While dome homes in the Southwest are common, this home’s upturned edges bring to mind a classic of Southwestern decor: the sombrero. This cowboy home resides in Golden, CO, and was built in 1969 out of polyurethane foam. The building materials mean that the home stays cool and requires very little maintenance. The home sits near many hiking and riding trails, and the inside of the home is light and airy, the perfect cowboy retreat.
See more photos of the sombrero home here.