5m Dome Range
The Compact Glamper: Small in Size, Big on Charm and Affordability
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The 5m King Dome, with 19.6m² floor space, is reminiscent of a cosy, intimate hideaway. This is the minimalistic glamping experience, ideal for those who prefer to spend most of their time outdoors, exploring and adventuring, but who also want a comfortable and secure place to rest at night.
Feel & Vibe
Inside a 5m King Dome, you'll feel close to nature. The vibe is cosy, simple, and intimate. The smaller size makes it perfect for cuddling up with a good book or sharing secrets under the stars. This dome has just enough room for the essentials and nothing more, promoting a minimalistic, 'less is more' atmosphere.
What can the 5m fit?
Essentially a queen bed, 2 person seating area with coffee table, some storage for the guests and perhaps a small wet bar with tea/coffee facilities, bench space and mini fridge. You may be able to fit a small bathroom inside but you will have to compromise on seating areas and limit it to sitting on the bed (or possibly looking at a murphy bed).
The biggest advantage of a 5m King Dome is its simplicity. It's cost-effective, easy to maintain, and heats up quickly in colder weather due to its smaller size. Also, its smaller footprint allows it to fit into tighter spaces, providing more options for placement.
The main disadvantage of a 5m King Dome is its limited space. Fitting in additional amenities like a kitchen or bathroom might make the space feel cramped. It's more suitable for shorter stays or for individuals and couples who don't mind the lack of extra amenities.
Con to Pro
To maximize the use of space in a 5m King Dome, consider multifunctional or foldable furniture. For instance, a sofa bed can serve as both seating and a bed, and a foldable table can be packed away when not in use. Built-in storage solutions like under-bed storage or overhead cupboards can also be utilized to keep the space organized and cluter-free. Consider that your guest may prefer cooking or bathing outside which essentially turns the 5m into a sleeping and rest area.