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Fateh NightModern Pool, DC Metro

Beautiful lighting built into a pool that sits above the river.

Example of a minimalist infinity pool design in DC Metro —  Houzz
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This photo has 26 questions
dugley wrote:May 10, 2012
  • PRO
    Lewis Aquatech
    This pool is raised 26' above grade and has a 2 sided infinity edge. We can supply other job site photos if needed. Its a very expensive process...... Best of luck
  • PRO
    Lewis Aquatech
    This pool is raised 26' above grade and has a 2 sided infinity edge. We can supply other job site photos if needed. Its a very expensive process...... Best of luck
eman2001 wrote:Jul 9, 2014
  • eman2001
    This is the color without any lighting.
  • eman2001
    @Karen Palmer_Kerr
ericagallias wrote:Jun 14, 2013
  • designideas4me
    So the pool has to be black inside to get this effect? Why does it not appear as a spot light? my pool has a white bottom. So I was wondering if there is a way to have this even glass like appearence and not a spot light look which mine seems to have if I turn on the light inside?
  • Giovanni Gutierrez
    where is the furniture from?
lillypilly wrote:Apr 3, 2013
  • Carole Nguyen
    Whate is the brand of the sAndstone and size? So this is not slippery?
  • PRO
    Lewis Aquatech
    We used 3 x 3 pieces and purchased it from China. It is not slippery at all
ccominos wrote:Mar 1, 2014
gsilvestri4129 wrote:Jul 18, 2013
  • dragonlady52p70
    how many LED light fixtures are in this beautiful pool? i have a 15,000 gal pool in renovation with one non LED blue light that lights up whole pool. Definitely would like to install the multi RGB (?) LED lights in the place of old style light that can be smart system controlled. Would one fixture be enough for size of my pool?
  • PRO
    Wise Pool & Spa Service, Inc.
    As for if one fixture would be enough... I think you should consult with your renovation specialist who will be able to take into account the shape of your pool and what areas you would like to highlight for best recommendation on number of fixtures and fixture placement/location. On this pool, you can see 3 lights located on the left wall, but there are probably more, possibly in the spa and on the 6:00 wall. This is a super project! Can't wait for Lewis' response!
kittyaudubon wrote:Mar 10, 2013
  • eman2001
    Yes, the same thing happened with our pool. -Eman
  • PRO
    Lewis Aquatech
    yes these lights are in the pool wall. Best of luck
I. Miller wrote:Nov 21, 2012
  • allisonpetit
    Yes. you could help me, could you please pass along the contact info of the maker. I would love to contact them to have some made
  • skridel

    Did you find out who made these chairs, I would love to

    contact the artist to see if I can purchase also?

dmssitedesign wrote:Aug 18, 2011
  • PRO
    Lewis Aquatech
    We just sent u an email. Thx
  • ccominos
    I would like to know more about the LED lights too! What should I tell the builder to install? hayward blue LED lights? Thanks! Also is the surface pebble crete? or pebble tec?
chwrsw wrote:Jan 13, 2015
ciscovillalta wrote:Feb 27, 2014
  • Marc Saga
    is it a lightning effect that makes the pool a deep blue?
  • Marc Saga
    very gradient
jfox1959 wrote:Nov 22, 2013
  • PRO
    Lewis Aquatech
    Thank you for the compliment !!!
  • Michael Treacy
    so what is the led light colour???
melissaget67 wrote:Nov 7, 2012
  • barrientez1
    Hello! your pool is gorgeous!! We're looking into installion of a fiberglass pool. , when yiu say you pool is black, what do you mean? The picture of the floor of the pool still looks blue. Do you have the black colors on the floor? Please help me with info.!?
  • Ray Skwarek
    does not look like a black finish on the pool from the daytime photo. what's causing it to take a light blue/grey appearance in the daytime?
sellse wrote:Jun 8, 2012
  • josefra
    what brand of led lights didi you use? are they inside o projected from outside?
  • PRO
    Yard Life Designs
    What size LED lights did you use?
josefra wrote:Feb 25, 2013
  • PRO
    Lewis Aquatech
    Thx for your inquiry. We used Haywards LED lights. They are all contained in the pool. Please circle back if we can be of assistance.
  • josefra
wilsonf wrote:Aug 20, 2011
  • bepsf
    Blue LED underwater lights
  • PRO
    Lewis Aquatech
    Correct we used 6 Blue LED lights
amrpatel wrote:Jul 5, 2016
  • PRO
    Lewis Aquatech

    The furniture was custom made.... thx

John wrote:May 23, 2016
  • PRO
    Lewis Aquatech

    Thx for your question. There is no protection on the back side. The drop is approximately 28ft. The only way someone could go over the edge would be to willing crawl over the side. Very Unlikely!

Destiny Ferguson wrote:Apr 29, 2015
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    Lewis Aquatech

    its a gunite pool with pebble finish interior and LED lighting

eman2001 wrote:Jul 9, 2014
ctorrock wrote:Mar 9, 2013
  • PRO
    Lewis Aquatech
    Thx for your inquiry. The pool has a Pebbletec interior. Please let me know if we can assist further
guzzi wrote:Nov 11, 2012
  • PRO
    Lewis Aquatech
    20 x 50 3 ft to 6 ft deep!!! Please let me know if we can help
pilardenoriega wrote:Sep 20, 2012
  • PRO
    Lewis Aquatech
    No you should be fine..... Let us know how we can help. Good Luck
Sylvie Steward wrote:Apr 4, 2017
    garbonzo12 wrote:Apr 2, 2017

      What Houzz contributors are saying:

      Annie Thornton added this to 3 Ways to Light the Garden With LessNov 9, 2016

      Underwater fixtures. LED fixtures are also a great choice for wet and submerged environments, such as a swimming pool, pond or water feature. They are available in fully waterproofed cases, and their long life span means they’re less-maintenance over time. The LED pool lights here create a glowing blue body of water.

      Frank Organ added this to Relax and Reflect in a Blue LandscapeOct 14, 2014

      In his book Blue Mind, marine biologist Wallace J. Nichols writes how being close to or in water can improve both body and mind. So if we combine water with stress-relieving blue, as in this stunning lit pool at nighttime, will we lead happier lives?

      Margie Grace - Grace Design Associates added this to Fantastical Landscape Lighting to Kindle a Fanciful AirSep 4, 2012

      Feeling blue? Program pure blue and turn up the intensity. Want something more chill? Program golden light and dial it down soft and low. Tip: RGB LEDs come in a lot of forms — light tape, rope light, orbs, light strings and more. A quick Internet search will reveal your options and get your creative juices flowing. More:Spectacular Landscape Lights Dazzle in the Dark10 Creative and Colorful Outdoor LightsThe 3 Top Ways to Light Up Your Landscape

      Cathy Lara added this to 19 Spectacular Pools Near and FarMay 18, 2012

      This pool comes alive at night with underwater LED lights. The landscape lighting is pretty amazing as well; the tree in the background looks ablaze.

      Debra Prinzing added this to Garden Design Essentials: ColorApr 26, 2012

      Basic Rules of the Color WheelArt lessons begin with the basic rules of the color wheel. Red, blue and yellow are primary colors, while secondary colors are made of combinations of two primaries: orange (red plus yellow); green (blue plus yellow) and purple (red plus blue). Tertiary colors combine one primary color with one secondary color.Adding white to a color creates a tint; adding black to a color creates a shade. The primary palette of the vivid blue pool shown has another primary accent in the yellow-chartreuse Japanese maple tree, uplit for emphasis.

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