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FINISHING TOUCHES


Golden Coast’s range of mixed paving packs offer excellent value


wet leisure products to the trade. Golden Coast offers a full range of coping and paving options to suit every taste and budget; from basic simulated stone in white or buff to richer natural cut stones. A range of natural varieties are available, including: Cotswold Natural Riven Sandstone, Fossil Pearl Limestone and Travertine. For maximum versatility, a range of widths and sizes are available. While stones may be purchased by piece to suit a project’s specific needs, a number of packs, including the Heritage Mixed Pack, are available which offer excellent value.


ORIGINAL STYLE’S POOL READY MOSAICS Original Style’s vast range of pool ready mosaics and anti-slip tiles have been used in countless projects from leisure centres, resorts and spas to residential projects and even the homes of the rich and famous. Textured mosaics, metallic effects and bespoke murals are just a few of Original


Style’s exciting products.


A vast range of sizes, styles and colours are on offer, from deep blue hues to vibrant greens and rich reds to pale whites and creams. Glowing gold effect mosaics are also available, with the added benefits of additional metallic ‘drop in’ tiles for those who want to create their own unique look. With a full design service and experienced team, Original Style offers a bespoke mosaic service whereby any high resolution image can be converted into a show stopping mural. These look fabulous when placed at the bottom of a pool and can replicate logos or any other design that is required. If understated style is preferred, matt finish mosaics give a cool, stone-effect to pools. Recycled glass mosaics can provide an eco-friendly edge. Various product types such as mesh backed or film faced mosaics are available, so Original Style can provide a solution for any project.


Large format brick tiles are also offered, gaining particular popularity in commercial


environments. Anti-slip edging in complementary colours means that style never has to be compromised for functionality.


AQUA STONE – UNIQUE NATURAL FINISHES FOR POOLS AND WET AREAS


The use of pebble as a pool interior was perfected in Australia over 30 years ago. It was primarily developed as a structural alternative to marble and cement renders, but over the years has evolved into a real alternative to stone or mosaic tile finishes. Sourced from New Zealand, the entire process is approved by environmental agencies. Providing an ecologically sound pool finish, without the need to use oxides the whole process avoids all pollutant by-products and harmful emissions. On site, the pebbles are mixed with white cement and applied by hand onto the shell to give a beautiful natural looking interior finish. The pebble forms a completely waterproof layer without the need for a waterproof


The Derby Road (shown here) and Didsbury (right) projects by Portrait Pools feature Original Style’s 25mm Iris mosaics in Ocean 62 June 2013 SPN www.swimmingpoolnews.co.uk


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