(Victorian style tree-home in Fall City, WA, built Autumn 2003) TreeHouse Workshop - International tree houses and commercial treehouses by Pete Nelson and THW builders
The girl down the street had my dreamhouse when I was growing up with electricity, water everything wonderful. I loved to play house and would have loved that play house. So daddy made me an A frame house and I spent hours in it. fun fun fun
now thats a tree house!
Queen Anne Victorian Treehouse! Awesome for kids playhouse!
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decorology: Amazing Treehouses I'd actually live in
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The most beautiful tree house. This book (http://www.amazon.co.uk/Treehouse-Book-Peter-Nelson/dp/0789304112/ref=sr_1_5?ie=UTF8=1307361332=8-5) is full of lovely pictures.
This is a awesome treehouse. Me want.
magic treehouse- I so want this!
Umm.. I'm just going to come out and say it, if you don't think treehouses are awesome, then we probably can't be friends... It's nothing personal, per se.. More just something that's "rooted" (ha!) in fundamental values... or the possibility that you were never a child. However, if you're open to me trying to change your mind about these ethereal wonders of the world, then there might be hope for our friendship after all. If so, my campaign begins: NOW. This post was inspired by my latest addiction... Treehouse Masters. A TV show of which the title leaves little to the imagination about the topic of the show but which the content contained within this wild series is beyond your imagination. It's a show on Animal Planet (huh?) about this builder/dad/treehouse-fanatic who is known in the treehouse world as THE GUY if you're in the market for a dwelling amongst the leaves. The show follows him around as he builds tree houses for people who have commissioned him to build their fantasy foliage flat. And if that topic weren't enthralling enough, the host, Pete Nelson, is a hoot to watch ( treehouse pun points?). I HIGHLY recommend it. But enough about my slothful habits, let's get on with it shall we? I may still have some convincing to do! I've compiled a cornucopia of tricked out treehouses to incite your envy and show you how these elevated abodes can blend nature and comfort in perfectly magical way. Essentially a home in the sky, a treehouse is the closest our modern world has come to taking full advantage of our air rights. And if that real estate concept doesn't get you all hot and bothered about tree houses, then maybe these architectural masterpieces I've "rustled up," will. Prepare to be BLOWN away (bahaha!) So sit your trunk down and enjoy the show! (last one, I swear). And of course, I would be remiss to leave out every little girl's dream treehouse... #iwasroberta But my favorite is and always will be, The Swiss Family Robinson Treehouse. Check back tomorrow as I'll be revealing the interiors of some of these perched palaces! ... I'm "stumped" for a parting comment so this will have to do! :)
Remodeler Paul Lesieur writes about childhood, his first tree fort, and the skills he would eventually apply to a career in building.
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Stay in a tree house! 17 most unique hotels in the West | TreeHouse Point, Snoqualmie Valley, WA | Sunset.com
20 most unique hotels in the West | TreeHouse Point, Snoqualmie Valley, WA | Sunset.com | I've already stayed in 1/20 of these [Rolling Huts in Methow Valley, WA] and back in high school, used to party in the Kokopelli Cave Bed and Breakfast LONG before it was a B (just an empty cave)!
TreeHouse Point, 10 minutes from Snoqualmie Falls, WA is a treehouse utopia with handmade quilts on built-in cedar beds plus giant hammocks hung 18 feet high, trails leading to a rocky river-front beach, and a night sky filled with stars that you feel just a smidge closer to. From $195, including breakfast. www.treehousepoint.com
TreeHouse Point near Snoqualmie Falls, WA. cons: for price no bathrooms near tree houses and some are apparently really close to heavy road traffic. Nice idea though.
TreeHouse Point, Snoqualmie Valley, WA built-in cedar beds, leather reading chairs, hand- made quilts. At TreeHouse Point, 10 minutes from Snoqualmie Falls, Pete Nelson has created a treehouse utopia—plus giant hammocks hung 18 feet high, trails leading to a rocky riverfront beach, The Temple of the Blue Moon is accessed by a swaying bridge that shakes the house when someone walks the planks. From $195, including breakfast; treehousepoint.com
TreeHouse Point, Snoqualmie Valley WA treehousepoint.com
A tiny house in the trees, maybe?`
Yoga tree fort
Baseboard vacuum....going into my dream home FOR SURE!!!! Love! Dream house tree house.