Category Archives for "Tree House"
Tucked into the Ozark Mountains of Northwest Arkansas is the tiny, historical town of Eureka Springs. The hilly town’s population is only about 2,000 people, but the trees number in the hundreds of thousands. This might just make Eureka Springs the ideal place for treehouses since they seem to be everywhere. Eureka Springs, Arkansas might […]Continue reading
Inspired by the waterway views from some newly purchased land in Maine, builders and artists Loren Francis, Ida Lennestål, Marsha Dunn and Philip Francis decided that the best structure to take advantage of the vistas would be a tree house. Seguin tree dwellings are located in Georgetown, Maine. Consequently not just one tree house, but […]Continue reading
My name is Lori and I too have a love of tiny spaces but also of tree houses. And I love camping but also modern conveniences. All of these loves inspired Glamping at Deer Camp and can be found by googling that title and on Facebook. It is a 12×12 cabin, with an outdoor kitchen […]Continue reading
This treehouse was built by an 11-year-old boy and his mom. It took him 2.5 years to complete. Grant designed the treehouse and led the project. He used youtube videos to learn almost everything needed to know about building and construction. Green, reclaimed, recycled or repurposed materials were used everywhere possible. Everything was built from […]Continue reading
“TREE HOUSE A tree house, a free house, A secret you and me house, A high up in the leafy branches Cozy as can be house.” ~ Shel Silverstein Where The Sidewalk Ends There is something magical about living in a treehouse. It is the idea of being so close to nature that it literally […]Continue reading