Musician, photographer, English teacher and now architect and designer? Steve Areen along with friends Hajjar and Tao built this tiny Thai dome home for just $6,000! Constructed from cement blocks and clay bricks, this lovely home with it all it's soft curves and round domes is warm, inviting and intriguing. Built in the midst of a lush organic mango farm in northeast Thailand, he built this tiny Thai dome home for just $6,000, in only 6 weeks! The process was fast and affordable which resulted in a beautiful, durable and funky home. The main dome hosts the main living space including a tiny but functional kitchen. A large window allows the water from the lotus pond to reflect, shimmer and dance across the interior walls. The jungle themed bathroom has many unique and creative features such as a sink built from local pottery and a really cool waterfall faucet!
Check out Steve's clever use of baskets, bead necklaces, bamboo mats and river rock! You will find lots of terrific, unique and inspiring interior decorating and designs ideas that will resonate with those who are frugal, creative and do it yourself kinda people. Rounded window seats make a cozy place to read a book, gaze at the gorgeous view or strum a few cords on the guitar. Rest, relax and dream the day away in the rooftop gazebo, complete with it's own grass roof. Building this tiny Thai dome home for just $6,000 had some challenges. Having curved walls makes building shelves a bit difficult. Steve met the this challenge with great success and there is lots of places to store and display his treasures. Using reclaimed hardwood he fashioned stairs climbing up to the gazebo. A gorgeous reclaimed mahogany door flanked with diamond side lights welcomes visitors. There are so many cool and fascinating things to see inside this home. Head on over to 'Steve Areen' to take a photo tour and see how he built this tiny Thai dome home for just $6,000! Or simply follow the link below.