I may have already pinned this treehouse/garden shed/outdoor space/children's playhouse. The concept of the house on stilts or a stand is brilliant. I've got Russ at least thinking about doing this. LJH

Magic Treehouse In The City

Treehouses do not need to be all right angles.

Bluebird Treehouse The Zip Line Ride take-off is from the deck. The 50' long cable is anchor high above to the tree and the other end of the cable is secured to a 2nd tree. Just grab the disk seat and jump off for a fast, fun and thrilling ride.

Scramble Nets for treehouses by Treehouse Life "...a world away from everyday"

How to Build a Treehouse, I need one for Emilio.

Cozy treeless treehouse. I'd go outside for this.

Tree houses

The most beautiful tree houses from around the world. Breathtaking! http://www.boredpanda.org/beautiful-treehouses-from-all-over-the-world/#post0

Tree house anyone? View tree houses of different shapes and sizes in this album here: http://theownerbuildernetwork.co/vo53 Is building a tree house on your backyard project list?

As a parent, you surely know how important it is your children to have a playhouse in the home. In a child’s development, a playhouse not only provides a great place for fun games, but also can help your kids to express their creativity. Building a backyard playhouse for your kids is the best options, […]

Bamboo Treehouse In Bali Is Pretty Much A Mansion In The Sky (PHOTOS)

Who and What I am into this Week: My Cool Shed

8' x 12' Rectangular Treehouse Plan - SWINGS hanging underneath

From my visit to the inimitable nest of Sandy Jacobs (see my book Handmade Houses for a complete look at Jacobs's home). Photo Richard Olsen.

Great backyard tree house-- and how fun is the shaded "lower story?!" | Via Brisbane Kids

magical treehouse

Cabin built for $500 with re-purposed windows in the mountains of West Virginia (with probably very little energy efficiency, but hey, it's pretty).

treehouse inspiration challenge accepted!!!!

Treehouse/Playhouse | Do It Yourself Home Projects from Ana White

Don’t use too many fasteners. One large bolt is better than many screws or nails. You get the same strength but with fewer puncture wounds to the tree. Whenever possible, perch your tree house on top of fasteners rather than pinning beams to the tree. This gives the tree room to move and grow. Even for smaller, lighter tree houses where the load is spread over three or four attachment points, consider using 1-in.- or 1-1/4-in.-diameter lag bolts.