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Pool design ideas, inspiration & pictures

  1. Colonial Style at Ringwood Road:  Pool by Singapore Carpentry Interior Design Pte Ltd,Colonial
  2. Seascape Villa :  Pool by Word of Mouth House,Tropical
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  4. Seascape Villa :  Infinity pool by Word of Mouth House,Tropical
  5. Seascape Villa :  Pool by Word of Mouth House,Tropical
  6. Chameleon Villa Bali:  Pool by Word of Mouth House,Tropical
  7. Design & Build: Landed House at Dunsfold Drive:  Pool by erstudio Pte Ltd,Modern
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  9. Lofty Ideals Apartment at Leedon Residence:  Pool by Lim Ai Tiong (LATO) Architects,Modern
  10. The River:  Pool by HB Design Pte Ltd,Asian
  11. FRANKEL STREET:  Pool by Eightytwo Pte Ltd,Modern
  12. Bridge Over Water:  Pool by HYLA Architects,Modern
  13.  Pool by Lanza Arquitetos, Modern
  14.  Garden Pool by Workshop, diseño y construcción, Modern
  15.  Garden Pool by Workshop, diseño y construcción, Modern
  16.  Pool by Perotto E Fontoura Estúdio de Arquitetura, Minimalist
  17.  Pool by Frederico Trevisan Arquiteto, Minimalist
  18.  Pool by Gisele Ribeiro Arquitetura, Tropical Stone
  19.  Pool by Emmilia Cardoso Designers Associados, Modern
  20.  Pool by AGM Construções e Reformas , Tropical
  21.  Pool by RENATO MELO | ARQUITETURA , Rustic
  22.  Pool by Reasoning Instincts Architecture Studio, Modern
  23.  Garden Pool by Barnard & Associates - Architects, Minimalist
  24.  Pool by Konverto Interiores + Arquitetura, Modern
  25.  Pool by Brasseur, Mediterranean
  26.  Pool by PASSAGE CITRON, Mediterranean
  27.  Pool by Sen's Photographyたてもの写真工房すえひろ, Tropical
  28.  Pool by PT. Dekorasi Hunian Indonesia (DHI), Modern
  29.  Garden Pool by 岡部義孝建築設計事務所, Asian
  30.  Pool by Estudio Colectivo de Arquietctura, Modern
  32.  Pool by Agence MORVANT & MOINGEON, Mediterranean
  33.  Pool by Agence MORVANT & MOINGEON, Mediterranean

These days, with just a little space (preferably a spacious backyard!), creativity, and know-how, there are many ways on how you can have your own very own pool in Singapore. Whether you want a long one so you can do laps or an above-ground type for the kids to play around in, you can search through our collection of images and ideas or even contact one of many professionals for advice via our free consultation page!

Which swimming pool designs should I consider for my home?

 A traditionally designed swimming pool is in a geometric shape. These are mostly rectangular and occasionally circular or horseshoe shaped. Whether swimming for exercise, fun or both, the rectangular shape is the most functional option.Slight variations, like a bulbous corner or decorative features in the middle can be observed at times. 

Freeform, obviously, can be of any shape. This can be irregular or made to resemble certain objects like fish, snails or leaves. They have a greater aesthetic value than the ones with regular shapes and they can easily fit in a narrow or awkwardly designed place. Modern houses usually prefer these types for their interesting look. 

A lap swimming area would be best suited for you if If you are a sporty type,  Infinity style is one of the most fashionable types at the moment. They are more complex to design, but they follow a basic rectangular layout. Maybe it’s a good idea for you to get a professional opinion when you want to install such a thing, as installation of an infinity pool will depend on your terrain and land. 

You can always consider building an above ground instead of an in-ground. However, it’s better if above ground designs be considered a temporary solution. In the long run, they usually develop numerous structural problems along with maintenance issues, that will be very costly. These are, however, a great option in terms of building a small swimming area for the little ones in no time. 

Is having a swimming pool right for me? 

A sparkling water for sure top the garden wish-list of pretty much everyone, when they have enough money and space. So, let’s pretend that one day you’ll be rich enough to be  planning one of your own! And for those lucky ones for whom it’s a realistic option, here’s our handy guide to getting started. If you have your heart set on a one, there are many brilliant options in different price ranges. Doing your research before any construction or installation begins is the best way to ensure you make the perfect choice for your house. Don’t forget to first ask yourself, what makes them perfect? Well, it’s one you know that you’ll actually use! A place to unwind, play or indeed, exercise. But, jokes aside, having a swimming area in your house or garden is a big commitment, and there are many things that have to be done to make it safe and to keep it clean and refreshing. 

What safety features does a swimming pool need? 

Pools can provide many hours of fun, but they can also be dangerous and unsafe. Usually owners are required to erect a fence around a it with a self-closing, lockable gate, if your garden isn’t entirely fenced in. The fence should be at least 1.2 meters high (check with your municipality to ensure compliance with any law). It is  strongly recommended not to install a pool or a spa in your yard until your children are five or older. Make sure you have rescue equipment nearby, including a life preserver and a long pole for a distressed swimmer can grab onto. At the end of the swimming-time, take all toys out of it. This will ensure that kids are not tempted to reach in for them later and fall into the pool. And make sure to enroll your kids in swimming lessons.

How to maintain a swimming pool 

Proper maintenance can extend the life of your pool’s external parts and interior finish. Whether you maintain your pool all by yourself or use a professional to do it for you, The factors that you need to consider are: 

Vacuuming: Vacuuming it regularly is one of the most important activity in order to maintain it. Most owners opt to perform this task manually with basic cleaning equipment. Whereas some choose an automatic cleaner. 

Covering: When not in use, it's better to cover it to avoid leaves or other objects drop in the water. like this cleaning  will be much easier and faster.and you require much less frequent cleaning sessions. 

Other activities: such as tile maintenance, cleaning the pump, checking equipments, cleaning the deck, filter maintenance, replacing cracked skimmer lids etc are also part of a regular and proper maintenance.