An oak pergola, weathered to an attractive silver gray, marks the entrance to the house, ushering visitors down a York stone pathway. Traditional herbs of lavender, purple sage, and bronze fennel line the beds, heralding back to the site’s agricultural roots. At the end, a glazed ceramic urn provides a focal point. Photo by: Elliot Hook.
These luxury Wedding Yurts have been designed to to host intimate wedding receptions and are the perfect alternative to a traditional marquee. Wedding Yurts is the dream of Lizzie and Jim and they strive to deliver an intimate and bespoke service offering expertly crafted packages. Based in Bristol, the Wedding Yurts team cover the UK spreading their yurt love!
This kiva takes the form of a fireplace with stucco facing, an arched firebox, and a beehive shape. Instead of typical masonry construction, the kiva started as a prefabricated metal firebox and chimney. Concrete blocks covered with stucco achieve the finished look for a fraction of the cost of an all-stucco structure.