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Spaceship? Dome? Yurt? Cabin? Whatever you want to call it, this newly-remodeled home is absolutely gorgeous! While it’s by no means tiny with three bedrooms, two baths, and a spacious living area/kitchen, the alternative design makes it worth looking at!

I love seeing what people do with circular spaces since they present a number of design challenges. For example, they went with a custom curved countertop in the kitchen to go with the flow of the home. What do you think?

WARNING: Wide-angle lens shots ahead. 

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Stunning Dome Home w/ Hot Tub

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The first thing I thought when I saw this dome home was “snowglobe”! And in Ontario, there’s a good chance a winter visit would allow you to sit in the comfort of the loft bed and watch the snowfall from the sky.

Inside this solar-powered off-grid vacation home you’ll find a hammock, hand-painted mural, cozy living room space, and absolutely awesome views! There’s a bathroom with running water during the warmer months as well.

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La Luna Stargazing Dome Home in Ontario

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There’s nothing new about domes, but I love these ones in Colombia that seem to be covered in a taught canvas, creating an upgraded tent perfect for the mild weather of the country. There are a number of them together built on stilts into a mountain/hillside with gorgeous views.

Some are for couples, but this 20-foot-diameter one has a loft for kids (age 6 and over) and a beautiful tiled bathroom. The deck looks out on the valleys below! What do you think of this design?

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Canvas-Wrapped Dome Cabin

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Originally built in 1971, this art deco dome home recently underwent a major facelift, and the result is a bright and colorful art-deco dome home that sleeps 7!

Inside there’s a full kitchen (with dishwasher), two queen bedrooms downstairs, and then two loft bedrooms upstairs and a bathroom. It looks like a fun place to stay, and is only a 3 minute walk from the Outer Banks beaches.

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This 1,100 Sq. Ft. Geodesic Home Sleeps 7

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This fantastic 3/4 geodesic dome in North Carolina is definitely not tiny, but it’s so neat we had to show it off! There’s even a look-out deck at the very top of the dome.

It’s a nice family vacation spot, with two double beds and a single, a full kitchen, and yes — a hot tub! There are 40 acres of nature to explore, including a pond that’s perfect for any fisherman.

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Handcrafted Buckminster Fuller Design Geodesic Dome Cabin

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This is an amazing Pink Dome Bungalow in Galveston, Texas where you can enjoy an awesome family vacation. It’s about 1,400 square feet, so “small” rather than tiny, and features three bedrooms and two bathrooms!

The deck surrounding the dome adds another 2,000 square feet of outdoor living space, which is pretty incredible. Of course, the thing that makes this dome especially unique is the abundance of pink accents, from the tile to the pillows to all-pink-cookware.

You can book your stay on Airbnb here.

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A Preppy, Pink Vacation Cottage in Texas

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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.

Book your stay on Airbnb.

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Utah Vacation Dome with Breathtaking Views

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Needing to get away from it all? This geodisc dome home located on a working farm in Northumberland overlooks a peaceful pond. The off-grid accommodations let you enjoy all that nature has to offer, while still providing plenty of create comforts!

You can enjoy soaking in the wood-fired hot tub while staring at the stars, and then curl up in the extra comfy double bed at night. A BBQ and kettle lets you cook and prepare a cup of coffee or tea, and there’s a composting toilet on site.

By far the best part of your unique stay is waking up and looking at the pond outside the geometric windows! You can book your stay on Airbnb here.

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Your Next Eco-Friendly Vacation in England

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This 250 square foot adobe dome getaway in Terlingua, Texas is the perfect spot for stargazing. It’s located in one of the few remaining territories with a “dark sky” ordinance, meaning there will be no light pollution to ruin your views of the Milky Way or a lovely sunrise!

The interior of the structure is cozy and eclectic, with arched windows for a cross-breeze, a double bed, and kitchen area with a stove, fridge, and sink.

While there is solar power to run the onsite refrigerator and charge phones/laptops, it won’t run a hairdryer. There’s also a composting toilet and solar bag shower, with options for paid showers in town. There is running water, but should be used sparingly. You’re not too far away from Big Bend National Park, so once it opens up again this sounds like a great headquarters! Book your stay on Airbnb.

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See The Milk Way in this Off-Grid Adobe Dome

Off-Grid Adobe Dome Getaway with Milky Way Views

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