Colour Options

Pool Interior Colours

If you need help selecting the interior pool finish, get in touch and we can help you match the pool finish from the selection below with the pool coping and waterline tiles. Call Coowee Pools on 0434 128 999

We suggest you visit the properties of some of our recent jobs. By seeing several recent pool restorations we’ve done you will be able to decide on the combination that best suits you.

Choosing The Right Colour Combination For Your Pool

Here are some suggestions/factors when choosing the combination of pool finish, waterline tiles and pool coping.

  1. Consider the size of the pool and surrounding areas
  2. Find a picture of a pool you like on the internet or in a magazine and we can give you suggestions on how to achieve this
  3. Organise to see a pool in that colour. We have clients who are happy to let you see their pool. They probably went through what you are going through.
  4. Lighter pool colours reflect sun rays – pool water may be cooler and there is a higher potential for glare. Lighter pool colours draw your eyes to the bottom of the pool.
  5. Darker pool colours absorb sun rays – this may increase the pool temperature a couple of degrees and there will be less glare. Darker pool colours create a mirror-like effect
pool interiors
Fully renovated pool with ivory travertine, a ceramic mid blue tile, sky blue interior, dark blue speck and sparkle flake.

Factors That Determine The Water Colour

The colour of water is dependent on a variety of factors. It is very technical the science behind the colour of water. It involves the absorption and scattering of light and something called the Rayleigh Scattering effect.

Here are some factors to consider when getting the water colour you desire;

  1. Water condition – the chemical balance of the water will affect the colour. If algae is present or the water is cloudy it will not reflect light the same as crystal clear water.
  2. Environment – the colour and quantity of plants/foliage/trees around the pool will mean the water will take on a green tone.
  3. Time of day – the pool water changes colour throughout the day based on the amount of sunlight. Full light enhances the water colour while full shade will make the water look clearer.
  4. Pool depth – the deeper the water the bluer the water will look.
  5. Water movement – depending on how fast the water is moving it can add depth and variation to the colour.

Contact Us

We service metro Melbourne and all surrounding suburbs such as North, South, East, West and The Mornington Peninsula.

0434 128 999