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Treehouse Masters Season 4: Hemlock Hideaway

This arboreal bedroom retreat is complete with an ample deck, copper roof, retractable window wall, and crow's nest.


Treehouse Masters Season 4, Episode 4: Beehive Treehouse

The Beehive Treehouse in Washington State is one of our all-time favorites. This project gave us a unique opportunity to design and build much of the structure onsite in an organic and spontaneous way.


#treehousefriday: Treetop Candy Kitchen

It was a treat to build this treehouse in California! This treetop candy kitchen also makes for the perfect place for R&R with two decks, high ceilings, a loft, bathroom, wine bar, and expansive windows. A long barrel-tress roof rounds out the structure and provides plenty of space for the whole family. Read on for the full photo tour...


#treehousefriday: Ultimate Giveaway Treehouse

Surrounded by a rhododendron forest and perched in eastern hemlocks, this treehouse stands out with its Chippendale-inspired handrails. With its wraparound deck, dreamy outdoor shower, lounge, wood stove, and loft, this treehouse is built for relaxation. Read on for the full photo tour...


#treehousefriday: Kentucky Climber's Cottage

There’s no better place to learn arboreal climbing techniques than up in this treehouse! Seventeen-foot-high timber-framed ceilings are strong enough to hold multiple people in harnesses, and provide ample space for scaling ropes. Read on for the full photo tour of this treetop climbing classroom...


#treehousefriday: Sky Pirate Hideout

Yo-ho, yo-ho the treehouse life for me! This pirate-themed treehouse is the swashbuckler’s ultimate secret lair with its bouncy suspension bridge, radiant floor heating, game lounge, bar, bedroom loft, and secret compartments to stash booty. Captain Pete and his mateys had th' best time building this pearl of the forest! Read on for photos and details...