Be Inspired By The Lansdowne Club Swimming Pool 29th October 2015
It can be difficult deciding how you want your unique swimming pool to look, so it makes sense to do some research into the many different pools that can be found around the world to discover what kind of style you like and what you don’t.
The Lansdowne Club in London, built in 1763 and transformed into a social club back in 1935, is gloriously Art Deco in aesthetics so if you’re a huge fan of the Roaring 20s, it might be worth either joining the club or doing some research online to see if you can find some beautiful images to suitably inspire you.
So beautiful is the swimming pool that it has been featured in TV series Poirot – so if it can impress the head honchos at production companies, it’s sure to be in your good graces. It’s 25 yards long and eight metres wide, and fully heated, having gone through a variety of transformations since 1935. In fact, it’s one of the few chlorine-free swimming pools to be found in London!
We here at CBD Pools are well able to help make your Art Deco swimming pool a reality, with lots of bold and distinctive handmade ceramics on offer. In fact, the way we make our tiles is perfectly suited to the Art Deco style. We select our glazes carefully and mix them together to suit each individual project and we can also inter-mix so that we’re able to add particular emphasis to various elements of the design.