering below the water level.

As pool builders and designers continue to unlock the potential of new technology and construction options, we can only imagine what other exciting and sophisticated pool and spa designs will emerge in the next year.

Photo courtesy of Caviness Landscape Design; Photography by KO Rinearson



6. Focused on Fitness

swim spa in home gym

Swim spas—or swim-in-place pools—have been receiving a lot of attention lately thanks to the recent rise in health consciousness and the pursuit of fitness over the past year. Good for swimming, water workouts, and aquatic therapy, swim spas offer a great solution for small spaces, outdoors or inside.

Installed indoors, a swim spa becomes a piece of aquatic fitness equipment that can be used year-round. By moving your workouts to the water, you get a great cardiovascular and strength workout with little to no impact on your joints.

Browse more swim spas from Endless Pools >>



7. All-in-One Oasis

Pool and Spa Design, Pool and Outdoor Kitchen

Once designed as separate areas, the pool and outdoor kitchen are now being integrated into one central entertainment hub, as this backyard oasis demonstrates. By placing the outdoor kitchen next to the pool and adding a swim-up bar, one can dine, swim, and socialize all in one place.

The flow from the pool to the raised spillover spa to the attached outdoor kitchen and seating areas makes for one efficient outdoor entertainment space. A design like this is ideal if you have a small backyard because it allows you to maximum the use of the area.

See more pool designs from this builder >>


Photography courtesy of Elite Pools by Scott


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Pool Photos: Top 5 Award-Winning Pools

AWARD-WINNING POOLS: Top 5 Pool Designs







When it comes to swimming pool designs, there are so many shapes, finishes, and water features to choose from, you may not know where to start. We chose five amazing pool designs featured in our Award-Winning Pools book to give you some inspiration for your own backyard.






Christopher Anderson Custom Pool design perimeter overflow infinity poolThis raised perimeter-overflow pool features Egyptian glass tile and is surrounded by bright flowers, lush landscaping, and decorative planters. Its geometric design and infinity edge create a sleek modern look for this tropical escape.


Pool designed by Christopher Anderson and built by Bob Anderson. Photographed by Collin Guinn (bdpusa.com) for Custom Design Pools, Webster, Texas; Association of Pool & Spa Professionals (APSP) Award





Pools by John Clarkson patio deck mosaic tilePerfect for entertaining a crowd, this pool features a spacious deck, tanning ledge with mosaic inlay, and upper lounge pool with bar stools on the other side of the pool wall. Decorative ceramic bowls filled with rocks adorn each corner throughout the space.



Designed by Krent Wieland Design, Inc.; Photographed by Ben Brewer for Aquatech Pools by John Clarkson, Jacksonville, Florida; Aquatech Award





Dal Pino Quality Pools sunset pool spa gazeboWith two spas, a swim-up bar, and stylish gazebo with a fire pit, this pool has everything a homeowner could want in a backyard retreat for hosting parties or simply lounging poolside while enjoying the sunset.




Photographed by Keith Sutter Photography for Dal Pino Quality Pools, Inc., Auburn, California; Association of Pool & Spa Professionals (APSP) Award




California Pools tropical pool spa fountain bubblers rock waterfallThis tropical oasis features a beach entry, a giant rock waterfall, and decorative pots that double as water features. A large circular spa, complete with over a dozen fountain bubblers, makes this pool the ultimate place to spend a weekend.



Photo courtesy of California Pools, West Covina, California; Association of Pool & Spa Professionals (APSP) Award




G&G Concrete infinity pool lake viewThis vanishing-edge infinity pool appears to flow right into the lake it overlooks. A well-crafted design makes the unique shape of this pool a tranquil outdoor retreat.



