All my life I've dreamed of having a tree house in my own backyard. Growing up in New Mexico, though, puts a little damper in those dreams because a tree house really can't be built in a tumbleweed.
As an adult, I still find myself searching for tree houses in backyard during our walks and I've asked John to promise to build
our kids one someday. Here are some plans I'm keeping tucked away for future use.
If John built me something like this, it would be an adult only tree house. Inside I'd keep a couch, books, and fairy lights.
Would we even need a house if we had this amazing tree house? I think not!
The perfect childhood tree house.
I love this little tree house in the garden. So flowery, cozy, and colorful.
This is a rustic little house - I'd trade the stairs for a ladder and tins connected by string for communicating.
This is just the perfect house - in the trees, river view, windows galore. I'd move my family there in a heartbeat!
This is the ultimate kid's dream. Multi-levels and toms of ladders. There's even a lookout!
The best way to outfit a treehouse is with a hammock and a book. Maybe some cookies thrown in for good measure.
I only wish I lived in this treehouse. Hold on, I have to show this to John and get his commitment he'll build it for me.
Those are AMAZING!! Good grief...I want one!
Amazing tree houses... I've alway wanted one myself... or if no tree is available possibly a yurt.
Makes me want to get a good book and disappear into one of those! Isn't Pinterest awesome?? I just discovered it..and its slightly addicting
These are magic! :)
I found a tree house restaurant in New Zealand. If I end up studying there, Mom is coming to visit me just so we can go there! You should join!
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