Just because your swimming pool fence saves lives, doesn’t mean you can’t have fun with it. Because making sure your pool area is safe is a serious business, the design part of the fencing process is often forgotten.
At Jim’s Fencing, we take the stress out of securing your pool area. You can relax and enjoy the process – together, we can focus on making your yard look great.
We’ve put together this guide of pool fence colours to help get your creative juices flowing. If you have any questions please get in touch with us.
Our Favourite Pool Fence Colours
Whether you’re choosing a PVC, painted palling, or aluminium pool fence, we have a bunch of colour suggestions for you. Remember that you could always ditch colour all together and go for a glass pool fence or a treated timber option.
If you’d like to see some of these amazing fencing options in action, visit our gallery of pool fencing images. All you have to do is select the pool fencing category and then browse through our fantastic projects.
If you want a fence that isn’t imposing, a light cream colour could be the right choice for you. This traditional option contrasts well with blue tiled pools and looks amazing when matched with light coloured pavers.
A light coloured fence will give your pool area an inviting appearance that hints at hours of family fun. Cream fences look great when offset with green plants (either tropical or English).
Shades of Grey
It’s one of the most popular and versatile pool fence colours. Grey might sound dull but it is the shade that is taking over the fencing industry.
Dark greys can give your pool yard a sleek and modern feel. The deep colour looks amazing when it is offset by stained timber posts or timber decking. It also looks fantastic with green grass or lush plants around it.
Light greys are still contemporary but they are considered a little more feminine. They can give your pool area a softer appeal without compromising that sleek appearance.
Light grey fences look wonderful with dark charcoal or bright white pavers. The bigger the contrast, the better.
Dark green might sound daring but the pay-off is wonderful. A dark green fence looks stunning when it is complimented by landscaping. Placing a lush garden bed of green foliage in front of a green fence will make it feel like you have a wall of plants instead of a pool fence.
Dark green fences look great when they are paired with red brick or warm brown pavers. Go for a contrasting colour with your pavers or decking and you will reap the rewards.
Did you know that you can get glass pool fences that are stained with a blue colour? This creates an amazing effect in your pool area – like you are swimming in a glass bubble!
If you’re considering a blue aluminium fence, go for a dark blue colour. This will look great with green plants and dark grey pavers. Avoid a pale blue fence as it can give your fence a weathered look even when it is brand new.
Contact Jim’s Fencing Today
Now that you’ve started thinking about your favourite pool fence colours, give our team a call to discuss your options. We’ll connect you with your local contractor who can come to your property and give you an obligation free quote.
Call now on 131 546 or fill in the online form.