Three Treehouses You'll Want to Live In

Step inside these over-the-top spaces featured in DIY Network's The Treehouse Guys. Travel to Florida, California and Hawaii and imagine you live among the trees.

Photo By: Daniel Schmidt

Photo By: Daniel Schmidt

Photo By: Daniel Schmidt

Photo By: Daniel Schmidt

Photo By: Daniel Schmidt

Photo By: Daniel Schmidt

Monkeying Around

Treehouse designer, B'fer Roth, and his crew of pros known as "The Treehouse Guys," designed this incredible 220 square-foot, two-level treehouse in an enormous monkeypod tree located off Oahu, Hawaii's breathtaking Kaneohe Bay.

Tropical Paradise

Oahu's top interior designers were enlisted to fill this open-aired treehouse with coastal luxuries. Guests can lounge in the chic hanging chair, curl up on the relaxing daybed or climb the simple rope ladder to a bonus loft that offers stunning ocean views. 

Eco-Chic

The treehouse, built entirely from recycled lumber, features a cupola loft that increases air circulation and adds coastal style.

Outdoor Oasis

In this serene outdoor space, vintage yellow chairs offer a bright contrast to the wood loveseat custom-made by treehouse designer, B'fer Roth. 

Hang Ten

Catering to the clients' two young children, the treehouse also features a 100-foot zipline that stretches from the bottom deck to another tree on the edge of the property.

Bird's-Eye View

Wood ladders handmade by local Hawaiian craftsmen take guests 35 feet above the ground to an incredible vantage point where they can watch the gorgeous Oahu sunset. 

Cabin Retreat

With live edge wood siding and walls and windows built at odd angles, this 420 square-foot Florida sweetgum treehouse looks right at home in its rustic surroundings. 

Glamping House

This treehouse is the ultimate glamping- a.k.a. "glamorous camping"- retreat. The living area features all repurposed decor such as a coffee table made from dirt bike tires and a glass bottle chandelier. A hand-distressed barn door slides open to reveal the treehouse's full bath.

Handmade Amenities

Made up of a series of Flemish splices, this giant cargo net hammock was hand-woven by The Treehouse Guys as a surprise for their clients.

Southern Porch Sitting

The spacious front porch is a serene outdoor spot that allows guests to relax and enjoy nature from 14 feet off the ground. 

Rustic Yet Modern

This 460 square-foot treehouse in Portola Valley, California was built to match the owners' rustic Mid-century modern home. Curvy tree trunk support beams and wooden shingles of varying colors and size give the structure a funky aesthetic.

Extra Square Footage

The cozy treehouse lounge gives a growing family some much needed room. Mid-century modern furnishings complement the aesthetics of the main house and create a chic and inviting space for guests to enjoy.

Mid-Century Design

The living room features handcrafted oak window moldings, hardwood floors and a fun ship's ladder that leads to the upstairs loft space. The exposed ceiling beams were toasted to give the wood a rich, natural look and boost its fire-resistance. 

Multi-Purpose Loft

A convertible sofa allows this treehouse loft to be used as a craft room for mom or a fun sleepover space for the family's three kids.

Outdoor Entertainment

Built for entertaining, the spacious deck includes a wine rack and comfy outdoor furniture ideal for hosting parties underneath the stars.