When we combine these philosophies we get a modern version of a treehouse – a beautiful house among the trees that can serve as a permanent residence or your favorite vacation spot. Check out some of the most down below!
A smart blend of contrasting finishes that include copper stone terrazzo and beeswax plaster create a fun interior where artwork and accessories add bright and vivacious color.
The is another case in the point with Kennedy Nolan giving this post-war home a spacious rear extension and a rejuvenated interior. Cheerful bright and modern it is modernism with innate sense of minimalism that reigns supreme inside this altered Aussie home!
Exposed brick wall in the backdrop an open self with steel frame and wooden planks along with the general ambiance of the kitchen give it a smart industrial look. The rounded island edge offers safety in a high-traffic area while the white worktop combined with dark island and bar stools paints a picture of captivating contrasts.
A fully wooden cabin is lovely and traditional but it can become a monotonous sight if all sides of the house are exactly the same and there is no variety. Big windows are an important piece to include into the design as they will create not only an illuminated interior but also an innovative exterior!
The rosy roof of this log cabin goes amazingly with the gentle look of the light wood. The entire setting feels very coherent and serene perhaps due to the rocking chairs and the swing on the cabin’s deck.
Some treehouses are buried deep within a forest or set up high above the ground blending in with the trees and offering an amazing view of everything around it as well as a lot of privacy! This stunning treehouse bungalow offers an incredible view from just above the treetops and is considered a dream vacation place for anyone who loves the sight of a beautiful landscape.