Any homestead owner who benefits from the luxury of a large outdoor space should consider installing a swimming pool, seeing as nothing compares to the feeling of a reinvigorating swim during a hot summer day. But a pool is not useful just for swimming and sunbathing. Once you build one in your yard, it will prove to be an ideal location for holding large gatherings with your friends and family. Your pool is bound to become your guests’ favourite part of your residence. Nowadays, one of the most popular trends when it comes to swimming pools decks is to use concrete as a building material, due to its sturdiness, flexibility and stylish aspect.
Ten years ago, no one would have considered building concrete swimming pool decks. However, seeing as architects nowadays have become more open-minded and are willing to try more and more original and audacious design ideas, concrete decks have become widely popular.
The past tendency of seeing concrete as a dull and gloomy fabric and trying to hide it behind paint or stone has been replaced by the daring rebirth of the industrial design style and by homestead proprietors’ demand for simple and minimalist items. Thus, concrete is a material that really manages to fulfill nowadays’ yearnings and requests. By using concrete, the simple and minimalist design of your interior will expand to your outdoor area. It constitutes a both practical and refined solution. Many concrete swimming pool decks benefit from patterns or imprints that imitate fabrics such as stone or brick, delivering a vibrant and glaring aspect.
If you want your swimming pool deck to also look good, in addition to being inexpensive, use stained stenciled or stamped concrete. The simple, poured type of concrete is dull and does not stand out in any way. One of the main advantages of concrete pool decks is the fact that they have considerably lower prices in comparison to the ones that feature stone finishing, but they look just as good. For people who wish to mimic the aspect of the fine sandy shores, exposed aggregate decks are the perfect solution.