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We're in Love With These Swimming Pool Designs



Whether it's a snowy afternoon, an overcast spring morning, or a breezy summer night, a crystal-clear swimming pool in a mountain home will always beckon you to make a splash. We've found a handful of luxury waters that were designed with high-end relaxation and recreation in mind.

Dive right into these mountain-living swimming pools!


A POOL BUILT INTO A STEEP MOUNTAINSIDE ‚Äč
The luminous space is cantilevered over a stream and enclosed in glass on three sides; at the end of the pool, the glass extends below the water’s surface offering underwater views of the forest. “Swimming becomes a rich emotional experience,” Architect Greg Mottola says. “It’s almost like floating in space.”  

See more of this story at: Dream Spaces
Photo: Nic Lehoux
Architecture: Bohlin Cywinski Jackson 

 


A SWIMMING POOL WITH DRAMATIC PERSPECTIVE
A curved swimming pool with an infinity edge and a spa encircled with Colorado sandstone integrate seamlessly into the landscape. Grass growing between the pavers begins to emerge several feet back from the pool deck, an effect Albert says helps knit the pool terrace to the lawn. 

See more of this story at: This Water-Inspired Landscape Goes With the Flow
Photo: D.A. Horchner
Landscape architecture: Design Workshop

 

A GRAND POOL FOR GUESTS
The grand pool house has an indoor pool and fireside dining, an outdoor spa, a fully equipped gym, an art loft, an executive office suite, a staging kitchen for catering, and guest bathrooms.

See more of this story at: Lake Tahoe’s Oldest & Most Luxurious Settlement
Photo: Courtesy of Sierra Sotheby’s International Realty
Architecture: Appleton Partners LLP

 


AN ARTFUL, JAPANESE LAP POOL
A private spa on the edge of Montana’s Whitefish Lake celebrates the serenity of the waterfront and the simplicity of Japanese bathhouses.

See more at: Lakeside Spa
Photo: 
Audrey Hall
Architecture: CTA Architects Engineers 
Construction: Martel Construction

 


A PARK CITY POOL WITH A VIEW
A resistance/exercise pool, steam room, sauna, plunge pool, soaking tubs, and a room for a private masseuse all make this rustic mountain home feel like a personal ski resort and spa.

See more of this story at: A Park City Home with Spectacular Views
Photo: Rocky Maloney

 


A BACKYARD POOL FIT FOR A FAMILY
The pool area features a trellised patio, hot tub and a wood-burning fireplace, where the family enjoys making s'mores on summer nights.

See more of this story at: A Blurred Line Between Indoor and Outdoor Living
Photo: Gibeon Photography
Architecture: Vertical Arts Architecture

 


A NATURAL STONE SWIMMING POOL
A gorgeous cascading waterfall in the backyard flows into a natural stone pool that’s great for a refreshing swim in the summer.

See more at: An Exclusive Sun Valley Home Made for Entertaining
Photo: Joshua R. Wells
Architecture: Jarvis Group Architects

 


A HALF-MOON INFINITY POOL IN ASPEN
Outdoors, over 5,000 square feet of patio space features numerous comfortable seating areas and a wood-burning fireplace and fire pit, but you might just prefer to float in the 60-foot infinity pool as you gaze up at the nearby mountains.

See more of this story at: Posh Aspen Estate Includes a Resident Elk Herd

 


SWIMMING BENEATH THE STARS
Hovering above the 19-foot indoor endless pool is a 500-fiber-optic-star ceiling, keeping in line with the home's astronomy theme.

See more at: A Home That Pays Tribute to the Night Sky
Photo: Darren Edwards, courtesy of Pinnacle Mountain Homes
Architecture: BHH Partners 
Construction: Pinnacle Mountain Homes

SEE ALSO:
Summer Lovin'Spaces to Soak Up the Sun
Warm and Inviting Window Seats
8 Cozy Condos in the Mountain West

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