Pebblecrete Pool Colours In Australia [Complete List]
Pebblecrete pool interiors are often chosen for a more natural appearance, but this does not have to be limiting. This pool surfacing material is available in a surprisingly wide variety of colours to give you full choice over your pool’s final water color.
In this article, we’ll discuss the most common pebblecrete pool colours and include the water colour they produce, what the mixture contains, what it pairs well with in terms of design, and what companies supply these colours.
Most Common Pebblecrete Pool Colours Australia
This colour of pebblecrete contains near-white pebbles and cement and does not have any inclusions. It creates a soft light blue water color, and is best paired with decorative waterline tiling to prevent the pool from being too plain.
This colour is provided by Dynamic Pool Designs, where it is known as Pacific Blue, Blue Haven, under the name Haven White, and from the Skypebble® Original line with the name Arctic White.
This pebblecrete has a base of near-white pebbles and has light blue glass inclusions that typically make up about 10-15% of the total mixture. This pebblecrete colour creates a bright light blue water color, and is best paired with light coloured landscaping and coping elements.
This colour is provided by Blue Haven under the name Sparkle Blue Oxide, and Dynamic Pool Designs, where it is known as Blue Ice Pebblecrete.
This mix typically contains a base of near-white pebbles and has dark blue glass inclusions that usually represent approximately 10-15% of the pebblecrete mix. It creates a medium bright blue water color, and it pairs well with vibrant surroundings such as colourful gardens with lots of flowers.
This colour can be found at Dynamic Pool Designs where it is known as Coral Blue Pebblecrete, and at Blue Haven as Natural Blue Oxide.
This pebblecrete contains a near-equal blend of near-white pebbles and golden pebbles, creating a sandy tone that is halfway between white and gold. It creates a light turquoise water color, and is best paired with muted colour schemes and tropical landscaping elements.
This colour is provided by The Pool Reno Guy under the name Champagne Pebblecrete, from Dynamic Pool Designs, where it is known as Mountain Dew Pebblecrete, and by Blue Haven, under the name Australian White with Golden Pebble.
This colour contains entirely mid-toned golden pebbles and therefore produces vibrant turquoise water. This water colour goes great with tropical-themed landscaping elements and lush greenery.
You can get this colour at Blue Haven, where it’s known as Golden Pebble, from The Pool Reno Guy as Gold Pebble, and the Skypebble® Original line with the name Gold.
Salt And Pepper
This mix has a base of near-white pebbles and specks of black stone or glass that tend to make up about 5-10% of the total mixture. This pebblecrete colour creates a light blue water color that can sometimes show a tiny bit of green hue, and it can be very flattering to a space when paired with more modern pool and landscaping designs.
This colour is sold by The Pool Reno Guy as Salt and Pepper, Blue Haven as Sparkle Blue Oxide, and by Dynamic Pool Designs as Salt & Pepper Pebblecrete.
Jade pebblecrete can vary more by the provider. One option for jade pebblecrete mix typically has a base of near-white pebbles and cement and then can incorporate anywhere from 50-90% of green and turquoise colour pebbles. Jade pebblecrete that is mixed this way is sold by providers of the Skypebble® Original line under the colour name Jade.
Another option for jade pebblecrete involves using a majority of near-white pebbles and then incorporating jade coloured glass inclusions at a ratio of about 10-15%. This variety of mix is available from Dynamic Pool Designs as Jade Pebblecrete.
Both varieties of jade pebblecrete tend to create a muted, light blue water color with a very slight green hue. It works well when paired with light grey coping and landscaping elements.
This colour contains entirely black pebbles and can also incorporate black glass beads for a little bit of extra sparkle. It creates a uniquely gorgeous dark teal water color that is best paired with other deep and dark-toned coping and landscaping elements, such as stained wooden furniture and lush greenery.
You can get black pebblecrete from The Pool Reno Guy in two varieties, Night Sky or Volcanic Beach, and you can also find this colour in the Skypebble® Original line as Ebony.
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