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Previous | NextPool and spa design is a balance of aesthetic curves against practical straights.
Previous | NextReef floor murals.
Previous | NextTropic pool by night with raised waterfall.
Previous | NextA welcoming mermaid.
Previous | NextThe mermaid pool mural as work-in-progress.
Previous | NextFloor design is from an old rubbish bin lid.
Previous | NextPin line with gold, above the water.
Previous | NextThis fully tilled pool is in an Egyptian themed room with fibre optic stars in the ceiling and painted murals on the walls. It has a unique water line and step edge design. The god of death, Osiris stands holding the royal flail and crook, backed by the Eyes of Ra, to complete the scene.
Previous | Next. Osiris, the god of the underworld has green skin to show his state of death.
Previous | NextNatural pool with waterfall, curved aesthetic side and straight practical side, with platypus.
Previous | NextPlayful platypii as mural.
Previous | NextA girl swimming with a dolphin.
Previous | NextA girl must be saying, "If I can just reach.".
Previous | NextA riser on one side of this pool features 2 dolphins. Others could include reeds with water birds or fishing grizzly bears.
Previous | NextJumping dolphins.
Previous | NextThis special tiled pool has 2 rare waterfalls made with tiles fixed in a pattern and at 45 degrees to the surface, producing a dancing design in whitewater. It is especially alive and sparkling at night under spotlight. Other designs could be Marilyn or a marlin, a cruise ship or a space ship.
Previous | NextThis waterfall has lights above to feature the splashes.
Previous | Next A close-up of the waterfall..
Previous | NextTriangles are used for uneven sub-strata. Cut a square tile diagonally in 4 to tile over any floor undulations.
Previous | NextStone tiles for the pool surrounds.
Previous | NextThis pool has site specific art. The tile band and pool exterior match the surrounding Norfolk Island pines. The whale tail harbours a waterfall. From this beachfront pool in Dee Why, Sydney, migrating whales can be seen many times each year.
Previous | Next What a wonderful sight the whales must be from the front verandah.
Previous | NextThis whale even has seagulls as friends.
Previous | NextA Ulysses butterfly is the corporate logo in this pool complex.
Previous | NextA Ulysses butterfly .
Previous | NextBeautiful.
Previous | NextA pink hibiscus becomes the corporate logo.
Previous | NextSylvania pool aformality.
Previous | NextCeramic Mosaic Pool.
Previous | NextA family history from double diamond creek leads to this pool mural.
Previous | NextFleur-de-lis on the spa corners.
Previous | NextIn this special case a master tilers' work involves installing another artists' studio prepared commission.
Previous | Next10cm x 10cm clay tiles in European style cobblestone fan design adds craftsmanship to the driveway.
Previous | NextArchitect designed brass colored water line tiles and step edges with many scattered on the pool floor to imitate stars in the sky.
Previous | NextLap pool with lane and end lines.
Previous | NextWater line of spaced red diamonds matching the common red hibiscus in the pool and spa.
Previous | NextGlass mosaic lap pool.
Previous | NextCurved pool steps.
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