Who wouldn’t love living in an amazing dome home with an equally amazing view and location? Let us take a look at the Dome Home in Thailand!
This Dome Home in Thailand is by far one of the most interesting places to live, especially for those who love living simple and one with nature!
Steve Areen, with the help of his friend Hajjar Gibran, has created a low-cost and time-efficient home in an organic mango farm, far into the countryside of northeastern Thailand.
The dome home was built within six (6) weeks at a total cost of about $9,000. This includes all the furnishings and the additions of the home such as doors, upstairs structure, screens, pond, landscaping, and stonework.
You should see this amazing home, which is actually available for those who would be traveling to Thailand and who would love to stay in the Dome Home.
At a glance, you would perhaps wonder if you would be comfortable inside or if the house is indeed as simple as it looks. But everyone would agree that this is something worth taking a picture of!
Made entirely from natural materials, the living room is warm and inviting. Both the interior and the exterior are painted orange, so it gives off a warm and tropical feel to it.
Check out the view by the way. Imagine looking at this at night! Mysterious yet peaceful!
The kitchen is simple yet efficient. Eat and cook your meals right here!
The small table at the corner and everything else in the room is the same color as the walls of this Dome Home in Thailand.
Although you may wonder, ‘Where are the refrigerator and the stove? How can we cook?’.
Well, its actually behind the grass mat under the kitchen counter! Wow!
Cook meals at this swing-out stove and washes your dishes on this glass sink!
Quite innovative, right? This makes us think of an RV home with its movable fixtures.
Want a shower? Well, the dome home’s shower is equally as inviting and as unique as the entire house!
See the plants and the stones around it? It’s like taking a bath outside!
The owner also used the same colored stones on the floor as the wall, though he used smaller pebbles on the wall.
Now, this sink made us look twice! It is supported by a large vase.
Woah! Check out its bamboo waterfall faucet! Talk about freshwater!
The owner even used a coconut shell as a soap container.
The bedroom would make you want to sleep or curl up the entire day. We love how they place those small lights on the wall for a more seductive and enticing ambiance.
Those mats on the windows are also inviting. You can definitely enjoy the views from the outside right here.
Step-out and check out the Sala (also known as the Gazebo), on top of the bedroom. Interesting stairs, wouldn’t you agree?
And wow! Look at that! Imagine spending a quiet afternoon here? The owner cleverly created their own private space at the top!
The Dome Home also has a small pond outside and is connected to the house.
Check out the view as the water reflects the light! Beautiful!
So you see? Even the simplest of things can create an equally magical and interesting masterpiece!
We sure would love to visit this dome home and be one with nature! Maybe you can try and build something similar to this!