Nothing creates a resort style ambience around your swimming pool like a water feature. An artful cascade of water draws the eye and soothes the spirit with its cool, tinkling sounds. Create the right water feature for your swimming pool and it can be that intangible wow factor that lifts the value of your property. What’s your style? The design should complement the style of your swimming pool and home. Take the time to pore over pictures to identify which swimming pool water features you like best and what works well with similar homes and pools to yours. Blade water features have a crisp contemporary look A spout trickling out of rocks achieves a very natural look Consider the scale of your pool and water feature This water feature balances perfectly with proportions of the pool Your water feature should be in proportion to your pool, home and landscaped setting. A small design may look insignificant with a large swimming pool and home. In the same way, think carefully about a water feature too grand in scale if the setting is a small plunge pool. Let there be light Lighting can add an extra dimension to your water feature. Lighting and water features are the best of friends. From dancing coloured lights to subtle mood lighting, light can turn your swimming pool water feature into a festive fantasy to delight the senses. Hide the waterworks A stacked stone wall cleverly conceals the pump Water features should retain their mystique and never reveal their inner workings. Your pool professional will know how to hide the pump and mechanics. Types of swimming pool water features You can choose from many styles – waterwalls, blades, spouts, jets, wet decks and more Waterfalls Blades Spouts Jets Wet decks Your pool professional has a wealth of experience and will be able to recommend the best focal point your outdoor living area.