Rectangle Shaped Pools

Rectangular pools are a classic, geometric pool shape. with its clean lines, a linear pool is a timeless choice. A rectangle fiberglass if ground pool can be simple and straightforward or embellished with accessories, and is the optimal shape for an if ground lap pool.

  • Design Benefits: Maximizes swim space, especially in smaller backyards
  • Common Features: swim-up seating, slip resistant steps, wading area
  • Considerations: Easiest shape to install an automatic cover

Rectangle Shaped Options

Explore Latham’s variety of Rectangle fiberglass and vinyl liner options below.

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Size & Specs: 16′ x 38′, Depth 3′ 6″ to 7′

The Barcelona is the perfect rectangle shape with defining clear edges and purposeful curved stairs designed for fun and relaxation.

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Size & Specs: 14′ x 30′, Depth 3′ 6″ to 6″

When considering the Corinthian design, think simplicity, refinement and functionality. The perfect pool to soak up the sun all day long.

*Check with your local Latham pool builder for availability

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Size & Specs: 12′ x 26′, Depth 3′ 6″ to 5′ 6″

The Olympia 12 is an impressive design, pretend you’re in the tropics, learn to snorkel, jump of the edge of the barrier reef, but your home just outside in the backyard.

*Check with your local Latham pool builder for availability

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Sizes & Specs: 10×20, 12×24, 14×28, 16×32, 16×34, 16×36, 16×38, 18×36, 18×38, 20×40

Ahh the rectangle. It’s a true classic shape presenting beauty and class but yet, so simple. Some say the rectangle is the perfect shape for designing any backyard masterpiece. Always autocover friendly and ready for any step, bench or tanning ledge configuration of your dreams. It’s a great day when the backyard swimming pool is the fun place to be.

*Available in 6″ and 2′ radius corners

Rectangle Shaped Showcase Gallery

Below are examples of backyard designs that homeowners from across the country have provided for your inspiration.


Want More Help Choosing the Perfect Shape?

Download your free guide to pool shapes to learn more about the different types of pools available, and things to consider when choosing your ideal pool shape.

Visualize Your Pool with Our Powerful Tools

Latham’s enhanced visualization tools help you bring your dream backyard to life!

The Latham Liner Visualizer makes it easy for you to pick the perfect pool shape, size and liner pattern. The newest version even gives you:

  • Night shots of patterns to showcase the liners lit up at night
  • A navigation bar that builds and tracks the pool with an illustrated output PDF that you can take to a dealer
  • Visuals of safety covers in four colors (coming soon)
  • Highlights of specific important product features

The Pool Visualizer App, available for iOS, lets you use augmented reality with your phone’s camera to virtually build a fiberglass pool on any surface, including your own property. It features our most popular models and colors, and now gives you even more, such as:

  • Seven more pool shapes—rectangle, kidney and freeform shapes, as well as enhanced details and specs—for a total of 15 pools
  • Adds patent-pending G2 and G3 Crystite colors for a total of 12 color options
  • Allows you to use the app anywhere you happen to be (even indoors) thanks to a mini AR tool that can “build” the pool on any surface

Explore All Pool Shapes


L-Shape Pools

Some L-shaped pools are geometric, with hard lines and defined angles.

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Kidney Pools

Kidney-shaped pools are popular freeform pools that are rounded on each end, curving inward along one side.

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Roman Pools

Roman pool shapes take a cue from the villas of ancient Rome, with two long straight edges flanked by arched half-circles at either end.

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Oval Pools

Oval pools are geometric shapes with curved edges.

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Rectangle Pools

Rectangular pools are a classic, geometric pool shape, with its clean lines, a linear pool is a timeless choice.

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Freeform Pools

The freeform pool style can incorporate dramatic curves for a modern look or maximize available swimming space with a more relaxed wavy design.

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