Romee & Ruud were indie folk musicians traveling the Netherlands in their amazing green VW bus, but had the desire to put down some roots. So they built a wooden yurt from all kinds of recycled, reclaimed and thrifted materials.
The inside of the yurt is typical studio-style with a loft bedroom and oodles of plants. One of the unique features of this home is that it’s designed to be taken apart and moved if they ever need to relocate — not unlike the Mongolian yurts that started this round home trend centuries ago. What do you think?
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It’s Designed to Be Transportable If Needed!
View looking down from the loft.
Sunshine pouring in from the rooftop.
Notice all the thrifted shelves on the wall.
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- Designed around recycled windows and doors
- Plywood flooring and ceiling materials
- Designed to be disassembled if needed
- Loft bedroom
- Thrifted bookshelves and spice racks
- Pellet stove for heating
- Indoor swing!
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