Treehotel in the forests of Swedish Lapland. designed by Stockholm-based architects SandellSandberg Forests, Treehouse Hotels, Sweden, Wood, Trees Houses, Cabins, Blue Cones, Red Houses, Contemporary Design
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Warning: Bold red ahead. At the Treehotel in the forests of Swedish Lapland, a single cabin is painted an unexpected shade of crimson. The hotel is a cluster of five treehouses, designed by prominent architects, with the aim of helping guests reconnect with nature. In this cabin, designed by Stockholm-based architects SandellSandberg, the reddest of reds is coupled with a tranquil interior palette of white, light wood, and gray. For booking information, visit Treehotel.
Stay in a Tree House: SwedenL - Treehotel, Harads All are elevated between 12 and 20 feet off the ground and look out over the traditional village of Harads to the Lulea River. In typical Scandinavian fashion, Treehotel also has a sauna -- only it's a circular pod hoisted seven feet up.
Classical white stone surround and funky carved door on stucco in Stockholm, Sweden
Combo stone and pea gravel. Areas for humans and dogs Small garden for a small backyard: For the beds, Welti chose plants—boxwood clipped into balls, Solomon's seal, Russian sage, Mexican feather grass, and hydrangeas— that would co-exist harmoniously and stand up to heat.