Swimming Pool Remodel on a Grand Scale

This swimming pool is located east of Temecula in Wine Country on an 80 acre estate and horse ranch. It measures over 80′ long, over 40′ wide and almost 10′ deep with an island/table, a massive Shamu shelf, two beach entries, a grotto and a water slide.

The owners were looking to change the look of their pool and create something completely unique. Bryan Morse and the Artisans at Expanding Horizons came up with the concept that is pictured in this Blog

This is a massive Faux Rock (artificial rock) project contrasting against Quartzite that was imported from China at the waterline and Natural Rock walls.

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View of the main water wall with a swim in Grotto and a rock bridge.

 

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The beach entry sloes down into the Shamu shelf

 

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Fire Elements were added to seven locations around the pool. They all ignited with a flick of a switch

 

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This picture shows four of the seven locations on fire

 

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The entrance to the swim-in Grotto and the exit from the slide are both clearly visible in this photo

 

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Natural Rock walls connect the massive artificial rock boulders around the perimeter of the swimming pool

 

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A  horizontal rock cantilevers out 9′ from the face of the pool wall and 7′ above the water, creating a fantastic diving rock.

 

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This picture shows the pool as it is being plastered. The Island is visible on the right.

 

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The Diving Rock as seen from below.

 

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View of the Rock Bridge and the tunnel water slide exit into the unfinished pool

 

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This is what the pool looked like before we remodeled it.

 

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