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56 Amazing Indoor Pools To Enjoy Swimming At Any Time
If you love swimming and if water is your element, why not get a swimming pool for your home? Choosing between an outdoor, which is more traditional, and an indoor one is easy: if you have a warm climate, you can go for the first option and if not, an indoor pool is your choice. Do you know what’s cool about an indoor swimming pool? You can use it at any time and in all weathers! Let’s find out a bit more about such pools.
Pros Of Indoor Pools
Year-round use. If you’re going to spend the money on a pool, and you don’t live in a warmer climate, you’ll get more from your investment if you can use the pool 12 months of the year. In fact, if you calculate your cost per month the pool is available for use, the indoor pool may start to look like a good deal.
Less maintenance. If you have an indoor pool, it’s a whole lot easier to keep leaves and insects out of it, eliminating the need to skim this stuff from its surface. But that’s not all—an indoor pool also prevents algae growth, which enters your pool clinging to other plant material. Swimmers also won’t track grass and sand into the water. You won’t even have that suntan lotion slick that tends to build up on the surface of outdoor pools.
Protection from sunburn. When your pool is indoors, you can forget worrying about sunscreen, shade, and whether the kiddos (or you) will be scorched by the sun or wind.
Safety. An outdoor pool is just so tempting, and a determined trespasser can get over almost any fence or enclosure you build outside.
Privacy. With an indoor pool, you have as much privacy as you want, anytime you swim.
a contemporary space with a large lit up pool, with banebag chairs and cushions is a lovely space to spend time
a long and narrow pool built inside a minimalist house is a stylish and cool idea to swim in all weathers
a lovely Japanese-inspired pool house with glazed walls and doors and a lot of wood in decor, with a pool and natural light
a minimalist house with a concrete wall and a stone deck, with a large pool and light over it - no furniture and no unnecessary details
a minimalist pool house clad with neutral stone tiles and white ones, with a large pool and several loungers with side table
a minimalist pool house with an attic roof and glazed walls, a large pool and a stone tile deck plus a sitting zone with rust stools and beige chairs
a minimalist pool house with concrete walls and a long and narrow pool plus a glazed wall that can be removed to make the space more outdoor
Cons Of Indoor Pools
Humidity. Pools lose a lot of moisture into the air, even if you cover them when not in use. Outside, that’s no big deal. Indoors, it can be a real problem. You need special equipment to deal with the humidity of an indoor pool.
Initial cost. Building an indoor pool costs considerably more than an outdoor pool of the same size.
a minimalist pool house with glazed sliding doors and a large deep pool, the doors allow to make the pool both indoor and outdoor
a minimalist pool space with a wooden deck, a small sauna and a skylight to fill the space with natural light is awesome
a minimalist white pool house with a long and narrow pool, a stone deck and views of outdoors is a lovely idea
a minimalist yet luxurious indoor pool space clad with white marble, with stone tiles, long and quite a narrow pool
a modern house with large windows and a glass-encased taircase, with a fireplace and a lit up pool is a great space to live in
a modern pool house clad with stone tiles, with a stone accent wall and a stained sloped ceiling, a large pool and a series of pendant lamps
a modern pool house in white, with wooden beams, a large pool and a staircase plus a woven sofa to enjoy swimming anytime
a modern white pool house with all the walls and roof glazed, a large pool and an additional tub plus a stone deck
a modern wooden pool house with glazed walls that are sliding and a large pool plus a gorgeous sea view
a refined modern pool house with glazed walls and a roog, with lights and a large pool, with some white loungers is amazing
a small and lovely white pool house with a plunge pool and glazed walls to enjoy the views is a great idea in any weather and season
a vintage glass orangery turned into a pool house, with a small pool, lots of greenery, a glass roof and windows
an attic pool house with a large pool, a wooden deck, glazed walls and an additional window plus skylights is cool
an extra long and narrow lit up pool with some niches will be a great solution for a minimalist home
an indoor pool clad with green and black tiles, with potted greenery and some greenery hanging over it is a lovely addition to the space
Where To Build An Indoor Pool?
Build your swimming pool inside your house or inside a special pool house, so in summer when it’s warm, you’ll be able to open the doors and windows (choose sliding ones to be able to do it) and feel like you are outside. Adapt the swimming pool according to the size and shape of the space – it can be long and narrow, for example. Add a jacuzzi, cool plants and luxurious soaps – and your home spa is ready! Look at the examples below – they are incredibly inviting!
an indoor pool space with green walls, built-in lights, a pool and a wooden deck, a chair and a large vase is a bold idea for a modern home
this plunge pool is sandwiched inside the atrium, and chestnut paneling around is perfectly complemented by blue water
a large indoor pool with gorgeous views of the city is a fantastic idea for a modern or contemporary space, it welcomes in and brings relaxation
an indoor-outdoor pool located in a pavilion that can be opened to outdoors if the weather is fine, with amazing views of the forest around
a large glazed pavilion with a stained wood ceiling is a perfect idea for a cold climate, it lets enjoy swimming any time
a minimalist pavilion with a large pool, a dark-stained deck, lights and a glazed wall to enjoy the views of the garden
a pavilion with a glazed roof, with a pool, a stone deck and a sitting zone by the fireplace is a gorgeous space to relax in
a large glazed pavilion with black framing, a long and narrow pool, a stone deck, a hot tub and potted plants and blooms by its side