Treehouses have been our weakness here at Home Harmonizing. We have been really fascinated with these abodes on tress. While, most rousing treehouses we’ve seen here, are created for off-grid dwelling, this one dubbed Colorado Treehouse designed by architect Missy Brown was designed primarily as a unique and rustic setting for hosting lunch and dinner parties.
But as it turned out, this couldn’t just remain as a cool spot for parties, it’s now good enough to accommodate a single family.
Set up in a woody part of Vail, Colorado, this exclusive retreat can be accessed via spiral staircase. The treehouse can be used around the year for a variety of activities, thanks to its location and architectural intelligence.
The treehouse is equipped with a kitchenette, small dining area, a small bedroom and an electric baseboard. But the real attraction is the rooftop patio that can be used for a host of activities.
Adding more to the interiors, the Colorado Treehouse is furnished with a work desk and couch. If you want a quiet spot to read or relax and a unique place to enjoy with your family, then get inspired and get down to build a treehouse of your own. When you have one ready, leave us the details of your creation below.