If you haven’t heard (where have you been?), HGTV Gardens launched yesterday with a new website. It’s all anyone in the office can talk about (it’s that good!). And so, I’ve been flipping through the site all morning — and look what I’ve come across. This three-room treehouse strung together with wooden bridges is a secret hideaway in the middle of Atlanta’s Buckhead neighborhood. Fascinating, right?
It sort of reminds me of the hugely popular Hobbit Houses post I did back in December.
A House on High: Image courtesy of Ben Rollins
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Have $20,000 laying around? If so, this Hammacher Schlemmer tree house would make for a great back-to-school gift for your kids. Since it’s such a large purchase, maybe you could just save it for Christmas?
Do I have you yelling, “Yeah, right!” yet?
OK OK, calm down. Perhaps this is a fantasy purchase for most parents, but still — it’s pretty amazing. Can you even imagine how your little tykes would react to something like this?
Tree houses have grown up since I was a kid.
Soneva Kiri Eco Resort, located on the Thai island of Kood, has taken outdoor dining to new heights. Made from a rigid frame and wrapped in woven rattan by local craftsmen, their Tree Pods offer an unparalleled experience at this exotic getaway.
Waiter, I’ll have what she’s having.