Photo courtesy of G&G Concrete Pools, Inc., Fort Pierce, Florida; Master Pools Guild Award

Lighting Options for Your Swimming Pool – Part 2 – LED

Pool Lighting Options - Part 2 LED Lighting An environmentally-friendly alternative to incandescent pool lights are LED lights, which use light emitting diodes to illuminate the pool. These energy-efficient pool lights use 80 percent less energy than incandescent and halogen light bulbs and last considerably longer—up to 100,000 hours on average; they also tend to be brighter. LEDs have a broader spread of light, which may reduce the amount of lights needed to light the pool. Photography courtesy of J. Brownlee Design; photography by Jeff and Leah Harp, Focus Photography, LLC Most LED pool lights screw into the existing wall sockets used for traditional incandescent inground pool lights. There are also aboveground options that install directly into the pool’s return line or hook over the wall of the pool, so there’s no need to drill holes. Aside from being economical, the main appeal of LED pool lighting is the built-in color features. LED lights come in various colors ...

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Lighting Options for Your Swimming Pool – Part 3 – Fiber Optic

Pool Lighting Options - Part 3 Fiber Optic Lighting Fiber optic pool lighting consists of long, thin strands of glass—about the diameter of a human hair—that are arranged in bundles, or optic cables, and transfer light over long distances. There are two types of fiber optic lighting: end glow and side glow. In end glow fiber optics, the fibers are covered in an opaque black or white PVC jacket, and the light is emitted through the end of the fiber. When combined with lenses, this type of fiber optic cable creates a spotlight effect. It can also be used to create “stars” on the bottom of the pool, as seen in the pool picture at right. Side glow fiber optic cables are covered in a clear PVC coating which allows light to escape through the sides of the cable. They resemble neon tube lighting and are used for perimeter pool lighting—they do not illuminate the body of water. Side glow fiber optic cables are applied to a track placed under the pool coping and create an o ...

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Lighting Options for Your Swimming Pool – Part 4 – Solar

Pool Lighting Options - Part 4 Solar Pool Lighting Solar pool lights are an eco-friendly way to light up your pool. They float on top of the water’s surface and have a solar panel that collects energy from the sun and charges a rechargeable battery located within the light. At night, the lights are automatically turned on via an electronic light sensor. Most solar pool lights use an LED bulb for energy efficiency and can last up to eight hours per solar charge. Solar pool lights come in a variety of shapes and sizes. They can be a simple globe or disc shape, or look like frogs, lily pads, and even floating jellyfish. They also come in an array of different colors, and some can create multi-colored patterns of dancing light throughout the pool. Most solar pool lights are weighted to help keep them in one place; others float freely around the pool and come with a nylon anchor for when you want them to stay in a particular area. Some can also come with a stake, pole, or stand and be used for ...

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2013 Aquatech Award-Winning Pools Photos

Photo Gallery of Over 100 Award-Winning Pools







Baker Pools Aquatech pool waterfalls firebowls gazebo lounge chairsEvery year, Aquatech, a national society of pool builders, recognizes some of the greatest pool designs throughout the U.S. with its annual Awards of Distinction. These pools, spas, and water features represent some of the most beautiful designs across the country.

Whether you’re planning to build a new pool or update your existing pool, this photo gallery will give you some great ideas.

 

Check out the award-winning pools photo gallery to see over 100 amazing swimming pools >>


Above: This stunning pool includes three sheer-descent waterfalls, two blazing fire bowls, and a separate geometric spa with two fountain bubblers. The gazebo at the far end includes a wall-mounted outdoor TV, fireplace, and loveseat, perfect for relaxing and entertaining.

 

Photo courtesy of Aquatech; Baker Pools, Jenks, OK

2013 Master Pools Guild Award-Winning Pools Photos

Gallery of 150 Beautiful Pool Photos







Master Pools Guild 2013 Awards Claffey Pools freeform pool fountains fire featuresEvery year the Master Pools Guild honors some of the most spectacular pools in the U.S. and around the world with the International Awards of Excellence. These awards recognize the talents of top-notch swimming pool builders and designers and showcase a wide variety of pool styles and special features.

The winning designs include pools from across the U.S. and Canada, as well as the United Kingdom, Australia, Guatemala, and Dubai.

 

Check out the award-winning pools photo gallery to see over 150 beautiful swimming pools and get ideas for your own backyard paradise. Explore options like glass tile, built-in spas, fountains, dramatic lighting effects and more.

