Tree House Ideas – Home Design, Garden & Architecture Blog Magazine Interior Design, DIY Creative Ideas, Craft, Home and Garden Ideas | GoodsHomeDesign Wed, 06 Dec 2023 20:08:51 +0000 en-US hourly 1 Sleep in a Cosy Norwegian Forest Treehouse Overlooking a Fjord Wed, 06 Dec 2023 20:08:51 +0000

Nestled near the picturesque town of Odda in Norway, the Woodnest Treehouse stands as a testament to the harmonious fusion of nature and architecture. Perched in a serene forest overlooking the breathtaking Hardanger Fjord, this stunning accommodation offers guests a unique and cozy retreat amidst the treetops. The brainchild of Sally and Kjartan Aano, a husband and wife team with a passion for creating unforgettable experiences, Woodnest Treehouse brings to life a dreamy escape suspended in the embrace of nature.

Collaborating with Norwegian architects Helen&Hard, the Aano duo transformed their vision into reality, resulting in two remarkable treehouses that blend seamlessly with the surrounding landscape. Each treehouse is ingeniously designed, featuring a single tree running through the middle, providing a sense of unity with the forest. Despite their modest size at just 15 square meters, these snug retreats accommodate up to four people comfortably. Guests are treated to modern amenities, including electricity, a compact kitchenette, a stovetop, a mini fridge, and high-speed Wi-Fi, ensuring a perfect balance between rustic charm and contemporary comfort.

What sets Woodnest Treehouse apart is its commitment to providing a luxurious experience in a compact space. The treehouses boast flushing toilets and showers, offering convenience without compromising on the immersive natural setting. Adding to the allure, under-floor heating ensures that even on chilly winter nights, guests can enjoy the warmth of their woodland sanctuary. It’s an architectural marvel that not only captures the essence of Norwegian wilderness but elevates the concept of treehouse living to new heights.

In the heart of this Norwegian forest, Sally and Kjartan Aano have created a space where guests can escape the hustle and bustle of daily life and reconnect with nature. Woodnest Treehouse is not just a place to stay; it’s an immersive experience. As the soft glow from the treehouse windows illuminates the darkened forest, guests can unwind, surrounded by the magic of the trees and the soothing melody of the Hardanger Fjord in the background. Woodnest Treehouse invites travellers to embrace the extraordinary and make memories suspended among the branches in this enchanting woodland retreat. Head to the treehouse’s website and book your stay, starting from $300 per day.

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Amazing Treehouse in Asheville Combines Simple Living with Luxury Tue, 14 Nov 2023 16:35:36 +0000

Hidden among the lush canopies of Asheville, United States, “The Nest” treehouse stands as a breathtaking testament to the harmonious fusion of nature and luxury. Perched high in the branches of a majestic oak tree, this enchanting retreat beckons travelers to escape the ordinary and embrace the extraordinary. The exterior of “The Nest” is a masterpiece of craftsmanship, with rustic wood and large, panoramic windows that offer unrivaled views of the surrounding forest. A charming wooden bridge, suspended between branches, serves as the entrance, leading guests to the door of their treetop refuge.

Inside, “The Nest” seamlessly combines rustic charm with modern comfort. The interior is decorated with warm wooden furnishings, plush cushions, and large, strategically placed windows that flood the space with natural light. The crowning jewel of this surreal house is its ingenious incorporation of running hot water, which means guests can enjoy all the perks of modern living while staying connected with nature. “The Nest” treehouse redefines the concept of luxury accommodation, inviting guests to immerse themselves in the serenity of the treetops with the comfort of modern amenities at their fingertips.


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Squirrel Tree House Feeder Fri, 18 Dec 2020 00:16:28 +0000

Invite various species of birds and squirrels into your outdoor living spaces by hanging this natural-looking birdhouse outdoors from a tree branch or even a post nearby your outdoor patio (or garden). This birdhouse can also add a farmhouse flair to your other outside decorations in almost all times of the year. It will add artsy vibes to your yard or patio, while keeping feathered friends safe. This Squirrel and Bird house can fit in other outdoor areas of the home, matching with your various natural-looking springtime decorations, that may also provide a feeling of life on the farm.

Add this squirrel and bird feeder to your backyard or porch and relax to the sounds of the melodic sounds of birds chirping, while giving your lawn or garden a classic country and farmhouse vibe.

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World’s Tallest Tree House Sat, 22 Apr 2017 17:47:22 +0000

The next piece of home design is truly mind-blowing. When you first mention a tree-house to someone, they expect you present a small structure not a four-level high jaw-dropping structure. The awesome tree-house featured here took almost 11 years to complete. Located in Tennessee, US, it is supported by 6 oak trees and a quarter of a million nails were supposedly used to build it. The owner, Horace Burgess, managed to create 3,000 square meters of living space. Even going through all the rooms of the gargantuan tree-house is an adventure in itself. But you won’t get bored in this tree-house quickly. It has an incredible swing, a basketball hoop, and it also features a church bell, weighing almost half a ton! The impressive structure is quite dangerous because there are concerns it can catch very easily on fire, and being so large, it could have disastrous effects. This treehouse is incredible!

