A glamorous neutral transitional yurt was outfitted with suspended custom canvas fabrics which act as walls and offer privacy and protection from the elements, making for a comfortable outdoor retreat. A washstand was made from reclaimed wood, while the structure also has one shower and plenty of storage.
Two neglected yurts on this 106-acre Santa Barbara, Calif., ranch were converted from neglected storage spaces into glamorous outdoor retreats. Custom canvas walls provide privacy and protection from the elements, while a reclaimed-wood washstand and shower make for comfortable, convenient outdoor living.
On season seven of HGTV Design Star, the contestants were each asked to design a yurt. Contestant Danielle's finished space has a warm, collected feel with a contemporary edge. "She left no area completely unattended to...that's the biggest thing in this room that makes it a success," judge Genevieve Gorder said.