These Gorgeous and Grown-Up Tree Houses Aren’t For Kids
Remember the days that you had to climb up a tree just to sit in a tiny room and wonder how to safely get down again? Those times are long gone, since these grown-up tree houses are the hideaway digs that you’ve been waiting for.
If you can’t plant a tree today on Arbor Day, check out these five tree houses that have steps, views and electricity to make a cozy dinner for two:
Why We Love It: This hideaway hotel in Peru sits 90 feet above the floor of the Amazon jungle and has suspended walkways that connect between six trees.
Why We Love It: Architect Missy Brown’s Vail, Colorado, tree house includes heat, electricity, a kitchen and two outdoor terraces.
Why We Love It: Named the Crystal River Tree House, this Carbondale, Colorado, abode is half charming and half Tim Burton-esque, but is 100 percent the perfect place to curl up with a glass of wine.
Why We Love It: You’d never guess it, but this treehouse escape is located just 30 minutes from Seattle.
Why We Love It: A mirrored cube room seemingly suspended within a Swedish forest? We really can’t think of anything cooler.