Treehouses and houses in trees ranging from faerie fantasy to smooth and futuristic #Home#treehouse#trees#weird houses Updated Oct 12 2015 (Posted Oct 10 2011) Offbeat Editors Check out the ultra-modern Italian treehouse ready for your next vacay. Sometimes treehouses are so chock-full of crazy amazing design and weird home goodness that I know we all just need to take a few minutes to admire them and their curators. Let's look at some of the treehouses we've featured on Offbeat Home… Visit the lakeside tree house built by Roderick Romero Studios. See a whole lot of ultra-natural, high-design treehouses from around the world. Take a home tour of Rick and Annie's handbuilt treehouse in Australia. Corbin — of the zipline wedding from Offbeat Bride — built and lived in two treehouses — take a break to stroll through them. Speaking of Offbeat Bride, let's talk about getting married in a tree house. Am I the only one thinking about building a fort in my trees now? If you know of more treehouses perfect for Offbeat Home, send 'em our way! PREVIOUS A moth-inspired bed NEXT The (unnecessary) stress of picking preschools Show/Hide comments [ 9 ] In Cataluya (Spain) there's also a hotel with beautiful tree huts to stay in: http://www.cabanesalsarbres.com/en I've been wanting to go there since I saw it on TV, hope I can some day! You have to book quite a lot of time in advance, though. I've always loved the idea of living in a tree house, but I would constantly be worrying about the tree breaking, growing, rotting, etc. These are all very beautiful though 🙂 We stayed in the one pictured from Treehouse Point when my sister-in-law got married there! It was absolutely darling inside – a big queen bed on a laddered loft above (with space for the baby portacrib next to it), lovely sitting area down below. A++, would stay again! My favorite treehouse isn't a residence, but it's awesome (bonus for mobility-challenged Offbeaters: it's even wheelchair accessible). http://www.alnwickgarden.com/thegarden/the-treehouse The pictures don't do it justice. It's like Disney's Swiss Family Robinson treehouse blown up to 6,000 square feet, with a bit of a hobbit/fairy aesthetic, that just happens to house a restaurant. I would have gone for the castle alone, but that is the icing on the cake! Thanks for the link! Am I the only one who the pictures don't come up for? 🙁 Is there something I need to do to see amazing treehouse goodness? You're not the only one, and we're trying to troubleshoot the issue. Can you tell me: * What browser/operating system you're using? * If you use ad blockers? * If you can see the images if you disable the ad blockers? The images are all served by Pinterest, so I'm not sure why they're not showing up for some people — but you're definitely not the only one! AAAAAHHHHHHHH!!! waaanttt!!!!! this. is. so. cool The first tree house of this post most charming to me. Thanks for such an awesome post. Comments are closed.