Harcourt Avenue Project contemporary-pool
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Harcourt Avenue Project Contemporary Pool, Melbourne

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Design ideas for a contemporary rectangular pool in Melbourne. — Houzz

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Sally wrote:
pavers - can you please tell me what pavers and coping tiles you have used in this project? Are they granite, bluestone, basalt?
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Hi Sally, the pavers and coping are bluestone. We use Better Exteriors for our paving supply.

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Dee Fen wrote:
What species of bamboo was used in this project? Gracialus? - Type of bamboo?
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bambusa gracilis textilis (slender weaver bamboo)
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Kerryn Ramsey added this to 10 Retro Ideas Reworked For Modern Living: Outdoors
4. BeanbagsA cherished design in the 20th century, the beanbag has now become an outdoor furniture piece. Most importantly, its mould-treated, water- and UV-resistant material means that it can even sometimes be used as a floating lounge in the pool. Before buying for that purpose, however, just be sure to check the item is suitable for water use. Now all you need to finish it off is a floating pool esky!

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jmuchmore added this to Pool
bench - what if we do a deck to the edge of the pool and then the "coping"/tile is waterline.
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Decking with sleeper edging and beanbags

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