Are You Living in Hawaii and Thinking About Living in a Yurt?

Living in paradise can be expensive. Not anymore. Yurt living has become Hawaii’s newest housing sensation. They’re not just for camping anymore! 

These funky, ready-to-pop domiciles are gaining mainstream appeal and are riding the housing market’s newest wave of living “green.” Easy to build, easy to portage (if you so desire) and easy on the eyes, you and your yurt could be the envy of all your neighbors!

DIY Network’s new series, Love Yurts, is looking for couples, families and singles living in Hawaii who dream of building a chic yurt retreat over the next four to six months.

The show will spotlight clients and the Love Yurts builders as they customize selected yurt bungalows to be as unique as their owners! Featured “yurt-owners” will be required to cover the cost of the yurt build themselves, but participation on our show guarantees that the Love Yurts builders will build the most hip and tricked out yurt you’ve ever imagined!

Please send an email to loveyurts.casting@dorseytv.com and include your contact information, what about “yurt living” appeals to you, and a couple of fun pictures of you and your family.

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