As seen on the DIY Network orginal series, The Treehouse Guys, this Florida treehouse is a rustic and elegant lakeside getaway. The exposed ceiling beams are made from real tree limbs to complement the live sweet gum tree around which the structure is built. Continuing the rustic aesthetic, all of the room's furniture was made from repurposed materials.
As seen on the DIY Network orginal series, The Treehouse Guys, the walls and windows of this Florida treehouse were built at odd and varying angles to give the structure a fun, eclectic look. The home's live edge wood siding was sourced from local trees, making it look right at home in its rustic surroundings.
As seen on season 1 of The Treehouse Guys, this cozy lounge, which sits on the first level of a two-story treehouse, features handcrafted oak window moldings, hardwood floors and chic mid-century modern furnishings. The exposed ceiling beams were toasted for a rich, natural aesthetic and a fun ship's ladder connects to the upstairs loft space.
As seen on season 1 of The Treehouse Guys, this cozy treehouse lounge gives a growing California family some much needed extra square footage. The living area's mid-century modern design complements the aesthetics of the main house and creates a chic and inviting space for guests to enjoy.
As seen on season 1 of The Treehouse Guys, the main floor of this Oahu Hawaii treehouse is filled with coastal luxuries. Guests can relax in the chic hanging chair or day bed or climb up the rope ladder to the loft for gorgeous views of the coast.