Oahu Custom Yurts Made in Hawaii
If you need design assistance, such as deck plans, best floor options, or suggested elevation, ― just ask.
Shop and order BACKYARD 12’2″ yurt model, 119.9 square feet at $4,999 OR MALAMA 16′ model, 201 square feet at $7,999 here.
Recommendations for architectural plans are available, ― with or without a permit goal.
More tips on the Yurt Living Blog.
Our lowest standard wall height is 7-feet tall (other manufacturers start at 5-feet).
One door included. You may consider constructing a deck, canopy, or roof outside the door.
Two 9-foot long clear vinyl roll-up windows with sewn-in screen. The roll-up can be interior or exterior.
Can I have more than 2 windows?
Yes, you can even have a wall section roll up instead of the window, but there may be an upgrade fee.
Buyer decides, but pay attention to typical wind and rain direction. Also note sunrise and sunset locations, which will vary per season.
Clear sunroof dome with screen to vent air.
The Backyard model can fit a twin or double sized bed. Drawers below the bed are recommended. The larger yurts can accommodate king-sized bedding, pending on your layout design.
Inquire for swatches to view. Select for (1) roof, (2) main wall, and (3) base wall.
Plumbing with a water catchment is most common in Hawaii and a PVC flex rain gutter can be attached under the roof seam onto the rafters.
With solar, wind, or electric power, a standard 36-inch ceiling fan may be mounted under the dome.
50% of yurt cost order deposit; balance due plus shipping cost from Oahu upon manufacturer’s completion.
Shipping rates do vary almost on a daily basis, but expect between $100 to $250 freight cost from Honolulu to Hilo or Kona.
30 days for standard production, from date of deposit to ship-ready completion.