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DDB DESIGN Exteriors & Pools Contemporary Exterior, Melbourne

Exteriors of DDB Design Development & Building Houses, Landscape Design by COS Designs Creative Outdoor Solutions photography by Urban Angles.
This is an example of a contemporary exterior in Melbourne. — Houzz

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Terri-Anne Taylor wrote:
Love the wall art. From where did you source it ?
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Get Decked Out

what are the tiles around the pool?

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Ozlem Fettahlioglu
tiles looks great! may I know what they are

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Francesca Newby added this to 10 Outdoor Lighting Options and How to Make Them Work for You
7. Pool lightsSharp colours, bright light and deep shadows make for an inviting party atmosphere around this pool. WHEN TO USE: This one’s easy: pool lights are best used when you’ve got a pool in your garden.WHAT TO CONSIDER: There’s more to lighting a pool than just, well, lighting the pool. Safety of use, of both the pool and its surrounds, is an obvious consideration. It’s vital that any in-pool lighting is professionally installed, and that the configuration doesn’t create pockets of dark that might lead to someone in trouble going unseen. HOW TO GET THE LOOK: The glow from a lit pool always contributes to the ambience of any poolside entertaining or dining areas. You can emphasise this by installing lights on the non-pool side of the space. Coloured pool lights can be gaudy (which is not always a bad thing) but there are some subtle ones on the market as well. You can also enhance the radiant glow of a lit pool by using a light-reflecting treatment on the pool surface.
Steve Taylor added this to 7 Things to Consider Before Investing In an Outdoor Spa
7. FeaturesThere are some pretty cool spas around and you can have a lot of fun designing your dream spa. Large acrylic windows can add that wow factor and really make the spa the central focal point all year round. Built-in decks and floating seats around a portable spa can also really create the feeling of integration to a once standalone feature. Floating concrete plinths, glass mosaic tiles, spillovers of four-sided wet edges are features that can really take it to another level. If you opt for a portable spa, you could always upgrade to a swim spa and add in a swim jet and a small plunge pool straight off the shelf. The options are plenty, and throw in some colourful towels on permanent towel racks, an ice bucket with some champagne, a few friends and family and your spa is sure to bring many years of joy and pleasure.
Kerryn Ramsey added this to Pre-Summer Backyard Blitz: Week 3 – Preparing the Pool
3. Replace bulbs, add new lightsFor after-dark ambience, energy-efficient LED lighting can be fixed above and below the waterline. Make sure all or your bulbs are working for the perfect night-time illumination.For a touch of whimsy, underwater lights that change colour are now on the market.

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