Hot Swimming Pool Trends 2020Nashville Pool Company
Tennessee Homeowners considering installing a swimming pool before next summer should ideally first give thought to what size and shape they’re after, the features and equipment they’d like included and ultimately how they see the new swimming pool integrating into their overall living space. Beyond this, there are also a myriad of style and functional choices to be made in collaboration with your pool designer or landscape architect.
Built-in Bench Seating
You may have been lucky enough to visit a lavish resort with a swim-up bar in the pool.
Although it could be costly to keep a bartender on retainer at home, perhaps the best way to adapt the feature for your place is to include a bench area in your pool.
Shallow Lounging Areas
Like built-in bench seating, shallow lounging zones are another fabulous way to take your dips to the next level.
Not only does a shallow area mean it’s likely to be kept as a slightly warmer and more comfortable temperature for wading about, but it also allows kids to safely splash around under the supervision of an adult.
Resort Style Pools
It’s like having your own private getaway right outside your Nashville backdoor. That’s especially true if we’re talking about resort-style pools, which are designed specifically for the “staycation” experience. More specifically, it’s the sort of pool that fits with – you might even say epitomizes – resort-style home decor.
Resort-style swimming pools are more geared toward relaxation, rather than swimming, sports, or rowdy play. Elegant outdoor furnishings are a hallmark of luxury resorts, and therefore a must for any resort-style pool.
Most importantly, any decent resort pool has shade options. The same goes for any decent resort-style backyard pool. At a minimum, the pool should include an umbrella or two, whether built-in or freestanding. Other options include sun sails, canopied pool furniture, or even a cabana. It’s all about comfort and being able to spend as much time as possible by the pool.
A resort-style swimming pool is a special breed – and a more costly one compared to a typical Nashville backyard pool. But then, luxury never comes cheap. And just think, with a resort pool right in your backyard, you may never need to go on vacation again.
Exclusive to Pool & Spa Depot is the ‘Stealth Pool’ or semi in-ground pool. When these pools are finished right, you cannot recognize the difference between a Stealth pool and a normal inground pool. Where you will notice a big difference is in the cost because Stealth pools start around a mere $7,000.
As a homeowner, you may not be thrilled with the idea of staring at the walls of an above ground pool every time you gaze out the window, but you might also not want to spend tens of thousands on a Nashville inground pool. Luckily, there’s an incredible compromise – the Stealth Semi-In Ground Pool.
There are pools, and then there are pools—swimming oases so luxurious that they’re destinations unto themselves.
The world’s best infinity pools are all about blurring the lines between the man-made and the natural. Hanging out in an infinity pool allows swimmers to immerse themselves in stunning landscapes at the same time.
The Hottest Nashville Pool Trends 2020
Are you ready to jump into one of the hottest 2020 swimming pool trends and join the many Nashville area homeowners who are opting in to have these new ideas created for their backyard poolscapes? Let Pool & Spa Depot help you. We are the pool builder of choice in the entire Middle Tennessee and Southern Kentucky area. We serve Nashville, Hendersonville, Murfreesboro, Brentwood, Belle Meade, Bowling Green and beyond. Feel free to browse our website to view all of the different and unique pools we have built. Take a look at our reviews to see what our customers have said about us. Contact us to learn more and provide you with amazing pool design ideas.