|Features||Swimming pool with unique two-tone beach entry plaster, Fire bowls, Firepit, Outdoor kitchen, pavestone pavers, Stone seating wall, Top of the line pool equipment|
|Design Elements||Pavestone throughout, including the existing patio capped to match. Buff Lueders stone throughout and, of course, on the exposed pool perimeter. Tanning ledge in sandstone pebble plaster and the swimming pool in deep blue pebble plaster for a unique contrasting style.|
A young couple, a new home, with a first-time pool building experience! This dynamic duo was involved in every step of design & construction. Then a demanding City planning authority had to be satisfied, so their dream design was sure to pass inspection.
Teamwork! The team at Selah is always custom and always open to design ideas, while our Selah Design Consultants guide our heroes through their journey to get what they want and what the City requires to approve their dream. “Painting the pool” is a Selah design style that always helps with a vision beyond the virtual.
Building with pavers delivers an incredible opportunity for matching a scene to a dream. Capping an existing patio and flowing out into the pool deck offers an expansive look in the smallest spaces.
Our client gets all the credit for her notion of two-tone plaster to set her tanning ledge apart from the swimming pool. Their design is an excellent example of a fun idea that doesn’t change the cost but dramatically changes the look of a build. Materials & material choices matter; at Selah, we don’t just trim the obvious things, but as you see in these images, we trim even the slightest pool wall exposures the same Lueders stone as the big, raised beam wall. Some builders shortcut the details, but of course, this is a Selah pool!