It's one thing to design your home's exterior to fit in well with the neighborhood, but this house takes that idea to a whole new level. The camouflage home in Lamy, New Mexico, about 20 miles from Santa Fe, seems to almost disappear into the surrounding rocky desert landscape.
Designed by Norah Pierson, a Santa Fe jeweler, this 2,300-square-foot home isn't actually made from rock at all. She covered a typical abode with a polyurethane spray foam that's usually used as insulation to give it a stone-like look and then tinted it to match the environment.
Surprisingly, this isn't the only house we've come across that closely resembles the Flintstone's home. Dick Clark also owned a property in California that looks more like it belonged in Bedrock. Scroll through the slideshow below to take a peek.
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