Treehouse design is climbing to new heights. Innovative designers and builders around the globe are raising the bar -- and the roofs -- on these lofty structures. Among this creative clan is Seattle-based Treehouse Workshop, which has built some of the world's most inspiring tree houses!
The firm's principal, Peter Nelson, has been advocating arboreal design for more than a decade with popular coffee table books like "New Treehouses of the World," published in 2009 and pictured at right.
The stunning design pictured below is one of the firm's projects.
Pictured at right and below, left, is a quaint Victorian design with board and batten siding.
The storybook design on the right, below, incorporates a picturesque assemblage of river rocks at its base.
The traditional designs that follow are clad with board and batten siding (left) and wood shingles (right).
Once again, the design that follows looks as if it came from the pages of a storybook. The "leaning" chimney and "sagging" stairway enhance the storybook appeal!
The traditional designs pictured below, as well as the more contemporary design in the second row, right, boast spacious outdoor decks.
Elevating tree house design to even greater heights are the two-story examples that follow!
TreeHouse Workshop's charming shingled design, pictured below, sports a suspension bridge for a dramatic entrance!
And if you are a do-it-yourselfer, the TreeHouse Workshop also provides treehouse plans and conducts seminars and workshops to teach you how to build it yourself.
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