Category Archives for "Tree House"
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
by Jay Duffy I have a little documentary that Kirsten Dirksen of faircompanies.com put together for us and I’d love to share it with you and the rest of the tiny house community. It’s a video about a tree-house for grown ups that I built using 90% recycled materials. Here is what Kirsten has to […]Continue reading
If you’ve always wanted your camping experience to be more elevated, the new Stingray Tent, built by UK company Tenstile and distributed in San Francisco, is a new design that looks like a floating sea creature. The Stingray, which can be set up on the ground or suspended in the air is a three season […]Continue reading
To kick off the official start of summer in the Northern Hemisphere, I thought I would add a little color to the Tiny House Blog with some tiny houses from Belize, the land of perpetual summer. My husband and I recently returned from the tropical country where we stayed on several cayes (pronounced keys) and […]Continue reading