We’ve featured plenty of dome homes here, but I have yet to see one quite like this! With a bottom facade of natural stone and a top built with stunning wooden hexagons, this unique dome house is a vacation spot on my bucket list.
It also has all the creature comforts you could ask for, including a large full bathroom, a comfortable bed, and a compact kitchenette. But just wait until you see the view! With a stone patio and outdoor furniture, you can take full advantage of the stunning scenery.
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Utah Vacation Dome with Breathtaking Views
I’m in awe of the hexagon woodworking!
Through the door is the bathroom.
They used vintage cabinets to create vanities and I love it.
Your own private patio off the front.
A gas stove keeps the place warm during ski season.
A full bathroom means you can take a soak.
Mini fridge and microwave for simple fare.
It’s close to three different ski resorts.
That ladder leads up to a loft.
Another look at kitchen corner.
Loft for kids.
And if you weren’t sold yet, check out the views!
The mini dome has been thoughtfully composed to provide a sense of coziness and relaxation while including all the necessary amenities for your stay. The dome is heated by a darling little gas stove that keeps the dome warm and cozy on winter days and an A/C window unit for the hot summer days. Enjoy watching the sunset over the lake or stargaze around the fire after a long day of hiking, skiing or swimming.
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