Skis appropriate decorate the bedroom wall of this "Aprese Ski-House Treehouse," which was featured on the Animal Planet show "Treehouse Masters." Stairs lead to a sleeping loft, and a petite kitchen area includes a sink and coffee bar. The treehouse is part of a 10-acre luxury estate in Washington.
Camping doesn't have to be outdoors when you have a loft bed like this! The navy blue paint, camp-style striped blanket, rustic "No girls allowed" sign, and cardboard moose head add modern whimsy to this big boy bedroom.
This dreamy master suite has the feeling of a treehouse with windows on three sides looking out into leafy green. The star of the space is the handmade canopy bed with a bleached Western maple headboard and footboard and a white oak frame.
This kid's bedroom, from HGTV Green Home 2102, features twin beds dressed in green and white organic cotton linens. A layering of textures and fabric patterns, like the zigzag headboards, suits both children and discriminating house guests. A cozy loft is situated above the beds; a wooden ladder provides a treehouse-like entrance, while a clever bucket and pulley system keeps the space stocked with treats and supplies.
As a clever nod to their treehouse style, each one of the three Snow Bear Chalets is named after an indigenous species of tree. The Tamarack boasts two bedrooms and was constructed by the same company that built the HGTV Dream Home 2019. FUN FACT: The tamarack tree looks a lot like a Christmas tree, but it’s 40-feet tall, sheds its needles and thrives on steep slopes!