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Round Mid-Century Cabin in Shell Knob, Missouri

This is the “See You Round” mid-century cabin in Shell Knob, Missouri.

The kit-built round home is made of fiberglass and features views of Table Rock Lake on its own acre of land. If you’re interested in staying here, it is available for booking via Kathryn on Airbnb.

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Concept 21 Fiberglass Home Built in 1976

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Images via Kathryn/Airbnb

The modern mid-century interior renovation of this kit-built 1976 fiberglass round home was a complete success! The sleek, minimalist design of the interior is a perfect complement to the unique shape of the home. The new furnishings and fixtures are all top-of-the-line, and the color palette is perfectly on-trend.

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Images via Kathryn/Airbnb

The hardwood floors and white walls with pops of color from the furniture and accessories give the home a fresh and updated mid-century look. The large round windows let in natural light and offer stunning views of the surrounding landscape. This renovation is sure to impress all who see it!

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Images via Kathryn/Airbnb

Open shelving has become a popular choice in modern kitchens. It creates a light and airy feel, and it’s perfect for displaying beautiful dishware. Shiny countertops are another popular choice in modern kitchens. They are easy to clean and add a touch of elegance. Green cabinets are also becoming popular in modern kitchens. They give the kitchen a fresh and earthy feel, and they match well with other natural elements like wood floors and granite countertops.

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Images via Kathryn/Airbnb

The living area has an earthy mural wall, vintage furniture, and an overall mid-century look and feel. It creates a relaxing and comfortable environment for guests to enjoy. The furniture is all in great condition and adds a touch of elegance to the overall space. The wall mural is really unique and makes the living area stand out. Overall, the living area is a great place to relax and spend time with friends and family.

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Images via Kathryn/Airbnb

The second bedroom is furnished with a queen bed, two windows, white walls, floating nightstands, a luggage rack, and a tiny round table with a seat. This room is perfect for guests or for use as an office or study. The natural light from the windows makes it a cheerful space to be in.

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The other bedroom features a king bed, wall art, floating nightstands, two windows, and a luggage rack. The bed is comfortable and the perfect place to relax after a long day. The artwork on the walls is beautiful and brings life to the room. The floating nightstands are a nice touch and provide easy access to your phone, tablet, books, and other belongings. The windows let in natural light and provide a great view of the surroundings. The luggage rack is perfect for storing your bags while you’re on vacation.

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Images via Kathryn/Airbnb

There is a stacking washer and dryer in the closet near the bathroom of the home for your convenience.

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Images via Kathryn/Airbnb

The bathroom features more earthy wall art, making you feel as if you are in the woods.

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The center of the cabin makes you feel like you are in a treehouse!

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Images via Kathryn/Airbnb

And the views outside seem spectacular!

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Images via Kathryn/Airbnb

The home is even BETTER than a yurt, because it was built with stick framing, foam insulation, and permanent walls and roof. This rare, vintage “Concept 21” fiberglass house, built in 1976, was completely overhauled to reveal and enhance its original mid-century vibe. Featuring expansive windows to bring the beautiful lake views inside, you’ll feel transported to a new and special place – rain or shine. With wi-fi and streaming TV service, your work and online entertainment is fully available to you.

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  • Ray
    December 16, 2022, 2:36 pm

    A floorplan would be nice.

  • Eric
    December 18, 2022, 8:31 pm

    Draw a circle. Done! Oh, do you mean as where couches and things are??? I suppose so, but really a round space (more or less) gives you a whole lot of options, surely you can use your imagination…?

  • Cate
    December 18, 2022, 10:00 pm

    Yuck! It didn’t impress me.

  • Donna Rae
    December 19, 2022, 1:05 pm

    Not every house will appeal to everyone and if all houses were alike, how boring that would be! Personally, this home is wonderful! I love its uniqueness as well as the spacious feeling you get inside. I would choose a different exterior finish…something more natural feeling and lose that orange door…but that and other color choices are personal preferences with easy fixes! If I was building this myself, I think I would opt for slightly taller ceilings, too. I could definitely see myself living in this even as is! Nicely done.

    How nice it would be if comments could express disagreement in a kinder way. It would be a nicer world if we could agree on just that one thing.

  • Liz
    December 25, 2022, 7:52 pm

    ABSOLUTELY MAGNIFICENT!! I love every single thing about this home inside and out. The site and location of your home is so very beautiful. Well done!!

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