Just what would a yurt look like on the inside? Let me give you a pictorial tour of my previous home (little text).
Is this a candidate for House Beautiful? Far from it. Still, a unique adventure.
The bed is the best object in the yurt – actually a very good bed. The sink is impractical and takes up too much room. The kitchen includes a single burner plate, a toaster oven (a good one), a rice cooker, a coffee pot, and a griddle. I make these work for me. The old refrigerator needs to be defrosted every week or two. The wardrobe is functional. Control Central at 3-feet square for working and eating is totally impractical.
The walls are heavy canvas which undulate with the wind. They are covered inside with crisscross slats. There are two large, screened windows on the side, which each have an external heavy plastic shield that can be rolled up in hot weather. There is a large round daylight “window” typical of yurts. You can see a bit of this in last week’s blog.
Altogether, living in a yurt is certainly a new experience to add to my life’s experiences. I’ll look back on this someday and marvel that I lived here.
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Thanks! I’ve been waiting to see what the yurt looked like inside. That was fun
WOW, very different,but adventure for awhile, not something for long term living. Hope you are happy and enjoying your new adventure. Glad for you.
We don’t have to look back and marvel at where and how you’re living — we are marveling right now. This is certainly a minimalist living quarters.
Interesting. The sink looks like PlaySkol. Cozy – except for the wind, I suppose.