See 150 pool photos >>

 

Photo courtesy of Master Pools Guild; Claffey Pools, Southlake, Texas

Top 6 Swimming Pool Design Features

Top Pool Designs: Infinity Pools, Lap Pools, Beach Entries, and More!




By Patti Plummer


There are a wide variety of swimming pool designs, and by discussing your options and preferences with a professional pool designer, you can choose the best one for you based on your property’s surroundings, your home’s architecture, and how you plan to use the pool. Once these questions have been answered, the designer will determine the ideal pool design for you, along with the best swimming pool shape and size to meet your needs.

Here are the top six pool design features to get your ideas flowing:

Pools by John Clarkson splash pool swim up bar sunken seating1. Splash Pools


Also known as play pools, splash pools contain a shallow area for recreation or lounging, making them fun for kids and adults alike. Many splash pools are shallow enough to accommodate lounge chairs, enjoyable for children to splash and play, and just deep enough to host an in-pool volleyball or basketball game.

Splash pools can be attached to multi-depth pools and cordoned off for privacy, although some homeowners prefer to build just the splash pool. For numerous homeowners, a play or splash pool is the perfect solution for settings that are too small and cannot accommodate deeper pools.

Above: This elegant splash pool is perfect for relaxation and entertaining: It features multiple shallow tanning ledges (also called sunshelves), a swim-up bar, a sunken seating area with a fire pit, and a path to a separate portable spa. The shape of the pool, along with the wall of features and design accents on the tanning shelves, make this pool visually stunning.

To see more beautiful pools by Aquatech pool builders, check the photo gallery of award-winning pools >>


Designed by Krent Wieland Design; photographed by Ben Brewer for Aquatech Pools by John Clarkson, Jacksonville, Florida


A & G Concrete Pools infinity pool lake view2. Infinity Pools


Known by a variety of names, including vanishing edge pools, negative edge, disappearing edge, and flooded edge, the infinity pool is ideal for properties overlooking spectacular scenery like the ocean, a lake, or a mountain.

How do infinity pools create the amazing effect of disappearing into the horizon? The water flows over a weir wall and into a waiting catch basin that re-circulates the water back into the pool; the water acts as a blurring agent, blending the line between the pool and the adjacent view.

Many designers finish the pool to match the adjoining scene. A skilled pool professional can capture the hue and tone of the surrounding environment and determine the perfect color that unifies the pool and its setting into one harmonious unit.

See more photos by members of Master Pools Guild in the award-winning pools gallery >>


Photo courtesy of A & G Concrete Pools, Inc., Fort Pierce, Florida, member of Master Pools Guild


Lewis Aquatech perimeter overflow pool mirror effect night3. Perimeter Overflow Pools



A perimeter overflow pool creates another interesting effect in which the pool resembles a sheet of glass. It produces a reflective surface by circulating water over the pool’s sides, into a container or holding tank, and then back into the pool in a constant motion that creates a smooth surface with no discernible ripples to destroy the illusion.

Many perimeter overflow pools are set at ground level, with the water flowing into a slot or grate, producing a mirror-like surface while others are elevated and formed into a preferred shape.

Either way, the ebb and flow that results in traditional pools as water hits the sides is not a factor. Perimeter overflow pools always retain their glass-like qualities—that is, until someone jumps in!

See more pools by Aquatech pool builders and designers in the photo gallery of award-winning pools >>


Photo courtesy of Lewis Aquatech Pools


Advanced Pools beach entry pool tropical pool4. Beach Entry Pools


Ideal for lagoon-style or tropical themed settings, a beach entry pool features a gradual sloping from the pool deck into the depths of the water—just like a natural beach.

Also called a zero-entry pool, the beach entry pool does not usually include stairs or ladders and can be finished in a variety of colors and textures to mimic sand or other organic materials.

Right: This tropical style pool features a beach entry that gives the effect of wading right into the ocean of a tropical Caribbean island. The Pebble Tec interior finish and natural rock waterfalls recreate the look and feel of a private beach resort without ever having to step foot outside your backyard.