Horace, who lived in the 10-story wooden house, said he begun to build in 1993 after he received a vision from God, who said he would never run out of materials if he built it.
The enormous tree house is a whopping 10,000 square feet but only cost Horace $12,000 thanks to his thrifty use of recycled materials.

The tree house in Crossville Tennessee, the tallest in the world and took 11 years for builder Horace Burgess to finish

Hard work: The entire house took more than 268,000 nails to build – and a lot of elbow grease

Read all visitors reviews on Trip Advisor

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Childhood Dream Come True: A Treehouse, Skate Bowl And A Wood Fired Soaking Tub Fri, 26 Feb 2016 14:03:11 +0000 the-cinder-cone_architecture-1

You might think a tree-house is the child dream you never accomplished. With all your strength, savings, that dream can become reality, fast!  The self-built tree-house we’re featuring in the pictures is amazing. In the Spring of 2014 a small group of close friends broke ground on a building project in Skamania County, Washington in the Columbia River Gorge. The building processed is all detailed in a book you can get. But as you can see from the images, the process of raising the structure in a superb environment will go just fine. The Cinder Cone is Foster Huntington’s short film that documents this year-long process of building his dream home with this community of tight knit friends.









All images © Foster Huntington

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Cool Dom’Up Treehouse Sat, 23 May 2015 17:18:13 +0000 Dom-Up-Treehouse-1

Are dreaming of having your own tree house that is both relaxing and luxurious? The Dom’Up tree house is an innovative design and was developed by Bruno de Grunne who is a Dutch arboriculturist and Nicolas d’Ursel a talented architect. The structure of the design is inspired by tree houses and camping tents and the inventors combined these two in order to get this fabulous piece. The Dom’Up tree house is very easy to install and deeply environmentally friendly as it will leave no mark on the environment once you pack it. It has a spacious interior, perfect for a romantic getaway in the woods and an open space that will let you enjoy the beauties of nature and plenty of fresh air. Check out the entire gallery below to convince yourself about the greatness of this design.






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Fairytale Treehouse In Japan Mon, 15 Dec 2014 23:32:44 +0000 Fairy-tale-Treehouse-1

Have you ever dreamed spending time in a beautiful tree house when you were a kid? Where we’ve found the treehouse of our dreams and it is located in Hokuto, Japan. As Japan is well-known about the abundance of cherry blossom trees, it is not a surprise that these surround this astonishing small house too. Just imagine how great it would be to spend to relaxing moments there, while enjoying a nice cup of coffee with a special someone. The house was designed by architect, Terunobu Fujimori and it was built for a museum, called Kiyoharu Shirakaba Museum. This fairytale-like house is a teahouse that pays respect to the magnificent cherry blossoms. The structure of the house is incredibly stable, so it can stay untouched during every season and in any kind of weather. If you’re planning a trip to Japan, make sure to include this beautiful tree house in your trip too.





The idea of climbing a tree for shelter, or just to see the earth from another perspective, is surely as old as humanity. Tree houses are chronicled in ancient civilizations and their lore crosses through the history of every part of the world where trees grow…Read more in the link below…

Tree Houses: Fairy Tale Castles in the Air

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Livable Treehouses Fri, 10 Oct 2014 23:25:09 +0000 treehouse-home-design

Even though a tree-house might evoke feelings of playtime and adventure, there are people who actually live, day by day, in such a structure, high up into the trees. The project you see in the photos is an actual livable home in the French Alps. Imagine yourself lounging in a warm place like this after a nice walk in the snowy woods. Maybe you’ve collected some wood for the fire or maybe you foraged or hunted for something to eat, the well-equipped tree-house offers a cozy ambient for you. The interior design is simple but you could change it in order to fit your personality. Designers Patrice and Hugo Bernard made sure the small home in the trees has everything you might want in a regular house. The kitchen has all facilities and the bedroom holds a large bed in which you can easily fall asleep. Take a look over the photos to get a better idea of what it means to actually live in a tree-house.

  • a tree house perched 9 metres off the floor and secured to the surrounding pine trees









More info: Les Ecotagnes

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Unusual And Comfortable Treehouse – A Nest For The Whole Family Wed, 08 Oct 2014 16:17:02 +0000 Tree-houses

Tree-houses have gone a long way from a children’s play area to a regular day-to-day place for living. You can find a lot of great examples of modern tree-houses on the internet nowadays. The architecture is truly inspiring and can make you, as an adult, want to move in a tree-house pretty soon. The Treehouse Djuren, located in Gross Ippener in Northern Germany, has the signature of the popular design firm, Baumraum. The structure is placed on 4 strong pillars lodged into a sturdy cement base. And definitely worth noticing, even though it is a tree-house, the home is actually built near the tree, while the stairs are on it. The interiors are very lovely and will make the ambience and all of your time spent there a lot more comfortable. Browse through all of the photos and change your opinion of tree-houses. Maybe even consider moving in to such a beautiful structure.









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