Pool with Mosaic Wall and FountainContemporary Pool, Dallas

A simple, yet striking fountain was created by building a mosaic wall with a single, large sheet-flow scupper. The simple design and clean lines of this slightly raised pool with limestone coping, sundeck and mosaic fountain and steps create a serene environment that is evocative of a high-end resort.

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Mary Bouguetta wrote:Nov 17, 2013
  • wkeliuk

    Can you tell me the color of Leauders used for coping and if there was any thing used to protect it . Also have you run into any issues using this stone?

  • PRO
    Water Scuppers and Bowls, LLC
    Beautiful! If you're doing a similar design and need a scupper, feel free to reach out and we are happy to work out a Pro Trade discount with you and your contractor!
kdraud wrote:Mar 18, 2015
  • aebeaver

    Is that real wood or composite?

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    Bonick Landscaping

    The deck is Ipe. It is a hard lumber from Brazil.

dlmp wrote:Jan 28, 2014
kakraemer wrote:Sep 22, 2013
  • PRO
    Bonick Landscaping
    The Durazzo is the plaster on the bottom of the pool
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    Sherry Knott
    This is a beautiful pool. Love everything about it. Are there any additional pictures that you could post for me? Thanks!
pshalper wrote:Oct 1, 2012
joaniemichael wrote:Mar 5, 2014
  • book lady

    Where did the floor cushions come from? Really love the blue and green stripes

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    Bonick Landscaping

    That is David Southerland Perrenial fabric

mpage wrote:Aug 31, 2013
  • Ana Perez
    Hi, I'm in Florida. Are the pool tiles 1x1 or smaller? Which hakatai tile is this? UA316M Sky Blue/Mint Green Blend or UB302M Emerald Blend?
  • heidihp
    Was this a custom made blend or is it one readily available on hakatai website? Thanks
Inas Gadalla wrote:Feb 28, 2014
  • Inas Gadalla
    well what do you advice me to do ? i must start my backyard renovation but i really can't take a decision . actually i want to have a swimming pool but i'm afraid it will be small for my daughter training and it ends to be useless . Could you help?
  • PRO
    Bonick Landscaping
    if you are referring to using the pool for swimming laps you can always install swim jets. This will allow her to get a decent exercise while swimming in place.
Rose Ernjakovic wrote:Apr 26, 2013
  • desy_prasetya
    Dear Rose,

    We do custom-made pillow and also similar indoor-outdoor furniture, craft and lightning.
    if you're interested please visit www.wisanka.com or you can directly contact me via e-mail adminpro@indoor-teak.com for further informations.
    Thank you.

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    Upik Desy Prasetya
    Adminpro@indoor-teak.com
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  • PRO
    Bonick Landscaping
    Rose,
    the fabric is part of the Perennials Fiber Design www.Perennialsfabric.com international number is 214.638.4162
msubulldogtx wrote:Mar 10, 2013
  • PRO
    Bonick Landscaping
    Michael Papas is the desinger
  • sisterdear
    can u tell me what timber is used on the deck
Darren Gryniuk wrote:May 10, 2012
  • PRO
    Jason Lee Design Studio, Inc.
    This looks like 1x1 glass tiles. You can purchase it at any tile stores including Home Depot & Loews.
  • PRO
    Bonick Landscaping
    This tile is a blend from www.hakatai.com
tlee11 wrote:Mar 7, 2016
  • PRO
    Bonick Landscaping

    the typical water depth is 6" in a sun deck or "baja lounge"

sherolene wrote:Jul 21, 2013
  • PRO
    Bonick Landscaping
    This pool is approximately 32’x15’ and 5’ at the deepest part
jilien wrote:Mar 4, 2013
pjpatricia wrote:Feb 5, 2013
  • PRO
    Bonick Landscaping
    Yes they are Perennial fabric from David Southerland
elisadivittorio wrote:Jan 27, 2017
    irinavsd77 wrote:Oct 28, 2014

      What Houzz contributors are saying:

      kareneglythompson
      Karen Egly-Thompson added this to Fabric Focus: Make Your Interiors More Durable With Outdoor FabricSep 6, 2015

      Thread ConsiderationsThe type of thread used for stitching is one of the not-so-obvious considerations. The type depends on the usage.Outdoor use. Sunbrella recommends using a high-UVR (UV-rated) thread that will not fade or degrade in the sun. However, Shearer says, most home sewing machines can’t accommodate the size of a UV thread spool. If you’re using regular thread on a home sewing machine, then use a polyester, not cotton, thread and make sure all of your seams are on the inside versus top-stitched to avoid direct exposure, which will extend the life of the thread.Indoor use. Ruddick suggests a nylon thread. Nylon should not be used outdoors. Also, if you intend to bleach your piece, be aware that the thread may not be bleachable like the fabric.

      mariannel
      Marianne Lipanovich added this to Pet-Proofing Your Home: A Room-by-Room GuideJan 28, 2014

      Chemicals are an obvious source of trouble if pets drink from pools and spas, but there are other dangers as well. Even if pets can swim, they can still drown in pools and spas if they can’t get out. Long, low steps may help, but your best approach is to keep pets away from the water, either with covers or fencing or by keeping them inside unless accompanied.

      sam70
      Samantha Schoech added this to Color Guide: How to Work With TurquoiseAug 14, 2012

      Having turquoise accents around the pool just adds to the Caribbean feel. It's like an insta-vacation.

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

      BlueAlthough it's calming and peaceful, blue was once considered an unattainable garden color since it's rarely found in nature (consider the pursuit of the rare blue Himalayan poppy or the rose industry’s obsession with breeding a blue hybrid tea).The compelling presence of blue can appear in your garden with help from a can of periwinkle paint, a turquoise-tile pool or aqua cushions. Blue cools us down. If you don’t have a swimming pool to bring the serene presence of blue into the landscape, paint the inside of a birdbath, display a grouping of glazed blue pottery, or lay a path with blue tiles.

      What Houzzers are commenting on:

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      amy quigley added this to kim pool/back patio3 days ago

      combo of wood and tile and same color pool tile. haha

      studio152london
      Studio 152 added this to Balearic TerraceAug 4, 2019

      Colour, different levels, waterfall feature

      suzanneclemons
      suzanneclemons added this to Pool ScuppersJul 30, 2019

      Like this but lower profile in the front

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