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Monolithic Home Decorated in Shire Style


Madeleine and Nollie purchased this 800-square-foot Monolithic dome home from a man who had lived in it without many amenities. They took the empty concrete dome and transformed it into a cozy Airbnb with decor inspired by the “Hobbit.”

There’s a large open-concept living/dining/kitchen area for feasting, reading, and relaxing. Walls block off a cozy bedroom with a queen bed, and a bathroom with a large walk-in shower. What do you think of this dome home?

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800 sq. ft. Concrete Dome Home

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The porthole-style windows are a nice touch.

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Most of the furniture was thrifted.

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They have Hobbit-inspired artwork on the walls.

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The kitchen has everything (minus a microwave)

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This is a little reading/writing corner.

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Super spacious walk-in shower.

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Custom barnwood vanity.

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Kitchen table for second breakfast.

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Cozy queen bedroom.

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It sits on 5 acres with walking trails.

Monolithic Home Decorated in Shire Style

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Description:

This Dome is built studio-style with an open floor plan.
There are curtains for privacy to the bedroom. The private bedroom includes a queen-sized mattress with blankets and pillows. The living room includes a queen-sized futon for sleeping more friends and family, plenty of books and board games, and beautiful views of the oak tree forest.
The kitchen includes a full-sized oven, stove, mini-fridge, sink, Keurig, toaster, (no microwave), and some salt, pepper, and cooking oil. There are a few provisions such as coffee for the Keurig, cream, sugar, pasta noodles, rice, and oats for guest use.

Would you consider a dome home like this?

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Natalie C. McKee

Natalie C. McKee is a contributor for Tiny House Talk and the Tiny House Newsletter. She's a wife, and mama of three little kids. She and her family are homesteaders with sheep, goats, chickens, ducks and quail on their happy little acre.
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  • Linda
    July 19, 2022, 11:18 am

    I love the concept of this little gem💞

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