Pool liners come in a wide selection of exciting patterns to fit the individual tastes of different pool owners. In order to choose the pattern that’s best for your backyard oasis, decide what type of look you’re hoping to achieve. Then search for a liner that will help bring that look to life. This second installment of our four-part series on pool liners (view the first part here) will focus on exploring different types of pool liner patterns.
1. Full Pattern Liners
If you want a seamless look for your pool, you can choose to go with a full pattern pool liner. This is a liner with a uniform pattern that stretches across each of the sides as well as the bottom surface of your pool’s interior. Full pattern liners come in an array of colors, ranging from white to light blue, green, dark blue, gray, or even black. They can be all one color or include the appearance of swirls, tiles, pebbles, sand, or various other patterns, depending on your preference. If you’re going for a clean, uncomplicated appearance, a full pattern liner may be the right choice for you.
2. Border Pattern Liners
Many pool owners like the sophisticated look they can create by choosing a liner with a patterned border running along the top. These borders can add a touch of class and elegance to your pool. They come in a whole host of different colors, shapes, and sizes. You can take a look at available border pattern liner samples when you meet with your pool contractor. Whether you choose to go with a geometric shape border pattern, a mosaic border pattern, a Greco-Roman border pattern, or some other pattern, make sure it accurately reflects the ambiance you’re hoping to create for your pool.
3. Custom Pattern Liners
Sometimes a pool owner will fall in love with a certain full pattern and a specific border, but unfortunately, the two don’t come together as a set. That’s where the concept of a custom pattern liner comes into play. Some contractors can actually put together liner design combinations that are created as custom orders for their clients. If your pool contractor doesn’t fulfill custom orders, you could either ask if they can help you find a standard liner similar to the customized one you have in mind, or you could look for a reputable contractor who does fulfill custom liner orders. If you decide to go with a custom liner order, just be prepared to spend significantly more money on your pool liner than you would if you chose a pre-made liner.
The pattern you choose for your pool liner will make a huge impact on the overall appearance of your pool. Since it’s such an important decision, it’s not one that should be taken lightly. Be sure to take your time looking at all sorts of different patterns. You can also ask an experienced contractor which patterns would complement your pool’s shape and size. Ultimately, the liner pattern you select will all boil down to your own individual preferences.
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