Just when you thought that glamour and rustic were two adjectives that could not sit well together, there is a yurt (yes yes I said a yurt) that comes around to prove the contrary. In Jackson, Wyoming, sits Megan Eaton Griswold’s yurt. You know that circular tent on a collapsible framework, used by nomads in Mongolia, Siberia, and Turkey?
Stunning in shades of white, the bohemian-inspired abode is filled with design classics such as the white Panton chairs, the Series 7 barstool in bubblegum pink and tubular Michael Anastassiades lighting. The singular portable habitation is full of delightful contradictions that render the space irresistible. I mean think of dragging in an 800 pounds Carrara marble counter on a sleigh to the yurt. You can hardly get more permanent than this don’t you think?