18,192 pool color Entry Design Photos

Michelle Walker architects
6 Reviews
Paddington Butterfly House
fence with incorporated color...obviously not red, but blue or some sort of feature
fence for behind pool - with color
fencing & add a pop of color
Great idea to take out some bottom slats to not lose the color
The Splash of a different colour and the design is original.
flooring material to pot plants. Look at shapes, lines and textures, and make sure it all flows seamlessly with the interior. Experiment with a splash of colour – adding a thin strip in a vibrant hue makes a strong statement, but the good news is that it’s easy to paint over at a later date if you change your
“I like the wow red behind the fence. Would be interesting to have colored sections with cutouts in” — Sheila Rosart
Lynch Landscape and Tree Service, Inc.
4 Reviews
Weston Escape
The cobblestones and colorful plantings help grab your eye and really enhance the entry sequence to this home
beautiful pool...colorful planting...seasonal color...pool design...pool house...pool landscape
“Driveway” — nemino
Lynch Landscape and Tree Service, Inc.
4 Reviews
Weston Escape
beautiful pool
colorful planting...seasonal color...pool design...pool house...pool landscape
Designers Choice Concrete
Patios & Sidewalks
Brick pool...brown tile pool...colorful stairs...outdoor pool...tile pool
Ana Williamson Architect
4 Reviews
Ana Williamson Architect
what is the color of the paint on the body and trim of the house?
Spring to me means beautiful flowers and happy colors. If you want a permanent boost of color, consider painting your door in a brighter shade. Yellow, red, or even a turquoise! For seasonal ideas, think of wreaths, or even
how the gutter extends past the roof line edge. might be needed on a part of our house - or turn a corner - by the pool area.
put floral in backyard by pool
stucco and door colors me likey
Mediterranean gardens, it makes a great addition to any spot in need of color and clean texture. Lining an entry path in the garden shown here, a large clump of poker flowers projects up and creates a nice textural and colorful contrast to surrounding plants. Mixed in a planter with high-textured plants
“Covered area with brick” — ritcee
NIMMO American Studio For Progressive Architecture
4 Reviews
Joshua Nimmo
Please brand , color and finish of the wall paint thanks
So this floor was poured and then polished, correct? Deep enough to expose the aggregate. Did you add color? How is it so light in appearance? Does concrete get lighter, the deeper you polish? It's beautiful, btw. :-)
uniform but interesting, not like a chocolate oil slick mess. - M. Base color too light for J.
cool floor..needs cracks/gaps and some warmer colour
“Concrete with lots of aggregate” — Amelia Ellenstein
Mediterranean Entry
Like the use of coarse stone and water near the entry. Reflection pools...
Pool light around edges
Lighted walkway over pool
Color with light.
“I absolutely love this warm yellow theme, the calm ponds create a soothing atmosphere.” — Sharie Costa
Hughes Umbanhowar Architects
1 Review
Is that a pool on the roof?
Wonderful. I wonder how you support the added weight of the pool?
How do you support the weight of the pool?
the pairs of white steel columns? That's the pool support...
It is a pool on the roof. When you enter the front door you walk under two skylights on the bottom of the pool. The reflections on the space are spectacular during the day. We designed the pool with two bottoms and a void in between to catch
put the pool ON TOP of the house!
Having a skylight looking into a rooftop pool is a neat idea.
Swimming pool on top must have pushed for the columns, breaking the space
Oh this is different. A daring skylight placed underneath a pool. Technical
Look up......do you think that is really where their pool is?
“Floors” — ss162995
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