Keeping Up With the Joneses The Jones Monolithic Dome Home — The family made picture boards about this dome and its qualities. They would place these in the driveway and answer questions from curious visitors. A family do-it-yourself project — From 1994 to 1997 the Jones family continued working on their home at a total construction cost of $114.000. It appraised at $170.000. Beautiful finishes — Some areas, such as the dining room, have a simulated oak floor. Real hardwood was used for the baseboards and trim throughout the house. Serene cooking and dining — The dome’s openness and quiet continually amaze their visitors, especially those who had never been in a dome. Angles — Owners used unique angles to get the most from their kitchen. The way up! — This L-shaped stairway includes an attractive, solid oak banister with swirl accents. Master suite — This spacious bedroom includes a curved ceiling and bay windows. Bedroom — This second-floor bedroom shows how usable the room is even though the dome wall comes in further. Pink! — It’s a girl’s bedroom — no doubt about that! Master bath — This well planned, attractive bathroom is the result of some serious shopping. Garage — Once the Jones family moved into their dome-home, they began working on the attached garage. Site with a view — This Monolithic Dome home sits on a hill, above Craig, Colorado, at an elevation of 6200 feet. A long-term project — It took the Jones family 2 1/2 years to finish their dream home.