Garden Igloo

Oct 15, 2015

Category: Living

You don’t need a deck in your backyard to enjoy a meal or a few brews outdoors. Now, you can own a Garden Igloo, which turns the idea of a backyard hideout on its head.

The frame is made into a dome using PVC struts and high-strength nylon joints, and it’s covered with a transparent PVC cover. It stands at over seven feet tall at its highest point, and is almost 12 feet in diameter. And if you’re not into being exposed to those around you, there’s an optional cover that provides some privacy. The igloo is rust and rot free, and it has a low impact on nature. Buyers can easily put it together, as the instructions are simple. It’s also noteworthy that it’s extremely strong for its weight, so it won’t just blow over at the first gust of wind. It’s available now for $1,000. [Purchase]

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