Quarantiiine, everyone in the treehouse! In times like this, this versatile treetop-bliss is about the best hideout a family can wish for. Three generations are united by this treehouse. With a slide, climbing net, firemans pole and swing it’s bursting with adventure for the little ones.
At the foot of a big fir tree, the grown ups are striding gracefully over a suspension bridge to the lookout platform. From there a ladder guides them through a door in the floor to the upper platform and into the house. Inside, the parents and grandparents tell each other the finest nonsense with cream on top, while outside the kids are having the most wonderful jabberwocky.
The day passes. The hard core stays, making themselves comfortable in the sleeping nook with pull out bed. Being well insulated, the treehouse stays play- and sleepable all year long. By using live-edge larch wood outside and antique spruce boards for the inside, the refuge not only feels hospitable but also looks that way. Red-Cedar shingles on the roof provide for the woody fragrance.
A treehouse holding the whole family together. Comes rain or shine.