Tree Houses You Never Knew About

Would you believe this treehouse was built in just 66 days? It was!

Originally built as a marketing stunt by an directory company, the Yellow Treehouse is now an upmarket function space.

The Yellow Treehouse. Source

The Yellow Treehouse. Source

The Yellow Treehouse. Source

Treehotel, Sweden

This tree hotel is clad entirely in mirrors to reflect its surrounds and make it near-invisible. Amazingly, inside is a living space for two people, including a double bed, bathroom, and a living room.

Treehotel. Source

Treehotel. Source

Treehotel. Source

Air BnB Treehouse, Georgia USA

This fairytale getaway is one of Air BnB’s top rated accommodations, with rave reviews from people all over the world.

Located in intown Atlanta, the treehouse offers romantic getaways that aren’t too far off the beaten track.

© Peter and Katie Bahouth. Source

© Peter and Katie Bahouth. Source

© Peter and Katie Bahouth. Source

Trillium Treehouse, Washington USA

Trillium Treehouse is just one of five treehouses at Treehouse Point near Seattle. The hosts pride themselves on helping people reconnect with nature, so each house is designed with its own unique tree in mind.

Trillium House. Source

Trillium House. Source

Trillium House. Source

Treehouse Djuren, Germany

This German treehouse takes its inspiration from an egg, which is then contrasted against the solidity of the oak patio. The company that built the treehouse, Baumraum, specialise in building adventure areas for children and adults.

Treehouse Djuren. Source

Treehouse Djuren. Source
Source – build.com

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