Welcome to our gallery featuring a large collection of beautiful infinity pool designs.
Infinity pools are inherently luxurious.
The cost of building an infinity swimming or reflecting pool is far more expensive than other styles of pools that you may find in backyards.
This is because an infinity pool produces a visual illusion of the water extending into the horizon.
Infinity pools are also known as “zero edge”, “disappearing edge”, or “negative edge” pools because of this feature.
However, this visual effect requires a lot of structural, mechanical, and architectural detail to be paid to its design.
Many of the infinity pools in this collection are located at luxury resorts around the world, but a few are located at residential homes.
An infinity pool is a beautiful way to add value to the home, and we hope you’ll enjoy these incredible examples!
The sunset casts a shadow over this stone patio that is partially covered. The lengthy infinity pool stretches out towards the water. From this angle, we can still see the tops of the trees, but from the lounge chairs, it would look like the pool was never-ending.
This gorgeous example is simply a work of art. The pool has two separate swimming areas. The edge of the top pool is flush with the wall leading down to the second, which allows the water to cascade over the edge and into the pool below.
This infinity pool surrounds the limestone patio on three sides. the pool complex overlooks the water through the palm trees. On the corner, on the very edge of the pool is a decorative urn.
The pool lighting adds a green cast to the reflected sunset of this swimming pool. The curved line of the pool is barely noticeable and blends into the ocean beyond.
The sheer length of this pool is perfect for swimming laps. On one side, the treetops sway gently, while the other sides provide an amazing hill-top view of the island. Extending into the center of the pool is a tiled walkway with a planter.
The infinity pool has stairs leading into it from one corner of the patio. The covered seating area off to the left has a lowered red sectional that extends nearly all the way around the inset. The “never-ending” effect of the pool is achieved by positioning the pool facing the open water.
This gorgeous resort pool has umbrella-shaded lounge chairs near the steps leading into the pool. We can see several guests of the resort resting on the edge of the pool to gaze out at the water and forest beyond.
This infinity pool has a wooden patio extending to the left, with a glass-panel barrier and a hot tub. The view includes the top of a nearby lighthouse, the city just beyond the trees, and the water.
This pool is situated on the edge of a sharp drop-off into the tropical forest below. The hilly, forested landscape gives the pool a fantastic view.
This resort is built on and into the rocky coast of this island. The infinity pool is shallow enough to have lounge chairs resting in the water. From this angle, we can see the concrete lip that follows the edge of the pool and protects it from the shifting sands of the shore.
The limestone patio leads directly into the pool, which gets deeper once past the two posts lit by antique lanterns. Just beyond the edge of the pool is the beach, close enough to hear the waves roll in.
On the right side, bubbling “rapids” provide visual interest to the shallowest part of the pool. The deepest part of the pool runs past the covered seating area on the patio.
This Tuscan-style patio has a deep blue infinity pool on the edge of the hill, providing a lovely view of the quaint countryside and the water beyond.
This large patio and pool complex has a complicated layout. Part of the patio is in limestone tile, and has lighted steps. The lower part of the patio has plenty of seating beneath an extended cover, and is built to resemble a dock. The middle wooden platform looks like it’s floating, but is actually built around already existing palm trees. The infinity pool loops around all of these obstacles for a very natural look.
This example has one end that extends directly towards the water, while most of the pool overlooks a lower patio area. The rocky coast below has beautiful rock formations.
This corner infinity pool extends from the balcony to overlook the resort complex. We can also see various other infinity pools positioned on the edge of the other buildings.
This luxurious pool complex has a large infinity lap pool, plus a smaller partially covered pool eating area. The resort is high enough that the pool appears to continue into the sky.
The bold geometric pattern of the patio, combined with the curved, solid brown and cream lounge chairs and dining set, gives this pool a bright, sunny and modern twist. The pool continues on either side of the patio pathway in the middle. A set of stairs leads up to a higher level, which is landscaped with gorgeous pink blooming shrubs.
This example of a shallower pool has rolling, modern style lounge chairs, perfect for sunbathing while staying cool. The pool overlooks a meadow.
A more traditional example of a wooden deck with a wooden railing surrounding the infinity pool, which extends past the railing to overlook the trees that just obscure the ocean. A small, intimate seating area on the left is shaded by an umbrella.
The design and location of this infinity pool is very similar to the previous pool, with slightly different trees. The tree at the end of the pool is near enough to reach out and touch. In the background is another building with a pagoda style roof.
A floating covered patio in the center of the pool acts as a relaxing outdoor retreat, with a view of the meadow leading down to the rocky coast.
The flagstone patio matches the stone perimeter fence and columns that support the covered patio. A pool ladder provides entrance to the pool.
This pool tucked into a flagstone patio overlooks the forest and water just beyond it. A smaller kiddy-pool sits to the left of the infinity pool.
This resort pool has a lower-level concrete patio with several small, intimate seating areas to look out over the water.
This narrow pool has concrete and wood supports holding up the roof. The jungle greenery reflects in the still water of the pool.
This infinity pool has a stone retaining wall that protects the rich wood patio from any accidental splashes. The zero edge of the pool looks over the mountainous side of the island and the bay.
The deep blue pool is surrounded by leafy plants and a stone wall with an urn decoration. This example also looks over a tropical forest.
This private pool is enormous and looks out over the beach, which is fenced off from the rest of the property.
This infinity pool serves multiple resort rooms, all behind sliding glass doors. Manicured grass leads down to the fenced off rocky coast.
An infinity pool in a beautiful palace-like resort home with classical architectural details.
The simple wooden decking surrounding this pool on three sides keeps the attention on the pool and the lovely sunset.
A resort’s curved infinity pool perched on the edge of a hill, with tall flowering bushes on the edge. A stone patio with green lounge chairs and umbrella sits in the corner.
The textured concrete poolside mimics the look of a sandy beach. The curved infinity pool seems to continue on into the deep blue ocean beyond.
This pool complex over looks a series of patios, gardens and other pools. It has a concrete patio on one side, and a wooden one on the other.
The light gray wood patio is also a balcony, with a beautiful, square infinity pool looking out over the landscape.
Another view of the above pool, from the far edge. From this angle we can see the other private suites.
View of the pool from the upper balcony of the unit.
This beautiful modern home has an infinity pool that drops down to a lower level and continues to wrap around the side of the home. Small “islands” within the pool contain beautiful landscaping and mature trees.
The large floor-to-ceiling windows of this modern home make both the view and the infinity pool visible from the open-concept living space. This wood and stone patio also has a small hot tub big enough for two.
This pool has a unique slope on the left that allows entry into the pool at an easier rate than the stairs, and a bench on the right side for relaxing.
The curved infinity pool extends from the wooden patio and has small lights lining the straight edge.
This wide pool has monolithic stone pillars with bowls at the top lining one side. The bowls can be lit at night for an amazing visual effect.
While most of this collection has been tropical, this infinity pool is tucked away on a hillside above a bustling coastal city.
An aerial view of the pool complex in warm red brick. A winding flagstone path leads from the home through the backyard. The lush landscaping consists of huge, leafy plants and trees.
The morning mist rising up through the trees creates an eerie calm on the reflection of the pool.
Half the beauty of a pool is the surrounding patio. Check out our massive patio gallery here.
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Simplicity is often the best. The above infinity pool is particularly simple. Check out a diverse set of regular pools (100 swimming pools).
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