Crystal River Tree house: A Rustic Loft Perched Above an Icy Colorado River. David Rasmussen, treehouse expert, designed and built this “treehouse” with log columns as the main support, since the trees on the property are not strong enough to build on.
This picture represents being a Transcendentalist because one way you can be one is to live in nature and be one with nature, and whoever lives here is definitely doing that. This place looks like a very nice place to live to appreciate nature everyday.
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Perfect backyard playhouses Oh, The Places You'll Go! Part playhouse, part children's book fantasy, a treehouse gets dressed up with whimsical details. In place of a standard stairs or ladder, the design integrates an old tree trunk as a "first floor.
BROOKLYN TREEHOUSE - Can you believe it? It’s a real life treehouse… in Brooklyn! Pratt Institute graduate, Alexandra Meyn, built a treehouse behind her apartment building in Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn.