The World Heritage Petit Piton framed by beautiful infinity pool. View from the famous resort Jade Mountain. Dominican coral stone coping.
An infinity edge pool is a swimming or reflecting pool that produces a visual effect of water extending to the horizon, vanishing, or extending to “infinity.” The term also is used to describe perimeter overflow pools. One type of location in which the effect is particularly attractive and appealing is where the infinity edge appears to merge with a larger body of water such as the ocean, or with the sky.
Infinity edge pools are often seen at exclusive resorts, hotels and exclusive estates, in advertisements and, promotions in other luxurious places. The infinity pool design concept originated in France, where one of the first vanishing edge designs was utilized in the “Stag Fountain” at the Palace of Versailles in the early 1600s.
Infinity pools are very costly and require extensive structural, mechanical (hydraulic engineering) and architectural detailing. Since they are almost always built in precarious locations (cliffs, mountain tops, beach front, etc.), The structural engineering must be based upon the conditions found on the site.
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Coral stone tiles are a light-colored material suitable for indoor and outdoor applications. As you might guess from the name, coral stone comes from the ocean. Due to its light color, coral stone is great for patios and outdoors in hot climates, since it doesn’t collect as much heat as darker materials. It’s also a nice choice for indoor use, since it remains cool under foot.Read More »
Swimming pool deck and patios prepared with coral stones look very gorgeous and they can enhance the entire structure of your home. We can explain the numerous benefits of these natural stones to the fullest.Read More »
When it comes to swimming pool decks, there is no need to trade form for function. It’s more than possible to have a pool deck that looks phenomenal but also boasts a non-slip surface, minimal heat retention and other key characteristics. If you are looking for a pool stone deck material that truly has it all, coral stone pool pavers and tiles should be at the top of your list.
Decking Materials – The Top Benefits of Coral Stone
There are plenty of compelling reasons to use coral stone as pool deck material; a few of the best ones include:
- It creates a truly “cool deck.” Thanks to the naturally light coloring of coral stone, it reflects the light and maintains a very low temperature. This allows you to walk around it in your bare feet without having to worry about getting scorched.
- It doesn’t get slippery when it is wet. Many pool pavers become slick when water collects on them, but you never have to worry about that with coral stone.
- It is beautiful. Coral stone pool deck tiles are strategically cut to reveal gorgeous fossil patterns. Red, white and gold hues contrast with crystal blue water in a way that is nothing short of stunning.
- It enhances the value of your property. You can bolster the beauty and value of your home’s outdoor landscaping.
- It is versatile. Coral fossil stone is available in many thicknesses, patterns and sizes, which make it easy to achieve the look and layout that is right for you.
When you enhance your pool’s deck with coral stone, you don’t just get stylish pool stone and a cool deck – you get value-added design, extra safety and superior quality
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A luxury landscape finds balance in the outdoor living space. This Arizona residence incorporates a tropical style landscape design with coralina pavers. 12×24 Coping Bullnose and interior spa.Read More »
Non Slippery Outdoor Pool Design. Dominican coral stone tile.Read More »