There’s a Dome of a Home Going Up On Pensacola Beach! Dome of a Home — Before constructing this fabulous Monolithic Dome, the Siglers had to provide written confirmation of its acceptance by neighbors. An overwhelming 97% responded favorably. (Chris Stickney) Spacious living area — The Siglers wanted a home to return to after a hurricane. Research convinced them to build a Monolithic Dome that could withstand 300+ mph winds and tremendous storm surges. Comfortable conversation areas — Every level of Dome of a Home has well planned, inviting spots. Loft — Young guests love climbing up into the lofts at Dome of a Home. Just for the gourmet chef! — This masterfully designed kitchen is a pleasure to work in and maintain. Ultimate privacy — This master bedroom features a canopied, fully curtained queen-size bed. Master bath — You can relax in the generously proportioned whirlpool tub or on a soft leather sofa. Second guest bedroom — It has a comfortable, queen-size bed and an unusual chest. Third guest bedroom — Night stands and dressers in this bedroom have a natural wood finish. Fourth guest bedroom — It’s done in shades of soft lilac. Fifth guest bedroom — It features a sleigh bed and marble topped tables. Guest bath — It includes lighted mirrors and plenty of storage space. Patio — Walls enhanced with swaying palms and blue skies make the beach seem like a part of this enclosed patio. How about a cookout? — Dome of a Home’s grill area provides everything but the steaks. Balcony — It curves around the dome. Sparkling beach — At Dome of a Home you can skip down the front stairway and into the ocean. Super vacation spot — Once completed, the owners made Dome of a Home available as a vacation rental.