Photographed by Rick Legnon for Advanced Pools, Rancho Cordova, California


Anthony & Sylvan Pools lap pool swimming stone wall5. Lap Pools


A lap pool is built to provide a straight-away for swimmers training for a sporting event or for those who swim for exercise. Usually long, narrow, and rectangular in shape, a lap pool can be any length, although most average between 50 and 60 feet.

Although usually built for athletic pursuits, lap pools do not have to be sterile in style or finish. Many pool builders surround a lap pool with attractive backdrops like stack-stone walls or they include water features that can be activated when no one is using the swim lanes.

See more swimming pool photos by Anthony & Sylvan Pools >>


Photo courtesy of Anthony & Sylvan Pools


Galloway Pool infinity pool connected spa6. Pools with Connected Spas


The best of two worlds, a pool with a connected spa is designed to provide homeowners with a place to swim and enjoy warm therapeutic benefits. In fact, swimmers can easily slip into the bubbling spa after physical activity in the pool.

Based on the pool’s shape, a connected spa can be placed anywhere along the pool’s framework or depths: on the pool’s edge, elevated and doubling as a water feature, or within the pool itself.

Additionally, by including a spa during the planning stages, a homeowner can guarantee that the spa and the pool will integrate completely with each other as well as the setting.

See more photos of beautiful swimming pools by Master Pools Guild members in the award-winning pools gallery >>

Photo courtesy of Galloway Pools, Corpus Christi, Texas, a member of Master Pools Guild

Top 5 Pool Products for 2013

Must-Have Pool Products for Fun, Fitness, and Faster Maintenance






Today’s high-tech pool equipment and accessories can boost your pool’s fun factor, improve your fitness level, and make pool care a breeze. Enjoy a great swim season this summer with the help of these top 5 pool products.

1. Swim Current Generators


Stream by Swim Ex Portable Swim Current GeneratorA swim current generator can maximize your pool’s fitness factor. This portable, self-contained unit sits at the edge of your pool and produces a smooth adjustable current that you can swim in place against for a low-impact, high calorie-burning workout.

With a swim current generator you can enjoy continuous swimming without the interruption of flip turns or risk of injury. They can be used in aboveground and inground pools of any shape, size, and depth and are especially great for small or oddly shaped pools that are not conducive for swimming laps.

Variable speed settings offer a range of current paces to suit swimmers of any age or fitness ability. You can also swim laps, jog, or walk in place while the rest of your family relaxes and enjoys the pool.

The new Stream by SwimEx is a convenient swim current generator that operates via a rechargeable battery and requires no installation or setup.

Check out swim generator photos and videos of Stream by SwimEx >>


Photo courtesy of SwimEx


2. Automatic Pool Covers


Cover-Pools Automatic Cover on Freeform PoolAn automatic pool cover retracts open and slides closed over your pool via a motor-driven track system that is permanently mounted along the length of your pool. Most automatic pool covers operate at the push of a button or turn of a key and can be installed on any type or shape pool, old or new, and indoors or out. Additionally, the track system can be mounted on top of your pool’s existing deck, under the coping, or seamlessly built into your pool’s design during construction for an aesthetically pleasing look.

Using a pool cover can significantly reduce your pool’s energy consumption and operating cost by minimizing the evaporation of heat, water, and chemicals. A pool cover also helps prevent dirt and debris from entering the water so your pool stays cleaner longer and requires less frequent skimming and vacuuming. This also reduces the workload on your pool’s circulation system and equipment.

In order to reap all the energy, money, and time savings, however, you need to keep your pool covered between uses. Automatic pool covers make it quick and easy to cover your pool when it’s not in use.

View more automatic pool cover photos and videos from Cover-Pools, Inc. >>


Photo courtesy of Cover-Pools, Inc.


3. Control Systems


Easy Touch Automatic Pool Control System

Swimming pool control systems allow you to manage all of your pool and/or spa equipment with the push of a button. Daily pool operations such as filtration, sanitation, and cleaning cycles are programmed or activated from a wireless, easy-to-use control panel located outdoors or inside your home. Most pool control systems can manage an unlimited number of pool equipment and features, including pumps, heaters, waterfalls, pool and landscape lighting, fountains, and more.

