111 most incredible kids tree house Contemporary Home Design Photos

Sutton Suzuki Architects
5 Reviews
WYboy Ranch
Ideabooks3,264
Questions4
what kind of tree is this?
What type of tree was used on this property?
Hi there, That tree is a Blue Oak. She does cast some beautiful shadows.
Outside dining - shade tree and a view
The incredible scenery. Dining al fresco!
Potential for the space on the water side of the porch between house and garage
It is the most pleasant view I have ever seen, I could have my coffee there forever, and enjoy every drop.
Open up views. Thoughtful pruning or editing can make room for a beautiful distant scene. Instead of cutting down a large tree that may be obstructing your view, invest
can be abstract or real, so in the latter case, the selection of new trees and use of existing ones are important. This lovely tree anchors a patio and one corner of a ranch outside San Francisco. The view is tremendous, but the tree helps to shelter and frame it, scaling down the immensity of the sky
“Outside dining - shade tree and a view” — table242
V.I.Photography & Design
4 Reviews
outdoor living
Ideabooks9,682
Questions4
How do I train a tree to do this? What kind of trees can I use in zone 8 or 9?
incredible use of trees and stones for kids
Basketball court - side of house?
the dead tree stump and roots.
Much prettier than other kids outdoor play
Cool kids play area backyard
So cool for the kids!
DO WITH A DOWNED TREE!!!! WOW....WOW....WOE
kid fantasy backyard
great setup for the kids
Fake tree playground
Training trees...tree trunks...Backyard for kids...Concrete trees...tree swing set...kids playground2...Kid's backyard
“skate ramp/basketball - love this” — gliu8808
Lauren Hufnagl
Violet's Nursery
Ideabooks14,934
Questions7
Hi - is the tree a decal? If so, where did you purchase it? Thank you!
No - I painted it by hand. Etsy has a lot of great tree decals though!
convertible versions that change from a crib to a toddler bed to a full size bed. Most of them look awkward in their non-crib forms. They are more expensive than the basic crib models offered by Ikea, Land of Nod or Pottery Barn Kids or Craigslist. And, realistically, by the time your child is ready for their
white tree pale blue wall baby
Here, a large mural is the perfect solution. More inspiration for kids' rooms: 15 Ideas for Your Baby's Nursery Kids' Rooms: I'm a Big Boy Now Get This Look: Colorful, Classy Nursery
This room is located at the top of Hufnagl's house. The sloping lines of the roof prevented her from hanging wall art
“Grey/blue color” — sheryl_lu
John Bentley
Private home
Ideabooks15,396
Questions10
Can someone tell me what trees were used along the fence for privacy?
i like this backyard because this is what most people have and we need to see more ideas for this kind of space. it's more practical for the needs of ordinary people looking for solutions. i wonder
what are the trees along the fence? Italian Cypress? Thanks!
will the trees get? I would love to get some to plant along a fence to block out the road that I can see.
Thanks for responding. Your yard looks amazing. We just bought a house with a lot size of 75x124 so this makes me feel pretty good about it. Thanks again!
this is actually my house and was
what kind of trees are those on the left acting as fences?
what kind of trees you have against the fence?
“backyard” — micheleburke
AMS Landscape Design Studios, Inc.
4 Reviews
AMS Landscape Design Studios
Ideabooks1,546
Questions2
I love the walk part is a most in my house. .... if we clear the back yard n put this walk part then green grass....
aloe barbera tree - Dr Sues Tree
aloe barberae( tree aloe)
aloe barbarea - tree
Pool designed around tree
Cactus tree next to pool
Pool, palm tree...love this tree...Incredible look...the tree!...Tree in pool...Dr Seuss tree...(tree aloe)
“Want this pool” — bellamom
Tamara H Design
4 Reviews
Portfolio
Ideabooks80,271
Questions21
I like the sleeper sofa for a kids bedroom. Where can I find this one?
My daughter has been dreaming about having a room with a wall with trees on it (like a forest) and I almost clicked away from this pic when I noticed that wall. I think this is exactly what she has been dreaming of. How
area. This is a tiny guest house that is only 10 x 12 feet, but we have managed to figure out the bathroom, and kitchen with no problem. I do not want a second floor loft and your design, proportionally reduced, should work well. Again, many thanks.
Hello again: It mostly depends on your "user" -
What a fabulous design! How fun for the kids!!
Thank you for the comment and I'm glad you liked it! I find it very rewarding and fun to design spaces for kids.
“for bunk beds” — Josh Smith
C.O.S Design
5 Reviews
Naroon Road
Ideabooks2,589
Questions2
How do you deal with rain water with the deck so At the same grade as the house?
to fall to the ground. Regulations are very different for decks rather than paving which allows you to have a level floor and a better finish. The house also isn't in a flood area.
House opens to the deck with an above-ground pool and fire pit.
Cutout for tree, elevations, mixed materials
The way the tree is surrounded by some shade loving
tree in courtyard and indoor outdoor areas
How the deck merges with the house
Flooring around tree and overall look and design of the backyard
How the deck meets the house.
friends could gather, eat and feel relaxed,” Emma says. A growing family also drove the design. With three kids ages 14, 12 and 10, they wanted a space “that was inviting to teenagers, so that our kids would have more excuses to hang out at home with their friends,” she recalls.
“Tree around deck” — tonka45
The Garden Consultants, Inc.
Drifts of naturalistic plantings
Ideabooks4,409
Questions4
what kind of tree is to the right?
WHAT TYPE OF TREE? Create a habitat. What should you be looking for in a suitable tree to promote wildlife habitat? First
House in field shapes and textures
Create a habitat. What should you be looking for in a suitable tree to promote wildlife habitat? First
celebrate Arbor Day than by planting a tree in your garden or on a neighborhood street? Trees help mitigate heat-island effects by providing shade for streets and parking areas, add to the value of a property, provide habitat, cool the air and absorb carbon dioxide. Of course, they also provide beauty and
help mark the seasons. Knowing your site will help you decide if you can plant a small tree, such as a dogwood, redbud or hawthorne, or if your yard can accommodate a large oak, pine or pecan. The function of the tree is also important to consider: Will it be multifunctional by providing screening, shade
“Good for wild areas” — devonienne
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