I’m going to TRY to keep y’all up to date on the progress (its slow, I know) of the yurt addition I am adding here at the JuicyMaters homestead. I keep trying to remember to take pictures of everything as I add the bedroom/yurt to what was the entire yurt home until I married a gal named Cindy and her daughter, Sarah, but sometimes I forget. A note here on the room in a yurt. Its great for one person, and its great for two, and it might even be great for a couple with a baby, but for two[read more...]
Redefining your Bathroom: Rustic Edition Going all-out to redesign and completely renovate your bathroom to reflect your love for rustic décor is not necessary. You can add a few touches here and some decorations there and make a significant difference. Take, for example, some window shutters made of unfinished and older wood. While not drastically changing the room or an expensive addition it certainly makes a difference and really livens-up the bathroom. If you’re short on other rustic bathroom ideas, consider some of these as well: Mirror bordered by unfinished wood For bathrooms with a simple hanging mirror that[read more...]
Hi folks! I hope everyone had as good a Thanksgiving as me and are looking forward to a great celebration of Christ’s birth! I’m expecting a great Christmas and New Year and hope y’all are too! I’ve got a secret as to what is going to make New Years so fantastic here at JuicyMaters, and I’ll share that with you in the next couple of weeks, but right now I want to talk to the folks who visit JuicyMaters to get information about yurts. Are you beyond just interested in yurts? Do you KNOW you want to own and live[read more...]
When I ask “who are y’all”, it is YOU I am asking. Not some other person who might be reading this a city or state or even country away from you..and not even that visiting neighbor who is reading this over your shoulder, but YOU! You see…I kinda know who you are in a general sort of way. The software I use to maintain my websites tells me little about my readers. For example, I know that 86% of my readers use the Firefox browser. I know that my “average” reader is a 34 year old stay at home mom,[read more...]
After doing my weekly new scan for several topics, including yurts, I discovered this week that the perception of us yurt-ers is changing, that we are being considered less weird, becoming more and more accepted, and looked at as being less and less…well…less and less “nuts”. We seem to have become just a bit ahead of the curve, and yurts are becoming “trendy”!