Additionally, some manufacturers offer optional remote controls, such as a spa-side remote or handheld wireless remote so you can operate equipment from anywhere in your yard. Automated pool control systems are available in various configurations, including pool only, spa only, pools and spas with shared equipment, and custom pools and spas with separate equipment.

With everyday pool operations on autopilot, you’ll have more time to relax and enjoy your pool. In addition, having automated control over your filter pump’s run time can help you save energy and money. For instance, when manually operating your pool, you’re probably running your filter during the day (between 1 p.m. and 9 p.m.) when demand for electricity is at its highest. What’s more, chances are you’ve forgotten to turn off the filter on more than one occasion.

With an automated control system, you can set your filter pump to run during off-peak hours (before 1 p.m. or after 9 p.m.) and for the minimum duration. (Note: Time requirements for filtering depend on pool size, bather load, equipment, and amount of debris. Generally, filter operation should be no less than 4 – 5 hours.)

Learn about automatic pool control systems from Pentair Aquatic Systems >>


Photo courtesy of Pentair Aquatic Systems


4. Pool Waterslides


Fiberglass Pool Waterslide by Dolphin WaterslidesThere’s no doubt your swimming pool provides countless hours of fun and excitement for you and your family, but there’s nothing quite like the thrill of zipping down a pool slide and splashing into the water. From stand-alone units with a straight or corkscrew runway to custom built-ins that zig and zag around landscaping or take riders through a cave waterfall, there are a variety of waterslide options to fit every swimming pool.

Fiberglass pool waterslides have become a common choice among homeowners due to their durability, low maintenance, and customization. Pre-designed models are available in a wide range of colors, shapes, and sizes and can typically accommodate any pool design or decking allocations. If you can’t find the exact waterslide you’re looking for, the majority of fiberglass waterslide manufacturers will work with you and your pool builder to create a custom slide that’s just right for your pool, family, and thrill-seeking needs.

See more photos and videos of fiberglass waterslides from Dolphin Waterslides >>


Photo courtesy of Dolphin Waterslides/Creative Rock Formations


5. Robotic Pool Cleaners


Spend more time enjoying your pool with a robotic cleanerWant to spend more time enjoying your pool and less time cleaning? Replace your manual pool vacuum with a robotic pool cleaner. A robotic pool cleaner is a type of automatic pool cleaner that is driven by an electric motor, which can be powered by batteries, solar energy, or a low voltage water-safe cord plugged into a GFCI-protected outlet. The self-contained unit roves around the pool, sucking up dirt, leaves, and finer particles and transferring them into an attached filter bag; some models feature rotating brushes or rollers that scrub surfaces.

Pentair Automatic Pool CleanerThe majority of robotic pool cleaners contain a microchip that allows you to program the cleaner’s route for effective and efficient cleaning, though most pools can be cleaned in about one to two hours. Some models come with a remote control for easy spot cleaning.

The perks of a robotic pool cleaner go beyond not having to manually clean your swimming pool: Because a robotic pool cleaner does not hook up to your pool pump or filter, it reduces the use of your pool’s circulation systems, which lowers energy costs and extends the life your pump and filter.

Check out automatic pool cleaners from Pentair Aquatic Systems >>


Photo courtesy of Pentair Aquatic Systems

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2013 NESPA Award-Winning Swimming Pools Photo Gallery

Beautiful Award-Winning Pool Photos from NESPA









NESPA Crystal Pool and Spa deck bridge backyardLooking to add a pool or renovate your existing swimming pool for the summer? Now is the time to plan! With so many shapes, materials, water features, lighting options, and more, you may not be sure where to start...

That’s why we’ve added a new swimming pool photo gallery featuring the winners of Northeast Spa & Pool Association’s (NESPA) annual Awards of Excellence.

 

See 100 photos of beautiful swimming pools built and designed by talented pool builders dedicated to their craft. Browse the gallery for striking images of inground pools, custom spas, hot tubs, waterfalls, water features, and more. View pool photos >>

 

Photo courtesy of NESPA; Crystal Pool & Spa, Inc., East Hanover, NJ (Gold winner)


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